Best of the Fool: Top 3 Stories of the Week

Here are three of the most popular articles at The Motley Fool Singapore this week:

1. Three Recession-Proof Dividend Shares

Here are three shares that have managed to maintain or grow their dividends even during the Great Financial Crisis of 2007-2009. Why is that important for anyone? That’s because a share that could navigate through the last crisis without much sweat might just have recession-proof businesses that can do well even during future crises.

Some shares discussed in here: Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation (SGX: O39), Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI)

2. The Stock Market’s Rigged: But Here’s Why It Doesn’t Matter

No, seriously the stock market is a rigged game. For some shares at least. Does that scare you as an investor? In here, find out why investors can still do well despite the presence of scams and frauds in the stock market.

Some shares discussed in here: Blumont Group (SGX: A33), United Overseas Bank (SGX: U11), Keppel Corporation (SGX: BN4)

3. Can This Share With An 8.3% Dividend Yield Maintain Its Dividends?

Nera Telecommunications (SGX: N01) has an enviable dividend yield. But, that yield wouldn’t mean much for investors if it can’t keep dishing out those dividends in the future. Can it actually maintain its dividends? Find out more here.

Some shares discussed in here: Nera Telecommunications

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