Which Stocks Are Cheap to Buy & Hold Now? (Synapse Stock Screener Results!)

This weekend, I decided to run a simple scan using the Synapse Stock Screener to see whether there were any good buying opportunities in the market. I was looking for counters that had a 30-50% potential upside in 3-12 months, so I decided to go bargain-hunting in the Commodity and Oil & Gas sector, since many of these counters are near their lows.

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I filtered out my watchlist by ranking the counters according to their one-year performance, and I have circled those which have corrected significantly over the past year. The following charts will more clearly illustrate what I mean.

 

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SGX Singapore Stocks | Ezra Holdings (5DN)

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SGX Singapore Stocks | Noble Group (N21)

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SGX Singapore Stocks | First Resources (EB5)

 

This coming Wednesday, I will be having another seminar to share my trading secrets, and I will also be touching more on these counters. If you are keen to start making your first pot of Gold from stock investing and trading, reserve your seat to join us for this exclusive event! (20 free seats for early bird registration)
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About the author

Spencer Li is a trader, investor and entrepreneur who currently manages his own portfolio of stocks, REITs, currencies, cryptocurrencies, properties, and businesses. As a former professional in private equity and proprietary funds, he has over 10 years of market experience, and has been featured on more than 20 occasions in the media. As an international speaker and avid globetrotter, he has travelled to over 50 countries to spread his knowledge.

 

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