Welcome to Friday evening! Here three things about Singapore’s share market and investing in general that you might want to look at today and over the weekend.
1. We’re in the earnings season, so there’re a smorgasbord of earnings releases from many different companies in each day. For the latest:
- Bumitama Agri Ltd (SGX: P8Z) – click here
- Food Empire Holdings Limited (SGX: F03) – click here
- ComfortDelgro Corporation Limited (SGX: C52) – click here
- BreadTalk Group Limited (SGX: 5DA) – click here
- Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SGX: Z74) – click here
- SATS Ltd (SGX: S58) – click here
- Saizen Real Estate Investment Trust (SGX: T8JU) – click here
- Parkson Retail Asia Ltd (SGX: O9E) – click here
- Amara Holdings Ltd (SGX: A34) – click here
- Genting Singapore PLC (SGX: G13) – click here
- Singapore Airlines Ltd (SGX: C6L) – click here
- Thai Beverage Public Company Limited (SGX: Y92) – click here
- Silverlake Axis Ltd (SGX: 5CP) – click here
2. There are many things which can and should be improved when it comes to Singapore’s stock market. But there’s also something very important to be grateful for at the moment. What’s that? The short answer is that the market looks cheap. For a longer answer, check out my thoughts in here.
3. My colleague Stanley Lim had just asked a simple but profound question in an article of his: Are you a Foolish investor? What’s a Foolish investor you might ask? Jump in here to find out more! But here’s a hint: Foolish investors “are not folks who spend their days looking at squiggly lines on a stock chart (that’s a practice that’s otherwise known as technical analysis).”
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