An attractive stock is one with strong fundamentals sweetened by undemanding valuation that are compelling enough for investors. Here are two stocks touted to be worth accumulating at their current share price.
As the June holiday season comes to an end, many would have returned from their vacations overseas feeling well rested as they go into the second half of the year. An essential part of the travelling experience includes staying at comfortable hotels for a much-deserved rest. Seasonally, hospitality sector tends to see higher activities in the later part of the year and hence why hospitality-related stocks tend to perform more positively.
The telco industry has been heating up with the much-anticipated entry of the fourth telco and mobile network operato TPG Telecom by the end of the year.
Avid travellers must have learned of the news about the impending increase in Passenger Service Charges (PSC) in Changi International Airport starting next month (1st July 2018). The rise in PSC charged per passenger will have an impact on the aviation industry in Singapore and investors should read on to find out the effect of the increased fees.
The increase in interest rates led by the Federal Reserve signals a generally healthy economy which should bode well with the banking sector. The current environment is still encouraging for investments as well as consumption. This would lead to growing needs for more loans to finance spending.
As ESR-REIT and Viva Industrial Trust (VIT) are planning to merge to form Singapore’s fourth largest industrial REIT with their combined Asset Under Management (AUM) to hit $3 billion. How investors can stand to gain from this merger?
As Uber officially exited the Singapore market, many riders were lamenting about how taxi fares have seemed to have gone up. Since Uber’s exit, Grab – the remaining private ride-hailing company – has been offer...
As we begin to enter the second half of 2018, DBS came up with some investment strategies that investors should adopt when approaching the stock market
The plantation sector is set to post a weak set of result this year. Investors should see the weaker-than-expected 1Q18 performance as a cautionary sign.
According to Warren Buffett, we should be buying stocks “within our circle of competence, that is the businesses that we do understand strongly. In that case, retail investors, like most consumers, are more likely to be familiar about the retail perspective. In this article, we take a look at something close to heart - the grocery sector.