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Thursday, November 11, 2010


The Wilmar Group is one of Asia's integrated agribusiness groups and is also a palm oil refiner in Asia.The Wilmar Group is primarily involved in palm oil and related business, with integrated business operations ranging from oil palm cultivation and milling to the refining, processing, branding, merchandising and distribution of a wide range of palm oil and lauric and related products.

Wilmar's products are delivered via a distribution network to more than 30 countries. It is a supplier to the Chinese, Indian, African as well as Middle Easten markets, with its products being sold in bulk to refiners, processors, wholesalers and retailers.

The share prices has shoot up to $6.93 before the release of 3RD Quarter result.
It has retreated from a high of $6.93 to $6.30.

Looking Forward Wilmar might stand to reap the positive benefit of better
Asian economies, especially China, India and Indonesia.

Growing demand for high quality processed agricultural and consumer products due to rising affluence & rapid urbanisation in China

Also Wilmar is well-positioned due to:
–Investment in core businesses and newer markets
–Emphasis on emerging markets
–Strong financial position
–Constantly looking out for attractive investment opportunities

The recent news of venturing into China property business has more or less affected people confidnece level why they are doing something that is not their main core of business.
It may be their long term moves to take advantages of China property boom.

The market has penalised this decision and the shares prices has been dropped substantially from $6 - $5.59

I think for long term is still a good opportunity to consider to accumulate some .
Any further price dropped below $5.50 provide a very good buying opportunity.

(Invest at your own decision)

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Ezion Holdings Updates

The company has just announced on 13th October 2010 that it has gone into

This contract is however not expected to have a material impact on the
Group’s earnings per share or net tangible assets per share for the financial year 2010 but are certainly going to boost the revenue for 2011.

The vessel will be used mainly for the haulage of cargos that are required
by the Oil & Gas industry in Australia and Papua New Guinea from the United States of America.

This is being viewed as a positive development as estimated more vessels might be needed for the same deployment of the similar cargoes for the same trade routes and hence forth more contracts and revenues for further growth.

Ocbc has a price target of 82 cents, Dbs - 86 cents and Cimb - 98 cents.
Currently the price is 73.5 cents.
It has an upside potential of about 11 - 30 %.

(Invest at your own decision)

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Nera Telecommunications

- Strong balance sheet.
- Strong Cash position, about 33.3M.
- Cash generated from Operations - about 15.6M.

The Group’s business comprises of two main business segments, namely Telecommunications and Infocommunications.

The Telecommunications
business segment comprises two
main business areas:
Transmission and
Satellite Communications.
In the nine months of 2010, the
Group’s Telecom business
segment managed to secure
about $46 million in order intake.
A robust increased of 39% yoy growth on the order book(3rd Qtr Report).

Competition in the Infocomm
industry remains intense with the
Group competing with various
global IT vendors, partnering local
system integrators and resellers.
In the nine months 2010, the
Group’s Infocomm business area
managed to secure about $81
million in order intake.
A 35% yoy growth towards the order book.

In the Service Providers market sector,
the Group believes that growth will be
driven by continued consumer demand
for broadband services as a result of
the surge in web-internet access and services.
The Group believes that its strong
focus on providing high performances
and secured IP, Optical and Broadcast
network infrastructure products and
solutions will enable Service Providers
to deploy new and competitive services
to their customers.

It is estimated that the point of sale terminals will
increase as Singapore transitions to become a cash-less society.

With the strong order books and couple with an dividend yield of about 8.8%.
This stock has the potential to perform well and thus might drive the stock price higher.

(Invest at your own decision)

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

The Easy Way To Profit From a Booming Market

There is an easy and cheaper way that you may profit from the booming stock market.
For example, simply just buy into the entire Singapore stock market or what we usually refers to as the index of the country's stock market.

In Singapore, it is known as the 'Straits Times Index' that measures the performance of the Singapore stock market.

The Singapore Straits Times Index(STI) is being calculated based on the weighted-average prices of the 30 component stocks listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange.

We may buy into STI ETF which is known as Straits Times Index Exchange Traded Fund that is designed to track the performance of the STI.

An ETF counter is being traded just like any other stock counter listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange.During the boom market, the index will usually tend to trend higher and thus the Exchange Traded Fund prices will also rise/appreciate. You tend to make money if you are able to hold it on a longer term.

The closing price of the STI ETF as of 12th October 2010 is $3.24 per shares and buying one lot ( 1000 shares) on this STI ETF will cost you $3240.

STI ETF also pays yearly dividends of about 2 - 3 percents.
If the Singapore Straits Times Index is able to reach the high of 3800 points then the price of this STI ETF would also rise likewise.
Of course, if the STI ETF has reached a new high, then it will be good for you to take profit and then buy back later at a lower price.

(Invest at your own decision)

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Stock Oversold & Overbought Indicator

How to we know when a particular stock counters is oversold or overbought at that particular point of time?
The answer to the question is generally to look at the movement which measures the rate of change of the shares price of this counter over a certain time frame.

The two common indicators are Relative Strength Indicator(RSI) and Stochastic Indicator.

The RSI ususlly goes up and down from the value of 0 - 100.

When the line goes below 30,this indicates that the stock most probably is oversold.

If the line moves above 70, it means that the stock could be overbought.

The RSI is being measured over a specific time period of 14 days.

Stochastic Indicator is plotted with two lines moving up and down from the value of 20 - 80 .

There are two lines. One is known as '%K' and the 2nd line is known as '%D'.

A buy indication would be when this Stochastic both %K and %D drop below the value of 20 and then rises above that level.

Sell when this Stochastic indicator rises above the value of 80 and then falls below this level.


(Invest at your own decision)

Friday, October 8, 2010


Z-OBEE is a full-set solutions house that provides complete design services covering the entire handset design cycle.

The group's production facilities and R & D Operations are based in China. Also majority of his customers are also from China. The groups served mainly licensed mobile handset Manufacturers & mobile handset Distributors.

In China, the number of mobile subscribers has broken the 800 million mark which is benefically for Z-OBEE business.

At 31.5 cents it may be a good opportunity to consider in accumulating .
Looking at the chart pattern, both RSI and Stochastic seem to be bottom-out.
A breakout above 33 cents(MA 14 day) might see it's price move up to 35.5 cents and higher.

(Invest at your own decision)