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Smart Reads of the Week: Safe Transition

In a surprise announcement on Monday, the government is proceeding with the move from Phase I’s “Safe Re-Opening” to Phase II’s “Safe Transition”.

The news must surely come as a relief to businesses that have been ordered to shut down during the circuit breaker.

While there are still strict measures in place, this news can be like a breath of fresh air for many businesses and people.

The sense of relief is almost palpable as malls and eateries roar back to life again.

We don’t know if there will be any closures in the near future, but for now, many business owners are heaving a sigh of relief.

A sharp plunge on Monday reminded everyone of the turbulence we witnessed back in March, although the rest of the week was relatively uneventful.

In such volatile times, our top articles this week cover high potential stocks, and how investors can still make money in the stock market.

Here are our top articles this week.

1. 3 Resilient Companies I Would Buy With S$10,000

The search is on for strong businesses that can survive the adverse effects of the pandemic. Here are three resilient businesses you may want to add to your watchlist.

2. 2 Dividend Champions with Great Growth Prospects

Dividend champions are defined as companies that show a consistent trend of raising their dividends. Here are two such companies that are also accompanied by great growth potential.

3. 5 Things You Should Know About UOB

United Overseas Bank Ltd (SGX: U11), or UOB, is one of Singapore’s leading financial institutions. Here are five interesting facts about the bank.

4. This Tech Company Soared 60% Recently. Is It a Buy?

It’s not every day that a company’s share price surges 60% in just two days. This technology company seems to have a lot going for it. But does it qualify as a buy?

5. Get Smart: How Can You Make Money in Today’s Stock Market?

Are you puzzled over the sudden rise in the stock market? Do you believe valuations are now too high to deploy some cash? We explore ways to make money under current market conditions.

6. These 3 REITs Are Still Cheap. But Are They Worth Buying?

Even after the recent run-up in share prices for the REIT sector, these three REITs remain cheap. But, the big question is whether they are cheap for a good reason?

So, dear readers, please do stay safe and take the necessary precautions to lower the risk of infection.

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