SGX Listed Stock


SGD 5.000
-0.060 / -1.19%
Share Price as of: 2021-09-28 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1V61937297
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Industrials / Transportation / Airlines

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Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2021-09-28 14:59:38
5 Singapore Semiconductor and 5G Giant Stocks
In this Dr Tee 1hr video education (5 Singapore Semiconductor and 5G Giant Stocks), you will learn:1) Singapore Stock Market Outlook2) Long Term Investing / Short Term Trading on 5 Singapore Semiconductor and 5G Giant Stocks: – Valuetronics Holdings (SGX: BN2) – AEM Holdings (SGX: AWX) – Frencken Group (SGX: E28) – UMS Holdings (SGX: 558) – Micro-Mechanics Holdings (SGX: 5DD) 3) Bonus Stock Diagnosis and Audience Q&A – Thai Beverage (SGX: Y92) With super rally of 5G and semiconductor sector cycle, strong business earnings would help to support stock prices until the arrival of Dotcom or Technology Bubble Version 2.0. Investors need to learn to position in these giant stocks with investing or trading strategies, a
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2021-09-26 01:14:13
Integration of Long Term Growth Investing and Short Term Momentum Trading Strategies
In this Dr Tee 2hr video education (Integration of Long Term Growth Investing and Short Term Momentum Trading Strategies), interactive webinar hosted by IFAST Global Markets, you will learn:1) Global Stock Market Outlook – US and Singapore (Views in Long Term, Medium Term and Short Term) – Hong Kong / China (“Common Prosperity”, HK technology stocks correction)2) Impact of Political Economy on Global Stock Markets – Macroeconomy factors such as interest rate hike, QE (>US$2 Trillions) activation and tapering, etc.3) Integration of Long Term Growth Investing and Short Term Momentum Trading Strategies – LOFTP: Level / Optimism / Fundamental / Technical / Personal Analysis4) Giant Stocks (Long Term Investing vs Short Term Trading) for 4 Gro
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2021-09-26 01:09:08
4 Growth Investing and Momentum Trading Stocks (四大天王)
In this Dr Tee 2hr video education (4 Growth Investing and Momentum Trading Stocks), you will learn:1) US and Singapore Stock Market Outlook – Short term, medium term & long term2) LOFTP Investing Strategies for Growth Investing and Momentum Trading – Level Analysis (L1 Stock, L1 Sector, L3 Country, L4 World) – Optimism Analysis (0-100%) – Fundamental Analysis (Strong / Weak) – Technical Analysis (Follow-trend / Counter-trend) – Personal Analysis (Short Term Trading / Long Term Investing) 3) 4 US & Singapore Giant Stocks from 4 Promising Sectors – US Giant Finance Stock: BlackRock (NYSE: BLK) – US Giant Technology Stock: Alphabet / Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL) – Singapore Giant Luxury Stock:
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2021-09-26 01:08:13
Top 5 Factors of Global and Singapore REITs Investing (五星联珠)
In this Dr Tee 1hr video education (Top 5 Factors of Global and Singapore REITs Investing), you will learn:1) Singapore Stock Market Outlook – Short term, medium term & long term2) LOFTP Investing Strategies for REITs Investing – Level Analysis (L1 Stock, L1 Sector, L3 Country, L4 World) – Optimism Analysis (0-100%) – Fundamental Analysis (Strong / Weak) – Technical Analysis (Follow-trend / Counter-trend) – Personal Analysis (Short Term Trading / Long Term Investing) 3) 4 Case Studies of Global and Singapore REITs Giant Stocks – Singapore Giant Reit: CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust, CICT (SGX: C38U) – Singapore Giant Reit: Parkway Life REIT (SGX: C2PU) – Hong Kong Giant Reit: Link REIT (
Jorinda Hsu
2021-09-09 09:04:03
Cost Guide To Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTLs) [Brunei and Germany]
With about 83% of the population fully vaccinated, Singapore is better placed to open the economy further. As of 8 September 2021, the Government will be opening the Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTLs) for selected countries. Currently, the list only includes Brunei and Germany. Since the start of COVID-19, borders’ controls have tightened, and international travels are limited. Depending on where you are travelling to, most countries would require a quarantine period of at least 14 days. Apart from COVID-19 testing, the quarantine period of at least 14 days can be a safeguard to minimise the potential spread of COVID-19. However, this safeguard has been one of the main deterring factors for travellers, especially for tourists. Serving the quarantine is not only inconvenient but can als
Jorinda Hsu
2021-09-02 12:10:35
Here’s How The Stocks Within The Singapore’s Straits Times Index (STI) Have Changed Since 1998
With a history dating back to 1966, the Straits Times Index (STI) was originally coined as the Straits Industrial Index. After 30-odd years, the Straits Industrial Index was eventually succeeded by Straits Times Index on 31 August 1998. The reason for changing the index was to allow the index to cover more sectors and properly reflect the daily trading activities of stocks on SGX (or then-Stock Exchange of Singapore). Established by SPH, SGX and FTSE Russell, the index is reviewed on a semi-annual basis. Companies can be removed and added to the index based on their market capitalisation changes. Since STI’s official inception, the index has undergone several changes. The most recent major movement would be the replacement of SPH with Mapletree Industrial Trust on June 2020. Here, we com
The Fifth Person
Irving Soh
2021-08-19 15:16:27
5 things I learned from the 2021 Singapore Airlines AGM
COVID-19 has been a giant problem for airline businesses around the world, Singapore Airlines (SIA) notwithstanding. SIA, a national brand and arguably a representative of Singapore’s global image, recently held its AGM. I attended the meeting in the hopes of finding out more nuggets of useful information to evaluate recent performance. I was disappointed. I personally felt that the management could have given a clearer roadmap and timeline of how the airline plans to navigate its way out of the pandemic and eventually return to profitability. SIA’s AGM Responses to Shareholder Questions are available here, as is their presentation. Below, I’ve chosen to go over some of the information and add more colour to the details provided. To management’s credit, keep in mind that the
Agnes Goh
2021-08-14 12:57:53
SingapoRediscovers: Best Ways to Use Your Vouchers in 2H2021
The moment we have been waiting for has finally arrived! With rising vaccination rates in Singapore, the government has announced plans to transit the nation into an endemic model. With effect from 10 August 2021, fully vaccinated individuals are able to dine in, gather and visit friends in up to groups of 5. If you have been dying to hang out, and have yet to use your SingapoRediscovers vouchers (SRV), it’s time to put it to good use before it expires on 31 December 2021. Be it to unleash your inner child with a trip to fun attractions, self-pamper with a luxurious staycation, or uncover hidden gems in Singapore via a day tour, here are some of the best ways to use your vouchers with your loved ones. Read Also: Step-By-Step Guide To Redeeming Your $100 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (SRV)
The Fifth Person
Julian Kay
2021-07-21 11:42:01
15 things I learned from Temasek Review 2021
Temasek Holdings is a private investment company headquartered in Singapore. It invests in private and public-listed assets spanning a broad spectrum of geographies and industries. As of 31 March 2021, its portfolio value stands at S$381 billion. While Temasek is not a listed company that investors like us can buy into, it owns a significant stake in some of Singapore’s largest companies and its moves are closely watched by the investment community. Temasek Review is an annual event where key executives present the company’s fund performance, portfolio allocation, and investment decisions taken over the year. Leading the presentation was Managing Director Fock Wai Hoong. This was followed by a Q&A session for Temasek’s panel of executives to address questions from the
The Fifth Person
Adam Wong
2021-07-14 14:57:13
5 easy steps to pick the best dividend-growth stocks
Dividend investing is one great way to build an additional stream of passive income to supplement one’s lifestyle. If you are an income investor looking to receive a consistent stream of dividends, you want to be able identify companies that don’t just pay stable dividends, but also have the potential to increase them every year. Over the long term, this can help you achieve a double-digit yield! So how do you pick the best dividend-growth stocks for your portfolio? Here are five steps to help you pick the best dividend-growth stocks — using Sheng Siong Group as an example to illustrate the steps. Step 1: Business must be stable and resilient If you invest in a company for steady dividends, you want its business model to remain resilient in the long run — even dur
Singapore Stock Analysis | Opening Trading Account | Collin Seow
2021-06-04 03:34:12
3 Singapore blue chip stocks to watch [Q2 2021]
This article is for education purposes only, and not to be taken as advice to buy/sell. Please do your own due diligence before committing to any trade/investment. Singapore blue chip stocks with notable upgrades/downgrades by analysts [end-May 2021] Can we trust analysts’ reports? Throughout the years, we occasionally see analysts flip-flopping between buy and sell calls within several weeks. As investments are highly subjective to one’s view, the difference in perspective is understandable. However, it can lead to controversies as investors argue that there may be a hidden agenda behind them. A recent example would be in March 2021 when the market was hit with fears of higher interest rates. Analysts at JP Morgan issued an “underweight” position on both S-REITs and industrial REI
2021-06-01 18:31:35
Responses from SIA to SIAS – Questions on MCB Issuance
Reply from SIA to SIAS Questions on MCB Issuance published on 27 May 2021 1. Regarding your intentions to exercise the rights Mandatory Convertible Bond (MCB) issue of S$6.2 billion, in a bid to strengthen the Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group’s financial foundation and secure its industry-leading position, how critical is this issuance for SIA as a Group over the near- and longer-term? The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a global collapse in the demand for air travel and resulted in a significant decline in passenger revenues across all three airlines within the SIA Group. Without a domestic segment, the Group is vulnerable to restrictions on the free movement of people across national borders. During FY2020/21, the Group’s airline passenger traffic (measured in revenue passenger kilometre
2021-06-01 14:44:22
Monthly wrap for May 2021: Economic growth vs inflation made for a V-shaped month
The STI lost 54 points or 1.7% at 3.164.28 in May; Most of the loss came in the first fortnight after new waves of infections and new restrictions were announced locally; The bounce started in mid-month; Wall St remained firm despite inflation worries and Fed taper talk; Local market’s capitalization fell 1.3% to S$856.2b; Catalists’s market cap rose S$300m to S$13b; Among the significant corporate developments: Restructurings announced by SPH, Singtel and SemCorp Industries. The Index’s performance in May was V-shaped The Straits Times Index fell 54 points or 1.7% to 3,164.28 in a turbulent month that started with prices coming under pressure because of a sudden resurgence of COVID-19 cases around the world as well as locally before rebounding in line with Wall Street on hopes t
Timothy Ho
2021-05-29 18:15:08
4 Lessons Investors Can Learn From Investing In SIA (SGX: C6L) In 2020 & 2021
All of us are familiar with Singapore Airlines (SIA). As the national carrier of Singapore, SIA is a household name that most of us would have travelled on when we fly overseas. However, unless you, or someone close that you know, are working in SIA, chances are that most of us in Singapore would not have interacted with SIA much over the past 12 months. That said, if you are an investor in SIA (SGX: C6L) shares, then the past year would have been a roller coaster ride. In this edition of 4 Stocks This Week, we take a deviation from our usual feature of 4 stocks and instead, focus on 4 lessons that Singapore investors can learn from investing in SIA shares over the past year. #1 Some Government-Linked Companies Are Indeed Too Big To Fail Some of Singapore’s top companies are owned by sov
2021-05-23 17:30:56
The STI managed to regain some ground lost in previous week
Wall St’s inflation worries were main focus as STI rose 2% to 3,117.89; US Fed hinted at reducing asset purchases; Stocks bounced in second part of week on strong US economic data; Bitcoin plunged 28% after China tightened; SIA reported record S$4.3b loss, analysts reduced targets; Key medical suppliers have been in play; Maybank Kim Eng: new restrictions unlikely to derail recovery. The STI rebounded 2% after previous week’s 4.5% plunge Wall Street and its concerns over possible inflationary pressures provided the main focus last week. As always, the Straits Times Index tracked movements in the Dow futures, finishing the week a net 62 points or 2% at 3,117.89. This rise meant the index managed to recoup some of the 145 points or 4.5% it had lost the week before after additional cu
Timothy Ho
2021-05-15 19:46:16
4 Stocks Affected By Phase 2 (Heightened Alert): Sheng Siong (OV8); UG HealthCare (8K7); SIA (C6L); CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (C38U)
On 14 May 2021 (Friday), the Singapore government announced further tightening measures as COVID-19 community cases in Singapore continue rising over the past few weeks. From 16 May 2021 to 13 June 2021, Singapore will go into Phase 2 (Heightened Alert). As written in a DollarsAndSense Business article, these measures take us into a quasi-Phase 1 environment. Similar to Circuit Breaker and Phase 1, dining out will not be allowed, visiting of homes are capped at just two visitors per day while workers are, by default, supposed to work-from-home even though offices are technically still open. Not surprisingly, the financial market in Singapore took a beating due to the announcement. The benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) dropped by about 2.1% on 14 May 2021. As some of us may have known f
A Path to Forever Financial Freedom (3Fs)
2021-05-07 16:44:49
What Does Working In a Start-Up Feels Like?
Today, we'll talk about something that's more personal - my own working experience since joining the start-up scene.As an avid traveler in the past who have been keeping tabs on some of the world's most interesting places to visit, I was devastated as just about as many people have had due to the impact of the pandemic that has ferociously destroy the world for the past 1.5 years. Covid-19 has brought travel and tourism to a standstill - calamities that befell both smaller providers and tourists as we enter into a new paradigm of world without travel.Tourism - in particular for such a small city state of Singapore, is an important part of culture and revenue generator for the economy. Having a strategic location in the middle across many open borders, the service industry played a vit
2021-05-01 15:27:33
Monthly wrap for April 2021: Slow and steady
The STI gained 53 points or 1.7% at 3,218.27 during the month; The main reason was rising optimism of an economic recovery; and an accommodative US Fed; A firm Wall St provided the main support but concerns have arisen over large resurgence of virus cases in some countries; MAS said Singapore’s economy could grow 6% this year; MOM said job market is improving; DBS reported a record S$2.01b in 1Q profit; SGX issued consultation paper on SPACs; SPH to conduct strategic review Economic recovery hopes continue to provide support Stock prices in April continued to rise on the back of more signs of a slow and steady recovery in the global economy. On the upside was a firm Wall Street, where encouraging economic data helped the market to hit several new all-time highs during the month, whil
Angela Koo
2021-04-27 15:48:26
Singapore-Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble (ATB): 8 Things You Should Know As A Leisure Traveller
This article was originally published on 11 November 2020 and updated to reflect the latest information.  After a long hiatus, the Singapore-Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble (ATB) is finally back on track. Originally slated to start from 22 November 2020, the ATB was deferred due to the initial surge of COVID-19 community cases in Hong Kong. With the Air Travel Bubble, Singaporeans can travel to Hong Kong for leisure starting from 26 May 2021. This is the only leisure travel destination currently endorsed by the government; all other travel arrangements to other countries have been restricted for official and business purposes. Here are the 8 things you need to know about the Singapore-Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble (ATB) before you book that ticket and hop off our little island. Read Also: Fast

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