Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has warned that Singapore may face a recession in the next two years.
We explore how you can protect your investment portfolio should this come to pass.
Meanwhile, we also turn our attention to fintech iFAST Corporation Limited (SGX: AIY) and data centre REIT Keppel DC REIT (SGX: AJBU).
With both their share prices tumbling, you may wonder if these stocks present a great bargain.
And if you’re wondering which stocks to include in your CPF Investment Account, we have a couple of suggestions that may do the trick.
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If you’re nervous that a recession may be coming, here are three things you can do to protect your investment portfolio.
iFAST has seen its share price tumbling from its all-time high above S$10 last year. Should investors start nibbling on the stock?
Like iFAST, Keppel DC REIT has also seen its unit price falling steadily to below S$2. Is there any cause for concern?
Thinking of how to invest your CPF funds? Here are four dependable stocks that can give you peace of mind.
Should the market crash suddenly, you can scoop up shares of these three dependable blue-chip stocks.
We present five growth stocks with stellar track records that helped to multiply an investment of S$10,000 into much more 10 years later.
These two Singapore stocks may have surged in the last year, but could still have more room to run.
Here are four Singapore stocks that paid out a higher dividend recently and could go on to pay higher dividends for the rest of this year.
We review the latest business update from Lendlease Global Commercial REIT (SGX: JYEU) to analyse its prospects.
Rounding up our series on this topic, here are the last two attributes that a successful investor should possess.
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