Even after big price cuts, these tech stocks are no bargains

Higher interest rates suggest a healthy economy, but they also have a deflating influence on how future profits are valued.


Top tech trends to watch in 2022

We tend to overestimate the short-term potential of any new technology and, way underestimate its longer-term potential
Samsung Galaxy S21: The world in your pocket - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Samsung Galaxy S21: The world in your pocket

Samsung's latest offering packs a punch with its nifty features. But is it enough to convert this iPhone user?


How Zoom and other WFH tech darlings will fare when world reopens

Data from research firm Apptopia reveal how the superstar apps of the Covid-19 era are faring now in the US.
The risk of doing nothing is greater than ever - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


The risk of doing nothing is greater than ever

How you can make your finance and accounting practices more efficient.
Esseplore-ing new horizons - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Esseplore-ing new horizons

Co-founder of tech-enabled food and travel platform, Poh Mui Hoon, talks about transformation


Analysts bullish on AEM despite Intel's woes

Intel suffers delays on its 7nm and 10nm chips, but analysts remain bullish on other tech stocks.

Investing ideas

Buy Singapore equities in April and don't look back: KGI

“The markets hate uncertainty, and until a medication or vaccine is developed to fight the coronavirus outbreak, Covid-19 will be an overhang on the economy,” says the KGI team. “In a nutshell, we are taking a firm view to buy in April and not look back."


World economy working from home gets a glimpse of the virtual future

As countries impose lockdowns and people lose jobs, sustaining those sectors that can function online has never been more important for a global economy facing one of its darkest periods since the Great Depression.

Investing strategy

DBS CIO urges investors to stay the course, focus on 5G and infrastructure trends

The virus-led volatility has invoked memories of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis and the 2000 dotcom bust. Yet, Hou’s message is clear: This too shall pass.