Showing posts with label M1. Show all posts
Showing posts with label M1. Show all posts

Monday, May 1, 2017

SINGTEL, STARHUB, M1 STOCK: WHICH IS MORE ATTRACTIVE?

Singtel, M1, Starhub
Last week, it was reported that one of the world's biggest independent money managers has sold their stake in Singtel stock. This was yet another news to hit the local telecom stocks as competition intensifies. As we know, M1 stock is currently under the radar of several overseas companies for acquisition. One of these companies is reportedly to be a Chinese mining firm. Singtel stock is currently oversold based on the RSI metric. At $3.74 per share, the stock is now almost 13.4% down from its previous 52-weeks high of $4.32. It is now trading at 4.68% dividends yield with a Price-to-Earnings ratio of 15.6.

Friday, April 28, 2017

M1 STOCK: HOW MUCH WOULD BE AN EXIT PRICE?


M1 stock
M1 stock closed today (28 Apr 2017), unchanged at $2.17. It has been reported that a number of foreign firms including a Chinese mining company has expressed interest in M1 and hence investors who lap up M1 stock now might want to buy into news and speculating of a good exit offer. In an earlier post, I have shared my thinking on what could be a possible exit price for M1 and you can read the post here.

M1 STOCK: WILL YOU BUY NOW?

M1 stock
Dear readers, as you would have known now, a number of overseas companies, including a Chinese mining company are reportedly vying to acquire M1. There could hence be a possibility that M1 stock would be the next Singapore stocks to be taken private. M1 stock rose by 3.8% on increased volume yesterday (27 Apr 2017). Investors who bought into M1 stock yesterday might have done so due to the thinking that the final deal for M1 would translate into an exit price much higher than the $2.17 per share that M1 stock traded at yesterday.

Monday, April 17, 2017

SINGTEL, STARHUB, M1 STOCK: AN UPDATE

Singtel stock, M1 stock, Starhub stock
It has been some time since we visit the three local telco stocks. In an environment marked by a fourth telco, how are the three telco stocks performing now?

Since M1 stock price broke below its 200-Day Moving Average in Sep 2016, its stock price has been on a decline. It since hit a support of $1.92 and rebounded off this support to close at $2.13 on 13 Apr 2017.

Monday, March 20, 2017

THREE STOCKS INVESTORS MUST KNOW BEFORE SG MARKETS OPEN

Before the local Singapore stocks market opens on 20 Mar 2017, these are the two stocks which investors must know:

1) Kimly Group stock

Kimly Group stock is making a debut on the Singapore stocks markets. The coffee-shop operator stock is the first stock of such a nature to be listed on the local bourse. Kimly Group stock IPO is around 8.3 oversubscribed and this points to the strong demand as well as expectation that Kimly Group stock should have a stellar performance on its first day of trading when the local stocks markets open later. At an IPO price of $0.25, the question is how much Kimly Group stock will trade at a premium over this IPO price. But I would always like to think that the stocks markets is always more than investors’ expectations, thinking or speculation, thus I would still think that there is a possibility that Kimly Group stock may dip a little below its IPO price.

Sunday, March 19, 2017

WHICH STOCKS TO BE PRIVATISED NEXT?


Privatisation stocks
The news that M1’s three largest shareholders are reviewing their stakes in M1 has led to speculation on the possible privatization of M1 stock. M1 stock responded in return, soaring some 7.9% on 17 Mar 2017 before the trading halt of the stock. It was reported that talks of potential divestment of listed Telco firms has come as early as last year as the major Telco players brace themselves for the fourth Telco player into the stocks markets. Singtel and Starhub stocks also benefitted from the speculation, with each rallying last Friday. I believe the stocks markets are in the mood for looking at other possible names of privatization candidates too. There are many of these being floated around and I list below some of these potential privatization candidates:

Monday, February 27, 2017

SINGTEL, STARHUB and M1: which is a GOOD BUY?

Singtel stock, Starhub stock, M1 stock
Singtel stock currently (based on closing price of 24 Feb 2017) at $3.96, down by 6.38 % from the stock’s 52-week high of $4.32. The consensus target price based on SGX website is $4.25 which means an upside of 7.32% from Singtel’s current stock price.

Starhub stock currently traded at $2.81 down by 29% from the stock’s 52-week high of $3.96. The consensus target price based on SGX website is $2.73 which means a downside of 2.8 % from Starhub’s current stock price.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Is this stock rebounding next?

I last blogged about M1 stock in this blog post . M1 stock has since reached an intra-day low of $2.02 and on 1 Nov 2016, M1 stock rallied by a good 3.9% and yesterday, M1 stock closed at $2.10. This might lead to investors to wonder whether M1 stock is reversing from a bottom.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

SINGTEL, STARHUB AND M1 STOCK: A TECHNICAL UPDATE

On 16 Sep 2016, I posted an article on the three telecom stocks. Let us revisit the stock prices of these telecom stocks vs the write-up of my article then.

First, Starhub stock closed at $3.46 in my September post and I mentioned that this stock was below the 200-days-moving-average which was a bearish sign. True enough, at the close of the trading day on 21 Oct 2016, Starhub stock price went further south to $3.39, down a further 2.1%., still below its 200-days-moving-average but not oversold yet.

Monday, September 26, 2016

of Singtel, Starhub and M1

How will telecom stocks: Singtel, StarHub and M1 compete against the upcoming fourth telecom company? Watch this video to find out more.
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Friday, September 16, 2016

SINGTEL, M1, STARHUB STOCK: Let’s get TECHNICAL!

Starhub stock has headed south below its 200 days-moving-average; this could signal a sustainable down-trend. However, yesterday, there was quite a bullish stock candlestock even though the stock remains oversold and the price is still below the 200-days-moving-average. A delay in the US interest rate hike could lend support to the stock though it is quite clear that Singapore could have a fourth mobile player in the telecom space. I think support of Starhub stock is at around $3.16, looking at the stock charts.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Will you Sell these three Singapore stocks now?

Ever since it was reported of the possibility of potential new entrants bidding to become Singapore’s fourth mobile operator, the three “Big Brother” telecom stocks have come under the scrutiny of investors. In fact, the news of the fourth mobile operator was reported on 2 Sep 2016 before the Singapore stocks markets opened and the three local telecom stocks responded accordingly on that trading day. The below were the performance of the three stocks on 2 Sep 2016:

Monday, August 29, 2016

Is it time to sell off these stocks?

Investors’ favorite stocks have all along been defensive stocks which pay steady dividends. These are also stocks which provide everyday services. So what are these favorite stocks? Well, it has to be the three telco stocks: Singtel, StarHub and M1 stock. Looking at the stock chart of these three stocks, we can note that these three stocks have been recording highs such that a top has been formed for them.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Is there still time to Buy these rallying stocks?

While there have been questions after the Brexit on the state of the global economy and some investors are staying away from the Singapore stocks markets to assess the financial situation of the stocks markets and the world, without a doubt, Singapore stocks are still moving up though it might not be apparent from the STI. The point is that it depends on which Singapore stocks we are taking about.

Monday, May 25, 2015

Will you still buy these blue-chip dividends stocks?

Telecommunications stocks have always been the staple of an income investor’s portfolio as these companies pay decent consistent dividends and the business nature of the stocks is largely deemed defensive. However, we are seeing that after a good run-up in stock prices, the stock price of Singtel, Starhub and M1 are showing signs of “southing”, especially so ever since the government announced plans for a fourth player in the mobile wireless internet scene. Two companies have expressed interest to be this “fourth player” and they are MyRepublic and SMRT-OMG consortium. I read reports that M1 is likely to be “affected” by the entry of the “fourth player” and next, I read that Starhub could similarly be “affected” by the “fourth player” in another report. Inevitably, these analysis or speculation have caused prices of M1 and Starhub to head south.
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