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Mineral, Oil & Gas: New Regulations Are Out!

Recently, SGX announced additional admission and continuing listing requirements for companies in the mineral, oil and gas sector on the Mainboard. The sector have been attracting much attention from investors with the recent IPO of KrisEnergy. Read on to see how these rules will affect the companies in this popular sector as well as the retail investors!

  • Raymond Leung
  • 18 September 2013
  • Op-ed, Tradeable
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    China Minzhong – Who Should We Really Trust?

    First it was Olam versus Muddy Waters, now we have China Minzhong versus Glaucus. Find out what the points of contention are as well as thoughts about how we can prevent such things from occurring again.

  • Simeon Ang and Andre Lee
  • 04 September 2013
  • Op-ed, Tradeable
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    ETF: No-Frills Portfolio Building

    With the recent deregulation of ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds), it is now easier for retail investors to invest in them as they are no longer SIPs (Specified Investment Products). In this article, we shall show you on how a retail investor can take advantage of this and build their portfolio in a cost efficient way!

  • Raymond Leung
  • 30 July 2013
  • Op-ed, Tradeable
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    Singapore Developers: Is It The End Of The Road?

    For the past week, news have been coming out from the US about a possible hike in interest rates. The stock market reacted strongly to this news as the Straits Times Index wiped off most of its gains in 2013. Is this the end of the road for property developers who are strongly affected by interest rates?

  • Raymond Leung and Simeon Ang
  • 18 June 2013
  • Op-ed, Tradeable
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    S-REIT: Are We Blinded By Yield?

    In this low interest environment, investors have been actively seeking yield through investments in dividend paying stocks and REITs. However, the recent sell-off of Keppel REIT by Keppel Corp have sparked the question: Are we overpaying for S-REITs?

  • Raymond Leung and Simeon Ang
  • 28 May 2013
  • Op-ed, Tradeable
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    Chinese Property Restrictions Impact On Local Developers

    An introduction of real estate barriers by the Chinese Government has taken it’s toll on Singapore’s developers. Will a double whammy in the form of further curbs by the Singaporean government hit local developers?

  • Simeon Ang
  • 19 March 2013
  • Op-ed, Tradeable
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    Penny Stocks III – How To Select Good Ones?

    How does one separate the rough diamonds from the lemons? This can be a particular headache for penny stocks investors. Fret not! Our author offers five easy-to-follow steps that can serve as a guide in your search for the next diamond!

  • Simeon Ang
  • 12 March 2013
  • Op-ed, Tradeable
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    Penny Stocks II – How Does One Strategise?

    To many, penny stocks are deemed too risky and losses from it seem inevitable. However, here in part II of our series, we share with you additional rules and guides which can serve as a valuable compass in your pursuit for penny stock investment success!

  • Simeon Ang
  • 05 March 2013
  • Op-ed, Tradeable
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    Penny Stock I – How Does One Strategise?

    Penny stocks have been known to be one of the most misunderstood equities. So in the current stock market, what does one do or how does one guide his way to possibly earn profits in these unique stocks?

  • Simeon Ang
  • 27 February 2013
  • Op-ed, Tradeable
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    BOOM! M&A Activity Hit A Record High Last Year! A Good Omen?

    Mergers and acquisition deals in Singapore saw a historic jump (even after excluding F&N and APB deals) in 2012. What’s supporting this? Is this the final spark we need to torch economic growth? Or are we seeing the first signs of a bubble forming?

  • Simeon Ang
  • 20 February 2013
  • Op-ed, Tradeable
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    Guest Commentary – Microsoft Too Slow In Innovating?

    Microsoft released its 1H13 earnings report card not too long ago, showing pretty dismal figures in terms of profits. Probably the most head scratching point of the press release was that it did not offer any clues on the take up rate of the new Windows 8. Our guest writer, Elaine tries to sift through the numbers to shed some light.

  • 30 January 2013
  • Op-ed, Tradeable
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    SIA and HP — Failed Acquisitions

    Failed acquisitions, how does SIA and HP compare?

  • Simeon Ang
  • 13 December 2012
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