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My Technical Analysis of the Possible Movements of the STI, and All 30 Blue Chip Companies in the Week Ahead (15-19 June 2020) (Guest Post)

My Technical Analysis of the Possible Movements of the STI, and All 30 Blue Chip Companies in the Week Ahead (15-19 June 2020) (Guest Post)

After the Singapore’s benchmark index, the Straits Times Index (STI), finally commencing a new bull run the week before (where it recovered by more than 20% from its trough of 2,209 points in mid-March), the week that just ended last Friday (12 June) saw the STI returning some of the gains (largely due to the Fed casting a gloomy outlook of the economy in the next 2 years ahead.)

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Lim Jun Yuan is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with username known as ljunyuan and has 1195  followers.

After the Singapore’s benchmark index, the Straits Times Index (STI), finally commencing a new bull run the week before (where it recovered by more than 20% from its trough of 2,209 points in mid-March), the week that just ended last Friday (12 June) saw the STI returning some of the gains (largely due to the Fed casting a gloomy outlook of the economy in the next 2 years ahead.)

Particularly, the STI shed 67 points, or 2.4%, to close at 2,684 points (bull run still in-tact as it stayed above 2,650 points). The following is the weekly movement of the STI:
Straits Times Index’s Movements on a Weekly Timeframe

The candlestick pattern resembles a doji – implying an indecision on the direction. However, MACD still remains in an uptrend position. As such, in the week ahead, I feel that the STI may move in either direction – should it be able to break above the resistance line at 2,750 points, then it could advance further from there. Otherwise, it could once again retreat to somewhere around 2,650 points.

Moving on, here’s my technical analysis of each of the 30 blue chip companies listed on the Straits Times Index based on their weekly share price movements to share with you.

Let’s begin…

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My Technical Analysis of STI’s (along with All 30 Blue Chip Companies’) Share Price Movements in the Week Ahead (01 – 05 June 2020)

My Technical Analysis of STI’s (along with All 30 Blue Chip Companies’) Share Price Movements in the Week Ahead (01 – 05 June 2020)

Today is the first day of another new month, and also the last day of the two-month circuit breaker period (which the Singapore government put in place since 07 April 2020 in a bid to contain the community spread of Covid-19 in the country.) I certainly hope that all of you who are reading this post are doing great so far.

 

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Lim Jun Yuan is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with username known as ljunyuan and has 1100  followers.

After a two week break, I’m here once again to share with you my personal technical analysis on the movement of Singapore’s benchmark Straits Times Index (STI), as well as the movements of all 30 blue chip companies in the coming week ahead.

Before I begin, a disclaimer – whatever you are about to read from this point onward is based on my personal technical analysis, which I am sharing with you for educational purposes only. They do not represent any buy or sell calls for any other companies listed below. Please do your own due diligence before you make any trading/investing decisions.

With that out of the way, let us first take a look at the weekly movements of the STI below:

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What is the Multiple Time Frame Analysis (MTFA)?

What is the Multiple Time Frame Analysis (MTFA)?

The Multiple Time Frame Analysis (MTFA) is the process of viewing the same currency pair under different time frames – that being said, it is often used in Forex Trading.

Usually the larger time frame is used to establish a longer-term trend, while a shorter time frame is used to spot ideal entries into the market.

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How Ready are You to Retire? (Guest Post)

How Ready are You to Retire? (Guest Post)

This week is pretty much drained. So I don’t have any bandwidth to explore things that are new. Weekends is probably to catch some breath.
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This post was originally posted here. The writer, Kyith is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with username known as Kyith and 800+ followers.

One of my reader that I met up with some time ago asked me these 2 deeper question about retirement:

1.What amount of principal will you feel comfortable to quit the job & just collect investment dividends, with a not-too-spendthrift lifestyle?

2.How much to “reserve” for medical costs?

I thought it is easier to tackle in this week that requires some decompression.

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Singapore REIT Fundamental Analysis Comparison Table – 12 August 2019 (Guest Post)

Singapore REIT Fundamental Analysis Comparison Table – 12 August 2019 (Guest Post)

Technical Analysis of FTSE ST REIT Index (FSTAS8670)

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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.

FTSE ST Real Estate Investment Trusts (FTSE ST REITIndex)broke outfrom the 10 years resistance at 875 with significant increase in trading volume. The REIT index is currently retracing from the high 941.77 to 895.14 (-4.95%). Next immediate support zone is between 870 to 875 for a healthy correction. Previous chart on FTSE ST REIT index can be found in the last postSingapore REIT Fundamental Comparison Tableon July 1, 2019.

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The Permanent Portfolio Might Do Worse in Retirement than the Traditional Equity Bond Portfolio (Guest Post)

The Permanent Portfolio Might Do Worse in Retirement than the Traditional Equity Bond Portfolio (Guest Post)

When it comes to wealth accumulation, many are a fan of Harry Browne’s Permanent Portfolio. Recently I wrote about it here.

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

One of the main take away from my article yesterday on how do you make $500,000 last for 60 years by withdrawing an initial amount of 5% of the portfolio was that high volatility is not very desirable when it comes to spending down our wealth.

So naturally, the permanent portfolio comes to mind a portfolio that is made up of components very uncorrelated that reduce the overall volatility.

If we revisit the table of portfolios recommended by famous experts the PERM and Risk P have the lowest standard deviation, lowest maximum draw down (MaxDD), good risk adjusted returns (Sharpe).

So how would they do in Timeline App?

I try to fix as much of the variables as yesterday’s base case, with only modification to the portfolio allocation:

1. I have a wealth of $500,000 that I wish to live off of

2. I want to see if I can start off spending $25,000 for the first year of my financial independence. This is 5% of my initial wealth of $500,000 (we call this an initial withdrawal rate of 5% versus the 4% withdrawal rate)

3. For subsequent years, I increase and decrease the $25,000/yr based on the inflation rate. If inflation is +4%, it will be the previous years’ spending x (1-0.04) and if inflation is -2%, then it is previous years’ spending x (1-(-0.02)). I will maintain my purchasing power (inflation adjusted)

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Genting Singapore – My Thoughts On The IR Expansion Plan (Guest Post)

Genting Singapore – My Thoughts On The IR Expansion Plan (Guest Post)

This is a follow up from the previous article on Genting which I’ve written not too long ago. You can view them here if you have not done so.

The big news on Genting is finally out of the bag which we’ve been waiting for sometime.

 

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Brian Halim is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with username known as 3Fs, with more than 1000+ followers.

Redevelopment of RWS Expansion

Resort World Sentosa Pte Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Genting Singapore Ltd, has been granted approval for extension of their Integrated Resort over the next 5 years. This will see the existing IR Property expanded with approximately 50% of new gross floor area, adding 164,000 square metres of GFA of leisure and entertainment space. Development and enhancement of the integrated resorts will also include:

  • Expansion of Universal Studios Singapore, with 2 new highly themed and immersive environment – Minion Park and Super Nintendo World
  • Expansion of the S.E.A Aquarium to be re-branded as “Singapore Oceanarium”
  • Conversion of the Resorts World Theatre into a new Adventure Dining Playhouse
  • Expansion of in-resort accommodation with up to 1,100 more hotel rooms at a new waterfront lifestyle complex and within the central zone of the RWS
  • Enhanced waterfront promenade to be lined with restaurants and retail outlets
  • Expansion of MICE facilities to bring more events into Singapore
  • Development of Driverless Transport System which will enhance last-mile connectivity to RWS attractions

 

The development of the IR expansion will involve the intensification of land and a related grant of leasehold interest and license from SDC.

The redevelopment is expected to cost Genting approximately $4.5b over the next 5 years, and will be funded by internal working capitals and/or borrowings. 

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Asian Pay Television Trust (APTT) Dividend Yield Cut from 20% to 3.8% (Guest Post)

Asian Pay Television Trust (APTT) Dividend Yield Cut from 20% to 3.8% (Guest Post)

This post, Asian Pay Television Trust (APTT) Dividend Yield Cut from 20% to 3.8%  was originally posted here. The writer is a veteran community member on InvestingNote, with username known as Kyith.

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I always had one eye on Asian Pay Television Trust (APTT).

So did some of my friends. It is the ultimate Financial Independence Porn Stock.

Why is this so?

To find out how much you need for financial security, or financial independence or retirement, you can read my article here to determine your number.

From the article we get the following formula:

Wealth Required for FS/FI/RETAnnual Expense/Rate of Return of Your Wealth Machine(s) to Generate Cash Flows for FS/FI/RET

APTT pays a quarterly dividend and the last guided dividend was $0.01625. Annualized the dividend is $0.065.

The price chart above shows the current share price to be at $0.315.

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