Geopolitical worries (specifically North Korea) continue to impact the overall market sentiment, especially in Singapore. No one knows when the North Korean leader might make a drastic move, which is undoubtedl...
In this uncertain and volatile climate, many investors (and maybe even traders) might rush to holding more dividend stocks.Popular local financial blogger AK is huge on dividend stocks, simply because to him, investing for income is a very good way to achieve financial freedom. But how do we know if dividend stocks really suit us?
Amidst the uncertainty and volatility, blue chip stocks might be better for investors who do not wish to be part of the market speculation. Here are 4 blue chip stocks that CIMB highlighted for a 2017 portfolio.
2016 proved to be a volatile year with multiple political events and weak corporate earnings. Overall, the market still saw growth despite all the challenges in the year.
Singapore is well known to be one of the most expensive countries in the world to own a car. Given the high costs of car ownership, most people living in Singapore turn to public transport for their daily commute.
Local experienced financial analyst and founder of Voyage Research gives us his two cents about three global economic issues that investors should worry about in 2016.
During the annual general meeting of Bank of East Asia (0023), those who sought to challenge the management rights of Sir David Li Kwok-po and family won support votes below 30 per cent – a level deemed insufficient.
Bank of Communications Co Ltd (03328) has started a good momentum for mainland banking shares— it managed to maintain a one-per-cent growth despite observers' poor outlook of its performance. Another important information is that its dividend remains unchanged. As of today, almost all mainland banking shares have become high-dividend shares.
Not long ago we have summarised the main takeaways from Warren Buffett’s annual letter to his shareholders. He also gave an interview to CNBC. Coupled with the latest Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) disclosure of his holdings, we can have a clearer view of the current market rout through the Oracle of Omaha.
Australian Hedge Fund Manager: Shares Getting Expensive; Consider Blue Chips Instead of Defensive Stocks
Australian hedge fund manager, Hamish Douglass has an advice for investors; play safe. Douglass heads Magellan Global Equity Fund, which outperformed 99 percent of its peers and has a total asset under management (AUM) of $9 billion overseen by him. Last year, he decided that it was time to play safe and has not yet changed his view for near term.