4 Things You Need To Know About the Singapore Share Market Today

Welcome to Wednesday Morning! Here are four things about Singapore’s share market you might want to look at today and over the rest of the week.

1. We’re barely seven days into a new year, so are you still planning your new year’s resolutions? If you’d like help with investing resolutions, here are five from my colleague Chin Hui Leong which may help. For a sneak peek, here’s one to remember: Stay the course. As Hui Leong says, “The key here is having the persistence and tenacity to keep investing over your lifetime. It would be a real shame if you ever gave up on investing towards your goals.”

2. Sticking to the theme of planning for the year ahead, I also think Hui Leong’s wise investing advice for 2015 would be worth sharing. Amongst other pearls of wisdom, he shares about how difficult and complex investments are best avoided as even the simplest of investing strategies can help generate great returns too. Also, find out why shares like Neo Group Ltd (SGX: 5UJ) and Sarine Technologies Ltd (SGX: U77) might be great growth shares for 2015.

3. Switching gears to some investor-education subjects, you can jump in here to learn more about the important differences between real estate investment trusts and business trusts that investors have to know. You might also want to check out a common and grave mistake which I’ve observed many investors tend to commit.

4. Moving on to current investing news, low-cost carrier Tiger Airways Holdings Limited (SGX: J7X) has finally completed a much-needed capital raising exercise through a rights issue. With Tigerair having staved off any near-term financial risks, what does the longer-term future hold for the carrier?

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The information provided is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be personalised investment or financial advice. Motley Fool Singapore writer Stanley Lim doesn't own shares in any company mentioned.