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Share Price as of: 2019-03-25 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1BA1000003
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Information Technology / Semiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment / Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment

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Ernest Lim's Investing Blog
2019-02-21 14:22:17
Hi-P – Chart looks interesting with rising ADX, amid positively placed DI (21 Feb 19)
This week, Hi-P caught my attention due to its chart. It last trades at $0.990. Day range 0.985 – 1.00. Let’s take a look. Basis below 1.Chart looks interesting with rising ADX, amid positively placed DI Hi-P has been trading in a tight range $0.885 – 0.960 since 8 Jan 2019 and broke out with strong volume on 11 Feb 2019. ADX has been rising to trade 31.6 amid positively placed DI, indicative of a trend. RSI last trades 57.9. Today is T+8 of 11 Feb upmove. There has been some price weakness on 15 & 18 Feb as I think some contra players exited their positions. Share price has consolidated for 8 trading days. Short term exponential moving averages (e.g. 20D, 50D and 100D EMA) are trending higher with golden cross formations. Long term moving averages such as 200D SMA and 200D E
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Jeremy Chia
2019-01-29 12:20:50
How Does Grand Venture Technology Compare with Other Semiconductor Companies Listed in Singapore? this week, Grand Venture Technology (SGX: JLB), a Singapore-based manufacturing and industrial services provider, made its debut on the Singapore stock market. The company joins seven other companies on the Singapore stock market that have business within the semiconductor equipment industry. In total, these stocks have a combined market capitalisation of S$1.
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Jeremy Chia
2019-01-11 08:03:38
2 Bargain Singapore Shares To Buy In January
Thanks to a correction that began in February last year, the stock market now offers plenty of attractively-priced stocks. It is, therefore, a great time for bargain hunters to start accumulating shares of hammered down companies. With that in mind, here is a quick look at two stocks in Singapore that I believe are in bargain territory. Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp Limited (SGX: O39) Singapore-based OCBC was formed in 1932 through the merger of three local banks. Since then, the company has grown to become one of the biggest local banks, with operations in 18 countries and regions. In the past decade, OCBC’s business has grown from strength to strength. Its total income reached S$9.64 billion in 2017, compared to S$3.84 billion in 2006. During that time, its book value per share has
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Chong Ser Jing
2019-01-08 07:20:41
The 30 Best Shares In Singapore For 2019
In January 2015, I published an article titled The Best Shares in Singapore’s Stock Market that marked the start of a real-time experiment I’m conducting on Singapore’s stock market to find out if the Magic Formula investing strategy works. The strategy was developed by investor Joel Greenblatt, who generated an astounding annual return of 50% from 1985 to 1994 according to The New York Times. In his 2005 book The Little Book That Beats The Market, Greenblatt shared the Magic Formula and his studies on it. You can find a detailed description of the investing strategy in The Best Shares in Singapore’s Stock Market, so I won’t repeat myself here. But one thing worth noting is that Greenblatt’s investing method requires a yearly refresh to find a new list of shares to build a port
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Chong Ser Jing
2019-01-08 07:17:40
Singapore’s Best Shares For 2019: How Cheap And Good Are They?
Yesterday, I published an article titled The 30 Best Shares In Singapore For 2019. The article is part of a real-time experiment on Singapore’s stock market I started running in January 2015 to see whether the Magic Formula investing strategy works in our Garden City. The investing strategy was developed by investor Joel Greenblatt and he described it in his 2005 book, The Little Book That Beats The Market. In my article yesterday, I listed the 30 Singapore-listed shares that had the best scores at the start of 2019 according to the Magic Formula. The top five were: 1. Noble Group Limited (SGX: CGP) 2. Lung Kee Bermuda (SGX: L09) (SEHK: 255) 3. China Sunsine Chemical Holdings Ltd (SGX: CH8) 4. AEM Holdings Ltd (SGX: AWX) 5. Aspen (Group) Holdings Ltd (SGX: 1F3) The whole idea behind
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Jeremy Chia
2018-12-17 11:52:58
These 3 Stocks Have Great Financials (Low Debt, High Revenue Growth, Healthy ROE, And A Low Valuation)
I recently built a simple stock screen with four criteria: 1. 5-year revenue growth above 10% 2. Debt-to-equity ratio below 15% 3. Return on equity (ROE) above 15% 4. Price-to-earnings (PE) ratio below 10 The purpose of my screen is to look for cheap stocks with great financials. Interestingly, only three stocks made the cut based on my screening criteria. Company No.1 Regular readers of this site would be familiar with AEM Holdings Ltd  (SGX: AWX). The company produces test handler systems for the production of semiconductors. Back in 2015, AEM co-developed a new test handler system and its revenue has since soared. In 2017, AEM’s revenue and profit spiked by 216% and 576%, respectively, causing its share price to jump by nearly 450% in that year. In the first nine months of 2018,
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Sudhan P.
2018-12-04 11:14:11
30 Singapore Shares That Could Go on to Crush the Market in December 2018 and Beyond
The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) has rallied 2.1% as of the time of writing today. The spike comes after US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed to a truce on the trade war over dinner on Saturday after the G20 summit. If you are wondering what stocks you should consider for your portfolio amid the rally, you have to look no further. Using data from S&P Global Market Intelligence and the Magic Formula investing strategy developed by investor Joel Greenblatt, I found some of the best Singapore-listed stocks for December that could go on to do well. The basic premise of the Magic Formula is to find the 30 best shares in the market as ranked by their cheapness and their quality, and to hold on to that basket shares for a year before repeating the ranking proc

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