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SGD 1.330
+0.050 / +3.91%
Share Price as of: 2018-05-25 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1BJ1000004
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2018-05-23 11:08:49
Singapore | 1Q18 Wrap Up: Good value stocks at current level
My view: S'pore-1Q18-Wrap-Up: Theme: Good-value-at-current-level 1. Personally, I am of the view that S'pore market offers value at the current moment because it is trading at -1SD PB. 59% of the 1Q18 results were in line, with circa 15% surprising on the upside. Our 2018 market EPS growth forecast has been raised to 10.1% (from 8.0%) on upgrades in the bank and aviation sectors. We are selective after the outperformance of the FSSTI, which is trading close to mean valuations. 2. UOBKH Research is selective in his S'pore picks. He reckon 2018 FSSTI target of 3,710 after latest revisions. Our current themes include multi-year growth drivers, reflation picks, quality laggards and stocks with earnings surprises/specific catalysts. In the large-cap space, we like DBS, OCBC, Kepp
ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
2018-05-07 21:36:48
Elliott Wave on Sunningdale Tech
Like most tech related stocks Sunningdale Tech is one of those badly sold down stock at the moment.  It has fallen from a high of $2.34 on 6th November 2017 to an intra-day low of $1.25 on 4th May 2018, a drop of more than 53%.  Putting aside the fundamental, which the company still has a sound fundamental despite the sell down, the technical analysis does look interesting at the moment.Above is the chart of Sunningdale Tech which I will do an Elliott Wave analysis on.  Starting from the low of March 2009, it hit Wave (1) in 2010 at price $1.145 (adjusted for corporate action such as dividend).  It then retraced almost 78.6% in 2011 to form Wave (2).  This is quite a deep correction as expected for Wave (2).  From then on it embarked on Wave (3) hitting the pe
Ernest Lim's Investing Blog
2018-05-01 12:14:23
Sunningdale trades at 8.3x FY18F PE; 0.66x P/BV and 5.5% FY18F div yield (30 Apr 18)
Sunningdale has plunged 46% in less than half a year, from an intraday high of $2.40 on 6 Nov 2017 to close $1.30 on 30 Apr 2018. What happened? Is Sunningdale a “goner”?   Some reasons for Sunningdale’s decline Sunningdale’s share price decline may be attributed to some of the reasons below: a) Sentiment on tech sector has soured Sentiment has soured on the tech sector primarily due to downbeat results or / and guidance from tech companies such as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd, SK Hynix. Secondly, there are rising fears of increasing regulation measures on the tech sector. Both factors have cast a pallor over tech companies. For example, Venture, Hi-P, Valuetronics have also seen selling pressure in their share prices, especially in April. b) Sunningdale’s 1QFY18
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Dr Tee (Ein55)
2018-04-29 12:00:43
When Technology Stocks Losing Momentum
Over the last few weeks, some technology stocks in Singapore follow the footsteps of US technology stocks, having significant correction in share prices, triggered by various negative news or market fear. Is it the end of technology stocks bubble or just a temporary price correction?   Strong fundamental technology stocks such as Venture Corp (SGX: V03) and Valuetronics (SGX: BN2) have dropped more than 25% in short term stock prices, disappointing many traders who hope to buy high sell higher with support of strong company fundamental. Other popular technology stocks such as AEM (SGX: AWX), Micro-mechanics (SGX: 5DD), Sunningdale Tech (SGX: BHQ), UMS (SGX: 558) also suffer various degrees of share price corrections, worrying the traders.   Here are the general strategies of mo
Lim Si Jie
2018-04-25 12:20:32
US-China Trade War And Its Impact On 6 SG Manufacturing Stocks
Following our initial coverage on “The Risks Of US-China Trade War On SG Stocks”, we continue to examine the impact of a US-China trade war on our local-listed manufacturing stocks. Investors Takeaway: US-China Trade War And Its Impact On 6 SG Manufacturing Stocks AEM Holdings AEM Holdings (AEM) produces test handlers for its major customer who is mainly located in Singapore. While its customers have factories in China and the US, CIMB does not expect any short-term risk for AEM resulting from the trade war. CIMB notes that AEM’s customer is the leading global player and is unlikely to substitute AEM’s product in the short-term given the customer’s market dominance, financial strength and technological lead. AEM faces a low risk as it is the sole supplier to the customer and is
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Alan Luo
2018-04-24 09:26:14
SG Market (24 Apr 18)
MARKET OVERVIEW- The market could be range bound after US stocks ended mixed weighed by technology and commodities. The dollar rallied to its highest level in more than 3 months as the US 10Y Treasury flirted with the 3% level and reignited worries about higher interest rates.- Technically, the overbought STI is likely to consolidate below its last peak of 3,610 before resuming its uptrend. Downside support lies at at 3,510. CORPORATE RESULTS* CapitaLand Commerical Trust- 1Q18 DPU of 2.12¢ was up 7.6% after adjusting for an enlarged unit base and on adjusted basis and came in within market expectations. - Gross revenue and NPI climbed 7.7% and 10.5% to $96.4m and $77.2m, due to higher income from CapitaGreen, Capital Tower and Six Battery Road, as well as a full quarter contribution from
Lim Si Jie
2018-04-19 12:05:57
3 Investment Strategies To Adopt In April
Following consolidation in STI’s trading range, DBS believes that a breakout is expected to happen in the next 1-2 months. DBS notes that STI will break out from its 3400-3500 range. However, the directional breakout will depend on the outcome of the US-China trade skirmish and the upcoming earnings season. How should investors navigate the month of April? According to DBS, there are three investment strategies that investors can consider for the month of April. Investors Takeaway: 3 Investment Strategies To Adopt In April Hedging Against Inflation Low inflation has long been a concern in the market. However, DBS believes that inflation could rise steadily, leading to a market re-focus on inflation. This is primarily driven by the Fed raising 2019 interest forecast by 20 basis points (
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Sudhan P.
2018-04-09 12:31:58
3 Companies Paying Dividends This Week
Three companies will be going ex-dividend in the next few days. In other words, you need to own them before a particular date to receive their dividends. Let’s take a look at those three firms. Tuesday, 10 April 2018 On Tuesday, Qian Hu Corporation Limited (SGX: BCV), an integrated ornamental fish service provider, will be going ex-dividend. The company is dishing out 0.2 Singapore cent per share for the fourth quarter. For the full year ended 31 December 2017, revenue rose 9.1% year-on-year to S$87.8 million while profit attributable to shareholders jumped 383.8% to S$329,000. All three business segments – Fish, Accessories, and Plastics – saw higher revenue contribution in the latest financial year. Qian Hu ended Friday at S$0.191 per share, translating to a trailing price-to-e
Lim Si Jie
2018-03-21 11:17:14
How Did SG Stocks Fare For 4Q17?
With the 4Q17 earnings season just ending two weeks ago, how did each of the sectors fare in compared to consensus expectations? Overall, 31 percent of companies missed earnings expectations against a higher number of companies that did. There were also some positive surprises as DBS, City Development, CapitaLand, Memtech, Sunningdale and Raffles Medical raised their dividends more-than-expected. Investors Takeaway: 4Q17 Results Review Banks: Surpassed Expectations With More Positive Upside To Come     The banking sector surpassed expectations as DBS and OCBC grew more than expected. Furthermore, both banks have also guided for loan growth in the high single digits in FY18. UOBKH also foresees net interest margin expansion for the banks to continue into 2018. Right now, DBS and OCBC a
Timothy Ho
2018-03-18 11:08:06
4 Stocks This Week (FTSE ST Fledgling Index) [16 Mar 2018] – Creative Technology, AEM Holdings, Sunnydale Tech, Tianjin Zhong Xin Pharmaceutical
For investors following the Singapore Exchange (SGX), there are a few benchmark indexes that are commonly used as proxies to how well the Singapore stock market is performing. The most popular index is the Straits Times Index (STI), which is made up of 30 of Singapore’s best and biggest companies. As we have written about in the past, the STI is a good place to get started if you want to invest in the SGX. Beyond that, other benchmark indexes include the FTSE ST All-Share Index, which represents the stocks that account for 98% of the market capitalisation on SGX. The FTSE ST All Share index is the aggregation of the FTSE ST Large, Mid and Small Cap indexes. But what about stocks that are too small that they do not even meet the criteria for inclusion in the FTSE ST Small Cap index, and a
Dinesh Dayani
2018-02-25 13:30:46
4 Stocks This Week (Stock Picks) [23 Feb 2018] – Sunningdale Tech; ThaiBev; STEngg; SingTel
Picking stocks that deliver good returns, in excess of the market, is no simple feat. Many research supports the fact that professional fund managers, who dedicate the bulk of their time and efforts researching financial market and have in-depth knowledge of financial markets are not able to consistently beat market returns. In fact, just recently, some guy called Warren Buffett won a $1 million bet on the Standard & Poor’s 500 (S&P 500) index delivering a better return than a basket of hedge funds. Of course, he’s the most famous investor in the world and part of why he’s so successful is because he’s been able to consistently beat the market. This makes it interesting that he backed an index fund to outperform professional fund managers. This doesn’t mean retail investo

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