Saturday, March 18, 2017

KIMLY IPO: how does it go for TOM K?


KImly IPO
Dear readers, as you would have most probably known by now; Kimly IPO subscription ended yesterday 17 Mar 2017 at 12pm and the IPO was oversubscribed by more than 8 times. As shared earlier in my blog post on Kimly IPO (you can refer to the post here); Kimly IPO is widely expected, due to its defensive business model, to debut strongly on its first day of trading next Monday; as a result it is most certain that those investors who have subscribed for Kimly IPO would like to find out whether they have been allocated any of Kimly stocks. And from the earlier post, you would have known too that I have subscribed to Kimly IPO stock as well.

Friday, March 17, 2017

COULD THIS STOCK BE THE NEXT MULTI-BAGGER?

Moya Asia
I last blogged on Moya Asia sock in February 2017; you can refer to the post here . Since then the stock has been trading in a tight consolidation pattern with a support at $0.067. Yesterday, the stock traded on high volume, closing the day at 7.2% higher with a upward bullish candlestick. The 5-Days Moving Average which has traded below the 20-Days Moving Average seems to be making an attempt to break the 20-Days Moving Average higher. The RSI seems moving to higher overbought regions. On a general trend, Moya Asia stock is still on a long-term uptrend. And if my judgment is correct, Moya Asia stock could become the next Alliance Minerals stock as it moves slowly to the 10 cents per share mark. However before Moya Asia stock reaches that higher level, the stock is bound to undergo a series of “waves movement”.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

These are the UNDERVALUED, HIGH DIVIDENDS STOCKS NOW at LOW PRICES

High dividends stocks
If you have been a regular reader of Singapore Stocks Investing, you would have noticed that I have been advocating high dividends stock which could stand the test of time and give investors some form of passive income in the form of dividends during his holding period of the stock. However, some stocks do offer very high dividends yields and are value traps, hence the important point is to buy high-dividends stocks selectively.
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