Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (STELy)

2.35
+0.03(+1.29%)
  • Volume:
    82,440
  • Bid/Ask:
    2.35/2.38
  • Day's Range:
    2.30 - 2.37

STELy Overview

Prev. Close
2.32
Day's Range
2.3 - 2.37
Revenue
11.32B
Open
2.32
52 wk Range
2 - 2.73
EPS
0.1
Volume
82,440
Market Cap
39.13B
Dividend (Yield)
0.11 (4.38%)
Average Vol. (3m)
66,314
P/E Ratio
23.62
Beta
0.91
1-Year Change
-13.11%
Shares Outstanding
16,510,505,869
Next Earnings Date
May 27, 2021
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Singapore Telecommunications Ltd Company Profile

Singapore Telecommunications Ltd Company Profile

Sector
Services
Employees
23080
Market
Singapore

Singapore Telecommunications Ltd is a communications technology company. The Company provides a range of telecommunications and digital services to consumers and businesses across Asia, Australia, Africa and the United States. Its segments include Group Consumer, Group Enterprise and Group Digital Life. Consumer segment comprises the consumer businesses across Singapore and Australia, as well as the Company's investments, such as Advanced Info Service Public Company Limited (AIS) in Thailand, Bharti Airtel Limited (Airtel) in India, Africa and South Asia, Globe Telecom, Inc. (Globe) in the Philippines and PT Telekomunikasi Selular (Telkomsel) in Indonesia. Group Enterprise segment comprises the business groups across Singapore, Australia, the United States, Europe and the region, and focuses on the enterprise markets. Group Digital Life segment focuses on using the Internet technologies and assets of the Company's operating companies by entering adjacent businesses.

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  • xd coming. buy now at low
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    • Target 3.87
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      • Target 387 after bank licence 4.2
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        • Buy at $2
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          • will still dip down further. I think can slowly pick some along the down trend.
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            • See it closed right at 2.5. 100% accurate. What do u all know ?
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              • so now can buy ?
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            • Damn i told u all !
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              • 2 companies are in bid for digital full bank license. Singtel is in bid. The city-state is set to announce the winners in mid-2020 and the digital banks are expected to start operations in a phased manner from mid-2021.
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                • Lower high formed. Heading down to 2.5.
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                  • So the lower low is now accompany by a lower high. This is confirm down trend. Next will head to form a new lower low at around 2.5
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                    • Coming down
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                      • 2.5
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                        • 2.5
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                          • I first gave a sell signal comment for singtel just a month before its peak. Look at my past comment. Dont fight the trend be it a bear trend. Its heading 2.5.
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                            • 2.5
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                              • Trade tension escalating. Bearish global index.
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                                • Dividend trap. 2.4 coming
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                                  • $3 broken. $2.4 easy!!!
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                                    • $2.5 easy. $3 is gonna fail anytime near
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                                      • https://www.dividends.sg/view/Z74. . singtel dividend history
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                                        • its funny how investing . com only shown singtel dividend history since dec 2017. if you look into its entire dividend payout history, u will clearly see that they did cut dividends. current near 6% of dividend yield is even much more than SP500 dividend aristocrats. As this shares should falls further, and given if this dividend payout remain constants, the yield will increase. I dont think its sustainable in the long run. if ever they cut again, the share price will be hurt further by dividend cut.
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                                          • Which are the better income stocks?
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                                            • this aint a stock for growth investor. its not just about making positive net income./ generating revenue and earnings. instead its about making all of those with accelerating growth rate y-o-y. but in respect to this stock. its an income stock. hence, do not expect robust growth which is require to drive up this share price in a uptrend manner. this stock is about long term stability and probably for your retirement. but again, there are better income stocks out there which have growth factor.
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                                              • Which are the better income stocks?
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                                              • Lok Chao Choi hi. glad to have someone speaking here. do not simply get lure into any high dividends paying stock, they often are dividends trap, they lack growth or earnings and are in huge debt. study something call "dividend trap". my most safest take for u is you should consider the - s&p 500 dividend aristocrats . you can find out which stocks are qualified under this category. the are qualified under very strict criterias. an s&p 500 dividends aristocrats do not cut  dividend pay out nor stop paying dividends for at least 25 years.   counters like JNJ paid for 55 years straight and increasing dividends. such companies are here to stay, they have economies of scale, they are based in every countries and products are necessities and defensive. its very akin to warren buffett's principles. if income stock is still risky to you, you might wanna go for temasek bond =)
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                                              • having said that, even dividends aristocrats face systemic and cyclical risks such as rising interests and other kind of systemic risks.. therefore, it is recommended to buy at discount of its moving average. at a lower price, because they maintain their dividends payout and do not cut, a lower share price means higher dividend yield... which makes such dividends aristocrats very attractives.
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                                            • $3 is not a bottom. its a failed support level. its heading straight to 2.5 FAST !!!
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                                              • look what i have said , repeated and ressured many times back ... 3.1 dollar realised. but let me update you investor once again today, the worst is yet to come...this is just the start of the bear. the price is heading towards 2.5 in the next couple of months time and very easily.
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