How do you usually identify stocks to buy? One of the method I use is via a stock screener. With the death of Google finance stock screener, I couldn’t find a good decent one and of course for free! Recently, I found an excellent stock screen at Fundsupermart (FSMOne) website that fit my needs. The user interface is clean, sleek, easy to use and most important of all, it has all the basic criterias that I can set and filter.
Below are the basic criteria that you can do set with the Fundsupermart stock screener. Read More
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.
Over $5 billion
Below $5 billion and above $1 billion
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.
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Singapore Telecommunications Limited
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. Limited
Singapore Airlines Ltd
Keppel Corporation Limited
Singapore Exchange Limited
Capitaland Mall Trust
Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust
This blog post is not a buy recommendation for the above stocks. Further analysis should be done before buying.