SGX Listed Stock

IHH HEALTHCARE BERHAD (SGX:Q0F)


SGD 1.750
0.000 / 0.00%
Share Price as of: 2019-11-19 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / MYL5225OO007
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Health Care / Health Care Equipment & Services / Healthcare Providers and Services


IHH Healthcare Blogger ArticlesIHH HEALTHCARE BERHAD Blogger Articles SGX Listed IHH HEALTHCARE BERHAD (SGX:Q0F) Blogger Articles Q0F.SI Blogger Articles
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Royston Yang
2019-10-10 08:10:59
5 Deadly Investment Sins: Part 2
This is the second part of a two-part series on the sin of anger, which is a common emotion investors experience when something goes wrong. The first part in the series addressed various methods to rein in the anger before it gets out of control, including setting up a “mood monitor,” doing careful and logical analysis, and waiting watchfully (and patiently). However, there are more proactive steps we can take to stay cool even when we encounter situations that are bound to rile us up. You should implement these practices during the normal course of investing in order to keep your temper in check. By preventing anger from rising to the surface, we as investors can end up making better-quality decisions. 1. Force yourself to take breaks from your investments As long-term invest
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Royston Yang
2019-10-10 04:45:14
2 Things Investors Should Know About IHH Healthcare Berhad
IHH Healthcare Berhad (SGX: Q0F) is a leading integrated healthcare provider and one of the largest healthcare groups in the world. The group operates over 15,000 beds across 80 hospitals in 11 countries such as Turkey, Singapore, Malaysia, India, and Brunei, and it provides the full spectrum of healthcare services from clinics to hospitals to quaternary care as well as ancillary services. IHH is a giant in the healthcare industry and is also dual-listed on both the Singapore Exchange and Bursa Malaysia. I decided to take a look at how the group derives its revenue and profit by region, as this was an easy way to understand the group’s massive operations. Note that the group recently acquired Amanjaya Specialist Centre and Fortis Healthcare in India, which helped to boost overall re
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Jeremy Chia
2019-09-13 09:38:51
Here’s How Much You Would Have Made If You Had Invested S$1,000 in Raffles Medical Group 20 Years Ago
Over the last five years, Raffles Medical Group Ltd (SGX: BSL) shares have tumbled 28% and now trade close to a five-year low. However, that is not to say that the healthcare giant has not been a massive winner over the longer term. Since it was listed in Singapore in 2000, the healthcare provider has grown at a breakneck pace, becoming one of Singapore’s most recognisable healthcare brands. Looking back I took a trip down memory lane to see how much an investor would have made if they had invested in Raffles Medical around 20 years ago. In 2000, shares of Raffles Medical traded at a split-adjusted price of 23.5 Singapore cents per share. Today, Raffles Medical shares exchange hands for around 96.5 Singapore cents. That equates to a 310.6% gain in that time frame. For perspecti
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Lawrence Nga
2019-09-12 08:33:34
Raffles Medical Group Ltd’s Share Price Plunged 20% in 2019. Here’s Why.
Raffles Medical Group Ltd (SGX: BSL) runs hospital and healthcare services in Singapore. It also has a network of clinics in five countries and thirteen cities. Furthermore, it has two hospitals (one under development) in China. Year-to-date, Raffles Medical’s share price declined by 20% from its peak of S$1.20. Here, let’s try to understand what might have caused the decline. The culprit There are many reasons that cause the stock price of a company to move. Generally, stock price movement is driven either by business performance or investor sentiments. The former is related to how a business performs in a given period, looking at metrics like growth, margins, production and others. Here, the ultimate driver is profit. The latter is driven more by investors’ overall moo
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Sudhan P.
2019-09-09 13:55:20
Raffles Medical Shares: Are They Cheap After Falling Over 10% This Year?
Raffles Medical Group Ltd (SGX: BSL) is a large private healthcare group with operations in many countries, including Singapore. With its closing share price at S$0.965 on Thursday, Raffles Medical’s shares have slumped around 12.3% and are languishing near their 52-week low. Contrarian investors may be wondering if it’s worth buying Raffles Medical’s shares given the falling share price. Let’s find out. Financial highlights No investment analysis is holistic without investigating the company’s historical financial performance. From 2014 to 2018, the medical outfit’s revenue and net profit have grown steadily. Source: Raffles Medical Group Ltd 2018 annual report Its top line improved by 6.9% per year, from S$374.6 million in 2014 to S$489.1 million in
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Lawrence Nga
2019-09-09 09:10:30
Investors Turned $100k Into $370k Investing in This Solid REIT
REITs are generally perceived as investments that give slow and steady returns to investors. In other words, they are “boring.” Yet, investing in REIT can generate significant long-term wealth for investors. Let’s look at one of those REITs that gave investors significant return over the last decade — about 270%! Parkway Life REIT The REIT that we’re talking about is Parkway Life REIT (SGX: C2PU), one of the largest listed healthcare real estate investment trusts (REIT) in Asia by asset size. The REIT has ownership over three private hospital properties locally and holds stakes in 46 healthcare-related assets in Japan. It also has strata-titled units/lots in Gleneagles Intan Medical Centre in Malaysia. How to make a fortune There are two parts to Parkway Lif
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Lawrence Nga
2019-09-06 09:40:14
Best Healthcare Stock: Raffles Medical Group Ltd or Singapore O&G Ltd?
Healthcare companies are generally considered “defensive” stocks since their services are needed in both the good and the bad times. Given their defensive nature and the current fears in the market about a recession, it is not surprising to see that investors are attracted to these stocks. For those who are seeking investment ideas in this sector, you might want to know which companies you should invest in. In this article, I’ll compare two companies that have exposure to this sector, namely Raffles Medical Group Ltd (SGX: BSL) and Singapore O&G Ltd. (SGX: 1D8). What I want to find out here is which of the two is the better deal now for investors. Valuation To find out which is cheaper, I’ll compare the valuation metrics of both companies. The three valuation
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Royston Yang
2019-09-05 09:13:47
Raffles Medical Group Ltd Is Hitting a Fresh 52-Week Low. Should Investors Be Concerned?
Raffles Medical Group Ltd (SGX: BSL) is one of the largest integrated healthcare providers in the region and provides a comprehensive suite of services ranging from primary to tertiary care. RMG owns the flagship Raffles Hospital in Bugis, runs one of the largest networks of private family medicine and health screening centres in Singapore, and has representative offices in many Southeast Asian countries such as Indonesia, Vietnam, and Cambodia. RMG has hit a fresh 52-week low yesterday, with its share price dipping briefly to S$0.96. Investors should note that the group had just opened the doors of its newly constructed 700-bed hospital in Chongqing, China, called Raffles Medical Chongqing, in January 2019. Currently, RMG is busy with the construction of its second 400-bed hospital in Ch
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Jeremy Chia
2019-09-04 10:17:29
3 Stocks to Watch
Here are some stocks that saw interesting developments in the past week. Dasin Retail Trust (SGX: CEDU) This China retail real estate investment trust (REIT) halted trading to announce the launch of a private placement to raise up to S$68.8 million. The new units will be issued at S$0.836 per new unit, around a 3% discount to the market price of S$0.86 before the trading halt. Approximately S$61.3 million of the money raised will be used to fund the purchase of Doumen Metro Mall, with the remainder used to pay for expenses and fees related to the placement and acquisition. The private placement, if fully subscribed, seems to be decent for existing unitholders as the new units are at a discount to book value and are only a slight discount to the prevailing market price. The new units also
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Royston Yang
2019-09-04 09:57:00
Creative Technology Just Reported a Full-Year Loss. Should We Ring the Alarm Bells?
Creative Technology Ltd (SGX: C76) is a homegrown technology and electronic products company. Founded in 1981, the group was famous for launching the Sound Blaster Pro sound cards in 1989 that make it a global leader back then. Creative has a channel distribution network in more than 80 countries in Asia, North America, and Europe. In its recent full-year 2019 (FY 2019) earnings report (the group has a 30 June fiscal year-end), Creative reported a 14% year-on-year decline in FY 2019 revenue as well as a loss of US$3.8 million. This was despite a litigation settlement amount of US$17.9 million recognised in the books, which meant losses would have exceeded US$20 million if this was adjusted out from the results. With such dismal numbers, should investors be worried? Unable to monetise Supe
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Jeremy Chia
2019-09-04 09:54:21
Is IHH Healthcare Bhd a Good Investment?
IHH Healthcare Bhd (SGX: Q0F) is one of the largest healthcare players in the region. It operates local hospitals such as Mount Elizabeth and Gleneagles as well as numerous other hospitals in Malaysia, Turkey, China, and India. It also has a stake in Parkway Life REIT (SGX: C2PU), which gives it a regular dividend. But the big question is: Does IHH make a good investment? Let’s find out. Earnings and growth prospects The healthcare giant recorded a good set of results in the first half of 2019, with core net profit up 4% on the back of a 38% surge in revenue. The contribution from its recently acquired Fortis Healthcare, which operates hospitals in India, was the main driver of growth this year. In Hong Kong, the group’s new hospital, Gleneagles Hong Kong, reported stable loss





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