The Straits Times Index (STI) has been extending its losses over the past month as investors continue to take profit ahead of key events.
In the past month, the Straits Times Index (STI) managed to register one of its best monthly performance since the start of the year. But how can investors invest to achieve a better than market return in the month of August?
We zoom in to the first three stocks that DBS Research accentuates as their preferred alpha picks for 2H17 under the “Betting On Alpha” investment theme.
In our previous article, we highlighted the ‘Yay’ and ‘Nay’ sectors that investors should invest in or avoid in the Singapore market. In this article, we will look at the four alpha picks that CIMB Research recommends going into 2H17.
With the US military strike against Syria under protest of the Russians, how should investors position themselves to protect or gain from the rising geographic risks? In this article, several REITs and stocks are highlighted to help you in such situation.
Raffles Medical Group (RMG) recently announced the acquisition of a 28,000 square meters land site in Chongqing with an in-construction building for Rmb188m, meant for the construction of a 700-bed international tertiary general hospital targeted to be completed by 2Q18.
Based on the investment themes that DBS Research highlighted in their 2017 outlook report, here are four stocks that could ride on those investment themes. This article originally appeared on our eBook.
John Schwinghamer, best-selling author and portfolio manager with a major bank in Montreal, once wrote in his book “PurpleChips” presenting an innovative method of stock investing by simply buying only into Purple Chips – a term he coined to describe high-quality and low-risk blue chips companies.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, about half of all new establishments survive five years or more and about one-third survives for 10 years or more.
Investors’ Corner (Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust, Q&M Dental Group (S’pore), SIIC Envt Hldgs, Thai Beverage Public Co)
Following the UK’s surprising vote to exit the European Union on 23 June, Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust’s (MGCCT) share price has increased 14.4%. However, we believe MGCCT remains undervalued relative to its peers.