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Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-08-09 19:49:15
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:
2020-05-27 08:55:01
Don’t let market clobber you again
First published in Straits Times on 24 May 2020 Investors should learn lessons from Clob saga 20 years ago It has been 20 years since I formed the Securities Investors Association Singapore (Sias) to help small investors who had invested in Malaysian shares that used to trade in Singapore on the platform known as Clob International (Central Limit Order Book). Clob was an over-the-counter market set up to enable Singapore investors to continue trading some 180 Malaysian shares after the Kuala Lumpur and Singapore stock exchanges went their separate ways in 1990. It proved very popular with investors here, with prices regularly doubling and tripling in a short space of time. They enjoyed speculating, which became the name of the game. But in 1999, during the Asian financial crisis, the Malay

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