Among the interesting winners paying out recently, we have Genting and Starhub!
Genting was identified last week and gave us a quick 12% gain just a week after entry.
Starhub took 3 months but gave a gain of nearly 27%!
Here is a little more information about our money makers.
Did you know, in 2006 Genting Singapore acquired Stanley Leisure? Stanley Leisure is UK’s largest casino operator with 45 casinos!
Genting’s corporate social responsibility of choice, is to promote Children’s books, via the AFCC Asian Children’s Book Award.
They have a focus on translation so that children’s books can be published more widely regardless of language!
Price has held in a range between 0.68 and 0.88 since August 2015
Began an impulsive run higher in November which brought it within striking range of the range highs.
Easy favourable setup, highlighted by TGPS signals.
Instantly shoots up 12% for its second leg up.
Earnings have actually been on the decline each year.
Their 5 year annual revenue growth rate is actually -2.55%
However, it beat estimates in 2015 by a fairly wide margin of 20%. (although still a decline from the previous year)
According to numerous analysts, the outlook of Genting, until 2018 seems to be bullish, with expectations of increasing earnings year on year.
You can find a summary of Genting’s financial standings about them here.
Did you know, Starhub first paid out a dividend on 9th September 2005.
Starhub’s Corporate Social Responsibility is guided by 3 steps
1) Helping the less privileged by providing them with their basic needs
2) Enable the disadvantaged to realize their aspirations through education and skills enhancement.
3) Empower their beneficiaries to contribute meaningfully to society and/or the environment.
Since 2000, Starhub has donated over S$11.9 million to about 180 causes to help the less fortunate.
Bearish tones since late August, noticed by a student of TradersGPS.
Fres sell signal earlier in November, after this counter had consolidated in a tight range for the 2 months September and October.
The outlook for 2016 seems to indicate that revenue will be similar to 2015, with dividends maintained at 20 cents per ordinary share.
You can find more about Starhub’s financials here.