Here are some of the popular articles that have appeared on The Motley Fool Singapore’s website for the week.
Water treatment firm, Hyflux Ltd (SGX: 600), applied to the Singapore High Court in May 2018 for a court-supervised process to reorganise its liabilities and business. What are some of the lessons investors can draw from the company’s fall from grace? Jeremy Chia discusses them in his article.
Here, I look at some of the cheapest stocks on the Singapore stock market. However, not all companies are in tip-top shape, so diversification is critical if you choose to invest in them.
DBS Group Holdings Ltd (SGX: D05), the biggest bank in Singapore, announced its financial results for 2018 earlier this week. For the year, total income grew 11% to a record S$13.2 billion while net profit surged 28% to a high of S$5.6 billion. To find out about the various records DBS broke in 2018, you can also head to Lawrence Nga’s article here.
In this article, Royston Yang shares with us four habits we can follow to make us a better investor.
Malaysia offers many great companies for investors, and one of them those companies is retailer Padini Holdings Berhad (KLSE: 7052.KL). The company has delivered an outstanding total shareholder return of 6,500% in the past 20 years. Jump into the article by Chin Hui Leong to know more about Padini and Malaysia in general.
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