Showing posts with label Stocks screener. Show all posts
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Sunday, June 25, 2017

ARE THESE THE BEST FIVE STOCKS ON SGX NOW?

Dear readers, a Happy Hari Raya Puasa to all Muslim readers out there and a very Good long weekends for All of us!

Currently, there are five Singapore stocks with a return-on-equity of more than 30%, a revenue growth of more than 20% in the most recent fiscal year and a low debt-to-equity ratio of less than 30%. Without further ado, let us see what these five stock are.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

WILL YOU BUY THESE FOUR BILLION-CAP, DIVIDENDS STOCKS TRADING AT 52-WEEK LOWS NOW?

These are the four Singapore stocks, each with a market capitalization of more than $1billion which are trading within 5% from their 52-week lows. Each of these stocks also pay a dividends of at least 4%.

Singapore Press Holdings stock is trading at 1.27% above its 52-weeks trading low at 4.38% dividends yield.

Starhub stock is trading at 1.86% above its 52-weeks trading low at 6.93% dividends yield.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

THE TOP 18 CHEAPEST SINGAPORE REITS/TRUSTS

Singapore Reits
Dear readers, there are 18 Singapore Reits/Trusts which are the cheapest in terms of Price-to-Book ratio: they are undervalued having a Price-to-Book ratio of less than 1 each. Let us take a look at these 18 Reits/Trusts below (note: the Price-to-Book ratio for each Reit/Trust is indicated next to the name of the Reit/Trust):

1) Fortune Real Estate Investment Trust 0.7

2) Far East Hospitality Trust 0.75

3) Sabana Shari'ah Compliant Industrial Real Estate Investment Trust 0.75

4) Ascott Residence Trust 0.75

5) Keppel REIT 0.76

6) OUE Commercial Real Estate Investment Trust 0.82

7) Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust 0.83

8) Starhill Global Real Estate Investment Trust 0.84

Friday, June 16, 2017

TEN STOCKS WHICH INVESTORS SHOULD KNOW


Singapore stocks
There are ten Singapore stocks which investors should know with regard to their debt-to-equity ratio: they have the highest ratio among all Singapore stocks, let’s find out what these stocks are:

1) StarHub Ltd: 1600.92%

2) Luzhou Bio-chem Technology Limited: 812.55%

3) Del Monte Pacific Limited: 537.03%

4) CWG International Ltd: 384.04%

5) Asian Pay Television Trust: 374.24%

6) Oxley Holdings Limited: 272.83%

Thursday, June 15, 2017

SHOULD YOU AVOID THESE FOURTEEN STOCKS NOW?

Singapore stocks
Dear readers, there are some stocks on the SGX which are trading at 52-week highs. Of course, owing to the hundreds of stocks on the SGX, it is too exhaustive to list down all Singapore stocks trading at 52-weeks high. Instead, I filter down to stocks with a decent market size, i.e. with a $500 million market cap each that is trading at 52-week highs; there are fourteen such stocks:

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

ARE THESE THE BEST SIX SINGAPORE STOCKS NOW?

Singapore stocks
Dear readers, everyday, we see a number of Singapore stocks making the most active stocks, % gainers and % losers on the SGX. Some stocks are familiar names while others do not. Some stocks may prove tempting to some especially when these stocks keep appearing on the top volume stocks and are top % gainers some more. While on the technical side of investing, it might not be easy since we have different communities there like “scalpers”, “short-sellers”, “big brothers”, “trading experts”, there is one fact and this fact is important and non-disputable. Companies with solid fundamentals will normally withstand the test of time and it is a matter of time before their stock prices reflect the strong fundamentals of the companies.

Monday, June 12, 2017

SEVEN TOP DIVIDENDS STOCKS NOW

High dividends stocks
Dear readers, interested to know which are the stocks on the SGX that offer the highest dividends yields? There are seven of them, let us learn more about them now.

1) Broadway Industrial Group stock: dividend yield at 62.5%

WILL YOU BUY THESE FOUR STOCKS TRADING AT 52-WEEKS LOW?

Golden Energy, NSL, Raffles Medical Group, Yeo Hiap Seng
There are currently four stocks, of market capitalization of at least $500 million each which are trading at a maximum of 5% from their 52-week stock prices low. While low prices alone do not mean that it is cheap to buy stocks as the stocks themselves might not be fundamentally sound despite having a decent market cap of $500 million each, the debt-to-equity ratio of each of these four companies is also quite decent at less than 5% each. So what are these four stocks? Lets find out below now.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

WILL YOU INVEST IN THIS UNDERVALUED, HIGH DIVIDENDS, ZERO-DEBT STOCK NOW?

Parkson Retail Asia stockWhen I applied the stock screener on Singapore stocks, to screen for fundamental metrics which will be welcome by investors, I inputed in the following metrics:

a) dividend yields of more than 4%;

b) low or zero debt; and

c) Price-to-Book ratio of less than 0.5

This will allow me to screen for stocks where one could buy at a 50% discount to its book value (criterion c) while ensuring that the stock is financially viable (criterion b) and while holding, the investor will be ensured of a high dividends stream of more than 4%.

I was surprised that currently on the Singapore stocks markets, there is only ONE stock which fits all the criteria. This stock is none other than Parkson Retail Asia stock which has a Price-to-Book ratio of 0.498, 5% dividends yield and zero debt. Currently, Parkson Retail Asia stock trades at $0.1, some 43% lower than its 52-week high of $0.175. Technically, Parkson Retail Asia stock seemed to find a support at the $0.09 level and the stock price seems to be inching north slowly.

Monday, June 5, 2017

THREE UNDERVALUED BILLION-CAP SINGAPORE STOCKS TRADING AT 52-WEEK LOWS

SIA stock, Guocoland stock, Starhill Global Reit
There are currently three undervalued billion-cap Singapore stocks which are trading at 52-week lows according to the result of my stocks screening exercise.

SIA stock, a stock of $11.19 billion market capitalization is currently trading at 4.48% above its 52-weeks low at a Price-to-Book ratio of 0.906.

Friday, May 26, 2017

FIVE GOOD SINGAPORE STOCKS

The recent episode about the southing of Noble Group stock price as well as recent sagas over beleaguered offshore and marine stocks highlight the importance of good fundamentals for listed entities. From all these years of my investing experience, before an investor could even talk about a stock being a growth stock, the investor has to better ensure that the company he or she invests in has essentially low or zero debt. And to ensure that his pick is a valued one, the investor could invest in stocks which are undervalued.

Here are Five Singapore stocks with the lowest Debt-to-Equity ratio (maximum of 0.50%) and having a very low Price-to-Book ratio (maximum of 0.50):

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

ARE THESE THE TOP 12 BILLION-CAP SINGAPORE STOCKS?

$A68U $C61U $AU8U $F25U $ND8U $ACV $NS8U $K71U $D5IU $RW0U
There are currently 12 Singapore stocks with a market capitalization of at least $1 billion and offering at least 5% dividends yields which are currently undervalued (having a Price-to-Book ratio of below 1. These 12 stocks are:

Sunday, May 14, 2017

ARE THESE SIX SMALL-CAP STOCKS ATTRACTIVE BUYS?

There are currently six small-cap stocks with market capitalization of less than $100 million each which are under-valued up to a maximum of a Price-to-Book ratio of 0.50. This means that investor buying these stocks are paying less than 50% of what the stocks are worth each. In addition, these six stocks are paying a dividend of more than 4% each. What are these stocks? Without further ado, let me reveal this list of six small-cap stocks:

Thursday, May 11, 2017

ARE THESE TEN UNDERVALUED DEBT-FREE STOCKS GOOD BUYS?

Undervalued, Debt-Free stocks
On the Singapore stocks markets, there are currently 10 stocks which are trading below a Price-to-Book ratio of less than 1 (i.e. undervalued) and are almost debt free (with a maximum debt-to-equity ratio from 0.02% to 0.1%). The list of the ten stocks ranked from the stock with the lowest to highest debt-to-equity ratio is below.

Monday, May 8, 2017

WILL YOU BUY THESE FOUR SINGAPORE STOCKS?

When investors invest in stocks, they are actually investing in the companies behind the stocks, no matter how stock prices fluctuate as over time, it is the performance of the company which will have a greater effect on the stock price. No investor wants to invest in a loss-making company with lots of debt and no profits to show for.

IS THIS THE BEST SINGAPORE STOCK NOW?

In the previous post , I blogged about 12 Singapore stocks which have attractive fundamental metrics that investors may just want to take note of. To recap, each of the 12 stocks pay a minimum dividends of 5% and have a net profit margin of at least 20% in the last fiscal year; numbers which are respectable in each of the aforementioned parameters. Also, these stocks are trading below a Price-to-Book ratio of 1, which means that they are undervalued. And these 12 stocks are chosen from stocks with a market capitalization of at least $500 million to ensure that these stocks have a certain size in terms of market capitalization.

Sunday, May 7, 2017

ARE THESE THE 12 BEST SINGAPORE STOCKS NOW?

Singapore Best Stocks
There are currently 12 Singapore stocks which meet the criteria of most investors who look at stocks in the fundamental sense. Each of the 12 stocks pay a minimum dividends of 5% and have a net profit margin of at least 20% in the last fiscal year; numbers which are respectable in each of the aforementioned parameters. Also, these stocks are trading below a Price-to-Book ratio of 1, which means that they are undervalued. And these 12 stocks are chosen from stocks with a market capitalization of at least $500 million to ensure that these stocks have a certain size in terms of market capitalization. So what are these 12 stocks? Well, without further ado, let me share the names of these stocks with readers now.

Thursday, May 4, 2017

WILL THIS SMALL CAP STOCK CONTINUE TO RALLY?

Moya Holdings Asia stockMOYA HOLDINGS ASIA stock has continued to rally for two consecutive days on 2nd May 2017 and 3rd May 2017. Notably significant was the rally yesterday on the back of an increased relatively higher volume of 28.4 million stocks. The longer-term moving averages of 100 Days-Moving-Average, 200-Days-Moving-Average are rising and what is positive is the shorter-term moving averages of 50- Days-Moving-Average, 20- Days-Moving-Average converging and seems poised for a rebound.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

HOW TO SPOT A MULTI-BAGGER STOCK?

Multi-bagger stock
Dear readers, in the previous days, businesses compete on capturing the market demand. That is the reason why local companies still continue to seek overseas markets to capture a slice of the overseas markets much larger than Singapore's.

On the other hand, technology innovation these days mainly via apps are also redefining industries. Think of Uber, Airbnb to name a few. These companies exploit whatever inefficiences in an existing industry, present much better improvement and value creation via technology and hence luring customers from existing players.

Saturday, April 29, 2017

ARE THESE THE BEST FOUR SINGAPORE STOCKS?

Top Singapore Stocks
We are entering into May 2017, a month where investors take note of the adage: “Sell in May and go away”; so will that bear true for Singapore stocks next month? Before we get to that, let us view what the Best Four Singapore stocks could be now.

Based on a maximum Price-to-Book of 0.50 (meaning to say when you buy the stock, you are actually getting a 50% discount) as well as a decent dividends yield of more than 5% ; these are the four stocks which satisfy the criteria:
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