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SGD 2.070
+0.060 / +2.99%
Share Price as of: 2018-01-19 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1N31909426
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Industrials / Transportation / Road and Rail

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Dinesh Dayani
2018-01-15 10:52:13
Here’s How Much You Would Have Today If You Invested $1,000 Into These 10 Popular Singapore Stocks 10 Years Ago
Many say the Singapore stock market is slow, lacklustre and even “dead”. However, for those who continue to put faith in stock listed here, can still find good value. 10 years ago, the Singapore stock market was flourishing, and it was right before the global financial crisis, that wiped out nearly 55% of the value of Singapore’s 30 largest stocks listed on the Straits Times Index, hit. Today, the STI has clawed back nearly 45% of those losses. This means that we’ve not yet recovered to the highs of 2007’s stock market. Nevertheless, we look at how a $1,000 investment in 10 popular stocks on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) 10 years ago would look like today. We also assume reinvestment of any dividends at the start of the following year to achieve compounded returns. #1 CapitaLand M
A Path to Forever Financial Freedom (3Fs)
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
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David Kuo
2018-01-11 09:45:30
Look Beyond Singapore If You Want To Make Money
I remember once sitting down to a plate of Char Kway Teow at a restaurant operated by Millennium & Copthorne Hotels. There’s nothing too remarkable about that, you might think…. …But the hotel was the Millennium Tara, which was located just a few steps away from Kensington High Street in the heart of central London. The rice noodles were as authentic as you would find at any Singapore hawker stall – lots of “wok hei”. That was not my only encounter with a Singapore-run business abroad. Chinese restaurant Min Jiang, which is owned by Singapore’s Goodwood Group of Hotels, offers fine dining in London with an unparalleled bird’s-eye view of Hyde Park. I also recall enjoying a sumptuous breakfast of kaya toast and two silky half-boiled eggs with a splash of dark soy sauce
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Sudhan P.
2018-01-10 16:57:54
How Does SBS Transit Ltd Make Money?
It is important to know what a particular company does and how it makes money before investing in it. Investing in a business without such knowledge is akin to travelling to an unknown territory without a map. On that note, let’s check out what business SBS Transit Ltd (SGX: S61) is involved in and how it generates its revenue. SBS Transit, as many may already know, is primarily owned by ComfortDelGro Corporation Ltd (SGX: C52). Let’s take a look at the table below for the revenue contribution of each business segment for the financial year ended 31 December 2016 (FY2016): Source: SBS Transit Ltd Annual Report 2016 The Public Transport Services segment, which brought in the bulk of total revenue in FY2016, is involved in the “provision of bus and rail services to commuters trave
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Lawrence Nga
2018-01-09 14:36:53
These 5 Blue Chips Lost To The Straits Times Index In 2017
The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) started 2017 at 2,881 points and ended the year 18.1% higher at 3,403. Yet, this healthy return does not imply that all 30 companies within the Straits Times Index had similar returns. In fact, there were some big losers, some flat stocks, and some huge winners within the group of the 30 blue chip stocks. This article is the fourth in a series that will look at the outperformers and laggards among the Straits Times Index’s constituents. The first article discussed three blue chips that outperformed the index in 2017, the second article looked at two blue chips with returns that lagged the market significantly, and the third article covered three more blue chips that beat the index. In here, I will focus on two more blue chips that did poorly in 2
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Trader F
2018-01-08 17:38:29
8th January 2018 STI Market Update: Some Setups Maturing
  As mentioned in past posts, there are some interesting setups with price consolidating towards the end of the year. We are now seeing some of those setups breaking out of the consolidation to give us fresh signals. Let’s take a closer look at a few of these setups. If you’d like to learn more about how we find the best counters to trade, Click here to learn how   STI Still going strong as we trade above the 3500 level easily. STI going strong   ComfortDelGro We exit at 2.04 Well managed trade! Frees up capital to get in the next winner. ComfortDelGro well managed trade!   Wing Tai Be patient and follow system. No signal yet. Wing Tai be patient and wait for signal   Keppel Corp This is another counter looking to continue its uptrend. We see a strong move off the consolidation
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Lee Chin Wai
2018-01-07 17:49:29
The Dogs and Puppies of STI for 2018
The Dogs of STI replicates the investment strategy of the Dogs of the Dow. Since 2014, I have been analysing the performance of the Dogs of the Dow strategy as applied to STI (known as the Dogs and Puppies of STI) for the past year and identifying the new Dogs and Puppies for the current year. The Dogs and Puppies of STI for 2017 are as follows (see The Dogs and Puppies of STI for 2017 for more info):Puppies of STI 2017A-ReitCapitaland Comm Trust Capitaland Mall TrustHPH TrustYangzijiang Other Dogs of STI 2017Keppel CorpSingTelSPHStarhubST EngineeringHow did the Dogs and Puppies of STI perform in 2017? The table below shows their performance relative to STI. Price 31/12/16 Price 31/12/17 Div Div Yield Return (excl. Div) Return (incl. Div) Puppies   A-R
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Chin Hui Leong
2018-01-05 10:02:34
The 2 Scariest Words for Any Singapore Company
Singapore companies have always competed locally. For the successful ones, the reward can be significant. For instance, local telco StarHub Ltd (SGX: CC3) generated almost S$2.4 billion in revenue in 2016, all of it from Singapore. Transportation firm ComfortDelGro Corporation Ltd (SGX: C52), which is a leader in Singapore’s taxi, bus, and vehicle inspection markets, had over S$2.5 billion in revenue come from within Singapore in 2016. Yet, there are signs that competition is no longer just local for Singapore companies. It is also coming from beyond the Lion City’s shores. This should worry any Singapore company. The cable cowboy Global competition is not just a Singapore problem. To explain the threat in more exact terms, I would defer to John Malone, the Chairman of the US-based
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Trader F
2018-01-04 18:39:33
4th January 2018 STI Market Update: Happy 2018 Traders!
  Happy 2018 everyone! As the new year comes around, the markets globally are looking strong. We have moves to new highs on the US indices. Asian indices are going up as well with the STI reaching 3500. Is this an indication of a good year for global markets this year? We had a pretty good trading year in 2017 with the markets generally trending higher. If you’d like to see how we did in 2017, read this post here. To find out how we did it, Click here to begin your journey.   STI We’re seeing a strong move higher to start the year. STI reaches 3500 again today. STI starts the year with a strong move   Genting We have an exit at 1.32 when the candle turned red. So that’s it for our Genting trip for the moment. Good little trade with 2 entries! Genting was a good trade, congratz!
King Yoland
2018-01-03 21:16:07
portfolio update dec 2017
Dividend by month1) singtel2) fcot sgx capitacom starhillg fct sphreit cmt fortune capitaretail3) spost  taisin lippo nam lee netlink5) fcot steng sgx  uob sph starhillg fct sphreit cmt cdg hcg lippo Singre6) tcil ocbc7) singpost8) fcot singtel  plife  ocbc  capitacom starhillg sci steng fct singpost sphreit cmt lippo singre ock fortune capitaretail9)  uob tcil cdg netlink10) sgx11) fcot taisin sgx spost  starhillg fct cmt lippo12) sph sats ksh ockRemarks:sold off low keng huat suntec and most of capitacom as they have run up quite a fair bit and there are opportunities available to buy into relatively more reasonably priced counters.bought sia eng st eng singtel comfortdelgro fortune capitaretailchinaOverall,nothing fanciful and nothing new: di
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Sudhan P.
2018-01-02 13:10:55
Year in Review: The Straits Times Index’s Biggest Losers for 2017
The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), which tracks the performance of the 30 largest and most liquid companies listed in Singapore, ended the year at 3402.9 points, rising 18.1% for 2017. This marked the biggest annual gain since 2012. Of the 30 Straits Times Index components, 23 ended 2017 with gains while seven clocked losses. The top three losers in the Straits Times Index in 2017 were Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SGX: T39), Comfortdelgro Corporation Ltd (SGX: C52) and Golden Agri-Resources Ltd (SGX: E5H). You can find the top three winners here.Source: S&P Global Market Intelligence Singapore Press Holdings and ComfortDelGro have both been facing challenging business conditions due to disruptive technology. The digitalisation of news portals and the appearance of online advert
2017-12-31 15:45:44
Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in December 2017
Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in December 2017 The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 30.62 points or 0.89% lower to 3402.92 in December 2017.(compared to 3433.54 on 30-Nov-2017)Top Performers: CapitaLand Mall Trust, City Developments, Ascendas REIT, CapitaLand Commercial Trust, Jardine C&C. Worst Performers: Yangzijiang Shipbuilding, Thai Beverage, Jardine Strategic, SingTel, SPH.Most Volatile: SPH, Jardine Strategic, City Developments, ComfortDelGro, Thai Beverages. Continue Reading »
2017-12-29 22:41:37
Portfolio Closing as at 29 Dec 2017
STI closed at 3402.02.DBS  ($24.85)UOB ($26.45)SPH   ($2.65)SingTel ($3.57)StarHub ($2.85)CityDev ($12.49)SP Ausnet ($1.89)Keppel Infra Trust ($0.575)Olam ($2.03)Wilmar ($3.09)SIA ($10.67)Keppelcorp ($7.35)SembCorp ($3.03)SIA Engineering ($3.13)CDL Trust ($1.69)AsiaPay TV Trust ($0.59)Capital China Trust ($1.62)Ascendas India Trust ($1.15)Lippo Malls Trust ($0.40)SuntecReit ($2.15)OUE Comm Trust ($0.72)StarHillGlobal Reit ($0.775)MapleLogistics Trust ($1.32)M1 ($1.78)SATs ($5.20)First Reit ($1.39)KReit ($1.26)Accordia Golf Trust ($0.685)SoilBuild Trust ($0.67)HPH Trust ($0.55)AscotReit($1.22)SingPost ($1.24)Comfortdelgro ($1.98)Noble ($0.20)Dutech ($0.34)Ezion (Suspended)OCC 5.1%NCPS 100 ($102.75)DBS$800M4.7%NCPS ($106.20)
Don Low
2017-12-28 11:26:12
SI Research: 3 Blue Chips To Invest In 2018
Many retail investors find blue chips breathtakingly boring, especially in the local stock market. That is understandably so, considering that the Straits Times Index (STI) – constituting the 30 largest companies listed on the Singapore Exchange – underperformed other international market indices that continued to break new highs. To be fair, despite trailing the other major markets, STI still registered about a pleasant 17.8 percent gain leading to the end of 2017.  That being said, although less exciting than trying to pick up inconspicuous value small or mid-cap stocks, accumulating blue chips can still be highly rewarding (of course the crux is picking the right ones). For most retail investors, getting a decent return consistently should be their ultimate long-term investment goa
Lim Si Jie
2017-12-27 09:57:54
5 Other Stocks To Pick Up Before 2018
With 2017 coming to a close, it is time to relook and review your portfolio once again. For some, this is a once in a year exercise that could make or break their investment performance. Thus, it is a grand exercise that requires all the research you can find to help you make the best investment decisions. To aid your search for the most suitable stocks to add to your portfolio, here are five stock picks from MayBank Kim Eng (MBKE) for 2018. 5 Other Stocks To Pick Up Before 2018 1. GuocoLand While the property sector has been receiving its fair share of attention, GuocoLand seems to be left out of the property fever and hence making it a laggard within the sector. Yet, MBKE believes that there is compelling relative value in GuocoLand due to its upcoming launches. Moreover, its fundamental
Raymond Leung
2017-12-26 11:14:56
7 Sectors and 10 Stocks To Buy Now (Part 2)
This is a continuation from part 1 of the article. Picking up from there, here are another four sectors that you should buy into now! Healthcare In the past few years, healthcare sector has been the darling for investors as the industry continues their strong performance. This comes with Singapore’s growing prominence as a medical hub, along with expansion of local medical groups to overseas markets. Health Management International Health Management International (HMI) is a hospital operator that operates two hospitals in Malaysia and a medical training institution in Singapore. Both of its hospitals in Malaysia are gaining traction with higher revenue and increased patient load. Its financial position is strengthening as they pare down 50 percent of their acquisition debt and an $11 mi
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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

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