SGX Listed Stock


SGD 1.580
-0.010 / -0.63%
Share Price as of: 2018-07-23 09:50
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1U89935555
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Telecommunication Services / Telecommunication Services / Wireless Telecommunication Services

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Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2018-07-21 15:14:21
Actions on High Dividend Blue Chip Stocks (Example on Singtel)
The decision to buy high dividend blue chip stocks (eg. 5-6% dividend yield for Singapore Telco and REITs, etc) depends on 3 main strategies which have to be aligned to 3 personalities.   Here is an example of Singtel (SGX: Z74), a strong blue chip in Singapore, current share price at $3.31, falling nearly 25% from $4.30 / share since a few years ago, dividend yield is about 5.3%, Optimism is 28%. Let’s learn to take action (Buy / Hold / Sell / Wait / Shorting) based on different unique personality.   1) Trader for short term capital gains – Singtel share price is still a falling knife (although not as sharp as M1 and Starhub which dropped more than 50% in share prices) in short to medium term stock prices, therefore may not yet a good buy for traders who need
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Lawrence Nga
2018-07-19 12:33:57
Which Singapore Telco Stock Is The Cheapest Right Now?
One of the most hated groups of stocks by the market right now are the telcos. Over the last six months, the three operational telcos in Singapore, Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74), StarHub Ltd (SGX: CC3), and M1 Ltd (SGX: B2F), have all seen their share prices fall hard. Source: S&P Global Market Intelligence Given the fall in the telcos’ stock prices, I thought it will be interesting to look at which of the three has the lowest valuation at the moment. There is no quick answer, but we can still get some insight by comparing the following valuation metrics of the three companies: Their price-to-book (PB) ratios; their price-to-earnings (PE) ratios; and their dividend yields. Here’s a table showing the valuation numbers for Singtel, StarHub, and M1: Source: SGX St
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Sudhan P.
2018-07-17 11:22:30
The More Attractive Telco Dividend Stock: Singapore Telecommunications Limited or M1 Ltd?
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74) and M1 Ltd (SGX: B2F) are two major telecommunications firms operating here. Singtel is the largest of the herd with 49% of the mobile market share in Singapore whereas M1 is the smallest with 24% of the pie. Both Singtel and M1 offer dividend yields that are high and therefore, could make good income stocks. However, which of the two would be a more attractive buy? To help answer that, I will compare the firms’ dividend yields, dividends historical growth rates, and dividend payout ratios. Dividend yield Singtel has a trailing dividend yield of 5.37%, based on the current share price of S$3.26. The dividend yield excludes any special dividend. M1, on the other hand, sports a trailing dividend yield of 6.95%. The yield is based on the curr
A Path to Forever Financial Freedom (3Fs)
2018-07-15 20:40:16
"Jul 18" - SG Transactions & Portfolio Update"
No.  Counters No. of Shares Market Price (SGD) Total Value (SGD) based on market price Allocation % 1. Vicom 27,000 6.20 167,400.00 25.0% 2. Frasers Logistic Trust 126,000 1.06 133,560.00 20.0% 3. M1 75,000 1.61 120,750.00 18.0% 4. Singtel 37,000 3.24 119,880.00 18.0% 5. Far East Hospitality Trust 100,000 0.66   66,000.00 10.0% 6. Starhill Reit 100,000 0.65   65,000.00 10.0% 7. Warchest - -     1,000.00 1.0% Total 673,590.00 100% It's time for another month of updates.Investors Exchange 2018First up, I wanted to update quickly on how the investors exchange talk went yesterday.I thought it was heartening to see so many people turned up and very serious about taking charge of their financ
Lionel Loi
2018-07-15 10:16:42
4 Stocks This Week: (Temasek Holdings) [13 July 2018] Mapletree Logistics Trust, M1, Olam, ST Engineering
On Tuesday, Temasek Holdings published its annual Temasek Review, to report on its financial performance for the year. This was important to Singaporeans, as part of Temasek’s financial returns are channelled to support Singapore’s yearly Budget through the Net Investment Returns Contribution (NIRC) framework. The NIRC accounts for 18% of the 2018 Budget, making it the largest source of government revenue. In June, Azelea Group, a wholly Temasek Holdings unit, introduced the Astrea IV private equity bonds to Singapore’s retail investors. Temasek’s CEO Ho Ching said that the Astrea bonds were a way for investors to boost their retirement income, which sparked great interest amongst many mom-and-pop investors. The Class A-1 bonds, which were reserved for retail investors and ret
T.U.B Investing
The Unique Bunch (T.U.B)
2018-07-08 13:00:01
My 15% Portfolio - Changes After 2 Quarters
It is the time to review "My 15% Portfolio". The previous review in the 1st quarter can be read here.However, do note that despite aiming for a 15% gain this year, the market has not been kind to me. The current change in my portfolio is VERY FAR from it and it will be revealed later on.Do note that this portfolio was inherited from the portfolio at end of 2017 and their respective share price was restarted on 26 Dec 2017.Thus, any gain or losses was just based on the price changes over the last 6 months.Prior to taking a look at the changes in my portfolio, let me emphasize on the following:1. This portfolio review is calculated from 26 Dec 2017 and the aim is to review the total portfolio gain after 1 year.2. The counter's initial share prices are their respective share prices on 26 Dec
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Sudhan P.
2018-07-06 22:55:31
The Weekly Nibble: Stock Market Turmoil
Here are some of the most interesting articles that have appeared on the Motley Fool Singapore’s website this week. Singapore’s Stock Market Correction is Here: What Investors Should Do Now On Thursday (5 July), the Singapore government announced that it is raising the Additional Buyer’s Stamp Duty (ABSD) rates and tightening the Loan-to-Value (LTV) limits for residential property purchases. The measures came into effect yesterday, and with that, the local stock market saw a knee-jerk reaction, falling some 2%. The most affected groups were property and bank stocks. What should investors do now amid the steep fall in share prices? Is it time to sell your stocks? Check out Chin Hui Leong’s article here to get your questions answered. Dial “D” For Dividends The Singapore-listed t
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Lawrence Nga
2018-07-05 09:47:00
2 Reasons To Get Excited About Singapore Telecommunications Limited Now
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74), or Singtel, is one of the three main telcos in Singapore. The other two are M1 Ltd (SGX: B2F) and StarHub Ltd (SGX: CC3). Singapore’s telecom industry has come under significant pressure in the last two years, mainly due to the expected change in competitive dynamics amid the entrance of the fourth player – TPG Telecom. As a result, the incumbents saw both their financial performance and share price weakening in the past two years. Singtel, the biggest among them, was not spared either. In the last 12 months, its share price was down by about 20%. Despite all the negativity out there, there are still good reasons to get excited about the company. Here are two of them. Cheap just got cheaper In a previous article here, I wrote that th
Ernest Lim's Investing Blog
2018-07-04 14:42:41
Singtel hits multi-year low and all time oversold since 2000! (3 Jul 2018)
Singtel closed -$0.03 to $3.02, the lowest close since Jun 2012. Based on Bloomberg, it is trading at approximately 5.9% estimated div yield. Ave analyst target is around $3.92. Hence total potential upside is around 35.7%. What has happened to Singtel which hit multi-year lows despite analysts’ buy calls? Is this a buying opportunity? Or is it a falling knife?   Singtel – takeaways from some analyst reports The recent weakness in Singtel may be attributed to its challenging industry, especially when the industry faces new entrants in both Singapore and Australia. Although Singtel may lack near term catalysts, based on the reports that I have read, many analysts mentioned the following noteworthy points on Singtel for readers to consider: a) Singtel is going to ex div S$0.107 on 26 Ju
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Lawrence Nga
2018-07-02 09:39:22
Institutional Investors Have Been Selling These 3 Stocks
There are many ways to find investment ideas. Some useful ways are to screen for stocks or to look at a list of stocks near their 52-week lows to sieve out potential bargains. Studying what institutional investors have been buying or selling is another avenue. Institutional investors are typically large investment organisations, such as hedge funds, mutual funds, unit trust companies, sovereign wealth funds, insurance companies and so on. These investors tend to possess vastly greater resources than individual investors like you and me when researching stocks. Hence, it may be useful to keep a close eye on what they are doing, as a way to generate ideas. In this article, I will look at three Singapore stocks (among the top ten stocks) that have seen the highest net disposal in dollar value
la papillion
2018-06-21 17:08:18
MyRepublic's Uno plan speed testing
Towards the end of May, I switched my mobile plan from a sim only plan from M1 @ $25 per month to MyRepublic's Uno plan @ $8 per month. This plan suits me to a T, because I don't like having a lot of excess data since I only use only 1 Gb per month working at home. I love the free caller id and best of all, there's this thing called boundless data. The plan gives me 1 Gb but if I exceeded 1 Gb of data in that month, I won't be charged for it. Instead, they will throttle the data speed so that you can do the bare minimum of things. If you want a speed that you don't have to rage, then you just need to top up the data and pay more.The full details of the plan are as follows:MyRepublic Uno plan  - 1Gb data - 1000 min talktime and 1000 sms - boundless data (throttled speed
Timothy Ho
2018-06-18 15:14:08
Astrea IV Allotment: Understanding How IPO Allotment Works
The recent launch of the Astrea IV Class A-1 Bonds to the public was met with strong support from retail investors, with the bonds being 7.4 times subscribed. The unique characteristics offered by the Astrea IV Bonds, coupled with the fact that it’s issued by Azalea Asset Management, a wholly-owned unit of Temasek Holdings, makes it appealing to many investors in Singapore. This led to high demand, and not surprisingly, it was subscribed by 7.4 times. For those who are wondering what this means, it basically meant that while there were S$121 million of the Class A-1 bonds being offered, nearly S$890 million in valid applications were received. When news broke that the Astrea IV Bonds were heavily-subscribed, many first-time Initial Public Offering (IPO) investors found themselves wonderi
T.U.B Investing
The Unique Bunch (T.U.B)
2018-06-17 21:30:01
How Do We Measure A "Moat"?
I believe many of you, similar to me, have your minds on World Cup and your portfolio have taken a back seat.After all, with the trade tariffs news (US and Europe, US and China, US and Canada), Fed rate hikes, and ECB to phase out QE at the end of the year, I have major doubts the share prices will rise back next week.STI have also fallen from 3,385.71, as of 26 Dec 2017, to 3,356.73 as of 15 Jun 2018. This is the first time in 6 months that STI have fallen below the 26 Dec 2017 level.In addition, we are also having the "sell in May and go away till November" effect and most probably the World Cup effect.So in order to sleep well, how should we invest?I always felt investing in fundamentally strong companies that is constantly able to generate good earnings will generally help retail inves
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Lawrence Nga
2018-06-13 12:03:43
These 3 Stocks Are Trading Near Their 52-Week Lows Right Now
I’m a value investor. So, I like to search for companies that are trading at good value. A list of stocks that are near their respective 52-week lows is a good place to start my search for a good reason. These are the stocks that are either neglected or beaten down by investors. And, some of these stocks can be bargains in relation to their actual economic worth because market participants can at times react too negatively to certain companies that have sound long-term prospects but have experienced some short-term stumbles. As such, I will screen for stocks that are trading near 52-week lows nearly once every week. There are many stocks that pop up on my screen each time I run it. So, what are the companies that have shown up on this week’s list? Here are three of them: M1 Ltd (SGX:
A Path to Forever Financial Freedom (3Fs)
2018-06-12 14:21:08
"Jun 18" - SG Transactions & Portfolio Update"
No.  Counters No. of Shares Market Price (SGD) Total Value (SGD) based on market price Allocation % 1. Vicom 27,000 6.05 163,350.00 24.0% 2. Frasers Logistic Trust 126,000 1.05 132,300.00 20.0% 3. M1 75,000 1.68 126,000.00 19.0% 4. Far East Hospitality Trust 125,000 0.65   81,250.00 12.0% 5. Ho Bee Land 30,000 2.45   73,500.00 11.0% 6. Starhill Reit 100,000 0.68   68,000.00 10.0% 7. Singtel 8,000 3.24   25,920.00 4.0% 8. Warchest - -     1,000.00 1.0% Total 671,320.00 100% It is time for another update for the month as we move towards the half year mark, a half-time update to reflect upon how we did in our portfolio.I'm currently on a 2 weeks break away from work to spe
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Lawrence Nga
2018-06-08 11:08:01
3 Reasons Why Investors May Want To Consider Investing In Singapore Telecommunications Limited Now
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74) is one of the most recognisable companies in Singapore, given that it’s the largest telco in our local market. Over the past two years or so, the incumbents in Singapore’s telco market – besides Singtel, there are two others in StarHub Ltd (SGX: CC3) and M1 Ltd (SGX: B2F) – have seen their businesses come under pressure due to competition from communication apps and streaming services. And that’s before they have to contend with the entrance of a fourth telco. In December 2016, the Australia-based TPG Telecom won the bid for Singapore’s fourth telco license. TPG Telecom is expected to launch its mobile service in Singapore in the second half of this year. As a result, the stock prices of the incumbents have weakened over the
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Lee Chin Wai
2018-05-27 21:24:44
Possibly The Worst Time to Invest – 4 Years On
This once-a-year post probably sounds like a broken record, but 4 years after I thought it was a bad time to invest (due to record high Dow Jones Industrial Average and record low interest rates then), the DJIA has not crashed yet, despite a series of corrections along the way, with the most recent one in Feb. I have 2 passive portfolios invested in index funds and adopting the portfolio rebalancing strategy. The plain vanilla portfolio has 70% in global equities and 30% in global bonds since Dec 2013, while the spicy portfolio has 70% in US equities and 30% in Asian bonds progressively built up over 2015. To-date, the plain vanilla portfolio is up by 31.4% while the spicy portfolio is up by 24.2% since they were started approximately 4.5 years and 2.5 years ago. Needlessly to say, ha
2018-05-25 09:28:58
Alternative and Infrastructure asset news (10 to 23 May)
The following is a collection of alternative and infrastructure asset news gathered by the research team from ARA. Here is the full mailer from the fund manager. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The clouds gathering around China’s Belt and Road 16/5/2018 China’s President Xi Jinping promises that his Belt and Road Initiative, a sweeping vision to put China at the center of the global economy through new infrastructure, trade deals and other connections, was a “plan in the sunshine.” But make no mistake, the BRI’s outlook is darkening. Critics — including some of Beijing’s actual and potential partners — are raising concerns about transparency, debt sustainability and usefulness, as well as questioning China’s und
The Fifth Person
The Fifth Person
2018-05-23 09:32:45
An open letter to our readers who want to win the game of stocks
Over the years, we’ve written articles on some of our favourite stocks in Asia and the U.S., and why we thought they were great investments at that point in time. Here are some of them. For example, we’ve been a huge fan of BreadTalk since 2012 when we bought its stock at 49 cents. As of 21 May 2018, BreadTalk is trading at $1.80 – a return of 267.3%. We held on through its ‘fresh soya milk’ saga in 2015 (remember that?) and we’re still holding on today because we think it’s a company that has a scalable business model, strong growth factors, and a good management team in place. Chart: Yahoo Finance In 2017, we made 45.1% returns on ARA Asset Management which we were actually unhappy about because we thought the stock was being privatised at too low a price. You can read

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