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The Asia Report — Bottoms Up Investing
Editorial Team
2019-12-24 10:43:50
Keppel Corporation (SGX:BN4) – Understanding Its Business
Analysing large corporations is never an easy task, but the method we like to use is to break down the organisation into component parts in order to look at each carefully. The same method can be used effectively for conglomerate companies as well. A “conglomerate” is defined as a large company with many disparate divisions that may or may not be totally unrelated to one another. Let’s have a look at one of the more well-known blue-chip conglomerates in Singapore – Keppel Corporation Limited(SGX: BN4). Investors can trace the roots of the company back to 1968 when Temasek Holdings, Singapore’s very own sovereign wealth fund, founded Keppel Shipyard back then. Since then, the group has moved on to expand its business into various divisions, and this conglomerat
The Asia Report — Bottoms Up Investing
Richard Tay (Jun Hao)
2019-12-11 10:56:46
[Last Call] Webinar – Constructing A Dividend Stock Portfolio
I will be conducting a live training session on constructing a portfolio of dividend income stocks to generate passive income this Tuesday @ 8:30pm. Constructing a Portfolio of Dividend Stocks Event Details: Tuesday, 8:30PM (3rd December 2019) In this live training session on Tuesday, I will be covering: The Case for Dividend Income Stocks I will build the case for dividend paying stocks based on their historical performance and also demonstrate how dividends leads to outsized returns through compounding. The 3 Rules for Picking Winning Dividend Stocks I will discuss 3 simple rules that you can use to pick winning stocks by focusing on the right financial ratios and more that will help deliver outsized returns. I will also cover how you can avoid stock that are “value-traps̶
DollarsAndSense.sg
Sim Kang Heong
2019-12-02 17:26:08
Ultimate Singapore Movie Ticket Price Guide [2020 Edition]
This article was first published on 6 July 2017 and updated to reflect the latest prices and promotions for 2020. Enjoying the art form of movies has never been better for the budget conscious and law abiding among us. In addition to the traditional budget-friendly ways of renting movies from stores and kiosks or borrowing DVDs from the National Library Board’s surprisingly comprehensive catalogue, the advent of services like Netflix, Amazon Video and Apple Movies allows Singaporeans to enjoy legal, high quality movies streamed right to their assort ament of screens. Despite these advances, the experience of enjoying the latest blockbusters or niche art films on the big screen with state of the art surround sound is an experience that cinemas alone can provide. With a dizzying array of
The Asia Report — Bottoms Up Investing
Richard Tay (Jun Hao)
2019-12-01 23:02:12
[Live Training] Using Dividend Stocks To Generate Passive Income
I will be conducting a live training session on constructing a portfolio of dividend income stocks to generate passive income this Tuesday @ 8:30pm. Using Dividend Stocks to Generate Passive Income Event Details: Tuesday, 8:30PM (3rd December 2019) In this live training session on Tuesday, I will be covering: The Case for Dividend Income Stocks I will build the case for dividend paying stocks based on their historical performance and also demonstrate how dividends leads to outsized returns through compounding. The 3 Rules for Picking Winning Dividend Stocks I will discuss 3 simple rules that you can use to pick winning stocks by focusing on the right financial ratios and more that will help deliver outsized returns. I will also cover how you can avoid stock that are “value-traps&#
DollarsAndSense.sg
Sim Kang Heong
2019-11-28 00:31:52
Cheapest Overseas Data For Singaporeans: Singtel ReadyRoam vs M1 Data Passport vs StarHub DataTravel vs Changi Recommends
This article was first published on 4 April 2019 and updated to reflect latest prices and service offerings. 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
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2019-10-02 12:08:27
[Cheatsheet] What Are The Best SIM-Only Plans In Singapore (2019 Edition)
This article was first published on 3 August 2018 and has been updated on 2 October 2019 to reflect the latest prices and plans. Many of us spend several hundred dollars or more each year on our mobile phone plans but rarely consider whether there are better mobile subscriptions in the market when our contracts run down. The main reason – we are often lured by seemingly lucrative deals on the latest handphone models rather than trying to source for the best mobile subscription that actually fits our usage requirement. Often, we end up opting for more expensive plans just to enjoy the initial handset subsidy. To lower the cost of buying the new phone, we also typically trade-in our perfectly working mobile phones which may have nabbed us a better deal if we sold it on Carousell, eBay or
DollarsAndSense.sg
Ching Sue Mae
2019-09-27 12:23:42
We Planned Our Company Retreat In Vietnam: Here’s All The Apps And Tools We Used
This article contains affiliate links. DollarsAndSense may receive a share of revenue from your sign-ups. Earlier this month, the DollarsAndSense team went for our first company retreat! Here’s the lowdown on all the apps and tools we used from start to end. Read Also: The DollarsAndSense Team Reveal Their Financial Goals for 2019 Choosing A Destination: Skyscannner, Trip.com Our team retreat came with a rough budget in mind. Nothing too fancy, nothing too expensive but also not too near such that it wouldn’t feel like a real getaway (i.e. no Bintan, no Batam and certainly no JB). To decide on the destination for our first ever team retreat, we decided to use Skyscanner, a well-known travel search aggregator, to help us make our decision. Here’s how we used Skyscanner to shortlist a
The Motley Fool Singapore
Sudhan P.
2019-09-20 16:34:08
Chart of the Week: Differing Fortunes of Singtel and NetLink NBN Trust
NetLink NBN Trust (SGX: CJLU) was “born” out of Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74) in July 2017. Looking at the duo today — boy, we see very different fortunes. Since NetLink NBN Trust’s IPO, units have risen some 10%, compared to a 21% decline in Singtel shares. In comparison, Singapore’s stock market benchmark, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), has declined by around 5%. In my opinion, the vast difference in the share price performances between NetLink NBN Trust and Singtel can be attributed to the underlying strength of their respective businesses. NetLink NBN Trust has a resilient business model with predictable cash flows. Since the trust is the sole nationwide provider of residential fibre network here, it is hard to knock the company of
The Motley Fool Singapore
Lawrence Nga
2019-09-06 09:23:29
Like Singtel? This Singapore Blue Chip Might Be a Better Long-Term Investment
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74) shares the Singapore telecom spotlight with M1 Ltd and StarHub Ltd. The company’s share price has declined significantly over the last few years. Given its lower share price, investors might be attracted to the company now. Clearly, Singtel is a good candidate for further research given the negative sentiments. Yet, it’s not the only company worth considering. Let’s look at one company that might be an even better investment than Singtel, especially over the long run. The contender The company we’re talking about is Jardine Matheson Holdings Limited (SGX: J36), a conglomerate with interest in the web of Jardine companies that include Jardine Strategic Holdings Limited (SGX: J37), Jardine Cycle & Car
The Motley Fool Singapore
Royston Yang
2019-09-03 11:37:12
Singapore’s Digital Bank Licence Applications: Who Are the Contenders?
On 29 August, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) began accepting applications for Singapore’s first digital bank initiative. Five licences are up for grabs from non-bank players — two for digital full-fledged banks and three for restricted digital banks. Interested parties have until 31 December 2019 to submit their applications. MAS will announce the successful applicants in mid-2020, and the digital banks are to commence business by mid-2021. MAS also laid down some ground rules for applicants to prevent frivolous applications. Applicants need to 1) have a track record of at least three years in an existing business within the e-commerce or technology fields; 2) provide a clear value proposition for serving unmet or under-served needs of certain segments of the popula





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