SGX Listed Stock

M1 LIMITED (B2F.SI)


SGD 1.800
+0.020 / +1.12%
Share Price as of: 2018-01-19 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1U89935555
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Telecommunication Services / Telecommunication Services / Wireless Telecommunication Services


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Aspire
Annie Lim
2018-01-21 19:48:36
3 Facts To Know About The Telecommunications Sector
The telecommunications is an essential sector for almost every Singaporean given the prevalence of mobile phones. Not to mention our heavy reliance on the internet which means that we have to stay connected through our data plans or connecting to wifi. In this article, we will be highlighting three important takeaways by RHB Securities that investors should know about the telecommunications sector. Strong competition to continue The heightened competition in the sector has been on-going for some time ever since the introduction of the fourth telco with the entry of TPG Telecom and the introduction of two other mobile virtual network operators (MVNO) which will be hosted by StarHub. MVNOs are operators that provide wireless communication services using wireless network infrastructure tha
T.U.B Investing
The Unique Bunch (T.U.B)
2018-01-21 15:45:20
I Repurchased M1 Again!
2 posts ago, I asked readers to choose a counter, that I bought recently, to review. Many commented on CWX Global Limited, which I believe I had already explained quite significantly in that particular post. Therefore, I was reluctant to write about it. Luckily, someone else commented on M1 Limited (aka M1) and so here we go...If you remembered, I wrote about selling all of M1 and keeping ComfortDelGro Corporation Limited (aka Comfort) in September 2017. As of today, I have sold all of Comfort and have repurchased M1. Within a 2 year period, I made some money on M1 but will have also made losses on Comfort.You must have thought why am I doing this – Selling Comfort when Uberflash has been launched, and when they have already established contact with Uber.The main reason was that I do not
T.U.B Investing
The Unique Bunch (T.U.B)
2018-01-15 23:10:24
What Had I Been Up To?
Firstly, before I start, it will be good to inform everyone again on our Face-to Face Ask-Us-Anything session on 16 Jan 2018. Details of the event are listed in this post. If you are interested to come, just come along that evening.So What Had I Done Since The Last Post?Although I have said in my 1st post of 2018 that I felt the market is boring, but at this point, I had already made A LOT OF PURCHASES. As stated in the same post, I ventured actively into the US and HK Market.In addition, I had also tweaked some of my thoughts about the SG market and made some purchases. This came about after I decided I was STILL holding too much cash after venturing overseas (I had about 40% to 50% of my portfolio).In this case, I decided to make some short term investment into companies that are ge
A Path to Forever Financial Freedom (3Fs)
B
2018-01-12 21:44:03
"Jan 18" - SG Transactions & Portfolio Update"
No.  Counters No. of Shares Market Price (SGD) Total Value (SGD) based on market price Allocation % 1. Comfortdelgro 85,000 2.03 172,550.00 28.0% 2. M1 75,000 1.78 133,500.00 22.0% 3. Fraser Logistic Trust 80,000 1.16 92,800.00 14.0% 4. Ho Bee Land 30,000 2.54 76,200.00 11.0% 5. ST Engineering 20,000 3.32 66,400.00 10.0% 6. Vicom 8,000 5.81 46,480.00 8.0% 7. EC World Reit 20,000 0.77 15,400.00 3.0% 8. Warchest - - 12,000.00 2.0% Total 615,330.00 100% I'm excited to begin the new year with some new addition to the portfolio.The market has been somewhat kind in this January where it has only gone in on
Aspire
Jimmy Ng
2018-01-11 11:42:33
SI Research: 3 Defensive Stocks On Sale From Last Year’s Underperforming Sectors
2017 ended with many reasons for investors to rejoice as the Straits Times Index posted a stellar 17.9 percent year-to-date (YTD) return finishing at 3,402.92. Looking back at the performances of each respective sectors, Maritime, Financials and Real estate sectors topped the chart delivering remarkable double-digit gains amidst oil price recovery, a gradual US rates hike and property market rebound. On the other hand, sectors such as Telecommunications, Consumer goods and Healthcare which are usually perceived as more defensive in nature, lost favour among investors as they lagged behind the general market registering negative returns. If you are a contrarian like me who believes that opportunities lie in investing in the underperformers, then you might be interested to invest in them wai
DollarsAndSense.sg
Timothy Ho
2018-01-04 11:36:51
4 Stocks This Week – Summary For 2017
When we started the weekly 4 Stocks This Week column on DollarsAndSense.sg earlier this year, our objective was simple; provide a convenient read each way for busy investors (including ourselves) to stay updated with what is happening on the Singapore Exchange. 4 Stock This Week will never be a recommendation from us to buy or sell any of the stocks that we feature. Its purpose is to highlight, rather than to analyse. For this week’s edition, instead of the usual coverage of four stocks, we will like to provide you with a quick summary links of all the 4 Stocks This Week articles written in 2017. We have arranged it alphabetically, by stocks. If you are interested in of these stocks, simply click on the related reading links for the stock(s) of your interest. If you are an avid follo
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2017-12-29 13:17:39
3 Blue-Chip Stocks Near their 52-Week Lows: Are They a Steal?
Walter Schloss, dubbed a Superinvestor by Warren Buffett, was a deep value investor. He was very keen on stocks that were selling at 52-week low prices. In Singapore, even among the blue-chip companies of the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), there are a few stocks that are at or near their respective 52-week low prices. Let’s look at three of them – Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74), Wilmar International Limited (SGX: F34) and Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (SGX: S63) – starting with the stock that is closest to its 52-week low price. Singapore Telecommunications Limited, or Singtel for short, would have posted dismal second-quarter results recently, if not for the one-off gains from the divestment of its stake in NetLink NBN Trust (SGX: CJLU). Net profit for
T.U.B Investing
The Unique Bunch (T.U.B)
2017-12-25 16:18:58
My 10% Portfolio - End Of 2017 Record
Hi Everyone,It is the time of the year again, where everyone presents their report card. Even though 2017 has been a very bullish year, but my results has not been as good as many of you out there. Overall my portfolio made 15.62% gain (Inclusive of dividends) only. Nevertheless, I am already contented as I had already hit my initial target of 10% gain. Furthermore, in the last portfolio update post, I was hoping for an overall gain of 15% and I had achieved it.Now let's take a good to look at the changes in my portfolio.Once again, let me emphasize on the following:1. This portfolio review is calculated from the start of the year and the aim is to review the total portfolio gain after 1 year.2. Some of the counter's initial share prices are their respective share prices at the start of th
Doctor Wealth
Editorial Team
2017-12-23 08:56:33
If You Don’t Know These 10 Blue Chip Stocks, You Are Not Considered A Singaporean.
In poker, the “blue chip” is considered the chip that has the highest value.In stock market terms, this refers to nationally recognised, well-established, and financially sound companies. They are typically the largest listed companies in Singapore by market capitalisation, and a synonym for STI ETF.Blue chip are known to be relatively stable due to their strong balance sheet and dominant market position; making them difficult to fail and capable of riding out financial crisis during bad market cycles.There is a reason why so many Singaporean prefer to invest blue chip stocks, mainly because of its perceived certainty, which means less risk, and they are often common household names like M1 and SPH, which most Singaporean investors can relate to.Blue chips are also often backed up by l
Sanye Investment Portfolio
Sanye ◎ 三页
2017-12-22 19:47:36
Portfolio Update 22 December 2017
As I will be travelling after Christmas and only be back in Singapore 30 December, I decided to do the monthly update earlier for this month.While US stocks were moving higher in light of tax cut this month, local stocks didn't seem to have the same sentiment. Up till today, STI lose 47.83 points, or 1.39% this month. Since everyone is preparing to enjoy the well deserved year end break, I don't think much will happen next week. (personal opinion, don't hold me for it)Compared to the index, my portfolio did better this month. Its value dropped only 0.4% compared with end November.This month, CWT finally was de-listed. I bought it at 95 cents years ago and now sold it at S$2.33. So it was not so bad. No other transaction was done.For the year 2017, Singapore share market has done well. The
Sillyinvestor
Sillyinvestor
2017-12-19 20:34:04
FY 2017 Sillyinvestor Inc Annual Report
Chairman statement:Dear all, the theme for 2017 is to retreat when the market is good. There are various investment mistakes,  but we are glad they are not crippling. As mentioned in 1H report, we sold YZJ and Venture for 30% and 40% profits. They turned out to be a 2 baggers and 3 baggers respectively. We are yet again humbled by the market and acknowledge our lack of competency in using trailing stop to protect our profits. We apologized.Yet, it’s not all doom and gloom. Our total portfolio size has increase from 85K to 106K. Last year we have vested capital of 42K worth 44K. As of today, we have 39K of vested capital worth 41K. We recently exited Lee metals at negligible profits, and hold cash. Total cash holding is 65K. It was a Bull year for STI, we could have done better,
A Path to Forever Financial Freedom (3Fs)
B
2017-12-19 18:25:26
2017 XIRR & Overall Performance
First of all, apologies for the lack of recent posting as I had just returned from a 2 week work trip overseas followed by a week of holiday thereafter back to back.As we are winding down this year, I would like to take some time to do a self reflection review of the performance for this year.While we still have a few trading days to end the year, I really want to summarize and close for this year so that I can already start preparing for the new year ahead, which promises to be another exciting year.I took some feedbacks from readers when I wrote about the 2016 performance (Link Here) last year and I try to provide as much as I can.I don't keep a lot of tracking myself personally because most of the information are stored in my personal profile at stockscafe so I'm dependent for most of t
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Alan Luo
2017-12-15 08:58:51
SG Market (15 Dec 17)
MARKET OVERVIEW- Mounting worries of a delay on the US tax bill could cap any upside on the SG market, as profit-taking activity continues amid lower liquidity towards the end of the year.- Technically, the STI is trading just above its near-term support at 3,430 (20-dma), with the next at 3,390. Upside resistance remains at 3,475.SECTOR WATCH*Telecom- Over the past weeks the Apple Store order status for the iPhone X has gone from a 3-4 week wait to available for pick-up today.- There has yet to be indications on incumbents' re-contracting efforts, and could be an upside risk to MKE's FY17E forecasts.- Still, the negative view on the domestic telecom space is predicated on the thesis that the incumbents would become more aggressive with handset subsidies to re-contract postpaid subscribers
A Path to Forever Financial Freedom (3Fs)
B
2017-12-08 19:29:04
"Dec 17" - SG Transactions & Portfolio Update"
No.  Counters No. of Shares Market Price (SGD) Total Value (SGD) based on market price Allocation % 1. Comfortdelgro 85,000 1.91 162,350.00 26.0% 2. M1 75,000 1.79 134,250.00 22.0% 3. Fraser Logistic Trust 80,000 1.10 88,000.00 14.0% 4. Ho Bee Land 30,000 2.49 74,700.00 11.0% 5. ST Engineering 20,000 3.21 64,200.00 10.0% 6. Vicom 6,600 5.76 38,016.00 6.0% 7. Warchest - - 52,000.00 8.0% Total 613,516.00 100% We are finally at our final month of the year.I also did some window dressing to the portfolio going into 2018, knowing that I will be busy in the month of Dec. In fact, I was just back from work traveling this week and will be flying again for holiday next week, so I think this will be my last portfol
The Fifth Person
Victor Chng
2017-12-08 09:25:48
When to sell a stock: 3 best times to sell a stock to lock in profits and protect your downside
Oftentimes, amateur investors only focus on their upside and when’s the best time to buy a stock. But you have to remember that buying a stock is only one part of the equation. Unless you plan to hold a stock for its dividends, knowing when to sell a stock is also just as important to making capital gains in the stock market. There’s no point in buying a stock at a bargain, see its price rise all the way up, and then witness it come tumbling back down again when the winds change. In this case, all your potential gains are wiped out because you failed to recognise when to sell a stock and capitalise on the opportunity to lock in your profits at the right time. Sometimes, investors are also not sure when to sell a stock because they’re afraid of losing out if the stock price rises some
DollarsAndSense.sg
Sim Kang Heong
2017-12-04 12:02:45
StarHub Turns Up The Heat In The SIM-Only Space. Here’s How Its New 12-Month SIM-Only Plan Measures Up.
In our last comparison of SIM-Only mobile plans, we noted that StarHub and Circles.Life did not offer any 12-month contract plans, unlike Singtel and M1, who rewarded customers for making that 1-year commitment. A short while after we published that comparison, StarHub made their move by offering perks to customers who sign a 12-month contract with them. They reached out and asked if we would consider doing an updated comparison. As Singaporeans, we use our mobile phones and the connectivity it provides on a daily basis to do important things like stay in touch with friends and family, be abreast of work communication, and allow our commuting and bathroom time productive. Thus, we present the current state of the four-way SIM-only battle among Singtel, M1, StarHub, and Circles.Life. Who wi
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Chong Ser Jing
2017-12-01 14:15:48
Is M1 Ltd A Bargain Right Now?
Singapore’s smallest operational telco, M1 Ltd (SGX: B2F), has seen its stock price fall from an all-time high of around S$4 in March 2015, to S$1.79 right now. That’s a decline of over 50%, and begs the question: Would the company be a bargain stock at the current price? There is no easy answer, but we may be able to find some clues from an investing checklist that the legendary investor Peter Lynch shared in his book One Up On Wall Street. Lynch ran the US-based Fidelity Magellan fund from 1977 to 1990 and racked up an incredible annualised return of 29%. In One Up On Wall Street, Lynch wrote about a general checklist he had used when he was searching for investing opportunities. Let’s run M1 through the checklist and see what turns up. 1. The Price-Earnings ratio: Is it low or
Aspire
Lim Si Jie
2017-11-29 17:59:07
3 Undervalued Stocks To Buy Before 2018
While the rest of the market is letting their hair down and enjoying the festive season, we are on the lookout for undervalued stocks to invest in. In this article, we will highlight three undervalued stocks that DBS and RHB think you should buy. With these three stocks in your portfolio, it is bound to be a festive new year for you. Singapore Telecommunications – Shining Star Among The Telcos While many telcos are struggling to maintain their regular dividends, Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) has been exceptional since it has been raising its regular dividends. According to DBS, Singtel is now in a position to invest $1 billion in growth companies without taking on too much debt. In the next five years, Singtel’s growth business (ICT and digital) is expected to make up 40
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Alan Luo
2017-11-23 09:12:10
SG Market (23 Nov 17)
MARKET OVERVIEW- Market sentiment could be buoyed by firmer oil prices and dovish FOMC minutes.- Additionally, Singapore's economy outperformed in 3Q with GDP growth of 5.2% (est: 5%), which prompted an upgrade to the official full-year growth forecast to 3-3.5%, from 2-3% previously.- Technically, topside resistance for STI is seen at 3,460, with underlying support now at 3,390.SECTOR WATCH*Telco- New entrant MyRepublic is targeting to launch its mobile services in 1Q18, although a slight delay from its year-end launch previously.- This adds to increased competition in the domestic mobile space, which will also see the entry of TPG in the coming months.- MKE has a NEGATIVE view on the sector with Singtel (HOLD, TP $3.87) as its preferred pick, with SELLs on StarHub (TP $2.17) and M1 (TP $
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Lawrence Nga
2017-11-20 12:13:58
Singapore Telecommunications Limited’s Latest Quarterly Results: Key Highlights From Its Consumer Business
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74) or Singtel, is the biggest among the three telcos in Singapore. The other two are M1 Ltd (SGX: B2F) and StarHub Ltd (SGX: CC3). The group has three business segments, namely consumer, enterprise and digital life. The company has recently reported its second-quarter earnings for the financial year ending 31 March 2018 (FY2018). In this article, we will look at the key highlights from the consumer business segment. A bird’s eye view of the consumer business segment Source: Singtel’s FY18 second-quarter management discussion and analysis For context, Singtel generated total sales of S$4.3 billion for FY18’s second-quarter. The consumer segment contributed a significant portion of its topline. From the above, we can see that c





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