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Women, just like men, need to take charge of their finances and invest for the long term. With women living longer than men, there is an even greater need for them to make their own investment decisions to enable them to retire comfortably.
Three women whose careers centre on helping others invest in the stock market discuss why it is important for women to learn to invest and how they can take the first step. Read more
In this article, Philip Securities Research’s Macro Analyst, Ng Weiwen, shares his views on the importance of tracking world indices for tapping new global opportunities. Read more
Stock markets enjoyed a strong start in the New Year as fears regarding the health of Eurozone economies recede while prospects elsewhere in the world brighten. Ng Weiwen, Macro Analyst from Phillip Securities Research, discusses the outlook for equities for the rest of the year and suggests trading strategies. Read more
Are you just stepping into the world of trading Contracts for Difference (CFD) and wondering how to go forward? Perhaps you are already a veteran trader – you’ve seen the highs and the lows of the market, and now you’re ready to up the game. No matter what your portfolio looks like, the Phillip CFD Trading Arena is the place for you. Read more
As part of our 10th Anniversary celebrations on 19th January, Robin Ho, one of PhillipCapital’s top tier trader and remisier will be speaking at the event. Together with ShareInvestor, we conducted a short interview with him on his views on what lies ahead.
As a veteran trader, could you share with us how to draw up investment strategies?
The two disciplines of Fundamental Analysis (FA) and Technical Analysis (TA) are often set against each other and investors may think that they have to make a choice. Combining FA and TA offers the best chance of success in the stock market and is another key to consistent profits. FA uses balance sheets, profit and loss as well as cash flows to determine a company’s strength, while TA uses the relationship between price and volume to determine the probable direction of a security’s price. AS such, FA helps a trader to identify what to buy, while TA helps a trader to determine when to buy or sell. Read more
In 2013, global demand is likely to remain sluggish with G2 economies continuing to deleverage and kick the can (fiscal woes) further down the road. Specifically, US lawmakers will be engaged in a vigorous debate over the details of the … Read more
China’s economic recovery continued in a moderate pace. Economic indicators such as industrial production and retail sales, for a third consecutive month, surprised to the upside. Government official manufacturing PMI continued to improve in November, reporting 50.6, compared to 50.2 … Read more
Together with ShareInvestor, Phillip CFD recently interviewed Chris Tse, Associate Director of Asia, FTSE as he shares his views on Asian indices as well as a prelude to his presentation during Phillip CFD’s 10th Anniversary Celebrations in January 2013.
As FTSE does historical data analysis, how can serious investors benefit by studying the trends?
Savvy investors seeking higher returns from the market can benefit by studying the performance of stock market indices and using them as a benchmark to compare and see how their investment portfolios are doing.
By understanding the index data, investors will be able to know which constituents of the index and business sectors are the key drivers o the performance of the index. This means that investors who are more sophisticated may be able to apply enhanced strategies such as sector rotation to their investments. Read more
30 November 2012 – With the findings of the Investment Trends 2012 Singapore Contracts for Difference (CFD) report, Phillip Securities is pleased to announce that Phillip CFD remains as thelargest CFD provider in Singapore for the third year running, with … Read more
In China, October economic data surprised to the upside for a second consecutive month, pointing to a positive economic outlook. Official manufacturing PMI reported 50.2, indicating a slight expansion in manufacturing activities in October. The preliminary reading for Nov HSBC … Read more