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Top 10 Singapore Blue-Chip Stocks That Are Trading Near Their 52-Week Highs

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Other than looking at shares hitting 52-week lows for investment ideas, we can flip the logic around and look at companies that are near their 52-week high prices.

A stock that is selling near its 52-week high could mean that it has strong business prospects that the market is taking notice of.

After all, investors attain multi-baggers when a stock hits 52-week highs again and again throughout the holding period.

Finding Blue-Chip Stocks at 52-Week Highs

With that, let’s explore the top 10 blue chips whose share prices are close to their 52-week highs (data as of the close on 13 August 2021).

They could be worthy of some research for those who are looking for stock investment ideas.

CompanyTickerLast Close52-Week Intraday HighPrice-to-Earnings RatioPrice-to-Book RatioDividend Yield (%)
CapitaLand LtdSGX: C31S$4.10S$4.10-1.02.2
Singapore Technologies Engineering LtdSGX: S63S$4.09S$4.1024.45.63.7
United Overseas Bank LtdSGX: U11S$26.90S$27.0116.01.12.9
DBS Group Holdings LtdSGX: D05S$30.98S$31.7416.91.52.8
Frasers Logistics & Commercial TrustSGX: BUOUS$1.52S$1.5712.31.34.4
Mapletree Logistics TrustSGX: M44US$2.09S$2.1620.11.64.0
Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Holdings LtdSGX: BS6S$1.49S$1.5511.30.83.0
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation LimitedSGX: O39S$11.97S$12.7715.11.12.6
Keppel Corporation LtdSGX: BN4S$5.39S$5.76-0.91.9
Mapletree Commercial TrustSGX: N2IUS$2.10S$2.25101.61.24.5

Source: Shareinvestor

Singapore’s three major banks — UOB, DBS, and OCBC — are among the top 10 blue-chip stocks.

In fact, DBS closed at an all-time high of S$31.68 a day after National Day. 

All three banks increased their 2021 interim dividends following the lifting of the dividend cap by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).

Further Research Needed 

The 10 companies shown earlier are certainly not recommendations to buy or sell any of them.

What investors can do with the list is to dive deeper into the blue-chips and understand which are worth investing in for the long-term using an investing framework.

If you are eyeing a REIT, you can use this guide to pick the best Singapore REITs.

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Disclaimer: The information provided by Seedly serves as an educational piece and is not intended to be personalised investment advice. ​Readers should always do their own due diligence and consider their financial goals before investing in any stock. The writer doesn’t own shares in any companies mentioned. 

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It isn't fair competition when only one company in the world makes Monopoly. But I love investing in monopolies. Before joining the Seedly hood, I had the chance to co-author a Singapore-themed investment book – "Invest Lah! The Average Joe's Guide To Investing" – and work at The Motley Fool Singapore as an analyst.
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