Showing posts with label Stocks screener. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Stocks screener. Show all posts

Friday, May 26, 2017

FIVE GOOD SINGAPORE STOCKS

The recent episode about the southing of Noble Group stock price as well as recent sagas over beleaguered offshore and marine stocks highlight the importance of good fundamentals for listed entities. From all these years of my investing experience, before an investor could even talk about a stock being a growth stock, the investor has to better ensure that the company he or she invests in has essentially low or zero debt. And to ensure that his pick is a valued one, the investor could invest in stocks which are undervalued.

Here are Five Singapore stocks with the lowest Debt-to-Equity ratio (maximum of 0.50%) and having a very low Price-to-Book ratio (maximum of 0.50):

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

ARE THESE THE TOP 12 BILLION-CAP SINGAPORE STOCKS?

$A68U $C61U $AU8U $F25U $ND8U $ACV $NS8U $K71U $D5IU $RW0U
There are currently 12 Singapore stocks with a market capitalization of at least $1 billion and offering at least 5% dividends yields which are currently undervalued (having a Price-to-Book ratio of below 1. These 12 stocks are:

Sunday, May 14, 2017

ARE THESE SIX SMALL-CAP STOCKS ATTRACTIVE BUYS?

There are currently six small-cap stocks with market capitalization of less than $100 million each which are under-valued up to a maximum of a Price-to-Book ratio of 0.50. This means that investor buying these stocks are paying less than 50% of what the stocks are worth each. In addition, these six stocks are paying a dividend of more than 4% each. What are these stocks? Without further ado, let me reveal this list of six small-cap stocks:

Thursday, May 11, 2017

ARE THESE TEN UNDERVALUED DEBT-FREE STOCKS GOOD BUYS?

Undervalued, Debt-Free stocks
On the Singapore stocks markets, there are currently 10 stocks which are trading below a Price-to-Book ratio of less than 1 (i.e. undervalued) and are almost debt free (with a maximum debt-to-equity ratio from 0.02% to 0.1%). The list of the ten stocks ranked from the stock with the lowest to highest debt-to-equity ratio is below.

Monday, May 8, 2017

WILL YOU BUY THESE FOUR SINGAPORE STOCKS?

When investors invest in stocks, they are actually investing in the companies behind the stocks, no matter how stock prices fluctuate as over time, it is the performance of the company which will have a greater effect on the stock price. No investor wants to invest in a loss-making company with lots of debt and no profits to show for.

IS THIS THE BEST SINGAPORE STOCK NOW?

In the previous post , I blogged about 12 Singapore stocks which have attractive fundamental metrics that investors may just want to take note of. To recap, each of the 12 stocks pay a minimum dividends of 5% and have a net profit margin of at least 20% in the last fiscal year; numbers which are respectable in each of the aforementioned parameters. Also, these stocks are trading below a Price-to-Book ratio of 1, which means that they are undervalued. And these 12 stocks are chosen from stocks with a market capitalization of at least $500 million to ensure that these stocks have a certain size in terms of market capitalization.

Sunday, May 7, 2017

ARE THESE THE 12 BEST SINGAPORE STOCKS NOW?

Singapore Best Stocks
There are currently 12 Singapore stocks which meet the criteria of most investors who look at stocks in the fundamental sense. Each of the 12 stocks pay a minimum dividends of 5% and have a net profit margin of at least 20% in the last fiscal year; numbers which are respectable in each of the aforementioned parameters. Also, these stocks are trading below a Price-to-Book ratio of 1, which means that they are undervalued. And these 12 stocks are chosen from stocks with a market capitalization of at least $500 million to ensure that these stocks have a certain size in terms of market capitalization. So what are these 12 stocks? Well, without further ado, let me share the names of these stocks with readers now.

Thursday, May 4, 2017

WILL THIS SMALL CAP STOCK CONTINUE TO RALLY?

Moya Holdings Asia stockMOYA HOLDINGS ASIA stock has continued to rally for two consecutive days on 2nd May 2017 and 3rd May 2017. Notably significant was the rally yesterday on the back of an increased relatively higher volume of 28.4 million stocks. The longer-term moving averages of 100 Days-Moving-Average, 200-Days-Moving-Average are rising and what is positive is the shorter-term moving averages of 50- Days-Moving-Average, 20- Days-Moving-Average converging and seems poised for a rebound.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

HOW TO SPOT A MULTI-BAGGER STOCK?

Multi-bagger stock
Dear readers, in the previous days, businesses compete on capturing the market demand. That is the reason why local companies still continue to seek overseas markets to capture a slice of the overseas markets much larger than Singapore's.

On the other hand, technology innovation these days mainly via apps are also redefining industries. Think of Uber, Airbnb to name a few. These companies exploit whatever inefficiences in an existing industry, present much better improvement and value creation via technology and hence luring customers from existing players.

Saturday, April 29, 2017

ARE THESE THE BEST FOUR SINGAPORE STOCKS?

Top Singapore Stocks
We are entering into May 2017, a month where investors take note of the adage: “Sell in May and go away”; so will that bear true for Singapore stocks next month? Before we get to that, let us view what the Best Four Singapore stocks could be now.

Based on a maximum Price-to-Book of 0.50 (meaning to say when you buy the stock, you are actually getting a 50% discount) as well as a decent dividends yield of more than 5% ; these are the four stocks which satisfy the criteria:

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

THIS STOCK COULD GO EITHER NORTH OR SOUTH

Singapore stocks
In this post, we are looking at a new stock which makes a debut in terms of mentions on Singapore Stocks Investing blog. This stock is none other than New Silkroutes stock. New Silkroutes has a diversified business portfolio, from the trading of gas oil and fuel oil to big-data analytics solutions and cloud-based services, integration and network security solutions. Since trading at a high of $1.08 in Nov 2016, New Silkroutes stock has since corrected by about 66% to close at $0.72 (based on its stock price of 24 Apr 2017).

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

WILL YOU BUY THESE UNDERVALUED STOCKS TRADING AT 52-WEEKS LOW?

mutli-bagger stocks
What I like about investing is that how much one earns and profits from investing is pretty much within one’s control. Unlike the income which most of us earn as employees where we do not have much control, investing is a wealth platform where you could actually scale up the monies you earn or lose based on your own investing ability. Investing all starts with an idea: some like a dividends strategy, others focus on capital appreciation while some focus on spotting the next multibagger. I know some may want to correct me by saying stocks markets corrections are not within investors’ control; but what I would like to stress is that if an investor is skillful, he would be able to tell when markets are going to head south even before the stocks markets corrections happen.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

WILL YOU BUY TWO OVERSOLD ONCE “SEXY” STOCKS?

Singapore stocks
There are two penny stocks which are oversold in terms of RSI. These are penny stocks which were quite “sexy” before due to the possible growth story. The first of these stocks is QT Vascular, a bio-technology stock which aim for some good innovation in the medical industry. I bought QT Vascular stock before and sold it for some profits and did not look at the stock again until today where I saw that the stock price of this stock is $0.03 per share. For some perspective, a year ago, QT Vascular traded at around $0.107 share, hence the current price is almost one-third of the price a year ago.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

ONE SINGAPORE STOCK WHICH YOU MIGHT WANT TO KNOW

Singapore Stocks
Yesterday, the top 20 volume stocks were again dominated by penny stocks. However, unlike the previous trading session, this time, the top volume stocks made some gains. Singapore stocks markets could however be described as choppy. In this kind of stocks markets environment, investors might want to invest in a stock which has a larger margin of “safety” (in terms of capital preservation).

Friday, April 21, 2017

Top 25 SINGAPORE STOCK PICKS

RHB stocks screenerRHB Research Institute has unveiled 25 stock picks at a launch of its 7th edition of its “25 Jewels” books. So investors must be wondering what are these 25 Singapore stocks which made it to the Jewels list? But before we get to that, just to share healthcare, semiconductor company stocks are looking attractive this year according to the book.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

WILL THIS STOCK BE A SUPER MULTIBAGGER?

singapore stocks
Dear readers, I think you will agree with me that when an investor buys a stock, it is always with the wish and expectation of capital appreciation. And when the CEO of the listed company buys his own stocks, then it is always a sign to investors in general that the CEO is confident of his own company business and that it is a good sign. And if a CEO repeatedly buys stocks of his own company, I will think that is a very good sign indeed.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

THREE BILLION-CAP STOCKS AT 50% DISCOUNT

Singapore stocksThere are currently three Singapore stocks, each with a market capitalization of more than $1 billion which are trading at less than 50% Price-to-Book ratio.

Noble Group stock currently trades at 0.42 Price-to-Book. OUE stock currently trades at 0.46 Price-to-Book while Wing Tai Holding currently also trades at 0.46 Price-to-Book too. Of these three stocks, Wing Tai pays a dividends of 1.58%, OUE pays a dividends of 1.46%. Noble which had in the past paid dividend did not do so last year (year 2016).


Saturday, April 15, 2017

Two Billion- Cap undervalued, high-dividends Singapore Stocks

Singapore stocks
Amidst all the geo-political tensions in the world arising from the US and North Korea confrontation, global stocks markets, including Singapore’s are getting jittery. Some investors fled the markets, some investors rather hold their monies for now, all just to have clarity on the current state of geo-political tensions as well as how the French Elections will pan out. Other investors who aim to invest in all cycles of the economy might be looking at value in the stocks markets.

ONE SINGAPORE STOCK WHICH YOU MIGHT WANT TO KNOW

Yesterday, the top 20 volume stocks were again dominated by penny stocks. However, unlike the previous trading session, this time, the top volume stocks made some gains. Singapore stocks markets could however be described as choppy. In this kind of stocks markets environment, investors might want to invest in a stock which has a larger margin of “safety” (in terms of capital preservation).

Monday, April 10, 2017

EIGHTEEN SINGAPORE STOCKS RECOMMENDED BY ANALYSTS

These are the 18 Singapore stocks recommended by analysts from 3 Apr 2017 to 7 Apr 2017:

1) Singapore Myanmar Investco: OCBC Research has a BUY with fair estimate of $0.97

2) Fraser Centrepoint: DBS Vickers has a BUY rating with a target price of $2.00

3) MM2 Asia: CIMB Research has a ADD rating with a target price of $0.60

4) Spackman Entertainment: RHB Investments has a BUY rating with a target price of $0.27

5) Raffles Medical Group: OCBC Research has a BUY rating with a target price of $1.60

6) Hong Leong Finance: DBS Vickers has a BUY rating with a target price of $3.20


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