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The Motley Fool Singapore
Lawrence Nga
2019-05-24 05:02:58
These 2 Singapore Blue Chip Announced Mixed Results Recently
We are now in the busiest part of earnings season. Many companies have reported their results in the past few weeks — some of them have had good news to share, some bad, and some a bit of both. Today we’re having a look at two companies that have recently reported mixed results. Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74) is first on the list and needs little introduction. It’s the major local telecom player in Singapore. The other two are StarHub Ltd and M1 Ltd. In the latest quarter ended 31 March 2019, SingTel reported that revenue was up by 1.9% year on year at S$4.3 billion. Yet, earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation (EBITDA) for the quarter fell 5.2% year on year to S$1.2 billion. Also, the group share of associates’ pre-tax earnings d
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Royston Yang
2019-05-19 11:41:28
Singapore is Rolling Out 5G by 2020. Should the Telcos be Worried?
The Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA) announced in a press release on 7 May 2019 that they have launched a public consultation to seek views from industry and the public on the appropriate regulatory frameworks and policies to implement a 5G network in Singapore. A key proposal made by IMDA would be to facilitate “sustainable competition”, with at least two nationwide 5G networks at the outset, while encouraging telecommunication companies (telcos) to build out the infrastructure. The four telcos in Singapore include Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74), M1 Limited, StarHub Limited (SGX: CC3) and TPG Telecom Ltd (ASX: TPM), with the onus on them to commit to constructing appropriate infrastructure to support IMDA’s planned initiatives. But
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Lawrence Nga
2019-05-18 04:46:54
Is Starhub Ltd’s Stock a Buy Now After Falling 30% Last Year?
StarHub Ltd (SGX: CC3) is one of three companies in the telecommunication industry, along with Singapore Telecommunications Limited and ahead of M1 Ltd. At their current price of S$1.53 (at the time of writing), Starhub’s shares are trading at 30% below their 52-week high price of S$2.19. Is Starhub cheap now? If shares are cheap, it might be a good opportunity for investors. There is no easy answer, but we can get some insight by comparing Starhub’s current valuation with the market’s valuation. We’ll use three common valuation metrics: the price-to-book (P/B) ratio, price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, and dividend yield. I will be using the SPDR STI ETF (SGX: ES3) as a proxy for the market; the SPDR STI ETF is an exchange-traded fund that tracks the fundamentals of Singapore’s s
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sgwealthbuilder
2019-05-08 11:38:24
SPH share price prime for another devastating ride
The data certainly looks grim for SPH share price. 1HFY2019 results revealed that despite aggressive efforts to revive its fortune, SPH revenue and net profits continued to free fall like no tomorrow. This is indeed puzzling because the dismal financial performance came on the back of various recent acquisitions aimed at stimulating growth. Figtree Grove (85% stake) Shopping Centre in Australia was acquired in December 2018 for A$175million. Then M1 was delisted following the successful acquisition of all the remaining shares from the open market through SPH joint venture with Keppel, Konnectivity. UK Student accommodation portfolio added 380 beds with 2 new acquisitions for $369million. Yet despite all these moves, revenue continued to slide, rupturing the form of SPH share price in the p
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Lizardo
2019-05-04 14:58:26
TPG, the upside
Facebook, Instagram, YouTube. There are plenty of bandwidth hungry apps that consume massive mobile data. It's pretty addictive. I guess it's a form of lifestyle inflation? Or is it a practical reality of digital norms, a sign of "progress"?And so TPG (https://www.tpgmobile.sg/) appeared on the local scene, coming in as the 4th Telco. The net effect was that my Singtel shares went south, somewhat. Starhub is already struggling from their self-induced escalating impact of high dividend payout in the past. And M1 was taken private.The saving grace is that TPG is offering a one year $0 plan as they aim to seize market share, even as they are gradually rolling out their network. Really, ZERO. Coverage is not great for now. But can't complain right? It is ZERO.I signed up and got my hands on th
Investment Moats
Kyith
2019-04-25 07:12:21
Learning to Invest in Individual Stocks & Proper Portfolio Management with Investment Quadrant 3.0
I been known to wear many hats, from writing about personal finance, index investing, wealth management, financial independence and commentating on all the affairs surrounding me with regards to money. The way that I been doing my wealth accumulation is through active individual stock investing. What that means is that, I spend my time prospecting the stocks in Singapore, Hong Kong to find stocks that I can invest for long term, to speculate on the short term in order to accumulate my wealth. As part of demonstrating the great benefit of my Stock Portfolio Tracker, you can have a glimpse of my current portfolio through the demo as well. You may have read some of my past write up on whether M1 and Starhub is a value trap, or the Transportation business of ComfortDelgro. People give it a lot
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Vivian Yeong
2019-04-22 13:29:24
Understanding The Pros And Cons Before Getting Your Child A Supplementary Credit Card
Supplementary credit cards, sometimes also called add-on cards, allow primary credit card holders to assign an additional credit card for the use of their loved ones or friends, with the supplementary credit cards sharing the same credit limit as the primary credit card they are tied to. Since those under the age of 18 will not be able to apply for credit cards of their own, parents applying for a supplementary card and assigning it to their children can be a useful way of allowing their kids to enjoy some of the convenience and benefits of credit cards. Before parents apply for a supplementary card for their children, here are some pros and cons they should know about and consider. Pro #1: Combining Reward Points Certain credit cards allow cardholders to combine reward points. This
ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
ccloh
2019-04-05 21:14:12
STI Analysis -- the next peak and trough ? (43)
Continued from STI Analysis -- the next peak and trough ? (42)In previous analysis it was mentioned STI fell into 2 scenarios -- M1 at 3250.27 and M2 at 3286.08.  The break above 3228.38 on 1st Apr 2019 has invalidated the M1 at 3250.27 scenario as it doesn't fit into any Elliott wave correction pattern.  Thus, STI now left with the scenario of M1 at 3286.08.The above chart illustrates the invalidation for the scenario of M1 at 3250.27.  Though now M1 is at 3286.08 but whether M2 has completed at 3156.79 on 25th Mar 2019 is still too early to tell.  Despite the intra-day high of 3283.01 today, the present upward movement could be still wave B of the correction pattern with wave A at 3156.79.  Wave B, depending on the pattern of the correction, could rise to as high
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Sim Kang Heong
2019-04-04 12:11:06
Cheapest Overseas Data For Singaporeans: Singtel ReadyRoam vs M1 Data Passport vs StarHub DataTravel vs Changi Recommends
Overseas data used to be an expensive luxury that most of us think wistfully about as we bounce from one public wifi hotspot to another, struggling to stay connected for long enough to respond to the flurry of WhatsApp messages that flood our phones. But because of the proliferation of high-speed 4G networks around the world and comprehensive network sharing agreements, we can now remain connected and reachable by our loved ones – and our bosses – with prices that are relatively affordable. Read Also: [2019 Edition] Best Unlimited Data Mobile Plans In Singapore (Plus: Which Plan Gives The Most 4G Data Per Dollar?) For those wondering, here is a cost comparison of the mobile data roaming services of three of Singapore’s largest telcos, and the wifi hotspot service provided by Changi
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Sim Kang Heong
2019-03-28 08:38:48
[2019 Edition] Best Unlimited Data Mobile Plans In Singapore (Plus: Which Plan Gives The Most 4G Data Per Dollar?)
We’re all spoilt for choice when it comes to content we can consume on our mobile phones. There is a wealth of news, longform articles, streaming music, online videos, virtual courses, apps and games available at the swipe of your finger, as well as communicating with others via video calls, voice calls over data, and multimedia chats. All these great use cases all require data, and not everyone has the luxury of waiting until they are at home or in the office to tap on a fast and reliable Wifi connection. To satisfy Singaporeans’ need for data, the various telecommunication companies (telcos) in Singapore have begun to offer increasingly cheaper data plans, culminating in unlimited data plans. These plans promise to put an end to situations when we have to watch our data usage closely
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sgwealthbuilder
2019-03-15 11:23:33
SPH share price in need of Tongkat Ali
SPH investors must be wondering what the hell is happening to SPH share price. For the last couple of years, SPH share price had an astonishing correction, falling from a mighty high of $4.00 in 2016 to the current $2.45 level. It appears to me that FY2018 had been a watershed year which saw SPH recording revenue that fell below the critical $1 billion. That killer blow sent SPH share price reeling to the rock bottom. Given that SPH share price is in a state of disarray, will the recent takeover of M1 turn the tide for SPH? Should investors run for their lives or buy on the dip? SPH share price in coma Looking back, it is not difficult to determine the reason for the bearish SPH share price as revenue continuously fell from $1.17 billion in FY2015 to $982 million in FY2018. Even the chang
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ccloh
2019-03-03 14:24:58
STI Analysis -- the next peak and trough ? (40)
Continued from STI Analysis -- the next peak and trough ? (39).On a bigger picture, there isn't any change to the wave count of STI but on at lower level in particular the Minor degree, there appears to develop an alternate scenario.The above snapshot was from the previous analysis whereby STI is now in Minor wave 3 with target to be 3633.006.  This wave count so far still remain valid as no Elliott Wave rule violations were found.  The only suspicious thing is the sub level Minute degree wave count.  Should this case be valid, the Minute degree wave count should be doing Minute wave 2 correction with possible target to be around 3105 (61.8% Fibonacci retracement from 3286.08).  However, the time line for this scenario appears to be getting a bit long for a Minute degre
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Ching Sue Mae
2019-03-03 12:33:36
4 Stocks This Week (Telcos & Keppel): M1, Singtel, Starhub, Keppel
With the introduction of the Open Electricity Market, telcos have begun their foray into the electricity market in Singapore. Telcos have started working together with electricity providers to sell electricity plans to consumers. M1 is tying up with Keppel Electric, while Singtel is collaborating with Geneco. These partnerships between the telcos and electricity providers offer customers electricity plans at competitive prices bundled with promotions for the telco’s services. In this episode of 4 Stocks This Week, we take a closer look at the how Singapore’s three largest telcos are doing, along with Keppel Corp, which is involved in taking M1 private and has a subsidiary (Keppel Electric) involved in the Open Electricity Market as a retailer. Read Also: [Cheatsheet] The Best SIM
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sgwealthbuilder
2019-02-20 07:53:57
StarHub share price trashed to 14-year low
StarHub CEO, Peter Kaliaropoulos must be feeling the heat again. On 18 February 2019, StarHub share price plunged to a 14-year low of $1.61. The last time that StarHub share price was trading at such disgraceful level was in 2005. The trigger for the massive sell-offs was obviously the dismal Q4FY2018. Following the announcement, investors wasted no time in punishing this counter, sending StarHub share price to rock bottom. It seems that honeymoon period is over for the StarHub CEO. Following his appointment on 9 July 2018, StarHub share price enjoyed a brief respite and even managed to halt its horrendous slump. Then the announcement of Keppel and SPH buy-over of M1 shares had led to a resurgent StarHub share price in September 2018. Investors had speculated that a potential privatizatio
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sgwealthbuilder
2019-02-18 14:01:03
Singtel share price in for terrifying ride
What a perfect storm for Singtel share price. Singtel share price is set to face reality once more as the telco announced a set of disastrous Q3FY2019 financial results which saw most business units reporting declining profits. Net profit declined 14% to $823 million due to increased competition in India. In my last article on Singtel share price, I predicted that this counter would enter 2019 in bad shape. Indeed, Singtel share price plunged to $2.86 on 3 January 2019 and only recently recovered to the $3.00 level. However, the recent financial results would likely roil Singtel share price again. It appears to me that Singtel share price is set for a roller coaster ride as the Q3FY2019 results fell short of many analyst estimates. Most business units reported declining profits on year-on-
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ccloh
2019-02-16 12:44:26
Elliott Wave Calculator (2)
Continued from Elliott Wave Calculator -- FinTech ?The 3rd function of the Elliott Wave Calculator -- Degree Calculator, after making some modifications, has appeared to be the most powerful Elliott Wave calculation tools compared to the Fibonacci Calculator and Correction Calculator.  The modification was done to the 2nd feature of the Degree Calculator, the All Degree calculation.  In the earlier version, the All Degree calculation feature of the Degree Calculator could only display the sub wave 1 of the next higher degree.  As such, to view the 5-wave structure of sub wave 3 and 5, the other feature of the Degree Calculator -- Main & Sub calculation has to be used.  In doing so, this has result in some tedious action despite the overall result still being the sam
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ccloh
2019-02-15 11:35:17
STI Analysis -- Recap 2018 & Looking Ahead 2019
Continued from STI Analysis -- the next peak and trough ? (38)The 'STI Analysis -- the next peak and trough ?' went until 38 series since start in January 2018, STI Analysis -- the next peak and trough ?.  Its about time to do a recap of what were being blogged so far and what to expect in 2019.RcapThe 1st series started off by looking at past history in search of a pattern to determine when the next peak and trough going to happen.  In the 2nd edition and to reproduce here a pattern was found to explain for the next possible peak and trough.The pattern showed that since 1984, peak-to-peak appeared in either 12 or 11 years time frame while similarly, trough-to-trough also occurred in the same fashion.  As such, the next peak could either be 11 or 12 years away from the last
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Ching Sue Mae
2019-02-13 12:09:52
What Happens When A Publicly Listed Company Gets Privatised?
Privatisation happens when a publicly-listed company receives a buyout offer from a private company. Some companies that have been privatised in recent years include: SMRT, Keppel Land, Neptune Orient Lines (NOL), OSIM International and more. Why Privatisation Happens There are many reasons why a company gets privatised. The company is undervalued: Being undervalued is one of the reasons a private stakeholder such as a private-equity firm offers to privatise the company. Another result of a company being undervalued could be the company choosing to list in another country’s stock exchange instead. The company is undergoing some restructuring or reorganisation: Companies privatised due to corporate restructuring or a shift in the company’s interest. Strategic reasons: Changes in the c
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Max Chew
2019-01-31 12:05:50
[2019 Edition] Complete Guide To Prepaid SIM Plans In Singapore
All three major telcos – Singtel, StarHub and M1 –  offer prepaid SIM cards, giving you plenty of options depending on your intended usage. Different bundles vary in terms of validity period, amount of local/roaming data, talk time and SMS. Some also provide features such as unlimited usage on certain social messaging apps. For your convenience, you can use this handy guide we compiled to help you find the right prepaid SIM card that suits your needs. All prices in this article are inclusive of GST. Long Validity Prepaid SIM Cards A longer validity prepaid SIM card is suitable for those who live in Singapore and prefer prepaid SIM card over a post-paid plan. All these SIM cards have bundled local data. For local outgoing calls and SMS, some cards come with bundle while others charge
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Max Chew
2019-01-30 12:04:26
Financial Spring Cleaning: 4 Things To Do Before Chinese New Year To Get Your Finances In Order
In preparation for Lunar New Year, many households have the tradition of doing spring cleaning. In addition to cleaning your home this year, it is worth considering doing a spring clean for your financial life as well. To help get you started, here are 4 financial spring cleaning goals to help you keep yourself in the pink of financial health for rest of the year. #1 Review Your Insurance Coverage A yearly review on your insurance portfolio is important to ensure that there are no gaps or too much redundancies in your insurance coverage. As we progress in life, our required coverage may differ significantly. New parents may want to get their new-born adequately insured, while retirees who no longer have dependents may choose to make adjustments to their life insurance policies. Another





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