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Stock Ideas For Value And Income Investors

There are many types of investing styles, two of which are value investing and income investing.

Value investors like to buy stocks that are trading a low prices compared to their intrinsic values, while income investors seek good companies trading with high dividend yields.

Given that these two groups of investors have different focuses, their ideas also come from different premises.

Recently, my colleagues have shared some ideas that might interest these two groups of investors. Let’s look at some of these ideas.

Net-net stocks for value investors

“A net-net stock is a stock with a market capitalisation that is lower than its net current asset value. The net current asset value can be calculated using the following formula:

Net current asset value = Total current assets – Total liabilities “

This investing style was introduced by the “father of value investing”, namely, Benjamin Graham.

In his article, my colleague Sudhan shared 30 companies that fit into the above description. In other words, these companies’ stock prices are really cheap!

Example of these companies are UOB-Kay Hian Holdings Limited (SGX: U10), Hong Leong Asia Ltd (SGX: H22), K1 Ventures (SGX: BLT), Kingboard Copper Foil Holdings Limited (SGX: K14) and more.

For value investors looking for investing ideas, you might not want to miss the next part.

High-yield blue chips

For investors seeking high dividend-paying blue chips companies, you don’t want to miss these two articles (here and here) by my colleague Chin Hui Leong.

In his articles, Chin Hui Leong shared with us nine of the highest yield blue chip from the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI). Example include StarHub Ltd (SGX: CC3) and ComfortDelgro Corporation Ltd (SGX: C52).

If you want to know the names of the other seven companies, make sure you read his articles here and here.

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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 contributor Lawrence Nga doesn’t own shares in any companies mentioned.