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SGD 24.990
-0.170 / -0.68%
Share Price as of: 2021-03-02 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1M31001969
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Financials / Banks / Banks

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Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2021-01-31 01:34:45
6 Wee Cho Yaw Singapore Giant Stocks (光宗耀祖)
Mr Wee Cho Yaw (黄祖耀) is the Top 10 richest person in Singapore for decades.  An easy way of being rich is to be a long term business partner of these proven rich people through stock investing, ideally entering during COVID-19 stock crisis with discounted prices. In this article, you will learn from Dr Tee on 6 Wee Chow Yaw Family Giant Stocks in Singapore for longer term investing with COVID-19 recovery stock rally. Bonus for readers who could read every words of the entire article, learning unique strategy to position in each Wee family stocks. This investing strategy may be extended to any Top 10 richest person in any country. 1) UOB Bank (SGX: U11) 2) UOB Kay Hian (SGX: U10) 3) UOI (United Overseas Insurance) (SGX: U13) 4) UOL Group (SGX: U14) 5) UIC (
Singapore Stock Analysis | Opening Trading Account | Collin Seow
Collin Seow
2020-12-19 23:08:24
CPF Investment: Passive Income Guide for All Singaporeans
Today, we are going to share with you how to invest your CPF Investment Scheme (CPFIS) 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 their Ordinary Account (OA) and Special Account (SA) in various instruments such as investment-linked insurance products, unit trusts, fixed deposits, bonds, and shares in Singapore. The average CPF interest rate is 2.5% to 4% for the Ordinary Account. Check the latest CPF interest rate here. Below is the latest CPF rate (1st Oct to 31st Dec 2020).   Share this Infographic On Your Site </p><br /&g
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-12-13 02:26:39
Last Few Trains for COVID-19 Stock Crisis Recovery Rally
Global stock markets see strong light at the end of tunnel recently with confirmation of Biden as new US president and news COVID-19 vaccine over 90% effectiveness. During early phase of pandemic, Dr Tee students learned to apply defensive dividend stock strategies to consider Asian giant stocks at low optimism (average down strategy), balancing with growth investing / momentum trading (average up strategy) in bullish US giant stocks. The stock market this time is different from last 8 months of V-shape recovery limited to a few sectors (eg. Technology / Software, Healthcare / Glove, etc). There are sectors rotation, focusing more on cyclical stocks (eg. banks and oil & gas) and COVID-19 affected stocks are recovering quickly, resulting in global surge in share prices, over 10-40%
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:
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-09-05 01:33:45
Stock Market Updates with Bank Stocks and REITs
Global stock markets (S&P500, STI, KLCI, HSI, SSEC, etc) have been bumpy over the past few months. US Covid-19 condition is still critical, affecting the confidence of V-shape recovery of stock market, as well as the coming US presidential election in Nov 2020. Some investors worry of possible double dip, dare not take any action now. Crisis is always opportunity but an investor has to apply the right stock investing strategy.At the same time, Singapore stock market is lagging, major bank stocks, DBS Bank (SGX: D05), OCBC Bank (SGX: O39), UOB Bank (SGX: U11) are under correction after MAS guidelines to cap the dividend payment of banks to 60% of last year (implying if dividend yield is 6%, would become 6×0.6 = 3.6%), disappointing many passive income investors. However, the
Angela Koo
2020-08-27 11:52:42
[2020 Edition] The Richest In Singapore And How They Made Their Fortunes
The richest in Singapore has bucked the recession’s downward trend to emerge even wealthier than before. Forbes has recently updated their billionaire list and found that the collective wealth of those on the 2020 Forbes Singapore Rich List has risen US$37 billion to $167 billion, even as Singapore is going through a recession. Without farther ado, here are the top 10 richest in Singapore. A departure from previous years, this year’s top list includes names from technology and medical sectors. Read Also: Top 10 Richest People In Singapore 2019: How Much They’re Worth And How They Built Their Fortunes #10 Wee Cho Yaw Net Worth: $5.3B Sector: Banking At age 91, Wee Cho Yaw is a venerable main stay in Singapore’s billionaire list. Currently Chairman Emeritus of United Overseas Bank,
Phillip CFD
Phillip CFD
2020-08-25 11:39:59
Can Value be found in this 100-Year-Old Local Brand?
Can Value be found in this 100-Year-Old Local Brand? Published On: 24 August 2020 | 5:00 PM Jay Lin, Dealer Jay graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, specialising in Power Engineering. Our Approach is very much profiting from lack of change rather than from change. With Wrigley chew gym, it’s the lack of change that appeals to me ~ Warren Buffett; CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Good day Readers! A quick question for you: Think of a local born and bred Singaporean Brand that has gone international. What comes to your mind? Razer? OSIM? Creative Technologies? TWG Tea? Singapore Airlines? BreadTalk? Whilst asking friends and colleagues, these notable b
2020-08-17 08:49:49
Commentary: Valid reasons for MAS’ call to cap dividends
First published in Straits Times on 17 August 2020 Pre-emptive, prudent move ensures vital banking sector remains resilient, able to support lending amid virus crisis The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) recently instructed local banks and finance companies to cap their total dividends per share for the 2020 financial year at 60 per cent of total dividends paid last year, and offer investors the option of receiving payouts in shares, not cash. The move led to some raised eyebrows, primarily because the regulator has never before interfered in dividend policies, which are usually left to the discretion of directors. For example, a letter in The Straits Times on Aug 10 argued that many investors rely on dividends to help pay loans and mortgages. Indeed, it is likely that investors who r
Donovan Norfolk Ang's Market Analysis
Donovan Norfolk Ang
2020-04-14 23:11:20
Bank Stocks: 14 April 2020, Tuesday
Bank Stocks:14 April 2020, Tuesday(Click on the Technical Chart Above to Expand)Unload all bank stocks using this rebound, including DBS Bank, OCBC and UOB Bank and any country's bank stocks. Due to the Corona Virus Pandemic, interest rates are hammered to the floor. I am no longer bullish of banks with the forced artificially low interest rates that is here to stay for the next few years. It will become harder and harder for banks to earn money, and the financial sector's future will become bleaker in the next few years.DISCLAIMERThis analysis site, as well as the analyses in it, is created for the sole purpose of education, discussion, fundamental analysis knowledge sharing, technical analysis knowledge sharing, funds flow analysis knowledge sharing, general skills-knowledge sharing and

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