gold prices

Investing ideas

Amid higher gold prices, ValueMax, Maxi-Cash and MoneyMax could emerge as pawn stars

(Sept 9): Singapore-listed pawnbrokers ValueMax Group, Maxi-Cash Financial Services Corp and MoneyMax Financial Services have largely been under the radar, as investors tend to focus on l

Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong unrest sends gold investors to seek haven in Singapore

(Aug 19): Escalating political turmoil in Hong Kong is spooking some gold investors.


Gold's rally to 6-year high spurs people to sell their old Tiffanys and Rolexes

(June 26): Fund managers aren’t the only ones feeling the tailwind from gold’s rally to a six-year high.


Gold powers to 6-month high as turmoil spurs demand for haven

SINGAPORE (Dec 31): Gold is rallying into the end of 2018 as turmoil in global equities, the partial US government shutdown and concerns about the outlook for next year stoke demand, lifting prices

US stocks

Buy the dip when market overreacts, says KGI

SINGAPORE (Feb 5): The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped by about 666 points on Feb 2, a magnitude that was last seen the day after Britain voted to leave the European Union on June 24, 2016.

Broker's Calls

ValueMax started at ‘buy’ on future earnings growth, higher interest rate environment

SINGAPORE (Sept 7): KGI Securities has initiated coverage on ValueMax at “buy” with a target price of 39 cents, based on a price-to-book (P/B) ratio of 1.15 times FY17F estimates a

Why would anyone invest in gold?

(Aug 28): Gold, gold, who would not like to have some gold? The very word is inextricably tied up with wealth and success: Think gold watches, gold chains and gold bars.

In print this week

Gold prices could resume climb; how should investors position for a rally?

SINGAPORE (July 17): At US$1,217.12 an ounce on July 11, the price of gold is 6% below its year-todate high of US$1,294.39 an ounce.

Broker's Calls

CNMC Goldmine no longer a golden ‘buy’; DBS suspends coverage

SINGAPORE (May 19): DBS Vickers Securities is downgrading its call on CNMC Goldmine Holdings to “hold” from “buy” with a lower target price of 31 cents from 60 cents previously, while also suspendi

Be informed of the stories that matter