Stocks are generally classified into small cap, mid map and large cap. Market capitalization (“cap”) is the total value of the issued shares of a publicly traded company. This is also equal to the share price times the number of shares outstanding.
|Large Cap||Over $5 billion|
|Mid Cap||Below $5 billion and above $1 billion|
|Small Cap||Below $1 billion|
With the recent “Brexit”, I have done a screening on the large cap stocks using Google Finance Stock Screener. Large Cap stocks are mainly know as “Blue Chips” and if opportunity arise, it is a good chance to accumulate them for stable dividend yield in the long term.
The criteria I input into Google Finance Stock Screener are market capitalization above $5 billion with above 4% dividend yield.
|Stock||Market Capitalization||Dividend Yield||52w Price Change (%)|
|Singapore Telecommunications Limited||66.01B||4.23||(2.59)|
|Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. Limited||36.70B||4.11||(13.79)|
|Singapore Airlines Ltd||12.84B||4.21||(2.28)|
|Keppel Corporation Limited||10.02B||6.17||(32.89)|
|Singapore Exchange Limited||8.19B||4.06||(5.45)|
|Capitaland Mall Trust||7.69B||4.32||2.36|
|Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust||6.58B||5.21||2.18|
This blog post is not a buy recommendation for the above stocks. Further analysis should be done before buying.