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My Favourite Stock Contest!

My Favourite Stock Contest!

It is the time of the year where we want you to tell a story about a stock! This is “My Favourite Stock Contest” where you will be able to win attractive prizes just by telling us what is your favourite stock, why do you like so much about it and it must be from either one of these market channels: US, Malaysia and Hong Kong.

For example, if you’ve ever invested in Tesla $TSLA stock and made some good returns, tell us how you did it! If you are looking to invest into growth companies like Beyond Meat $BYND or have been watching $TENCENT(700.HK), tell us why you’re looking and what’s the potential!

Each post must be kept to the word limit of 300 words and a min of 150 words and is subject to one chance of winning with respect to each market.

With regards to the design, you will only be allowed to add in the company logo and stock symbol as part of the add-on and the edited design MUST be attached to your post.

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Each post must also start with the sentence “My #favstock is….” followed by the reasons/stories for choosing the particular stock as your favourite.

By the end of the contest, a lucky winner will be selected from each market channel by lucky draw. All the best and let’s start sharing your stories!

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3 Dividend Pitfalls for Dividend Seeking Investors (Guest Post)

3 Dividend Pitfalls for Dividend Seeking Investors (Guest Post)

There is nothing wrong with investing in dividend stocks to generate passive income for your retirement planning. However, it will cause a huge dent in your retirement portfolio if you are investing wrongly. The following are the 3 dividend pitfalls that you have to avoid.

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This post was originally posted here. The writer, Kenny Loh is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with username known as marubozu and 700+ followers.

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FREE Event*: Analyzing Hedge Fund Movements – How to gain advantage by buying BEFORE breakout and BEFORE volume

FREE Event*: Analyzing Hedge Fund Movements – How to gain advantage by buying BEFORE breakout and BEFORE volume

FREE Event*: Analyzing Hedge Fund Movements – How to gain advantage by buying BEFORE breakout and BEFORE volume!

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Join RonaldK in his upcoming workshop to learn more about his ultra-precision timing on buying before a breakout and before big volume which will give you an edge in the stock market.

Key learning points include:
✔ Learn to analyze the readiness of the stock using Time & Sales
✔ Learn to spot the next EXPONENTIAL STOCK using Top 30 Volume
✔ Learn to analyze the interest of Smart Money in a stock effectively using FREE charts available online (no software required)
✔ Learn the mindset of how to turn 4-digit to 5-digit using short-term trading
✔ Learn how to leverage on Capital Gains instead of Dividend Gains when doing investment

✔ And more!

Date: 2nd February, Saturday. 10.30am – 1.30pm

Venue: City Index. GAIN Capital Singapore Pte Ltd. 6 Battery Road #20-01. Singapore, 049909

Cost: Free

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Limited seats. First come, first serve basis. Light refreshments will be provided.

→ Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/how-to-gain-ad…

*this event is sponsored by CityIndex Singapore.

CityDevelopment (CDL) – Is There Value In This Company At $8.08? (Guest Post)

CityDevelopment (CDL) – Is There Value In This Company At $8.08? (Guest Post)

The revised cooling measures implemented in the middle of 2018 has finally pushed Q418 sales to a dip since Q217. It was only slightly down by 0.1% quarter on quarter and most of the decline was mainly due to landed sales so in all essence the demand for private property is still pretty buoyant.

With the introduction of the new cooling measures, which coincides along with the increase in tandem in interest rates, it brings the share price of City Development (CDL) down from the 52 week high of $13.6 to the last closing price of $8.08. (Jan 4th 2019)

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This post was originally posted here. The writer is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with username known as 3Fs, with more than 1,300+ followers.

That is a very sharp decline and if you are an investor who buys at the peak and it can get very painful to see your portfolio colored in a patriotic sea of red.

But is there value now in the company after such a steep decline?

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For years since post gfc days when the first cooling measures was introduced in 2011, the demand for private property and residential has been pretty stable and moving. It never for once dent the expectations of the public that property prices are going to come down because of the measures put in place.

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Turkish Lira Meltdown: Does It Affect Singapore Economy?

Turkish Lira Meltdown: Does It Affect Singapore Economy?

Everybody knows that the Turkish Lira has been going south toward a crisis, but Donald Trump, President of United States made a statement through Twitter after a speech was made by Erdogan, the Turkish President which lead the Turkish Lira plunge further.

“There are various campaigns being carried out. Don’t heed them,” Erdogan said Thursday “Don’t forget, if they have their dollars, we have our people, our God. We are working hard. Look at what we were 16 years ago and look at us now,” Erdogan told supporters.

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As you can see, Trump’s tweet has rubbed salt into the wound – heated up the crisis even further and caused the Turkish Lira to accelerate its decline. The Turkish Lira has then crashed as much as 20% within a few days.

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It is no surprise how one statement on Twitter from world leaders can have such a huge impact on the financial markets today.

But how has it affected Singapore Stock Market?

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FREE Workshop: Trend Trading Made Simple – The RSI Way

FREE Workshop: Trend Trading Made Simple – The RSI Way

An Alternative Approach to Using RSI (Relative Strength Index).

Whether you’re new to trading or a market veteran, spotting trading opportunities can be a daunting task.

Most have discovered that profitable strategies are often simple without the unnecessary frills. But the key to profitable trading is understanding the market behaviours and devising strategies to capitalize on them.

In this seminar, CK will showcase a proven trend and momentum strategy based on Relative Strength Index (RSI). He’ll demonstrate how this unique strategy helps traders to successfully navigate the market.

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