We have received an overwhelming number of requests for technical analysis on a few companies, but the bulk of the recent requests pertained to our taxi operator – ComfortDelgro (CDG).Since you asked for i...
This stock, together with an entire list of China-based companies listed on the Singapore Exchange, were known as S-chips – a high-growth, high-return group of stocks that went mostly belly up. Of the S-chips,...
The headlines paint a dire picture; retail is dying with the advent of E-Commerce. We have seen major retail stores like Macy’s or Sears struggle. US retail Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) have no doubt suffered. Will the same fate await Singapore retail REITs? Our analysis tells us to expect a mixed bag. Despite signs of significant impact on demand and rents, we believe Singapore retail space is not oversaturated, and the REITs are more prepared to withstand the effects as they accommodate the necessary changes.
The first half earnings season has drawn to a close as the focus now switches back to geopolitical news.
Having rallied from 2,898 points at the start of the year to close at 3,232 points on 6 September, the bellwether Straits Times Index (STI) has risen some 11.5% year-to-date – a remarkable feat and easily one of the best performers in Asia.
As a follow-up to what we wrote about UMS Holdings (UMS) in issue 570 of Shares Investment, we deem it fit to make a call based on technical analysis – for the short-term traders and long-term investors.
If you've already bought a ticket to our upcoming Shares Investment Convention 2017, thank you so much for your support and see you there on 16 September 2017 (Saturday)! If you're not convinced yet, some of these questions must be running through your head:
Keppel Corporation announced that its indirect subsidiary, Keppel AmFELS, has secured a contract worth over US$400 million (approximately S$544 million).
Best World has been one of the hottest stocks to debate ever since China's SAIC announced a statement that they will crack down on Pyramid Selling and Ponzi Scheme companies.
On 17 August 2017, we wrote a technical analysis piece on Best World International. We cited $1.08-$1.10 as a possible support zone...