This week is the annual Securities Investors’ Association of Singapore (SIAS)’s investment week!
For those who’re not familiar with SIAS, it is a non-profit organisation that acts as “the voice” for minority shareholders and engages with corporations falling short of good Corporate Governance practices. SIAS is also a Charity and an Institution of Public Character (IPC), and the largest organized investor group in Asia. It is run by an elected Management Committee comprising of professionals who are volunteers. It actively promotes Investor Education, Corporate Governance and Transparency and is the advocate for Investor rights in Singapore. SIAS also holds events and workshops to enrich and empower retail investors which many are free.
We had the privilege and honour to be one of the speakers along with Stashaway, who presented on the topic of The Rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Investing, held at Lifelong Learning Institute yesterday. …
Corporate actions like share consolidation, stock splits, dividends and rights issues happen frequently, and affect the stock prices of the associated companies.
So how can you seize the opportunity and capitalise on these corporate actions to your advantage and make profits?
We’ve just launched this Corporate Action Strategy Alert that tells you when exactly to capitalise on corporate actions when they happen.
That means you can apply this Corporate Action Strategy in any market condition (uptrend, downtrend or sideways).
This subscription is provided by Wealth Coach Academy, where the principal trainer is Li Guang Sheng @li_guang_sheng. He is a familiar face in the investment community and has more than 15 years of experience. Currently a Top Tier Remisier in Singapore, his forte lies in value investing and fundamental analysis. He also spends a considerable amount of time looking for opportunities in SGX companies through their corporate actions. Over the years, he has built a clientele base that includes high net worth individuals, retail investors, hedge funds, listed companies and clan associations. …
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Hyphens Pharma IPO: Here’s 5 Quick Things You Need to Know
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Hyphens Pharma IPO: Here’s 5 Quick Things You Need to Know
Hyphens Pharma is a speciality pharmaceutical and consumer healthcare group with a direct presence in five ASEAN countries, namely, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
The company was incorporated in Dec 2017 as a private company. It sells speciality pharmaceuticals, a proprietary range of dermatological products and health supplement products through Hyphens and Ocean Health Singapore, and medical hypermart and digital supplies.
The thought of a secondary income stream can either excite or scare most people.
Especially when it involves investing.
If you ever feel that investing to attain financial freedom seems like a distant and mystical process, you’d have to hear it from the people who’re already there and how they made it.
Knowledge gets transferred through books and courses, and today we’d like to introduce a new book launch on our marketplace, Create A Secondary Income Stream Through Long Term Shares Investing.
Based on decades of investment wisdom similar to those found in degree and post graduate programs, this book looks at how time tested financial concepts can be applied practically to create a secondary income stream through long term share investing.This book is specially crafted to present financial concepts into easy-to-understand bits and focus on application to generate returns. Readers will be able to grasp concepts fast, effectively and speed up their learning curves. …
We’re launching a new online course, How to Discover Giant Stocks with Value Investing Strategies.
This online course is created by Dr. Tee, a veteran investor and educator who has 20 years of trading/investing experience with in-depth knowledge in stocks and various major investment markets. He is a well sought after speaker in major trading firms and various investing seminars.
In this value investing course, Dr Tee will teach the powerful methods step by step, how to form a dream team stock portfolio with understanding of 3 financial statements and 11 critical fundamental criteria with practical applications in global stock screening – all in just 2 hours over 9 learning modules! …
Most of us are familiar with technical analysis indicators such as stochastic, MACD, RSI and moving average.
But do you know that these indicators are lagging in nature?
As they are derived from historical data, these lagging indicators sometimes give a trade signal only after the price had made a significant move.
The Fibonacci Retracement Tool is sometimes called leading technical analysis indicator because of its predictive nature, which gives advance notice on potential reversal levels and hence help in the timing of entries and exit.
We had a technical analysis workshop on teach people how to use the Fibonacci Retracement Tool yesterday, conducted by a veteran community member and TA expert, Ong Bee Heng. …
In our last “The Beginner’s Guide to…” series, we covered the The Beginner’s Guide to Understanding The 3 Financial Statements.
After having an understand of the 3 financial statements, we continue the series with analysing these financial statements in order to understand the financial health of a company. In this post, we will be learning how to analyse the Income Statement.
Do read the previous articles first before continuing as it will give you a firm foundation of the 3 core financial statements. …
Market Depth (MD), also known as Level 2 Market Data displays the number of Buy orders and Sell orders of each price level of a particular listed security (eg. stocks or ETFs), up to 20 levels of pending orders on each Buy and Sell side. In simple terms, it shows the different price levels which buyers are willing to buy and sellers willing to sell at any given time where buyers are represented on the left and sellers represented on the right in the order book. MD is in real time and the orders shown changes constantly during pre-open session to market close.
MD information is available on all trading platforms upon subscription with your broker and it allows investors and traders to enhance trading decisions by checking stock liquidity, optimising buy / sell orders, and establishing price support / resistance.