Tag Archive: Singapore

Singapore Equity: Ho Bee Land

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Going forward, I will be updating the performance of a small model portfolio based on my various postings on this site. There will be 3 strategies employed in picking stocks for the portfolio:… Continue reading

Singapore Equity: Compact Metal (Update)

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Share price has declined since I first wrote about this (SGD 0.041 currently vs SGD 0.045 as of 18 Jan 2015). https://tradehaven.net/market/singapore-equity-compact-metal/ The decline was due to the company being put on SGX’s… Continue reading

Forex Lesson 3 : Explaining Singapore's Managed FX Policy System

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I explained to my father AGAIN last night how Singapore’s exchange rate policy works because he did not get it the last time, I suppose. And for me, I do not expect many… Continue reading

Singapore Equity: Compact Metal

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Greetings everyone, I am Gallen and very happy to join the list of contributors to this informative and wonderful site! As the other guru contributors are already providing great insights on macro and… Continue reading

Singapore Equities 2015 : Dividend Dog Days No More

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This post was written for http://www.hnworth.com, a site targeting high net worth individuals in Singapore. Have fun reading ! ******************* I am not sure when was the last time the topic of dividends… Continue reading

Financial Vulnerabilities In Stability Part 2 – Sustained Growth in the Time of UMP

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To continue from part 1, I assume everyone has read the lengthy treatise that the MAS team painstakingly puts up each year. http://www.mas.gov.sg/~/media/resource/publications/fsr/FSR%202014.pdf It carries it usually cautionary tones that went unheeded last… Continue reading

Equity Tuesday : Ramblings On Veggies, Eggs and Toilet Paper

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17 Nov Indonesia Announces Fuel Subsidy Change “The price of subsidized gasoline increased to 8,500 rupiah ($0.70) a liter from 6,500 rupiah, and diesel will climb to 7,500 rupiah a liter from 5,500… Continue reading

Singaporeans, Are Your Loans Feeling Heavier ?

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If you notice that your monthly instalments are getting a little higher, you are spot on the fact that 1 month SIBOR is at its highest levels in 4 years. Ok, we cannot… Continue reading

Bonds In Conversation : To Separate The Sheep From The Goats

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I am taking the PM’s advice seriously – be paranoid. “Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says Singaporeans need to be “paranoid” and “aware” that someone could take their lunch away.” http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/pm-lee-talks-popular/1439990.html No extra… Continue reading

Equity Wrap : The Ali Baba Jinx, Choose Carefully

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As our heart goes out to the victims of an unbelievable plane tragedy, the world readies to pay the price. Price to insurance companies – Annual aviation war risks premium total $60-70m globally.… Continue reading