Share Prices over 4 years from 2011 to 2014

I track share prices over years as part of decision making. The table shows some select stocks and prices at end of each year. The change (%) is calculated between 2013 and 2014.

23/12/2011 31/12/2012 31/12/2013 31/12/2014 Change
SingPost 0.81 1.15 1.28 1.92 50.0%
SMRT 1.75 1.685 1.16 1.580 36.2%
SBS Transit 500 1.71 1.495 1.315 1.705 29.7%
Comfort Delgro 1.41 1.78 2.01 2.60 29.4%
Raffles Medical 2.03 2.55 3.06 3.890 27.1%
DBS 11.64 14.84 17.10 20.60 20.5%
UOB 15.27 19.81 21.24 24.53 15.5%
UOL 3.74 5.97 6.05 6.96 15.0%
SIA 10.20 10.75 10.41 11.60 11.4%
M1 2.44 2.71 3.24 3.61 11.4%
CapitaLand 2.29 3.70 3.03 3.31 9.2%
City Dev 8.67 12.87 9.49 10.27 8.2%
SGX 6.09 7.01 7.26 7.81 7.6%
Sing Tel 3.13 3.30 3.66 3.90 6.6%
Keppel Land 1.95 4.03 3.22 3.42 6.2%
OCBC 7.83 9.73 10.20 10.46 2.5%
SPH 3.72 4.03 4.12 4.21 2.2%
SATS 1.91 2.89 3.10 3.05 -1.6%
StarHub 2.91 3.79 4.29 4.15 -3.3%
SembCorp Ind 4.10 5.25 5.49 4.45 -18.9%
Keppel Corp 9.53 11.00 11.19 8.85 -20.9%
SembCorp Marine 3.55 4.60 4.33 3.26 -24.7%

2011 was a difficult year for Singapore equity on a whole. Most share prices were really low. The Straits Times Index (STI) was 2,646 points in 2011. 2012, 2013 and 2014 were more comparable as the STI for these years was above 3,000 points.

From the table, we can tell which stocks had run up significantly and which stocks were down badly in 2014 when compared with 2013.

Please use these data with caution.

Copyright © 2015, limkimtong for Living Investment

The material presented is intended to be general and written in layman’s language as much as it is possible. The author shall not be liable for any direct or consequential loss arising from any use of material written. Please seek professional advice from your financial advisor or financial institutions on material written covering financial matters.

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2 Responses to Share Prices over 4 years from 2011 to 2014

  1. JG says:

    Hi, I’ve been following your blog, on and off, for some time. Good to know you’re enjoying your retirement!!

    Anyway, over the years, I’ve moved virtually all my stock investments to the USA market. Like you, I was a big believer in the Sgp market. But after a while, I realised that Sgp is very much a price-taker, ie. its the tail (Sgp) of the dog (USA). When the USA market goes up, Sgp goes up a bit or maybe barely budge. When USA market goes down, Sgp market tends to go down. And over the years, the quality of what’s left thats listed on the Sgp market has become stale. In contrast, everything that driving the world economy (and indeed, the Sgp economy too) are all listed in the USA – think Apple, biotech companies, Google, GE, etc. In other words, I came to this conclusion — why keep fishing in this same, small pond, when there’re a lot more fishes and a bigger pond just upstream? After all, with the Internet nowadays, you get as much access and info as someone who’s based in the USA. The question always is – where to start? I’ve found this site to be useful http://www.thestreet.com/mad-money/. I follow it daily.

    I hope this comments is useful to you. Cheers!

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