It is the start of the trading year 2017 and as usual, we have many stock analysts, brokerage houses and financial institutions giving their Singapore stocks recommendations for year 2017. It is not surprising as no matters how one views the current stocks markets, there will still be buyers. I have shared with readers some 30 Singapore stocks recommended by various stock analysts in this previous post with Global Logistics Properties, ST Engineering and Venture Corp garnering more than two analysts picks each. Today, I will update my list with the following stocks picks for Year 2017 by RHB, there are nine stock picks:
1) CapitaLand Commercial Trust
2) City Development
4) Dairy Farm
5) Keppel Corp
6) Manulife US REIT
7) Raffles Medical
8) Singapore Medical Group
9) Spackman Entertainment
With RHB’s stock picks for Year 2017, we have now the following stock picks, on tops having at least two analysts’ recommendations each:
1. City Development
3. Dairy Farm
4. Global Logistics Properties
5. Raffles Medical
6. ST Engineering
7. Venture Corp
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