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Strategic Investing: Taking Advantage Of Corporate Actions
The only Corporate Action Strategy Alert that tells you when exactly to capitalise on corporate actions when they happen.
Service DescriptionA scan of business news on any given day will show activities that may be of little interest to most readers. However, to people who know how to take advantage of price movements caused by significant corporate actions and announcements, these events are great opportunities warranting close attention.
Recent headlines show catalysts abound:
• Rowsley Ltd (aka Thomson Medical Group Limited) proposed bonus issue of free warrants to existing shareholders
• BreadTalk Group Limited proposed share split
• JEP Holdings Ltd proposed share consolidation
• Raffles Education proposed renounceable non-underwritten rights issue of up to 318,585,026 ordinary shares
Did you know that corporate actions by a company can have a significant impact on its stock price?
Also, corporate actions do happen all the time!
Let's take a look at an example, Noble Group:
On 15 Mar 2017, Noble announced proposed consolidation of every 10 ordinary shares into 1 ordinary share.
On 4 Apr 2017, receipt of in-principle approval from SGX.
On 28 Apr 2017, Notice of Effective date for the Share Consolidation. The entitlements of Shareholders to the Consolidated Shares under the Share Consolidation will be determined based on their holdings of Existing Shares as reflected in the Register as at 5.00 p.m. on 9 May 2017.
On 11 May 2017, Noble announced the completion of the Share Consolidation.
In this example, assuming that if an investor has Noble shares and did nothing, this investor would have lost 58% in just 2 months.
This is how a corporate action affects share prices and how an investor could have avoided this huge loss.
There are many corporate actions other than share consolidation that will affect the stock price, like stock splits, dividends and rights issues.
That means you can apply this Corporate Action Strategy in any market condition (uptrend, downtrend or sideways).
So how can you seize the opportunity and capitalise on these corporate actions to your advantage and make profits?
What You Can ExpectIn this Corporate Action Strategy Alert subscription,
✔ You will gain unparalleled insights into how corporate actions can affect stock price.
✔ You will be alerted to the latest corporate actions in the market and the appropriate strategy to take.
✔ You can achieve returns without having to spend long hours reading company reports or stock charts.
✔ You can get at least 1 Corporate Action Strategy Alert per month.
Who Should Subscribe✔ You are clueless about how a company’s corporate actions can create profit-making opportunities.
✔ You would like to tap into the knowledge and experience of Li Guang Sheng – a Singapore Top Tier Remisier and expert in Corporate Action Strategy.
✔ You would like to use this Corporate Action Strategy to supplement your other strategies to achieve returns from the stock market.
About the Provider
Wealth Coach Academy's principal trainer is Li Guang Sheng. He is a familiar face in the investment community and has more than 15 years of experience. Currently a Top Tier Remisier in Singapore, his forte lies in value investing and fundamental analysis. He also spends a considerable amount of time looking for opportunities in SGX companies through their corporate actions. Over the years, he has built a clientele base that includes high net worth individuals, retail investors, hedge funds, listed companies and clan associations.
Guang Sheng was ranked 2nd in Yahoo! Finance Gazillionaire Trading competition in 2010. He has appeared on TV, was featured in The Edge Magazine and is currently the Number 1 followed person on InvestingNote.
Actively involved in giving back to society, he served as the President of Rotary Club of Shenton (2009-2011), Assistant Governor for Rotary District 3310 (2013/14) and Director on the board of the Foundation of Rotary Clubs Singapore (2010-2015). Currently, he is the District 3310 Rotaract Chairperson and also the Vice Chairman of Rotary Family Service Centre in Clementi.
He graduated from NUS with a Bachelor of Arts and Social Sciences (Economics) with Merit. His main philosophy of investing is to ‘Keep it Simple’. As a principal trainer at Wealth Coach Academy, he believes that everyone can acquire these skills and knowledge if they are willing to learn. Using Wealth Coach Academy’s platform, he hopes to help people make better financial decisions.
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