Thursday, June 4, 2015

Seminar on- Secrets of a Successful Trader; Way to Financial Freedom (SG)

Educational seminar on- Secrets of a Successful Trader; Way to Financial Freedom 

Date - 23rd June, 6:30 pm- 8:30 pm

Venue-  CIMB Singapore 50, Raffles Place, #01-01 Singapore Land Tower, Singapore 048623
Registration required-

No charges only for learning purpose, I would like to invite you and hope to see you there
sgx picks todayWhat you’ll get to know "What makes a trader successful"

Plannings, strategies & approach towards trading
Traders often just want to know how they can make money from trading. We help you to understand the market trend and suggest best practices to maximize profits and minimize losses. 

Identify your trading style
To be successful in trading one should know which trading style suits him/her; whether its Intraday, Over-night, or positional. A trader should his personality to trade on trading patterns.

Importance of Emotional Quotient over Intelligence Quotient
Importance of Emotional Quotient over Intelligence Quotient in trading. You can have the best trading skills & intellegence but without disciplines you can not succeed in trading

Singapore: STI stages 9-pt rebound after Tuesday's 51-pt loss

AFTER Tuesday's 51-point loss, the Straits Times Index (STI) on Wednesday managed a 9.09-point rebound to 3,349.84. Turnover, which rose to S$1.7 billion on Tuesday, amounted to 1.3 billion units worth S$1.5 billion and excluding warrants, there were 199 rises versus 249 falls.

On Tuesday, business done in the 30 STI components was S$1.3 billion or 76 per cent of total volume. On Wednesday, the 30 index stocks chalked up volume of 318 million units worth S$1.1 billion, about 73 per cent of the total.

Tuesday's high index turnover was believed to be "portfolio rebalancing'' which involved selling Singapore stocks to make way for China stocks, after MSCI said it is considering including China A shares in its emerging markets indices.

According to the Financial Times, only China stocks listed in Hong Kong are included in the indices, although New York-listed China companies - including Alibaba and Baidu - will join them from November this year.

Stocks to watch: YuuZoo, CapitaLand, Vallianz

THE following stocks had announcements that could affect trading activity on Thursday:

YuuZoo Corporation said on Thursday morning that it has formed a new e-sport joint venture in China which would bring the firm at least five million active paying users and 1.5 million yuan (S$325,000) in the first 12 months of operations. The mobile social e-commerce company was also reprimanded by the Singapore Exchange on Wednesday evening for mis-using SGXNet.

The Ascott Limited has reached its goal of 40,000 units ahead of its end-of-year deadline. The serviced residence unit owned by CapitaLand Limited has aggressively expanded in the past five months, and aims to double its current units to 80,000 by 2020.

Offshore marine solutions provider Vallianz Holdings said that it has secured S$10 milllion through the issue of 10 million convertible preference shares to United Orient Capital. The proceeds will go towards fleet expansion and working capital, Vallianz said in its announcement on Thursday morning.

Singapore: STI opens 0.3% lower on Thursday

SINGAPORE shares fell on Thursday morning despite a positive lead in the US and Tokyo markets, with the Straits Times Index (STI) down 9.91 points or 0.3 per cent to 3,339.93 points.

sgx picks todayThis comes after Wall Street stocks rose on Wednesday, following positive US data and a fresh commitment by the European Central Bank to monetary stimulus.

Among the most active stocks in play were Singtel, Silverlake Axis, and Singapore O&G which makes its trading debut on Thursday. Some 86.9 million shares worth S$198.8 million changed hands, with gainers narrowly beating losers 72 to 69.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Stocks to watch: Ezra, Hyflux, Spackman, Cache Logistics Trust

The following companies made announcements that may affect trading on Tuesday:

Ezra Holdings is planning to raise up to US$300 million through a rights issue and the issue of convertible bonds to repay existing debt. This is part of a broader strategy to expand its capital and investor base, deleverage and secure the group's long-term growth prospects, said its CFO Eugene Cheng in an announcement on Saturday.

sgx stock picks to buy todayHyflux on Tuesday morning said it has won a US$48 million contract from Saudi Arabia's state-owned Saline Water Conversion Corporation to build a desalination plant with a daily capacity of 30,000 cubic metres. This is expected to contribute to its results for the current financial year.

A subsidiary of Spackman Entertainment Group has raised US$7 million through a share placement and capital injection. This will go towards investments in entertainment-related businesses that can diversify the group's current exposure to the Korean entertainment sector, it said in an announcement on Tuesday morning

Cache Logistics Trust is selling a warehouse to JTC for S$9.7 million. The transaction, which will be completed by this month, represents an opportunity for Cache to recycle its capital, and to reduce existing debt, the Reit manager said.

Singapore' STI down 0.83% on Tuesday morning

SINGAPORE share prices opened lower on Tuesday with the Straits Times Index (STI) down 28.15 points, or 0.83 per cent, to 3,363.96 as at 9.06 am, following mixed sentiment in US and European trading on Monday.
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Among the most active stocks in early morning trading were Keppel Corp, which lost 5 cents to S$8.70; Singtel, which shed 7 cents to S$4.06; and Noble, which fell 2.5 cents to S$0.77.
Some 136.6 million shares worth S$241.3 million changed hands, with losers outnumbering gainers 113 to 74.