Tug-of-Fools: Keppel Corporation

Welcome to the Tug-of-Fools! Regular readers should be familiar with this feature in which two in-house writers will tussle over a particular stock. But we’ve since added an extra dimension to the head-to-head battle of words.

Welcome to a brand new collaboration between Shares Investment and Motley Fool Singapore, where two opposing analysts from the two companies will put forward their best arguments about a specific stock.

The key objective of a two-sided argument is to present you with informative analysis. The more you know about a stock, the better you can weigh up the potential risks and rewards.

In this week’s tussle, we will be looking at one of Singapore’s largest conglomerates, Keppel Corporation (SGX: BN4). The Motley Fool Singapore will put forward the bull argument, while the team from Shares Investment will present the bear case. You decide for yourself who might be right and who could be wrong.

Click here to find out why Stanley Lim from Motley Fool Singapore has a bullish case for Keppel Corporation and click here to read why Shane Goh from Shares Investment has bearish concerns.