SGX Listed Stock

GREAT EASTERN HLDGS LTD (SGX:G07)


SGD 18.200
-0.100 / -0.55%
Share Price as of: 2020-10-26 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1I55882803
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Financials / Insurance / Insurance


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sgwealthbuilder
2020-10-21 09:43:04
OCBC share price held ransom by Great Eastern
Sign up & unlock articles! Is it the right time and right place for OCBC share price? At Price/Book Value of 0.805, OCBC share price is trading below its book value, no thanks to the fallout from COVID-19 pandemic. Yet against the backdrop of Singapore’s Phase 3 reopening, will OCBC share price be able to ride on the coming recovery? On a quarter-to-quarter basis, Singapore’s GDP expanded by 7.9% due to the robust showing from the manufacturing sector. Being the bellwether of the economy, bank stocks are proxy to the country’s economic condition. In this regard, the coming third quarter business update will be a baptism of fire for OCBC share price as investors will be scrutinizing the performance of OCBC’s insurance subsidiary, Great Eastern. What can float a boat can al
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Sim Kang Heong
2020-10-16 01:23:49
Complete Guide To Buying A CareShield Life Supplement Plan
By now, most of us would be familiar with CareShield Life, which is the national disability income insurance scheme that came into force on 1 October 2020. Essentially, CareShield Life provides lifelong monthly payouts for claimants who cannot perform 3 of 6 Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). In 2020, the monthly payout amount is $600 per month, and is set to rise by 2% each year so long as no claims are made. Like its hospitalisation insurance cousin, MediShield Life, supplements to CareShield Life can be bought from private insurers to provide enhanced benefits. Here’s what you need to know about buying a supplement for your CareShield Life plan and what additional benefits you can receive. Read Also: Complete Guide To Understanding CareShield Life What Are CareShield Supplements? Care
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Angela Koo
2020-10-06 08:06:48
Complete Guide To Understanding CPF’s Dependants’ Protection Scheme (DPS)
Following CPF’s announcement on 2 October 2020 regarding the revisions to the Dependants’ Protection Scheme (DPS), you may be surprised to find out that you are covered under DPS and have been doing so since you made your first CPF contribution. While Medishield Life and Careshield Life are compulsory health insurance plans that have received much public attention, most Singaporeans have not given much thought to DPS prior to the announcement. According to CPF Board, 1.9 million CPF members are covered under DPS as of the end of 2019. This means a significant number of Singaporeans are affected by the DPS changes. Here’s all you need to know about DPS and the changes that would be implemented on 1 April 2021. What Is Dependants’ Protection Scheme (DPS)? Implemented since 1989,
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Sim Kang Heong
2020-09-20 09:37:08
4 Stocks This Week (Insurance) [18 Sep 2020] Prudential; Great Eastern; UOI; SingReinsurance
Just a week ago, a huge piece news was unveiled in Singapore’s insurance space. Aviva sold its Singapore unit to homegrown digital insurer Singapore Life (Singlife) in a deal valued at $3.2 billion, which makes it the largest of its kind in Singapore, and one of the largest in South East Asia. Singlife has said that moving forward, it plans to continue expansion and seeks to list on SGX. Singlife founder and CEO told Reuters that: “Our ambition is ultimately to list in Singapore. As a publicly listed company of the future, that gives ownership of our firm into a much more broad-based community.” Singlife’s listing would be a welcome addition to the insurance and financial services sector on SGX, which has remained resilient amidst the difficult economic environment brought about by
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-09-18 19:15:43
Singapore and Malaysia National Giant Stocks (国庆财股)
Both Singapore and Malaysia celebrate National Day in the month of August. It is timely to share the 4 National Giant Stocks in each country which preserve the national wealth. Learn from Dr Tee on how to position these stocks during COVID-19 stock crisis. 4 Singapore National Stocks: 1) DBS (SGX: D05) 2) Singtel (SGX: Z74) 3) OCBC (SGX: O39) 4) UOB (SGX: U11) 4 Malaysia National Stocks: 1) Maybank (Bursa: 1155) 2) Top Glove (Bursa: 7113) / (SGX: BVA) 3) Hartalega (Bursa: 5168) 4) Public Bank (Bursa: 1295) Stock market is a hidden way to preserve and grow the national wealth. For Singapore SGX, there are 30 large cap stocks in STI Index (^STI), which can be sorted below by size of market cap (share price x number of shares) with ROE (Return on Equity):
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-09-05 02:53:12
30 Singapore Banking and Finance Stocks (狮城财神)
The best way to make money is to let money make more money. In this article, you will learn 30 Singapore Banking & Finance Stocks which are efficient in making money with money for investors, focusing in 6 groups of stocks (with strategies for 3 major bank stocks: DBS, OCBC and UOB): 1) Bank Stocks2) Finance Stocks3) Insurance Stocks4) Stock Broker Stocks5) Pawnbroker Stocks6) Investment and Other Stocks There are only 30 Banking & Finance stocks in Singapore, relatively less than other sectors as Singapore has tighter regulation in finance sector for services such as lending money (limited licenses available): AMTD IB OV (SGX: HKB), B&M Hldg (SGX: CJN), DBS Bank (SGX: D05), Edition (SGX: 5HG), G K Goh (SGX: G41), Global Investment (SGX: B73), Great Eastern (SGX:
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SCG8866T
2020-09-02 23:43:43
Portfolio Review June 2020
Please click and read this disclaimer if you wish to continue with the contents below.Bench marking myself against STI and World Index:For last month's portfolio review click here Year to date:STI Index: -12.19%World Index: +0.35%My Portfolio: -6.6%Three years trailing:STI Index: -10.84%World Index: +15.54My Portfolio: +10.7% Year to date, I outperformed STI by 5.59% and under performed the World Index by 6.25%. Three years trailing, I outperformed STI by 21.54% and under performed the World Index by 4.84%.Portfolio composition:Transactions:Added more APT Satellite(HK:1045), Dream Intl(HK:1126), Tracker Fund(HK:2800), SwireProperties(HK:1972), FSY(HK:1448) and Alibaba(HK:9988)Commentary:STI ETF(SG:ES3) saw a 27% rise from the March lows likely due to iShare MSCI STI demand(lin
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SCG8866T
2020-08-21 14:10:01
Portfolio Review August 2020
Please click and read this disclaimer if you wish to continue with the contents below. Bench marking myself against STI, HKSE and World Index: For last month's portfolio review click here  Year to date: STI Index: -19.39% HK Index: -6.89% World Index: +1.85% My Portfolio: -5.41% Three years trailing: STI Index: -18.04% HK Index: -3.11% World Index: +17.04% My Portfolio: +11.89% Year to date, I outperformed STI by 13.98% and HK by 1.48%, under performed the World Index by 7.26%%. Three years trailing, I outperformed STI by 29.93% and HK by 15%, under performed the World Index by 5.15%. Portfolio composition: Transactions: Sold all of my Great Eastern(SGX:G07) at 19.42 for a small profit  B
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Blade Knight
2020-08-10 06:50:16
Investment Portfolio Updates-9th August 2020
It has been a long time since I last updated my investment portfolio. The March'20 market crash was very sudden. I have remained invested mostly throughout this dark period. The major change I made was to shift out more of my more stable REITs from my CDP account into the margin account to avoid the possibility of a margin call in the event of a sucker's rally and to prepare for another potential market crash.1. Retail REITsThe retail REITs which I am holding in the margin account such as SPH REIT, Frasers Centrepoint Trust and Lendlease right now are still down by 20% to 30% from the pre-market crash. Dividends have been cut drastically also. I remain cautiously optimistic that once the COVID-19 vaccine become successfully rolled out by end of the year or early next year, the devastating
Investment Moats
Kyith
2020-07-16 08:47:15
The Cheapest Term Life Insurance in Singapore **Updated July 2020**
Life insurance coverage against death, TPD and critical illness is necessary and most people I know do not have adequate coverage. They think it is expensive to get themselves adequately covered. However, that is not the case. Adequate life insurance can be affordable, yet leave you with good cash flow to live life. First and foremost, the reason we sign up for life insurance is for protection not investments or savings. When we purchase insurance, we sought to address a particular health risk that would create monetary challenges for ourselves or our loved ones. Some of the most common challenges are: The risk that if you passed away, your loved ones will have a difficult time getting on with their lives, servicing still outstanding debts and mortgages. We buy life insu
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Jude Tan
2020-06-30 11:00:27
Beginners’ Guide To Understanding How Cancer Insurance Plans In Singapore Work
Cancer cases have been steadily rising over the years. According to statistics from the National Cancer Centre Singapore, one in every 4 to 5 people in Singapore may develop cancer in their lifetime. Besides having to deal with the financial cost of cancer when diagnosed with the illness, other notable expenses include regular check-ups, medications, transportation and engaging a helper at home. This comes together with the burden of not being able to work and provide income for a period of time for dependents or for self. While citizens can tap on to government subsidies, such as MediSave and MediShield, for their treatment, there are limits to such subsidies, and non-medical costs are excluded from coverage. That is why having a comprehensive private health insurance can help to soften t
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Kyith
2020-05-25 08:18:01
Reviewing the Great Eastern MaxSave Plus – 2.54% Yield a Year after 18 Years
I have a friend who knows that I collect the returns of these matured insurance savings plans. I wish to satisfy my thirst to find out how close or far they are off the projections that their insurance adviser showed them in the past. You can review all the past insurance endowment returns my friends and readers have provided me in Does your Insurance Saving Plans (Endowment) give you 3 to 5% returns? I known my friend for some time first as a customer in my old company and then as a colleague when he joined us sometime later. After servicing his Great Eastern MaxSave Plus for 18 years, it has finally matured and will get back his principal and returns. The statement my friend receive recently. My friend put in $102.40 as a forced saving every month for 18 years. The
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sgwealthbuilder
2020-05-10 22:48:42
OCBC share price in horror show
Sign up & unlock articles! Will OCBC share price sink or swim? On 8 May 2020, OCBC announced a set of poor Q1 FY2020 business update that saw the number 2 bank in Singapore recording the worst financial performance among the three local banks. While COVID-19 pandemic had been cited by OCBC CEO as the culprit for the subpar performance, investors must be wondering how on earth did OCBC manage to fare so badly against the other two banks. OCBC share price in explosive free fall OCBC share price in devastating bloodbath OCBC share price to increase three-fold in decade? OCBC share price led to my first investment in decade On a year-on-year basis, net profit plunged 43% to reach an abysmal $698 million. This is the lowest as compared to DBS ($1.17 billion) and UOB ($855 million). OC
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2020-01-02 17:05:51
Dividend and portfolio update dec 2019
Dividend by month1) singtel lianbeng2) fcot sgx  starhillg fct sphreit cmt  capitaretail capitacom mit suntec dbs hsbank3) spost  taisin  nam lee hkland hsbank petronas4) hsbc5) fcot steng sgx  uob sph starhillg fct sphreit cmt cdg hcg Singre teckwah mit sci suntec  hlf ocbc ge6)  netlink hsbank maybank petronas dbs7) singpost  tcil hsbc8) fcot singtel  plife  suntec ocbc  starhill sci steng fct singpost sphreit cmt ock  capitacom  siaen mit sats uob cdg sci ksh gpi dbs9)   hlf teckwah singre capitaretail  petronas hsbank ge hsbc10) sgx tcil lian beng hkland hsbc  maybank11) fcot taisin sgx spost  starhillg fct cmt siaen mit suntec dbs sia netlink hsbc12) sph ksh ock sats  ksh gpi  petr
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2019-10-14 10:12:26
Great Eastern: Downtrend to continue for shorts? Sellers still seems to be in charged! Price 21.75
Just 3 weeks back, we spotted Great Eastern approaching the KEY 23.00 support dangerously…It has been pushing lower after each consolidation since August and hence there were definitely some signs of weakness…In fact, trend indicators were also pointing to more downside…Some downside targets were drawn with a potential break down of 23.00 expected eventually..See what I mean below…Buyers seems like that were not able to hold any longer and sellers were attempting to regain control again..Over the next few days after spotting, indeed, the break down occurred at 23.00 and sellers took price lower…Target were again reiterated with a sell down towards 22.00 expected next…That was the next crucial support based on prices 2 year back where it held,And this is also where we may start





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