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Share Price as of: 2018-03-23 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1BD0000008
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Telecommunication Services / Telecommunication Services / Diversified Telecommunication Services

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SG ThumbTack Investor
2018-02-16 21:52:29
“Where Art Thou, White Knight?” – LTC Corporation’s Privatization Offer.
My style is to normally have some frivolous stuff at the start, before jumping into the hardcore investing stuff. But since I’m here paging for some deep pocketed white knight to look at unlocking the value for LTC Corporation (further), I’d better just get into it right at the get-go. Last Friday (I think it was the 9th Feb), was one of those rare days whereby I literally bounced around with a spring in my step. EVERYTHING went well for me that day. Like everything. But I’ll just talk about 1. It was 1 of those days whereby I could play tennis with a brick wall… and win. In short, invincible. The day started with a barrage of text messages from some fellow investors: For the uninitiated, Alain T is a fellow value investor, and I’ve previously published (wit
Joey Ho
2017-12-28 11:36:32
SI Research: How Share Buybacks Affect Shareholder Value
Share buybacks are usually viewed positively because the reduction of the total number of shares outstanding increases value for shareholders. This is a result of an increase in earnings per share since the remaining shares will be worth a greater percentage of the company. In addition, applying the laws of supply and demand, a lower number of shares outstanding could result in an upward effect on the price. At times, a share buyback could also be an early sign of privatisation, which could net the remaining shareholders a decent premium. Not Always The Case Investors should take a closer look instead of simply making an investment decision based on a company’s share buybacks. Certain companies such as Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation and Singapore Technologies Engineering have employ

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