20 Deep Value Singapore Stocks with Low Debt – Sep 2018

Hi Value Hunters, I have screened out a 20 stocks list for you to begin your search.

Criteria for the list are as follows:

  • Market Cap > $50mm
  • Debt to Equity < 50%
  • P/E < 10 (10 most cheapest)
  • P/B < 0.7 (10 most cheapest)
Company P/E Div % Mkt Cap Industry
Marco Polo Marine Ltd 0.289 98.6 Marine
Oceanus Group Limited 1.245 97.2 Food Products
Thakral Corporation Ltd 1.473 4.55% 57.6 Distributors
Delong Holdings Limited 1.589 8.47% 715.1 Metals and Mining
Datapulse Technology Limited 1.688 1.85% 59.2 Technology Hardware, Storage and Peripherals
Sino Grandness Food Industry Group 2.408 190 Food Products
Hong Fok Corporation Limited 2.54 1.54% 450.5 Real Estate Management and Development
Capital World Limited 2.895 56.6 Real Estate Management and Development
Fortune REIT 2.904 5.46% 3,147.80 Equity Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
Jiutian Chemical Group Limited 3.65 58.2 Chemicals

 

Company P/B Div % Mkt Cap Industry
TPV Technology Limited 0.132 1.54% 274.8 Technology Hardware, Storage and Peripherals
Hong Fok Corporation Limited 0.263 1.54% 450.5 Real Estate Management and Development
World Precision Machinery Limited 0.271 60 Machinery
Tiong Woon Corporation Holding Ltd 0.275 68.5 Commercial Services and Supplies
Sino Grandness Food Industry Group 0.281 190 Food Products
Top Global Limited 0.297 77.3 Real Estate Management and Development
Raffles Education Corporation Limited 0.324 201.3 Diversified Consumer Services
Mermaid Maritime Public Company 0.339 152.6 Energy Equipment and Services
San Teh Ltd 0.348 1.58% 65 Building Products
Yongnam Holdings Limited 0.392 109.7 Construction and Engineering

 

 

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3 thoughts on “20 Deep Value Singapore Stocks with Low Debt – Sep 2018

  1. Hong Fok Corporation Limited

    This stock is currently trading at huge discount to its NAV.
    But through qualitative analysis on management, the directors is earning way too much, about 12 mil went into their pocket.
    Few years ago, when the management team expressed their intention unwilling to cut their pay, minority shareholders raged and left the AGM meeting.

    What do you think about this HK stock?

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  2. When you look at deep value stocks, the idea is to compromise on quality. These stocks trade at such deep valuations for a reason. You do not get all stars aligned on such stocks. If you do, then chances are that you would be getting a high price.

    Ben Graham and Walter Schloss looked at it the same way, calling these companies secondary companies. Look at it from another angle perhaps? Is there a catalyst?

    In any case,I will not be vested in Hong Fok.

    Best regards,
    Kingsley
    http://www.theholyfinancier.com
    Author of 5 books on deep value investing

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