We previously covered three key drivers for the Singapore technology sector (M&A, Special dividends and earnings surprise) and in this article, we highlight five tech stocks that CIMB Research recommends with the potential of a positive surprise.
The technology sector has been driving the market’s year-to-date rally. The consensus outlook seems to favour the electronics cluster for its resilience, although there have been some concerns raised about its sustainability.
As much as we hate to admit it, technology conglomerates are one of the fastest growing companies. Despite concerns about a tech bubble possibly forming, we can't discount the very fact technology is an essential part of our lives.
The valuation in US tech giants has skyrocketed since the end of 2016. Investors are starting to get wary of the sky-high valuation of US tech giants. Thus, investors are now turning their focus to the other tech giants across the globe, specifically the Chinese tech giants.
Last week, a colleague of mine talked about uninstalling a game in his mobile device (which he had been playing for about a year) for the third time. For the previous two times, he had gone back to playing it because the game was simply too addictive. This time, he intends to part with the game for good by selling his high-level account. That would be a life-changing event.
Following our previous article on the ways that investors can buy into the technology sector, we zoom in to three interesting technology stocks among the many that DBS Research highlighted.
According to DBS Research, the technology sector boom is not about to stop. Moving forward, further strength from the semiconductor, smartphone and Internet of Things (IoT) markets could fuel growth and sentiments in the sector.
Addvalue Technologies Limited (Addvalue) announced on 12 April that it will be raising about S$6.0m to fund its space programme. It turned out that Addvalue has successfully tested a 20x10x10 cm terminal that when installed in low earth orbiting (LEO) satellites.
As much as I’d like to, I don’t “watch Netflix and chill”. Apart from being a well-known means to get laid watch the latest shows, another sexy thing about Netflix is that as of today, its share price has increased by around 943 percent from its initial public offering (IPO) price of US$15.
DBS has a prediction for 2017: If there are any theme plays in 2017, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and privatisation deals will be THE one. According to DBS, the wave of M&A and privatisation deals has gained momentum since last year.