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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2100 on: July 05, 2020, 02:40:51 PM »
SPH 3QFY2020 earnings result to be released on Wednesday 8 July 2020.

UOB Kay Hian maintains its 'hold' call on SPH, TP $1.52 ~ 26 Jun 2020
https://www.theedgesingapore.com/capital/brokers-calls/uob-kay-hian-maintains-its-hold-call-sph-undemanding-valuation-and-uncertainty

SPH ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$1.01

SPH closed with a spinning top @ S$1.29 (-0.01, -0.8%) with 8.47m shares done on 3 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$1.25, immediate resistance @ S$1.33.



SPH closed @ S$1.29 on 3 Jul 2020.



Where next for the SPH share price after being dropped by STI Index? ~ 17 Jun 2020
https://www.ig.com/sg/news-and-trade-ideas/where-next-for-sph-share-price-after-being-dropped-by-sti-index--200617
SPH shares are currently trading at S$1.36 each, nearly 50% below their 52-week high.

Student housing in the UK is no longer a ‘bullet-proof’ investment after the coronavirus crisis ~ 3 Jun 2020
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/03/covid-crisis-student-housing-at-risk-as-universities-move-online.html
  • It’s currently unclear how higher education will work in the upcoming academic year and without students attending face-to-face classes, on top of the travel restrictions, the crisis is weighing on this niche investment opportunity.
  • Unite Students, one of the largest student accommodation providers in the U.K., said in April it expected a loss between 16% and 20% in rents for the 2019/20 academic year.


SPH buys student digs for £448 as Singapore zeroes in on UK universities ~ 23 Dec 2019
https://www.mingtiandi.com/real-estate/outbound-investment/singapores-sph-buys-uk-student-housing-for-448m/
The SGX-listed media conglomerate’s latest acquisition more than doubles its university accommodation holdings to S$1.5 billion ($1.1 billion), according to a disclosure to the stock exchange.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2101 on: July 05, 2020, 03:03:23 PM »
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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2102 on: July 06, 2020, 03:36:03 PM »
Great Eastern invests US$70m in Axiata Digital ~ 25 Jun 2020
https://www.businesstoday.com.my/2020/06/25/great-eastern-invests-usd70-million-in-axiata-digital/

Axiata ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP RM2.97, next TP RM2.45

Axiata closed with a spinning top @ RM3.50 (-0.01, -0.3%) with 3.65m shares done on 3 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ RM3.43, immediate resistance @ RM3.60.



AXIATA ~ Bearish Descending Triangle Breakout, interim TP RM2.97, next TP RM2.45

Axiata closed with a doji unchanged @ RM3.70 with 3.70m shares done on 28 Apr 2020.

Immediate support @ RM3.60, immediate resistance @ RM3.80.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2103 on: July 15, 2020, 11:09:00 AM »
Hong Kong third wave: Another patient in ward infected, sparking fears of coronavirus spreading in hospital ~ 14 Jul 2020
https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/health-environment/article/3093076/coronavirus-least-50-new-cases-covid-19-recorded
  • A 64-year-old cancer patient in Queen Elizabeth Hospital confirmed with coronavirus after sharing ward with two others who have the infection.
  • Of the other 48 cases in city, 24 had unknown sources of transmission, prompting health officials to describe the latest outbreak as ‘very worrying’.
Coronavirus: Hong Kong unveils most sweeping social-distancing rules yet as 52 new cases emerge ~ 13 Jul 2020
https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/health-environment/article/3092920/coronavirus-hong-kong-toughen-social-distancing
  • City will enter new phase in battle to stop escalating health crisis, with restaurants and bars among venues facing tough restrictions.
  • Government has hired two mainland Chinese firms to help with testing, admitting 400,000 residents at higher risk of contracting virus.
Sudden mysterious 100+ COVID cases in Hong Kong after China National Security Law ~ 12 Jul 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CgU4fZR0Wk

HK Land ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP US$3.48, next TP US$3.00

HK Land closed with a black marubozu @ US$3.96 (-0.09, -2.2%) with 2.50m shares done on 14 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ US$3.86, immediate resistance @ US$4.20.



What will happen to your business in Hong Kong?

By J. Stewart Black and Allen J. Morrison
June 17, 2020

More than 9,000 foreign firms operate in Hong Kong, among them 1,300 from the United States. So when the Chinese legislature recently passed a new security law intended to prevent “secession, subversion, terrorism and foreign interference” in Hong Kong, many CEOs and top executives began wondering about the business implications. The U.S. State Department added to the uncertainty last month by declaring that Hong Kong is no longer autonomous enough to warrant special treatment.

Between us we have researched in and about China and Hong Kong for many years, and we know that there’s no single answer to this question. That’s in part because the implications of these two developments for firms will depend in large part on why they are in Hong Kong in the first place. Most are there for one of three main reasons, so let’s consider each:

For Hong Kong

These firms want access to Hong Kong’s upstream resources and downstream opportunities. They tend to be relatively small service firms focused on specialized areas such as finance. (Hong Kong was recently ranked the #3 financial center in the world after New York and London.) Part of the reason companies in this category tend to be smaller is that Hong Kong is a relatively small economy, with a GDP in 2019 of just U.S. $352 billion, which ranks about 35th in the world. Most of these firms are in the service sector because that sector represents nearly 93% of Hong Kong’s GDP.

Because of the dominant role of services in Hong Kong’s economy, any movement up or down in GDP has a direct and significant effect on the revenues of this first category of foreign firms. As political tensions in Hong Kong increased in the second half of 2019, Hong Kong’s GDP dropped 1.2% for the year, and the country officially slipped into recession. More worrisome, foreign direct investment (FDI) into Hong Kong fell a staggering 47% in 2019 to $55 billion. In the process Hong Kong fell from the #3 destination globally, just behind China, to #5. It will take months and even years to learn how China’s new security law will affect Hong Kong, and how countries around the world will react, but it is hard to imagine the specifics helping GDP and FDI. First that are in Hong Kong for Hong Kong will feel the pain immediately and directly.

If this weren’t enough, brain drain could also hurt these firms. Countries such as the U.S., UK, and Canada have all indicated their willingness to adjust their immigration or citizenship rules to allow, as the U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo put it, “Hong Kong people…[to] bring their entrepreneurial creativity to our country.” Firms in Hong Kong for Hong Kong rely heavily on local talent, and a loss of the best and brightest to other countries could be devastating to them.

For China

These firms—1,300 of them from the United States—are in Hong Kong largely for the access it provides them to China, though most of them are also there for Hong Kong. A quick review of a few key numbers will make it clear why these firms have decided that Hong Kong offers them good access.

In 2019, China was the second largest recipient of FDI in the world ($139 billion), behind only the United States. According to the National Bureau of Statistics of China, approximately two-thirds of all the FDI into China came via Hong Kong. In 2018 Hong Kong exported $25.3 billion to China, which was Hong Kong’s #1 destination and accounted for 20% of all of its exports. China exported $282 billion to Hong Kong, which was China’s #2 destination after the United States ($499 billion) and accounted for 10.9% of all of China’s exports. In 2018, U.S. $37 billion (8%) of Mainland China’s exports to the United States and roughly U.S. $10 billion of China’s imports from the United States were transshipped through Hong Kong. In terms of capital flows, over the last decade approximately 80% of the IPOs outside Mainland China have been issued in Hong Kong. In addition, Hong Kong has handled about 40% of Chinese firms’ U.S. dollar-bond issuances. Given all of this, and Hong Kong’s proximity to Mainland China, it’s no surprise that so many foreign firms are in Hong Kong.

If Hong Kong loses its special status for good, these firms could get hurt in two ways. First, if the United States does anything to curtail debt or equity transactions in Hong Kong by Chinese firms, foreign firms based in China that collect significant fees for facilitating these transactions would see their top line shrink. Second, if tariffs or export controls are created for China and extended to Hong Kong, this could affect $47 billion worth of annual transshipments and hit the revenues of foreign firms based in Hong Kong that are involved in numerous aspects of these transactions—everything from logistics and financing to legal and banking activities.

In effect, those firms that are in Hong Kong for China, and especially any of the 1,300 or so U.S. firms in this category, could easily find themselves caught in the crossfire between China and the United States. Ironically, in the past Hong Kong’s special status either largely protected these firms from being caught in the middle, or in some cases helped them benefit. For example, past trade tensions between the United States and China have caused transshipments to increase. Those firms that were in Hong Kong for China and that were involved in in these transshipments benefited from the increase. With the loss of special status, these benefits would disappear.

Another potential area of concern for firms that are in Hong Kong for China firms would be changes in visa requirements.  Currently, many nations, including the United States, have agreements with Hong Kong that require no visas and allow temporary stays of up to three months. In contrast, China has cumbersome visa requirements with most of these same countries. The loss of  Hong Kong’s special status regarding visas could mean that firms that are in Hong Kong for China would probably find it much more difficult for their employees to fly into Hong Kong to conduct business for China.

For Asia

There are 1,541 foreign firms that have their regional headquarters in Hong Kong, including over 300 U.S. firms. These firms use Hong Kong as their base of operations for activities throughout Asia, from Japan in the north to Australia in the south, and from Indonesia in the east to India in the west. Obviously, Hong Kong and China fall within these boundaries.

Hong Kong’s global and regional standing in finance facilitates the coordination of capital requirements for the region. If the new particulars of the security law end up being strict enough, and reactions from the United States and United Kingdom are strong enough that Hong Kong’s standing in the financial markets shrinks significantly, Singapore could become an attractive alternative for regional headquarters. Many aspects of its financial market, from company listings to foreign currency exchange, already rival or surpasses Hong Kong. Its political security, efficient infrastructure, quality schools, and other features only add to its attractiveness as a base for regional headquarters. U.S. technology firms in fact already have twice as many regional headquarters in Singapore as in Hong Kong.

Expatriates typically play a critical role and constitute an important portion of senior managers and top executives in virtually all regional headquarters. The thought of Chinese secret police being embedded in Hong Kong might make it difficult, or at least more expensive, to entice key expatriates to take up regional positions in Hong Kong. Often expatriates are put in these slots not just to do the job but as a core part of their development as future global leaders, and therefore simply substituting locals for expatriates would not be a satisfying option for most firms. Any brain drain of local talent would only amplify this leadership shortfall.

What should CEOs do?

Despite all of the differences outlined above, there are three general actions that firms in all three categories should take:
  • Secure Your People. The most important asset in all three categories is people. Given that services constitute 92% of Hong Kong’s economy, this is hardly surprising. What is surprising and worrisome, however, is data that have turned up in research conducted by Stewart Black, who surveyed some 5,000 executives.  Although about 93% of these executives  (1,300 of them in Hong Kong, and their responses reflect those of the whole group) said that people are their most important asset, more than 84% had no clear strategy for attracting and retaining the people they need, and more than 96% did not have clear metrics to hold executives accountable for their success or failure in winning the war for talent. We have also found that although competitive compensation is important, superior culture, leadership, and job enrichment matter even more. The bottom line is that firms in all three categories need to review and strengthen their employee value proposition to ensure that the people they want want them.
  • Review Scenarios. It’s essential to come up with different scenarios and think contingencies out in advance. Scenario planning is not about trying to predict the future but laying out best- and worse-case scenarios, and then making explicit the factors and cause-and-effect relationships that would bring them about. Going through this process attunes executives to what they need to watch so they don’t get blindsided. It also lowers the likelihood that executives will respond with knee-jerk reactions in the heat of the moment.
  • Create Options. The worst-case scenario for Hong Kong is severe enough that foreign firms operating there would be wise to create some options so that, if need be, they can move people and activities to alternative locations without having to scramble whenever the time comes. This recommendation is the most difficult for firms that are in Hong Kong for Asia, but it is potentially the most beneficial to them as well. Moving a regional headquarters is not easy, which is why a survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore found that the vast majority of firms with regional headquarters in Hong Kong do not plan to move them. However, having contingency plans or even moving select activities to an alternate regional location can often cost less than taking a wait-and-see approach.
It is hard to predict exactly how severe the new security law will be or how the United States and other nations will react. But no matter what happens, the firms that will hit the right balance between doing too little and too much are those that understand clearly why they are in Hong Kong; that know what factors will help or hurt them the most; and that take the basic steps outlined above. And at the end of the day, China is still very dependent on Hong Kong for trade, FDI, equity and debt capital, and foreign exchange—and that self-interest should keep its leaders from going too far with implementing the security law.

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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2104 on: July 16, 2020, 09:02:51 AM »
Singapore and Malaysia aim to open travel 'green lane' on Aug 10 ~ 14 Jul 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h11u2ySbrKQ

Most property developers flag possible sales target revision — HLIB ~ 13 Jul 2020
https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/most-property-developers-flag-possible-sales-target-revision-%E2%80%94-hlib

HLIB Research trims SP Setia's TP to RM0.87 ~ 10 Jul 2020
https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/hlib-research-trims-s-p-setias-target-price-87-sen-keeps-hold-call-sales-and-gdv-downside
SP Setia's 2QFY20 results targeted for mid-August.

SP Setia Q1 net profit dips 43.78%, weighed down by MCO ~ 14 May 2020
https://www.malaymail.com/news/money/2020/05/14/sp-setia-q1-net-profit-dips-43.78pc-weighed-down-by-mco/1866182
SP Setia revised its sales target for the financial year ending December 31, 2020 (FY2020) to RM3.80 billion from RM4.55 billion set earlier.

SP Setia ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP RM0.55

SP Setia closed with a spinning top @ RM0.805 (-0.005, -0.6%) with 4.19m shares done on 16 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ RM0.77, immediate resistance @ RM0.84.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2105 on: July 16, 2020, 09:38:42 AM »
HK Land and SP Setia ~ Similar chart pattern

HK Land ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP US$3.48, next TP US$3.00

HK Land closed with a black marubozu @ US$3.96 (-0.09, -2.2%) with 2.50m shares done on 14 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ US$3.86, immediate resistance @ US$4.20.



SP Setia ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP RM0.55

SP Setia closed with a spinning top @ RM0.805 (-0.005, -0.6%) with 4.19m shares done on 15 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ RM0.77, immediate resistance @ RM0.84.



Performance chart ~ HK Land vs SP Setia as at 15 Jul 2020



苏小妹:

对比香港置地和实达集团的3年图形,你看得懂是圆形顶(Rounding Top)吗?

唯一不同的是;香港置地的圆顶还没有向下突破,而实达集团的圆顶却已经向下突破了。

从技术分析的角度来看这两只股票,你觉得哪一只股票会有比较强劲的技术反弹?




Performance chart ~ HK Land vs SP Setia as at 22 Nov 2019



HK Land ~ Bear Flag, interim TP @ US$4.62

HK Land closed with a white marubozu @ US$5.36 (+0.09, +1.7%) with 1.60m shares done on 22 Nov 2019.

Immediate support @ US$5.22, immediate resistance @ US$5.40.



SP Setia ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP RM0.88

SP Setia closed with a black marubozu @ RM1.28 (-0.09, -6.6%) with high volume done at 22.7m shares on 22 Nov 2019.

Immediate support @ RM1.25, immediate resistance @ RM1.39.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2106 on: July 20, 2020, 11:37:16 AM »
苏小妹:

SATS 的股价预测 (TP @ S$1.50) 可以用胡立阳所说的「最简单的技术分析理论」。


SATS just reported its first quarterly loss ever: What’s next for the stock? ~ 14 Jul 2020
https://www.asiaone.com/money/sats-just-reported-its-first-quarterly-loss-ever-whats-next-stock
SATS reported a net loss of S$6.3m in Q4 FY2020 on July 9, as compared to a net profit of S$49.9m in the same period a year prior.
This is below SATS’ initial earnings projection of S$15m to S$19m in net profit.

Kepler Capital stick to Buy for SATS, TP $2.08 ~ 13 Jul 2020
https://www.investing.com/news/kepler-capital--stick-to-their-buy-rating-for-sats-ltd-2227197

SATS ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$2.52 next TP S$1.50

SATS closed with a spinning top @ S$2.91 (+0.05, +1.7%) with 4.21m shares done on 17 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$2.85, immediate resistance @ S$3.08.



Bearish Descending Triangle Chart Pattern


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2107 on: July 21, 2020, 11:17:46 AM »
Analysts remain neutral on SPH as it fights off Covid-19 bug ~ 15 Jul 2020
https://www.theedgesingapore.com/capital/brokers-calls/analysts-remain-neutral-sph-it-fights-covid-19-bug
Analysts have adopted a neutral stance towards SPH since its FY20F profit guidance is looking to drop significantly from the $187m logged in FY19. CIMB and OCBC’s analysts have posted “neutral” or “hold” calls on SPH at $1.35. DBS' Yeo and Sim meanwhile also have a "hold" call, but at a lower target price of $1.26.

SPH ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$1.01

SPH closed with a hammer unchanged @ S$1.20 with 10.1m shares done on 20 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$1.14, immediate resistance @ S$1.25.



SPH ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$1.01

SPH closed with a spinning top @ S$1.29 (-0.01, -0.8%) with 8.47m shares done on 3 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$1.25, immediate resistance @ S$1.33.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2108 on: July 21, 2020, 01:15:55 PM »
CapitaLand says H1 2020 profit 'will be materially and adversely impacted' ~ 6 Jul 2020
https://www.ig.com/sg/news-and-trade-ideas/capitaland-share-price--whats-the-latest-following-soft-profit-g-200706
  • Operating PATMI is expected to reduce by 25% to 35% from the S$361.3m recorded in the first half of 2019 (H1 2019).
  • Cash PATMI (comprising Operating PATMI and Portfolio Gains) is expected to reduce by 40% to 50% from the S$496m achieved in H1 2019.
  • CapitaLand has adopted annual valuation in December with effect from 2020. Any revaluation gains or losses on investment properties will only be recorded in its full year results and accordingly, will not be comparable in H1 2020 to that for H1 2019, which recorded revaluation gains of S$379.4m. Nevertheless, CapitaLand will continue to recognise its share of any revaluation gains or losses recorded and announced by its listed investments.
Capitaland ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$2.46,next TP S$1.79

Capitaland closed with a spinning top @ S$2.85 (-0.01, -0.3%) with 7.66m shares done on 20 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$2.80, immediate resistance @ S$2.92.



Capitaland ~ Trading in an intermediate upward sloping channel

Capitaland gapped down and closed with a doji @ S$2.86 (-0.04, -1.4%) with 15.7m shares done on 25 Jun 2020.

Immediate support @ S$2.79, immediate resistance @ S$2.92.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2109 on: July 22, 2020, 07:53:02 AM »
Analysts remain positive on Sembcorp Industries despite difficult first half ~ 20 Jul 2020
https://www.theedgesingapore.com/capital/brokers-calls/analysts-remain-positive-sembcorp-industries-despite-difficult-first-half
UOBKH upgraded SCI to “buy”, TP $2.20.
RHB maintained “buy” on SCI, TP $2.11.
CIMB maintained “add” on SCI, TP $2.27.

Sembcorp posts $131m net loss in H1, warns of worse to come ~ 17 Jul 2020
https://www.straitstimes.com/business/companies-markets/sembcorp-posts-131m-net-loss-in-h1-warns-of-worse-to-come

Sembcorp ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$1.36

Sembcorp closed with a tri-star doji @ S$1.77 (+0.01, +0.6%) with 3.89m shares done on 21 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$1.71, immediate resistance @ S$1.83.



Sembcorp Ind ~ What an epic short squeeze looks like

Sembcorp gapped up and closed with a spinning top @ S$2.09 (+0.56, +36.6%) with high volume done at 90m shares on 9 Jun 2020.

Immediate support @ S$1.55, immediate resistance @ S$2.09.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2110 on: July 22, 2020, 08:25:44 AM »
Sembmarine to incur wider net losses in 2020, 2021: UOBKH ~ 20 Jul 2020
https://www.theedgesingapore.com/brokers-calls/sembmarine-incur-wider-net-losses-2020-2021-uobkh
Sembmarine is forecast to incur wider net losses of $261 million this year and $55 million next year, according to UOB KayHian.

SembCorp Marine ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, TP S$0.21

SembCorp Marine closed with a bullish harami @ S$0.435 (+0.01, +2.4%) with 3.57m shares done on 21 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$0.42, immediate, resistance @ S$0.46.



SembCorp Marine ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$0.42

SembCorp Marine gapped down and closed with a spinning top @ S$0.62 (-0.23, -27.1%) with exceptional high volume done at 140m shares on 9 Jun 2020.

Immediate support @ S$0.45, immediate, resistance @ S$0.67.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2111 on: July 22, 2020, 09:10:31 AM »
EcoWorld posts lower 2Q net profit due to MCO ~ 25 Jun 2020
https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/ecoworld-posts-lower-2q-net-profit-due-mco-sees-big-rebound-sales-during-cmco
EcoWorld's net profit fell 48% to RM21.39m in Q2 ended 30 Apr 2020 (2QFY20) compared with RM41.17m previously.

Eco World ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP RM0.295

Eco World closed with a gravestone doji unchanged @ RM0.42 with 7.51m shares done on 21 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ RM0.40, immediate resistance @ RM0.44.



Eco World ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP RM0.50

Eco World closed with a spinning unchanged @ RM0.655 with 9.52m shares done on 14 Oct 2019.

Immediate support @ RM0.625, immediate resistance @ RM0.70.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2112 on: July 22, 2020, 09:18:07 AM »
Eco World and SP Setia ~ Similar Chart Pattern

Eco World ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP RM0.295

Eco World closed with a gravestone doji unchanged @ RM0.42 with 7.51m shares done on 21 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ RM0.40, immediate resistance @ RM0.44.



SP Setia ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP RM0.55

SP Setia closed with a spinning top @ RM0.805 (-0.005, -0.6%) with 4.19m shares done on 16 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ RM0.77, immediate resistance @ RM0.84.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2113 on: July 25, 2020, 09:16:44 AM »
Add 12 intc @ 50.22

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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2114 on: July 26, 2020, 09:48:43 AM »
CAO will release its unaudited financial results for the half-year ended 30 June 2020 on Thursday, 30 July 2020.

RHB maintained BUY on CAO, TP S$1.25 ~ 6 Jul 2020
https://s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/investingnote-production-webbucket/attachments/b62f177be34a6e301de2977955546b41a493be05.pdf

RHB kept BUY on CAO, TP S$1.25 ~ 12 Jun 2020
https://s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/investingnote-production-webbucket/attachments/0b0b23254744bd3582c328782f80739dd4b8ae7d.pdf

RHB maintained BUY on CAO, new TP S$1.30 from S$1.55 ~ 12 Mar 2020
https://s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/investingnote-production-webbucket/attachments/4aff074af27ad8fe5f1a6e22d17ff5c76dc67698.pdf

DBS reiterated BUY on CAO, TP S$1.65 ~ 26 Feb 2020
https://s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/investingnote-production-webbucket/attachments/3e3e33982c7508a0115114ee4c06fad4566b2038.pdf

RHB reiterated BUY on CAO, TP S$1.55  ~ 21 Jan 2020
https://www.theedgesingapore.com/capital/brokers-calls/china-aviation-oil-kept-buy-rhb-diversification-strategy-long-term-growth

CAO ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$0.69

CAO closed with a hanging man @ S$0.98 (-0.015, -1.5%) with 790,000 shares done on 24 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$0.95, immediate resistance @ S$1.01.



CAO : Good shortsell candidate

CAO ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$0.895, next TP S$0.73

CAO closed with a bearish harami @ S$0.965 (-0.025, -2.5%) with 790,000 shares done on 11 Mar 2020.

Immediate support @ S$0.925, immediate resistance @ S$1.02.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2115 on: July 26, 2020, 10:22:17 AM »
Capitaland (20 Jul 2020) and CAO (11 Mar 2020) ~ Bearish symmetrical triangle chart pattern

Capitaland ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$2.46,next TP S$1.79

Capitaland closed with a spinning top @ S$2.85 (-0.01, -0.3%) with 7.66m shares done on 20 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$2.80, immediate resistance @ S$2.92.



CAO ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$0.895, next TP S$0.73

CAO closed with a bearish harami @ S$0.965 (-0.025, -2.5%) with 790,000 shares done on 11 Mar 2020.

Immediate support @ S$0.925, immediate resistance @ S$1.02.



Bearish symmetrical triangle chart pattern


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2116 on: July 27, 2020, 12:32:45 PM »
苏小妹:

Yanlord 最悲观的股价预测 = S$0.59 or FIBO 161.8%;可以引用 8 Aug 2019 的图形着为参考(@ S$0.875 or FIBO 161.8%)。


KGI Securities maintained its outperform call on Yanlord, TP $1.45 ~ 17 Jul 2020
https://www.theedgesingapore.com/capital/brokers-calls/yanlord-land-%E2%80%98red-hot%E2%80%99-set-outperform-sales-target-strong-summer-sales-kgi

Yanlord ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$0.855

Yanlord closed with a bearish harami cross @ S$1.22 (-0.01, -0.8%) with 880,000 shares done on 24 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$1.18, immediate resistance @ S$1.25.



Yanlord ~ Bearish Round Top Formation, critical support @ S$1.105

Yanlord closed with a doji unchanged @ S$1.18 with 1.25m shares done on 8 Aug 2019.

Immediate support @ S$1.15, strong resistance @ S$1.22.



Yanlord closed @ S$1.32 (+0.03, +2.3%) with 1.50m shares done on 12 Jul 2019.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2117 on: July 28, 2020, 10:02:19 AM »
苏小妹:

SIA Engg 最悲观的股价预测 = S$0.59 or FIBO 161.8%;可以引用16 Nov 2018 的图形做为参考(@ S$1.74 or FIBO 161.8%)。


SIA Engineering reports 74.3% drop in net profit to $10.7 mil in 1Q20 business update ~ 17 Jul 2020
https://www.theedgesingapore.com/capital/results/sia-engineering-reports-743-drop-net-profit-107-mil-1q20-business-update
The group adds that its financial performance for this quarter was cushioned by the grants from government support schemes. Without the support, it says it would have recorded a loss of $36.7 million for the quarter.

SIA Engg ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$1.44

SIA Engg closed with a black marubozu @ S$1.80 (-0.10, -5.3%) with 670,000 shares done on 27 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$1.73, immediate resistance @ S$1.96.



SIA Engg ~ Bearish Descending Triangle Breakout, interim TP S$2.40, next TP S$2.05

SIA Engg closed with a hammer @ S$2.58 (-0.03, -1.9%) with 860,000 shares done on 16 Nov 2018.

Immediate support @ S$2.50, immediate resistance @ S$2.62.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2118 on: July 31, 2020, 10:09:27 AM »
If S$3.05 is convincingly broken with high volume; expect SIA shares to hit record low of S$2.27 or FIBO 161.8%.

DBS maintained “hold” on SIA, TP S$3.75 ~ 29 Jul 2020
https://www.theedgesingapore.com/capital/brokers-calls/dbs-slashes-sia%E2%80%99s-tp-says-strengthened-balance-sheet-could-help-weather-storm

SIA ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$3.05, next TP S$2.27

SIA closed with a hammer @ S$3.42 (-0.11, -3.1%) with 22.7m shares done on 30 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$3.30, immediate resistance @ S$3.65.



Global COVID-19 total surges past 17 million ~ 30 Jul 2020
https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2020/07/global-covid-19-total-surges-past-17-million
It only took 4 days for the pandemic total to rise from 16m to 17m, and on the day the WHO declared the PHEIC on Jan 30, there were nearly 8,000 cases in the world, most of them in China. Today, the global total climbed to 17,126,081 cases, and 669,055 people have died from their infections.

SIA defers Airbus deliveries amid S$1 billion Q1 operating loss ~ 29 Jul 2020
https://www.flightglobal.com/orders-and-deliveries/sia-defers-airbus-deliveries-amid-s1-billion-q1-operating-loss/139530.article
SIA has 19 A350-900s on order and 49 Boeing aircraft on order, comprising 29 787-10s and 20 777-9s. Scoot has 30 A320neos and 16 A321neos, alongside five 787s, on order. Meanwhile, SilkAir has 31 737 Max 8s on order. SIA’s move to defer aircraft deliveries and payment — which it says will “help to moderate fleet growth in the near term”.

SIA plummets into $1.12 bil net loss in 1Q20/21 on continued aviation woes ~ 29 Jul 2020
https://www.theedgesingapore.com/capital/results/sia-plummets-112-bil-net-loss-1q2021-continued-aviation-woes
This marks the 2nd consecutive qtr of losses registered by SIA, following its $732.4m loss in 4Q19/20.
The losses registered for the quarter translates into losses per share of 57.2 cents.
1Q2021 group revenue plunged 79.3% to $851m from the $4.10b registered in the same period last year.
Mark-to-market losses of $464m on ineffective fuel hedges were also recognised for the quarter.

COVID-19 vaccine unlikely to be widely available before mid-2021, says Germany ~ 29 Jul 2020
https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/covid-19-vaccine-unlikely-to-be-widely-available-before-mid-2021-12972972

Global airlines less hopeful on COVID-19 recovery ~ 28 Jul 2020
https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/global-airlines-less-hopeful-on-covid-19-recovery-2020-07-28
Global airlines cut their coronavirus recovery forecast on Tuesday 28 Jul 2020, saying it would take until 2024 - a year longer than previously expected - for passenger traffic to return to pre-crisis levels.

Singapore Airlines - The harsh operating environment ~ 26 Jul 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKyRumnobhM
SIA is operating at about 6% of its scheduled capacity in the month of July 2020. This will be lifted to 7% by August 2020.

Rise in global Covid-19 toll and its implications ~ 20 Jul 2020
https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/explainer-rise-number-covid-19-cases-globally-and-its-implications
One expert said exponential growth in Covid-19 cases shows that the situation is “spiralling out of control”.
Based on current evidence, the transmissibility and severity of Covid-19 have not changed, said the WHO.
Uptrend expected to continue until control measures such as mask wearing, contact tracing and isolation resume.


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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2119 on: August 02, 2020, 09:23:07 AM »
Keppel posts $698 million net loss for Q2; fails to meet pre-condition for Temasek takeover bid

https://www.straitstimes.com/business/companies-markets/keppel-posts-698-million-net-loss-for-q2-fails-to-meet-pre-condition-for?xtor=CS3-18&utm_source=STiPhone&utm_medium=share&utm_term=2020-08-02%209%3A08%3A27

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Re: Casino Stocks
« Reply #2120 on: August 03, 2020, 10:10:59 AM »
Wild price movement on the top 2 sector stocks of the STI could swing the SiMSCI and vice versa ~ 9 Jun 2020
 [The 3 banks; DBS, OCBC and UOB + real estate inclusive of REITs = 67.91% (45.46% + 22.45%)]

The Straits Times Index is all about the share prices of the top 6 Index stocks (out of the 30 component stocks) ~ 28 Feb 2018

苏小妹:

The 3 banks; DBS, OCBC and UOB contribute 38% to the STI.


Singapore asks banks to restrict dividends, conserve capital ~ 29 Jul 2020
https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/business/2020/07/29/singapore-asks-banks-to-restrict-dividends-conserve-capital/

STI ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP 2,208

STI closed with a hammer @ 2,529.82 (-43.63, -1.7%) on 30 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ 2,490, immediate resistance @ 2,657.



STI (weekly) ~ Bearish Descending Triangle Breakout ~ 30 Jul 2020



STI (weekly) ~ Bearish Descending Triangle Breakout, TP 2,269 ~ 13 Mar 2020



Bearish Descending Triangle Chart Pattern


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« Reply #2121 on: August 03, 2020, 04:56:01 PM »
UOBKH maintained BUY on KepCorp, TP S$7.10 ~ 3 Aug 2020
https://s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/investingnote-production-webbucket/attachments/ae76320a11f11a6b579c3a0ebbdc0b25e776b57b.pdf

OCBC maintained BUY on KepCorp, TP S$6.40 ~ 3 Aug 2020
https://s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/investingnote-production-webbucket/attachments/5d6000fd5e88311d4b1ffa06c22820060e7fe2fc.pdf

KepCorp ~ Trading in a downward sloping channel, interim TP S$4.00

KepCorp closed with a black marubozu @ S$5.40 (-0.20, -3.6%) with high volume done at 11.9m shares on 30 Jul 2020.

Immediate support @ S$5.30, immediate resistance @ S$5.74.



Temasek's $3 bln bid for Keppel at risk as conglomerate reports big loss ~ 30 Jul 2020
https://www.reuters.com/article/keppel-results/update-1-keppels-loss-breaches-temaseks-conditions-for-takeover-ceo-says-idINL3N2F136O
Keppel posts Q2 net loss of S$697 mln vs year-prior profit.
Loss breaches Temasek’s terms of conditional offer.
Keppel impacted by impairments in offshore & marine unit.
Bid unlikely to proceed unless pre-conditions waived-analyst.

Could the KepCorp takeover offer by Temasek be in jeopardy? ~ 2 Jul 2020
https://www.asiaone.com/money/could-keppel-corporation-takeover-offer-temasek-be-jeopardy
If KepCorp does report a significant fall in its net profit during its upcoming earnings, Temasek will have the right to rescind the offer as the pre-conditions have not been satisfied. The current share price may also explain why Keppel continues to trade at a 19% discount to its $7.35 offer price, despite the close of the offer being just four months away.

Temasek Holdings to drop $4 bil bid for control of Keppel Corp pending Keppel’s next earnings report ~ 29 Jun 2020
https://www.theedgesingapore.com/news/company-news/temasek-holdings-drop-4-bil-bid-control-keppel-corp-pending-keppel%E2%80%99s-next-earnings
Temasek Holdings is prepared to drop a $4 billion bid for control of KepCorp should the Singaporean conglomerate’s next earnings report trigger a clause that allows it to walk away, according to people familiar with the matter. (KepCorp's First Half of 2020 earnings report to be released on 30 July 2020.)

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« Reply #2122 on: August 04, 2020, 01:24:51 PM »
Europe seeing COVID-19 cases rise as worldwide toll nears 18 million with > 687,000 deaths ~ 2 Aug 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrfZqbN4vy0

闫丽梦博士:病毒被中共军方发现和拥有,经过精心策划;来自自然演化的可能性为零 ~ 2 Aug 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOevQMQmpm4

7月28日闫丽梦博士首次接受路德采访 ~ 28 Jul 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mx56l4-0tUE

「WHO」~ 17 Feb 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVuelwId3dU

「問我國家哪像染病」 ~ 24 Jan 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9HzT50vXhk