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. …
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We’re officially part of the SGX joint-initiative, Investor-One!
The Investor-One portal was created to give more awareness to Catalist-listed stocks, and officially released on the 10th anniversary of the Catalist.
Through this new website, retail investors can see exclusive editorials, performance ratings, quick facts, recent IPOs, an academy to help young investors and social sentiments (powered by our finest investing community).
This is a guest post from T.U.B Investing, where he conducted an interview with our very own analyst, Faye.
For this month’s interviewee, you may not really know her (yup, at last, an interviewee that is a female!), but she is actually a stock market analyst on InvestingNote. I first noticed her was when she posted her analysis of Sheng Shiong on InvestingNote. It was quite detailed and seems to have addressed some of the changes in Sheng Shiong over the last few years.
She has also continued to contribute to several articles on The Signal Blog, which I felt were interesting and provide a good overview of the counters as well as its respective industry.
Therefore, with this interview, I felt it will be good for us to know her better and understand her thought process when she invest or analysis.
Without further ado, let’s get straight to the interview questions and her answers!
-Faye is both a fundamental analyst and economist by nature. She is a global thinker who’s open-minded and enjoys learning from the market.
-Calvin is a fundamental analyst at heart and an ardent disciple of value investing. He relishes the process of searching for undervalued stocks and enjoys collecting dividends from his stocks.
-Gordon has a demonstrable interest in equity investments, financial markets, and negotiating deals. As @NTUInvestmentClub president, he has an understanding of what factors drive an organisation’s success.
Together, they are your analysts on demand!
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Our company and our community member Stockcham, have been donating to Singapore Children’s Society for the past three years.
Singapore Children’s Society is a charitable organization that serves to protect and nurture children and youth of all races and religions. In 2015, the Society reached out to 67,577 children, youth and families in need. We felt that helping children in need is especially important, because the children of today are the adults of tomorrow. It is also aligned with our mission to promote greater financial and investment literacy.
The startup journey has been quite a ride for us. From constantly improving our product, to growing and managing our community, we have done it all while stationed in our small office within the NUS compound.
As we are looking to grow both our team and networks, a bigger office beckons us.