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SGD 3.900
+0.050 / +1.30%
Share Price as of: 2020-07-03 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1V61937297
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Industrials / Transportation / Airlines

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Eight percent per annum: Value investing in Singapore stocks
2020-07-04 20:45:00
SIA at $10...Dream Long Long...
Here's two interesting charts on Singapore Airlines (SIA) that I found doing simple desktop research in late June. It shows the destructive nature of dilution including rights issue and other forms of equity capital raising. These charts illustrate how dilution works negatively for investors and they are great reminders that we have to invest in businesses with strong franchises which require little need for additional capital constantly.The first chart below is a snapshot from Google showing SIA's share price since 2008 or so. This chart adjusts for the recent rights issue that SIA or SQ (its flight code) did in order to survive. The share count has since more than doubled and as such Google adjusted its share price accordingly. Historical prices now showed that SQ did not trade above $10
The Asia Report — Bottoms Up Investing
Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-07-04 20:36:21
[Last 12 Hours] Watch The Webinar Replay Now!
Just a gentle reminder that our Webinar Replay to Finding Winning Stocks Amid the Panic will be taken down later today at 9:30pm. The replay will be made available only to members of the Bulletproof Value Investing 2020 Course going forward. Members can also watch our previous Webinars such as our Singapore Banks Webinars in May and June. We have members’ only Webinar training that builds on our CORE materials later this month and in August.. details will be released soon!   What Did We Cover During the Bulletproof Value Investing Launch Webinar? During the Webinar, I covered 4 big topics. FIRSTLY – the state of the global economy. I shared with attendees why I don’t see a V-Shape recovery and why I think many people are underestimating the severity of the crisis. W
2020-06-30 23:34:10
Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in 2020Q2
Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in 2020 Q2 The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 108.68 point or 4.38% higher at 2589.91 in 2020 Q2.(compared to 2481.23 on 31-Mar-2020)(vs the -1038.60 point or -32.3% drop in 2020Q1. See Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in 2020Q1.)Top Gainers: Wilmar International, Mapletree Logistics Trust, Venture Corporation, Mapletree Industrial Trust, City Developments. Least Performers: Singapore Airlines, Jardine Matheson, SATS, Singapore Exchange, ComfortDelGro. Most Volatile: Sembcorp Industries, Singapore Airlines, CapitaLand Mall Trust, CapitaLand Commercial Trust, Mapletree Commercial Trust. Advertisement Continue Reading »
2020-06-28 21:41:43
Tracking COVID-19 and Wall Street
The STI fell 30 points or 1.2% over the week to 2,604.51; Prices continued to track COVID-19 developments and Wall St; Industrial production fell in May; Possible window-dressing in week ahead off first half; US jobs report on Thursday will be closely watched; Stocks in play included Wilmar, Progen while Southern Alliance debuted No surprises as the Straits Times Index tracked COVID-19 developments It was a relatively quiet five days for the local stock market as the drop in volatility seen in the third week of June spilled over into the fourth. This meant that volume, which had spiked up in recent months, fell back considerably. However, traders still tracked developments on the COVID-19 front throughout the week, mainly those from the US where fears of a second wave of virus infection
The Asia Report — Bottoms Up Investing
Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-06-28 14:28:39
[Webinar Replay] Finding WINNING stocks amid the CRISIS
We had a fantastic turnout on Thursday for our Webinar and I had a lot of fun sharing and answering questions from the 750+ attendees who turned up for the launch of the Bulletproof Value Investing 2020 course! I’ve uploaded the WEBINAR REPLAY and you can find it further down the post. More than 50+ students have already joined within the first 48 hours. If you haven’t already joined, what are you waiting for? What Did We Cover During the Bulletproof Value Investing Launch Webinar? During the Webinar, I covered 4 big topics. FIRSTLY – the state of the global economy. I shared with attendees why I don’t see a V-Shape recovery and why I think many people are underestimating the severity of the crisis. We aren’t even in the eye of the storm yet. Unemploymen
The Asia Report — Bottoms Up Investing
Richard (Jun Hao)
2020-06-28 10:27:31
Bulletproof Value Investing 2020 is LIVE
We had almost 1000+ people turn up which was incredible and the highest number ever for our launch of the Bulletproof Value Investing Course 2020. Thanks to everyone who took your evening off and came! A replay of the webinar will be posted later this week. Bulletproof Value Investing 2020 is LIVE! After a very successful launch of the Singapore Banks Masterclass which saw more than 300+ students join, I am excited to launch the our newly updated Bulletproof Value Investing 2020. Relaunch Discount Promotion We are offering our 2020 relaunch discount and the course is priced at 65% off the regular retail price. Time to Be Bullish or Bearish? While almost everyone I spoke to the last 3 months is bearish about the markets and economy, an overwhelming number of you have stated that you
Singapore Stock Analysis | Opening Trading Account | Collin Seow
Collin Seow
2020-06-24 22:20:38
CPF Investment: Passive Income Guide for All Singaporeans
Today, we are going to share with you how to invest your CPF investment money in a no-brainer way. The best part? You need not be financially savvy to do this. A beginner can do it! And I’ll reveal the exact step-by-step process, which you can follow easily. What is CPF Investment Scheme (CPFIS)? It is to provide options to CPF members to invest their CPF savings in your Ordinary Account (OA) and Special Account (SA) in various instruments such as insurance products, unit trusts, fixed deposits, bonds and shares in Singapore. The Average CPF Interest Rate is 2.5% to 4% for Ordinary Account. Check their latest CPF interest rate here. Below is the latest CPF rate (1st Jul to 30th Sep 2020).   Share this Infographic On Your Site </p><br /><br /><br /><b
2020-06-21 21:17:31
An uneasy calm
Despite Friday’s slide, STI still gained 1% over the week; Daily volume remained at healthy levels; Economy moved to Phase Two of reopening on Friday; Singapore’s NODX dropped 4.5% in May but recovery could be coming; Southern Alliance Mining lodged its IPO prospectus; SIA and iFAST were among stocks in play Despite Friday’s selloff, STI still rose 1% for week After the volatility of the past several weeks, a consolidation of sorts was only to be expected. This is what transpired last week, as markets everywhere entered a period of uneasy calm as investors and traders pondered whether the steep price gains of since early April were justified, given the bleak economic outlook confronting the world. For most of the week, prices moved sideways as players waited for fresh news or dire
Eight percent per annum: Value investing in Singapore stocks
2020-06-10 22:56:43
When the COVID Wave Strikes, those Swimming in Sembawang needs Rights Issues
Warren Buffett famously said, "when the tide is out, then we know who is swimming naked". Well in Singapore today, it's rights issue buffet for companies that start with S. COVID-19 has brought down our Singapore Inc companies like dominos. We saw Hin Leong, which didn't even had a chance to do rights issue and went belly up. Then our beloved national carrier Singapore Airlines raised S$15 billion in March which was more than twice its market cap. Who's swimming naked?Now, we have the Sembawang Corporation Group in trouble. More specifically, Sembcorp Marine (SMM) is in trouble. Its parent, Sembcorp Industries (SCI) and grandparent Temasek are going to save it. Not without caveat though, SCI will disown the child by giving away SMM shares to its own shareholders. But the way it is don
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2020-06-10 06:23:40
SIAEC share price to soar on SIA privatization?
Sign up & unlock articles! What a gut-wrenching ride. SIAEC share price staged an impressive come-back as it surged from a low of $1.50 on 23 March 2020 to the current $2.20. The uptick in SIAEC share price represented a whopping 46% increase. Is it the right time for parent company, Singapore Airlines (SIA), to launch a privatization of SIAEC? SIAEC plunged into hell SIAEC share price and ST Engineering in bizarre tales SIAEC share price in bloodbath with Temasek Holdings The major catalyst for SIAEC share price is the potential privatization by SIA. Rumour of privatization had been ongoing for several years as SIA CEO Goh Choon Phong aggressively consolidated SIA’s portfolio assets in a bid to rationalize cost and create synergy among the Group entities. The consolidation eff
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-06-08 23:26:22
Rights Issue and Demerger of Sembcorp Marine from Sembcorp Industries (难兄难弟)
Temasek stocks of Sembcorp Industries (parent stock, SGX: U96) and Sembcorp Marine (subsidiary stock, SGX: S51) just announce 2 bundled corporate actions of rights issue for Sembcorp Marine and then demerger from Sembcorp Industries. In this article, Dr Tee will compare both Sembcorp stocks and share the possible causes and effects of such actions with deeper analysis. Recently, Temasek stock of Singapore Airlines, SIA (SGX: C6L) just completed the rights and mandatory convertible bonds (MCB) issues to inject extra capital to save the company from Covid-19 crisis encountered in airlines sector with over 90% drop in number of flights. Temasek would become the sponsor to take up additional rights and bonds if not taken up by other shareholders. Temasek may have modified the “res
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2020-06-08 06:38:14
SATS share price crashed to 5-year low
Sign up & unlock articles! Is it the end of the road for SATS share price? The aviation ground handling service provider is severely hit as the COVID-19 pandemic causes the entire air travel to come to a grinding halt. As a result, SATS share price plunged to a 5-year low. SATS share price SATS flying high in 2016 My last coverage on this counter was in 2017. That was when SATS share price was flying high and was trading at the $5.00 bandwidth. In those days, it certainly seemed that the sky was the limit for SATS share price. Nobody could have predicted that all it takes is a pandemic to cause SATS share price to fall down to earth. While everyone knows that the entire aviation industry is hit by the black swan event, what caught me by surprise is the resilience of SATS share pr
2020-05-21 08:58:38
Commentary: Shedding light on Singapore Airlines’ rights issue
First published in Straits Times on 21 May 2020 Many Singapore Airlines shareholders have approached the Securities Investors Association (Singapore), or Sias, seeking to clarify if they should subscribe to the upcoming rights issue. While Sias is not in a position to provide advice as to whether a shareholder should subscribe or not, your investment in Singapore’s flag carrier deserves a detailed discussion. Correspondingly, should non-existing shareholders also subscribe to the rights issue? 1. What is the outlook for the airline industry? The industry has been severely impacted by the pandemic but there are green shoots of recovery as countries look to reopen their borders. Singapore, Australia, Canada, South Korea and New Zealand have committed to resuming essential cross-border
Joanne Poh
2020-05-20 17:47:04
SIA (C6L) Guide — Singapore Airlines Share Prices, Dividends and Market News
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Dinesh Dayani
2020-05-20 13:22:59
Singapore Airlines (SIA) Issue Of Rights Shares & Rights Mandatory Convertible Bonds (MCBs): 5 Things You Need To Know
Many big and small companies have been affected by the social distancing and lockdown measures implemented on a global scale due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Perhaps none more so that Singapore Airlines (SIA), which has had to ground 185 of its 196 SIA, SilkAir and Scoot aircraft. Even after the lockdowns are eased and companies start normal operations, airlines may continue to be impacted as demand for air travel and tourism may not increase at the same pace as other industries. The Need For Cash Flow To Sustain Operations Even before global lockdowns intensified, SIA announced in late March various cost-cutting measures, including cutting 96% of its passenger capacity, deferring upcoming aircraft deliveries and payments as well as reducing the remuneration of company directors and managemen
Donovan Norfolk Ang's Market Analysis
Donovan Norfolk Ang
2020-05-18 09:04:03
Singapore Airlines (SIA): 18 May 2020, Monday
Singapore Airlines (SIA):18 May 2020, Monday(Click on the Technical Chart Above to Expand)Attached is the Technicals of Singapore Airlines (SIA), one of the top airlines in the world.It gives a possible glimpse to the plight of all airlines in the world -- when the strongest in the world is in a bad state, the weak ones would be far worse. On 4th April 2020, when SIA was at $5.50 I had said that the stock was a straight sell as it was in an immensely high pressure selling zone. It is $3.90 now. However, the worst is not over yet. Based on technical price structure, the TP of the breakdown is $3.25 for consolidation. Consolidation means the market needs to decide at $3.25 if the situation clears from there. If yes, there will be a consolidation breakup for buying; if not, there will be
2020-05-17 21:45:25
Seesawing between optimism and pessimism
The STI lost 2.6% over the week, possible after Fed chief Powell’s reality check on economic outlook; US economic data continued to be grim; SIA reported S$732m Q4 loss, analysts turned bearish; MSCI dropped 4 stocks and added one to MSCI Singapore Index; SGX to do away with Minimum Trading Price from 1 June; US-China Phase One trade deal on brink of collapse.   US Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell delivered reality check For most of the past two months, stocks have been supported by optimism that central banks and governments will do whatever it takes to ensure that financial markets will not crash. One major source of this optimism was a declaration by US Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell at the end of March that the Fed is prepared to indulge in unlimited “quantitative
The Fifth Person
Dean Goh
2020-05-12 13:35:22
Singapore blue chips: Are they a safe haven?
Blue-chip stocks are shares of larger, well-established companies with a long track record of financial stability and performance. These companies normally have national brand recognition and are leaders in their industry. A blue-chip stock is also usually included in major market indexes that serve as a benchmark for the country’s stock market. For example, blue chips like the FAANG stocks are included in the S&P 500 index, which measures the stock performances of 500 large companies listed on the U.S. stock exchanges. Singapore’s S&P 500 equivalent is the Straits Times Index (STI). The STI tracks the performance of the top 30 companies listed on the SGX. Hence, STI component stocks can be considered as Singapore’s blue chips that are listed on the SGX. Here is
2020-05-10 21:03:47
Worse economic news = better stock market performance
The STI lost 1.3% last week at 2,591.88; World equities continued to be supported by central bank, Govt stimulus and news of gradual reopenings; Wall St rose despite devastating jobs report; Eurozone’s manufacturing falls to “shocking’’ levels; UOB reported 19% 1Q earnings fall; OCBC’s drop was 43%; SIA’s shares traded ex-rights, underwent large volatility; company announced it expects full-year loss Equities ride on news of gradual reopening and official stimulus The Straits Times Index gained almost 6% in April, so perhaps a 33 points or 1.3% fall in the first week of May to 2,591.88 was to be expected. On the downside were disappointing earnings announcements both here, and in the US, and grim economic estimates all round, whilst on the upside was news that more countries

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