SI Research: Singapore Press Holdings – The Struggling Monopoly

Home grown media organization Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), through publishing and distributing of newspapers and magazines as well as broadcasting of radio stations and free-to-air television channels since its incorporation in 1984, has enriched lives of Singaporeans across multiple languages and platforms.

Robust Earnings Season Lifts Global Stock Market

In line with market’s expectation, Federal Reserve’s (Fed) latest meeting on 25 – 26 July ended with interest rates being left unchanged. Coupled with strong corporate earnings, in particular from iphone maker ...

SI Research: Centurion Corporation – Bright Prospect Ahead

Recently, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC reported a 20-year annualised real rate of return of 3.7 percent above global inflation on its portfolio for the period ended 31 March 2017, which dipped slightly from the four percent return last year.

SI Research: How To Make Money Using The 52-Week Low Section

In this article on how to profit using Shares Investment, we present yet another feature that will be beneficial to investors. As a value investor, the 52-week low section is the place where we will often look at from time to time whenever we wish to search for value. The 52-week low is the lowest price that a stock has traded at over the last one-year period.

Markets Bobble On Mixed Signals

Markets seemed to bobble, lacking a clear trend in either direction over the last two weeks. The Fed’s latest meeting found policymakers divided over the timing to unwind their massive balance sheet. Over the f...

SI Research: iFAST Corporation – A Game Changer In The Making

Philip Fisher was an American stock investor, best known as the author of “Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits” first published in 1958 as well as a pioneer in the field of growth investing. In the book, Fisher laid down his 15 points to look out for in a common stock, and one of them highlighted his penchant for game changers – defined as a company that adapts its business strategy to form an entirely new business plan in order to compete with its competitors, and more often in the process changes the way that something is usually done, the ways of thinking or how products are made.