The Weekly Nibble: A Take on Disruptive Technology

Here are some of the more interesting articles that have appeared in the Motley Fool Singapore’s website this week. Let’s take a look at a few of them.

1. On companies and disruption

The likes of Uber and Airbnb have changed the way how traditional businesses work. Street-hire taxis and hotels are not having it easy with such disruptive technology.

My Foolish colleague, David Kuo, took a look at how portfolios could be disrupted and the industries that are most vulnerable to disruption. Take a look at the article here.

On a similar note, Chin Hui Leong, zoomed in on the property sector and analysed the disruptive forces surrounding that sector. Check out his take here.

2. Here Are 7 Danger Signs In A Stock Investors Should Look Out For

Author and investor Pat Dorsey revealed a nine-point checklist in his book, Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing. Using that checklist, find out if a construction services provider listed in Singapore is a suitable stock to dip into.

3. The Malaysian Stock Market’s Equivalent Of Singapore-Listed Companies

Have you ever wanted to know the companies listed in both Singapore and Malaysia that are in the same industry? In this article, Lawrence Nga, looked at the banks, plantation companies and food and beverage firms that are listed in both here and across the causeway. Investors can use this list to dive deeper into the companies they are interested in.

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