SGX Listed Stock

JAPFA LTD. (SGX:UD2)


SGD 0.925
-0.015 / -1.60%
Share Price as of: 2021-01-26 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1AB9000005
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Consumer Staples / Food, Beverage & Tobacco / Food Products


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Just my thoughts on investing
Oldman
2020-12-27 10:56:20
2020 Look Back
In a few days time, we will welcome 2021. 2020 has been a strange year. For many of us, some of the norm and stuff that we are so used to do has changed. I am sure many hope that this pandemic will be over soon. It is also a strange year for investors, fist witnessing market crashing almost everyday and followed by fierce FOMO re-bounced. For the braved ones, it has been rewarding but like most investors, my portfolio was ugly red during the March crashed.Here is a summary of how I have done. My overall portfolio performance as follow:Dividend received = $18,917Profit from sale of stocks = $19,804Trading = $1593 (45%)  (started in Oct. as experimental)Total profit 2020 = $40,314Below are my worst performing counter:Sing O&G (-25%)Halycon agri (-16%) - TradingSilverlakes
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-10-25 03:41:49
48 Singapore Food & Beverage Stocks (民以食为天)
During crisis, a consumer may not able to afford luxury products but still need to eat and drink to survive. Therefore, an investor may consider 48 Food & Beverage (F&B) stocks in Singapore, especially those defensive growth stocks. In this article, you will learn from Dr Tee on 9 Singapore F&B Giant Stocks which are efficient in making money with food as essential products (consumer staples) but having mixed impacts during COVID-19 stock crisis. Bonus for readers who could read the entire article: a strategy to eat and drink for free for lifetime. 1) Supermarket F&B Stocks – Sheng Siong (SGX: OV8) – Dairy Farm International (SGX: D01) 2) Restaurant F&B Stocks – Japan Foods Holding (SGX: 5OI) – Old Chang Kee (SGX: 5ML)
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2020-07-27 08:01:30
10 Companies That Beat The Straits Times Index (STI) In The First Half Of 2020
The first half of 2020 has seen heightened volatility in stock markets across the globe, mainly due to COVID-19 fears and its subsequent impact on businesses. Nevertheless, many uncertainties including the ongoing US-China trade war, Brexit, oil collapse as well as geopolitical tensions in the middle east continue to impact companies and the global economy. Straits Times Index’s Return In The First Half Of 2020 In Singapore, our benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) has dipped nearly 20% in that time. As we can see from the chart below, the STI dipped as much as 31% from the beginning of the year to its deepest trough in March 2020. It then staged a rebound, recovering over 25% by the middle of June. It has subsequently trended downwards by about 8% till today. Source: SGX This is not





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