This week, we cast a spotlight on three sectors — retail, tourism and education.
Retail sales remain weak, leading investors to question if investments in companies within this sector still make sense.
Meanwhile, vaccinated travel lanes have been successfully launched for Germany and Brunei.
However, the question remains as to how effective these travel programs can be in stimulating a recovery for the beleaguered tourism sector.
Elsewhere, China’s harsh clampdown on its private education sector had us exploring if something similar could occur here in Singapore.
Are local education-related stocks resilient to the effects of the pandemic and government policy?
And finally, if you are in your 40s and the prime of your life, we suggest a few stocks that you can look at.
This article continues our mini-series of articles on suitable stocks for various age brackets such as your 20s and 30s.
Here is our list of the top articles for this week.
Here are four growth stocks that you can buy to keep for the next decade and beyond.
Rather than providing examples of interesting REITs to look at, we turn to the types of REITs you should actively avoid buying.
Assuming I had S$10,000 of opportunity fund, here are four stocks I will deploy that money into.
If you are in your 40s, you can consider these five stocks that will give you a mix of growth and dividends.
News is swirling that both Temasek and GIC are planning to deploy funds to prop up the local stock market. What can investors expect?
China has cracked its whip on its private education sector. Can investors expect the same for local education stocks?
With retail sales slowing down in July, should investors still look at consumer names as potential investments?
The successful launch of vaccinated travel lanes has brought hope to the beleaguered tourism sector. Could tourism stocks see a recovery hereon?
iFAST Corporation Limited (SGX: AIY) is seeing its share price soaring a new all-time high. We delve into the reasons for the sharp rise.
Top Glove Corporation Berhad (SGX: BVA) saw its share price shoot up briefly as the US Customs and Border Protection removed its curbs on US imports. What are the implications for the group?
City Developments Limited (SGX: C09) announced the sale of its embattled Chinese investment, Sincere, for a mere US$1. Could this be the event that triggers a re-rating for the stock?
Investors are rejoicing at Keppel Corporation Limited’s (SGX: BN4) recent year on year tripling of its interim dividend. Could your stock be next in line for a dividend boost?
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Please refer to the individual articles for stock ownership disclosures.