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HSBC: Buy ALL Singapore Banks If You Can!

According to HSBC, the local banking sector appears to be a bed of roses. Calling it a “positive one-sided investment proposition”, the world’s second largest (by assets) bank gave a glowing review of the local banking sector. Find out why and which of the three stands out more!

  • 04 November 2014
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    After Falling 30%, Is OSIM Presenting Value?

    OSIM has fallen by about 30% this month. What’s happening? Is the stock still fundamentally sound? More importantly, should you buy in now?

  • 30 October 2014
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    DBS Vickers: After 20% Drop, These #Plantation Stocks Are Worth Buying

    With the recent share-price drop, various plantation companies seem to have become more attractive particularly to value investors. DBS Vickers has three stocks in mind that investors might consider looking at.

  • 28 October 2014
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    Genting Singapore Plc Reports Earnings

    MBS’s 34% Decline In VIP Volumes Spells Gloom For Genting SP?

    MBS recently filed its 3Q14 operating performance via Las Vegas Sands. It does not look too good. Is this a signal that times are not good for the gaming industry here in Singapore? Is Genting SP immune to it? Or will it suffer the same fate?

  • 21 October 2014
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    No End To Troubles For Vard! Stay Away Or Buy In?

    No end in sight to the troubles Vard is facing. How did this premium offshore shipbuilder fall from grace so fast and so far? Is there a turnaround in sight?

  • 15 October 2014
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    Opportunity Or Danger? Offshore Sector Hammered By Weak Oil

    “The best thing that happens to us is when a great company gets into temporary trouble…” Is this unfolding before our very eyes with the current sell-down in offshore counters? Can you stomach Buffett’s advice? Is the current sell-down an opportunity or danger for investors?

  • 13 October 2014
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    [UPDATE] Opportunity Or Danger? Malaysia’s Largest Bank In The Making

    3 Malaysian banks have resumed trading in their shares after the release of details to their 3-way merger deal. How has the market reacted? Is there time for investors to come in and take advantage of any arbitrage?

  • 09 October 2014
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    HP

    HP Splits Itself Into Two – What Now?

    HP recently announced it would be spilt into two separate entities, HP Inc and HP Enterprise. In the aftermath of the announcement, HP’s stock jumped amidst heavy trading. Is the market cheering the spilt? We delve deeper to find out more and ascertain if you should put your money with HP.

  • 07 October 2014
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    Rexonic Secures First Contract – What Now For Rex?

    Rex International’s subsidiary, Rexonic AG has secured its first ever contract worth US$10 million. Will this be the start of something great for Rexonic and by extension, Rex International? More importantly, will investing in Rex International because of this new development make you money?

  • 07 October 2014
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    Occupy Central: How Are Our Banks Holding Up?

    Over the week, thousands have joined the Occupy Central movement in staging sit ins at various locations in Hong Kong. This has no doubt hurt businesses. How are Singaporean banks holding up in the face of this? Should investors here be worried?

  • 02 October 2014
  • Econowatch, Tradeable
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    UOB and OCBC Granted Myanmar License. So What?

    Myanmar’s central bank just issued 9 limited banking licenses in an attempt to open its banking sector to the world. Two local banks have been awarded this license, they are UOB and OCBC. What’s in store for them?

  • 01 October 2014
  • Econowatch, Tradeable
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    Top 3 Trading Ideas For The Week

    The STI seems to be holding above its critical support levels even as geo-political concerns seem to have sparked investor concerns again. We look at three trading ideas that have garnered some attention on our platform and see if they are really worth looking into.

  • 01 October 2014
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    Bull and bear

    Top 3 Trading Ideas For The Week

    With markets inching northwards, are assets overpriced now? We certainly don’t think so… We look at 3 ways traders can part with their cash and earn potentially good returns!

  • 10 September 2014
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    Bull and bear

    Top Trading Ideas For The Week

    In this largely appreciating environment, is there any particular stocks traders or investors can look at? We look at the top 3 most read trading ideas this week and give our two cents!

  • 27 August 2014
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    Top Trading Ideas For The Week

    Amidst a backdrop of easing geopolitical concerns as well as a possible shift in focus to monetary policy, we look at the top 3 trading ideas that were posted on Tradeable.

  • 20 August 2014
  • Tradeable, Tradeable Ideas
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    Top 3 Tradeable Ideas For The Week

    While some analysts are predicting a near-term correction, as usual, we here at Tradeable struggle to find reasons for a complete collapse. Barring such a complete collapse, we reckon that volatility could be a trader’s best friend.

  • 13 August 2014
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    Bull and bear

    Top 3 Tradeable Ideas For The Week

    With markets seemingly going topsy turvy over conflicting economic data, what can investors or traders look out to? We look at the top three ideas (by page views) this week and give our own two cents!

  • 06 August 2014
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    Bull and bear

    Top 3 Tradeable Ideas For The Week

    While the STI has traded higher, major US indices seemed to have taken a slight correction. In times like these, don’t you wish you had some ideas of what to trade? We present the top three trading ideas (according to page views) and present our thoughts about them below.

  • 30 July 2014
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    Bull and bear

    Top 3 Tradable Ideas For The Week

    Here are 3 stocks that should be worth your attention in a stock market that barely let out a yawn with the MH17 crash and the Israeli invasion of Gaza.

  • 23 July 2014
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    Bull and bear

    Top 2 Trading Ideas For The Week

    If you could only trade 2 stocks this week, these are the two you should look at…

  • 16 July 2014
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    Top Ideas For Week 22 (26 – 30 May 2014)

    Top Bullish Ideas This Week: Ali Baba’s Investment In Singpost, More Bullishness To Come? Alibaba’s purchase of SingPost signals its intention to expand into the SEA and APAC market. The investment from Alibaba will be used to expand SingPost’s regional network and infrastructure SingPost is likely to see an increase in business volume in the [...]

  • 29 May 2014
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    Bull and bear

    Top Ideas For Week 21 (19 – 25 May 2014)

    Top trading ideas to consider this week: CWT and Wilmar for the bulls and Noble and NOL for the bears.

  • 22 May 2014
  • Tradeable, Tradeable Ideas
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