SGX Listed Stock


SGD 6.730
-0.260 / -3.72%
Share Price as of: 2018-04-20 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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Singapore Stock Trading Insights | Joey Choy
Trading Impossible | Joey Choy
2018-04-06 10:20:04
AEM: Selling down after the exit signal, System revealed... Price 5.95. Now what?
Following up from previous blog post 2 weeks back on AEM >> was mentioned that we did had a bullish entry signal for it in on 20 Feb 2018.... but then there were no exits yet...But finally after a month, we have recently seen the BULLISH EXIT signal in AEM.....And then there were some selling taking place again when the market started to weaken too... due to a concerns of a ongoing trade war between US and China...See what i mean below....So we were looking at a 20.8% GAIN IN 1 month from the previous entry and exit signal.... But more importantly....Thankfully, we got the exit signal that has got us prepared to take some money of the table and protect our profits... and down it we
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2018-04-06 09:37:15
3 Things You Need to Know About the Singapore Stock Market Today
Hi, everyone. Here are three things about the local stock market that you might be interested in today. 1. The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) ended Thursday at 3,405.7, rising close to 2% or 66 points. Of the 30 index components, 26 were in the green, with Genting Singapore PLC (SGX: G13) leading the pack. The casino operator saw its shares rise 4.9% to S$1.08. On the other hand, the biggest loser of the index was Hongkong Land Holdings Limited (SGX: H78); its shares slumped 0.9% to US$6.89. In all, three blue-chip stocks ended the day in the red while Golden Agri-Resources Ltd (SGX: E5H) finished flat. 2. Elsewhere, AEM Holdings Ltd (SGX: AWX) saw its shares surge some 10% to S$5.86. During the market’s midday break today, the company announced that as at 1 April 2018, it had receive
Stock Market Best-Kept Secrets
Ronald K
2018-04-04 20:04:26
AEM, Hi-P - Shorting Tech Stocks
Everything started to tumble today and many stocks went way below their support with tremendous amount of selling. The tech stocks had been battered down hard recently and nothing seemed to recover. Shorted Hi-P and AEM with almost $12,000 profits today and both shattered down with heavy selling and tanked profusely with no buyers at all. Covered shorts intraday and made some good profits for the day. I am bearish on the market but I am alert a technical rebound will happen soon. The timing for this rebound is crucial.Ronald K - Market Psychologist - A Stock Market Opportunist
2018-03-30 22:11:27
2018 Q1 SGX Top 50 Share Price Gainers
2018 Q1 SGX Top 50 Share Price Gainers We identified SGX top 50 share price gainers for 2018 Q1 by comparing the last traded price as of yesterday versus their 2017 year-end closing price. Infinio Group (5G4.SI) topped the list with 600% price gain in the past 3 months, followed by ~450% price gain of Creative Technology (C76.SI). AEM Holdings (AWX.SI), Far East Group (5TJ.SI), Delong Holdings (BQO.SI), Samurai 2K (LC3.SI), Venture Corp (V03.SI), Hi-P International (H17.SI) are among the 2017 Top 50 Share Price Gainers that continued to outperform during 2018 Q1. Among the outperformed stocks are also companies who had their IPO in 2017, including Y Venture (1F1.SI, July 2017), APAC Realty (CLN.SI, Sept 2017) , Clearbridge Healthcare (1H3.SI, Dec 2017), Samurai 2K (LC3.SI, Jan 2017). C
Singapore Stock Trading Insights | Joey Choy
Trading Impossible | Joey Choy
2018-03-21 09:59:51
AEM: Back to 7.00 support after run... System says? Price 7.25
Over the past week, we have seen AEM hit a high of 7.77 before some profit taking..Has kind of broke below the 7.50 support over the past few days and back to 7.00 where buyers are returning…Was looking at the PTI system which has actually given us the bullish signal since the beginning of the year to see what it says…See what I see below…After the 53.1% gain in 3 weeks for the bullish signal in Jan 2018….For the most recent bullish signal on 20 Feb 2018, are we getting any exits yet?Can there be more upside further?Come to a FREE upcoming Workshop to find out more and more importantly…Discover also how you can have an opportunity to gain Exclusive access to this SYSTEM which CAN tell you NOT ONLY what stocks to focus on, BUT ALSO when to get in and out…Secure your seat now
Lim Si Jie
2018-03-20 15:20:34
5 Alpha Picks Following 4Q17 Results
The 4Q17 earnings season ended two weeks ago with largely uninspiring results.  According to CIMB, companies missing the mark outweighed those that beat expectations by 15 to seven. Sectors like shipyards, aviation and telecommunications showed disappointing results. CIMB: Earnings Starting To Bubble According to CIMB, corporates are still grappling with costs and kitchen-sinking. Noteworthy earnings setback came from all three telcos as the industry continued to be grappled by higher costs. Large caps in the capital goods sector like Keppel Corp, Sembcorp Marine and Sembcorp Industries also used 4Q17 to clean up its books with impairments. Notable Results From 4Q17 That being said, there were still some positive surprises coming from Singapore companies. DBS’s windfall dividend in its
Timothy Ho
2018-03-18 11:08:06
4 Stocks This Week (FTSE ST Fledgling Index) [16 Mar 2018] – Creative Technology, AEM Holdings, Sunnydale Tech, Tianjin Zhong Xin Pharmaceutical
For investors following the Singapore Exchange (SGX), there are a few benchmark indexes that are commonly used as proxies to how well the Singapore stock market is performing. The most popular index is the Straits Times Index (STI), which is made up of 30 of Singapore’s best and biggest companies. As we have written about in the past, the STI is a good place to get started if you want to invest in the SGX. Beyond that, other benchmark indexes include the FTSE ST All-Share Index, which represents the stocks that account for 98% of the market capitalisation on SGX. The FTSE ST All Share index is the aggregation of the FTSE ST Large, Mid and Small Cap indexes. But what about stocks that are too small that they do not even meet the criteria for inclusion in the FTSE ST Small Cap index, and a
Stock Market Best-Kept Secrets
Ronald K
2018-03-06 15:27:56
AEM - A Rising Stock
AEM a stock that I heavily focused in my private event yesterday started to have so much buyers consistently pushing prices higher. It was a strong stock since yesterday and I knew it was about to fly this week. Many of us copied down my watchlist yesterday and today if you trade any one of those, you should be in the $. From the collections to the breakout to the super high volume run up in price, AEM is one stock that never disappoints any traders. Looking for the next opportunities.Ronald K - Market Psychologist - A Stock Market Opportunist
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2018-03-05 17:28:46
Technology Stock Bubble V2.0
Creative Technology (SGX: C76) at one time, was the most expensive stock in Singapore before year 2000 dot com bubble with over $60 per share. After the Sound Blaster technology faded way over the last 2 decades, share price dropped to $1 due to declining earning.   Recently there is an exciting new Super X-Fi technology introduced, potentially could be a reborn for Creative. As a result, share price soars to over $8 currently from low of $1 in just 1 week. Although this is a speculation of new technology which may potentially save the company (similar to the case of Hi-P, nearly bankrupt at one time, now share prices go up with good earning in the last few years), it may not be wise to short at Creative or any technology stock with strong uptrend, despite it is not yet support
Investment Moats
2018-03-04 00:37:39
No One Can Teach You Conviction. You need to Acquire It Yourself
One of the biggest stock disaster for myself in recent memory was my speculation on AEM Holdings. The Semi Conductor Stock did some R&D work with Intel and AEM started producing for Intel with Intel being their big customer. In a lot of ways, AEM sounded like UMS holdings in its infancy stage in 2010-2011 when it carried out the capex which eventually brought online its production to its sole customer Applied Materials. In terms of valuation it was cheap, but I had enough reservations about AEM. For one thing, the people being AEM are private equity. Looking back, AEM is one of those company that provided so much profit guidance prior to results announcement. These guidance let the public know what were the forecast orders going forward for the year versus the past six months, or the p
SGX Research
2018-03-02 11:04:47
SGX Research: STI Led Benchmarks, Technology Led Sectors
For the first two months of 2018, the STI generated a 3.6% total return. This outpaced an average 0.8% gain for the benchmarks of Japan, Hong Kong and Australia. The STI also generated three times the gain of the MSCI AC Asia Pacific Index. Information Technology (IT) was Singapore’s strongest sector over the two months, generating an average 26.4% market cap weighted total return. Of the 10 largest capitalised IT stocks, AEM Holdings, Hi-P International and Venture Corporation were the strongest performers These three stocks all reported triple digit YoY growth in their FY17 net profit. Contract manufacturer and Apple supplier, Hi-P International, is now ranked Singapore’s second largest IT stock by market capitalisation. Institutions were net buyers of the three stocks over the two
Annie Lim
2018-02-27 16:25:40
Three Stocks That Registered Strong Performance This Quarter
As the results for the latest quarter are reported, there are many stocks that performed within expectations. Few managed to impress us with their performance. Below are three stocks that analysts continue to support, with reiterated Buy calls. Far East Hospitality Trust (FEHT) FEHT’s performance was within expectations despite full year’s revenue for FY17 coming down 4.8 percent year on year, ending at $103.8 million. Distribution per unit came down by 9.9 percent to 3.90 Singapore cents. The weaker performance this quarter is likely due to the new competition against FEHT’s Orchard assets and Oasia hotel Novena. As competition intensifies, the challenge to maintain its revenue has steepened and hence the resulted in lower revenue per available room (RevPAR). According to OCBC,
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Alan Luo
2018-02-26 08:58:32
SG Market (26 Feb 18)
MARKET OVERVIEW- The market could continue its uptrend following a positive close on Wall Street last Fri, while investors await a slew of Singapore economic data this week, including Jan industrial production and PMI for Feb.- Technically, the STI is heading towards its near term objective at 3,575 with immediate support at 3,470.CORPORATE RESULTS*Genting Singapore- 4Q17 net profit slid 17% to $132.8m but FY17 earnings of $601m (+78%) came in within expectations.- Revenue for the quarter rose 4% to $580.1m on stronger slot and VIP volumes, despite lower hold rate, as well as improved leisure and hospitality segment, with daily average visitorship growing between 6-9%.- Adjusted EBITDA rose 9% to $255.1m on record low provisions from a more measured credit policy.- However, operating margi
Annie Lim
2018-02-23 10:59:41
Two Electronic Stocks That Investors Should Buy On The Dip
CIMB is back with its Alpha Picks and Strategy, identifying stocks that investors “must-own” as these are great stocks with attractive valuations and strong fundamentals. Recent happenings in the stock market seem to best describe by the word “volatile”. As investors worry over the potential that US Federal Fund would raise interest rates due to higher-than-expected inflation, many have panicked-sell to result in the Dow’s recent plunge. As result, Singapore investors were also spooked as our market corrected about 6.5 percent from the peak of 3,611.69 before it began recovering. However, analysts at CIMB opine that there are more earnings upgrades to be expected from various sectors and the recent sell-off provides investors a chance to accumulate stocks at lower prices.  A
Annie Lim
2018-01-29 14:25:31
Three Stocks Receiving Rating Upgrades Recently
Investors looking for capital gains should take a look at these three stocks that have recently received a lift in their target prices by the various research houses. Clearer signs of profitability ahead have boosted analysts’ confidence, and these stocks have become more attractive. CapitaLand Mall Trust Taking into account its performance for the entire year, the gross revenue of CapitaLand Mall Trust (CMT) came down by 1.1 percent because of the closure of the Funan Mall in Mid-2016. On the other hand, distribution per unit (DPU) increased by 0.4 percent on a year-on-year basis as the CMT opted to increase their payout ratio to 95.8 percent as compared to 92.9 percent in FY16. Moving forward, CMT is likely to go through more volatility in its income as management mentioned that the
(The) Boring Investor
Lee Chin Wai
2017-10-15 22:28:22
The First Class of Minions
3 years ago, I embarked on a new strategy of placing small, speculative bets into loss-making companies with the potential to make a turnaround. That strategy is now affectionately known as the "minion" strategy. The first class of minions is from the semiconductor sector, which has risen strongly this year. Most of the minions have been sold in the last 1 year, and they have graduated with flying colours. The triggering point for initiating this strategy is that I realised that although there were many semiconductor stocks listed on SGX, only 2 made good profits and gave out good dividends. The vast majority were not. See the table below, which is based on the financial results for FY2013, which were the latest available results at the time when I initiated the strategy in Mar 2014. Pleas

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