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SI Research: Major Catalysts For Yongnam Holdings

Yongnam’s performance in 2017 was dragged down by the sluggish performance in construction sector following the downturn in property market. Undeterred by the challenges, shareholders of Yongnam Holdings were rewarded by over 57.4 percent gains in the share price to $0.31 as at 29 December 2017. Backed by the first increase in property prices for the past three years, analysts estimate a recovery in the property market which will uplift the construction sector.

Laggard Play For Thai Beverage And BreadTalk Group

Following a year of relative underperformance and caution investing, the consumer sector is heading towards a more optimistic outlook in 2018. So far, Singapore has been weak with consumer staples underperforming and consumer discretionary remaining flat. However, DBS has singled out Singapore for its laggard performance as a key driver in 2018.

Play The Malaysian Mid Caps For 1H18

After a dip in form in 2016, Malaysia’s economy rebounded strongly in 2017. Stabilisation in the commodities sector, a strong turnaround in external demand for manufactured goods, a rebound in spending by consumers and recovery in tourist arrivals propelled the economy to meet consensus economic growth forecast for 2017.

SI Research: Recovery Signs For Negatively Plagued Midas Holdings?

While most shares benefited from the Bull Run in 2017, with the Straits Times Index rising by 18.7 percent, the shares of Midas Holdings fell over 60 percent to an all-time low of $0.092 in December 2017. This was on the back of news that there will be an extension of maturity date of its US$30 million notes to 23 November 2018, which will further restrict the company’s assets and increase its obligations.

3 Stocks To Ride On Hospitality Upcycle

As famous investor Warren Buffett once said: Never invest in a business you cannot understand. It is important for investors to remember that to be committed to an investment for the long haul, we need to be able to understand the business itself. Therefore, we will be highlighting three stocks that most readers will know and understand, and may want to add to their portfolios.

SI Research: Buy The Dip For Cityneon Holdings?

Since hitting the high of $1.23 in October 2017, shares of Cityneon Holdings‘ (Cityneon) share price has corrected over 20 percent to the current $0.97. Prior to its huge share price run-up, Cityneon added yet another intellectual property rights (IPR) for blockbuster franchise, Jurassic World.

3 Companies Increasing Production To Drive Growth

Investing in companies that grow and expand over time is one of the goals that many investors will be interested in as profits are expected to rise correspondingly to enrich the shareholders. To grow, companies can choose to expand organically by increasing their production numbers to increase revenue and profits. In this article, we will be highlighting 3 firms that are increasing their production level to drive growth.

5 REITs To Consider Picking Up In 2018

Following our earlier article on the outlook of REITs in 2018, here is a selection of the top REIT picks recommended by CIMB and DBS that investors can consider picking up.
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3 Undervalued Mid-Cap Stocks To Accumulate

Investors are always on the lookout for undervalued stocks. Companies often go through cyclical ups and downs, and when a company has a solid foundation but is going through a temporary rough patch, it may be a good time to invest in the stock while waiting for a recovery. In this article, we will look through three stocks that analysts believe to be undervalued.


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