Showing posts with label Global Yellow Pages. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Global Yellow Pages. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 3, 2017


Dear readers, I believe who you know Mr Sam Goi is if you are an investor. Mr Goi who is more affectionately known as Mr Popiah King is also well-known for his investment forays. There is even a term called the Sam Goi effect named after him. Usually, when Mr Goi entered into some stocks, his investments will attract a slew of investors after him.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017


Global Yellow Pages stock Yesterday, Global Yellow Pages announced that the company will cease publications of the trademark Yellow Pages directories as the group turns it focus to property development in New Zealand. I welcome the news as I really believe the only way Global Yellow Pages can grow its shareholder value and its stock price is through FOCUS.

Sunday, May 28, 2017


SPH, Global Yellow Pages, Singpost, In my previous post, I shared about how Singapore Press Holdings should have a new direction under a new CEO in LG(NS) Ng Yat Chung who is currently the CEO of Neptune Orient Lines. A key highlight in LG(NS) Ng’s tenure of NOL was the privatization of Neptune Orient Lines as it merged with a larger overseas player.

Friday, September 2, 2016

The “Sam Goi” effect on Singapore stocks once again?

Super Group stock closed at $0.75 on 18 Aug 2016 and yesterday the stock closed at $0.81 on a high volume, an 8% increase in the share price of Super Group. While this gradual increase might not be impressive, what is noteworthy is that Mr Sam Goi, the “Popiah King” via his company, Yee Yih Jia Food manufacturing has been buying the shares of Super Group stock. Super Group itself has been doing a daily share buyback as well. Mr Goi is a substantial shareholder in Super Group with a 10.28% stake.

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Can this stock still be the next multi-bagger stock?

There are stocks which I trade and there are stocks which I buy and hold for their potential “multi-bagger” capabilities. If you have been following my blog, you would have known that I am an advocate for Global Yellow Pages stock, a stock which will become a multi-bagger stock in my opinion, provided one can hold the stock.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Singapore Stocks which may head north on 9 Sep 2015

Singtel Stock has been on the decline in its stock price. Today, a long-legged doji formed at the close of the trading session after three consecutive doji sessions. As technical chartists know, dojis are the state of the market which is not decisive but in today’s doji session, the buying was strong with a clear support at $3.58 to $3.65. Telecoms stocks like Singtel are always good for investors looking for defensive dividend plays in the current markets backdrop though if interest rate is to increase, telecom stocks will become less attractive. So following today’s doji, will Singtel head north tomorrow 9 Sep 2015?

Will this stock finally head north after bottoming out?

Mainboard-listed Global Yellow Pages stock is trading below twenty cents per share at $0.199 even though the company has performed a share consolidation exercise. Investors are probably not impressed at the company’s writedown of “impairment charges related to trademarks” and have sold off the stock.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

What you need to understand about this stock today?

I am not sure whether you are keenly following the Singapore Elections 2015, for me, yes, I am following very closely on what all parties are saying everyday. All Singaporeans will exercise their rights as citizens to vote for the betterment of Singapore, but again this will be a topic more for ourselves internally.

Saturday, August 1, 2015

My analysis on this diversified stock

Global Yellow Pages stock closed at $0.25, some 43% discount off its stock price year-to-date. Global Yellow Pages had announced that it expected to announce a set of non-stellar results due to the writing-off of some millions of dollars; the stock markets reacted to the announcement and sent Global Yellow Pages stock to a price-level the markets are seeing now.

Thursday, July 9, 2015

This stock which I mentioned yesterday, rebounded today!

Yesterday, I blogged about a stock, a very diversified stock and chose this stock out of the so many stocks out there on the Singapore stocks markets for sharing with readers. Today, this stock rebounded by a solid 5.5% while many other stocks were sold down. This stock is none other than Global Yellow Pages stock and you can read yesterday’s post here.

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Is this a time to buy into this very diversified stock?

One of the stocks which I have been looking at went further south today, at 5.2%. While this may not be too much of a surprise to investors since most of Singapore stocks went south today, in view of the Greece’s debt saga, this stock is not really associated with the performance of the global stocks markets. From $0.32 to $0.275 today, this stock has retreated by almost 14.5%. So what is this stock? Well, this stock is none other than a stock which is often mentioned in my blog and the stock is Global Yellow Pages stock.

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Will you invest in this “mushroom stock” or “rojak stock”?

This stocks seems to have the makings of a good fundamentals stock, first it gives a decent dividends yields of 2.41%, at least for year 2013 and year 2014. The stock seems cheap, trading at just 0.317 Price-to-Book and just 3.313 Price-to-Earnings. The stock’s debt to equity ratio is at a respectable low of 0.101 and the company behind the stock has positive cash flows. The stock is also currently trading at a low price which may gives investors an attractive point of entry into this stock.

Friday, May 8, 2015

Could this stock be a multi-bagger stock still, after share consolidation?

Global Yellow Pages stock headed north by 4.4% to close at $0.355. Today is the first day of price consolidation for this stock on a ratio of ten shares to one shares, hence the price of Global Yellow Pages stock was no longer in the penny stock price range of few cents. In my earlier post, I have shared that investors may want to look at this stock after share price consolidation; hence I thought that it is my onus to update readers that Global Yellow Pages stock has consolidated its shares with effect from 8 May 2015.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Will this sleepy Singapore stock be a multi-bagger next?

Global Yellow Pages held its extraordinary general meeting yesterday, seeking shareholders’ approval for its diversification into the property business, and related to this, the approval to acquire a retail property in New Zealand. The company also sought shareholders’ approval for a ten-to-one share consolidation to fulfil the minimum trading price requirement set by the SGX. All the above resolutions were approved by the shareholders.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Should Investors continue to invest in these two stocks?

Dear readers, if you have followed Singapore Stocks Investing blog for quite some time, you would have known that this blog covers a spectrum of wealth topics like savings and how to make full use of one’s monies besides its main focus on Singapore stocks. The diversification of financial topics is well-intended so as to give a comprehensive and holistic approach and strategy towards wealth creation in Singapore for Singaporeans, Singapore-style.

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Why are we bullish about this stock?

Global Yellow Pages stock currently trades at 3.7 cents, some 15% higher than its recent-low of 3.2 cents. Global Yellow Pages stock has earlier been consolidating at four cents. I know that I have given my bullish sentiments on this counter and I was not the only one bullish on this stock as Global Yellow Pages has also attracted a substantial shareholder in the company: a law professor to increase his stake in the company further earlier and his purchase price of the stock was four cents too. So why are we (at least the law professor and myself) bullish on this stock when its share price has been fluctuating?

Sunday, February 15, 2015

GLOBAL YELLOW PAGE STOCK: how I think it can become a multi-bagger stock?

Following my detailed analysis on Global Yellow Page stock (you can read the post here), I read the latest financial results announced by the company yesterday.

Global Yellow Pages Limited reported a net profit of S$3.1 million for the nine months period ended 31 December 2014, compared to a net profit of S$5.2 million for the corresponding period last year, this is 39.4% lower. I think this results is something not cheered by its investors, especially so when this reduced profits arose due to a lower revenue recorded for the aforementioned period (S$21.1 million, a 8.8% decrease compared to the corresponding period last year) coupled with a higher expense of $21.4 million (3.9% higher than the corresponding period last year).

Friday, December 19, 2014

Global Yellow Pages stock: a possibly exciting stock

Global Yellow Pages (“GYP”) stock is one of the stocks which I have been keeping a tab on for the following reasons. Firstly, the business of GYP is in the traditional business of the iconic telephone directories and I am always curious as to how GYP will align its business in today’s modern times of the internet, especially when other traditional information companies like Singtel and Singpost have successfully revamped their business models for the digital era. Secondly, the low stock prices of GYP at just slightly more than four cents a share always appeal to me as I could not but help wondering whether the low price could be a base where GYP could become a multi-bagger from, especially when GYP already has an established business. To answer these questions, it is instrumental to look at the year 2014 annual report of GYP.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

One stock that can rally in either direction

In this post, I am going to apply technical analysis on one stock. You will not really read about too many of my technical analyses on this blog though I use both fundamental and technical analysis for my own investments. The reasons are due to the fact that there are many more experienced technical chartists and I think they apply their technical analysis on an intra-day frame as stock markets are getting more and more dynamic while I analyze on a longer time horizon, thus my analyses should be read on such a basis.

Monday, November 24, 2014

This stock advance today as I have expected … more rally to come?

Today (24 Nov 2014), Global Yellow Pages advanced a good 2.1%. The good showing of Global Yellow Pages came after my post on 22 Nov 2014 (you can read the post here ) . I really like this stock due to the good management led by Mr Mah Bow Tan and Sam Goi. Together, I believe Mr Mah and Mr Goi make for capable management of the Global Yellow Pages team owning to their work experience.
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