Stocks and Commodities for a Stronger Portfolio This Year

Gold

Gold is still one of the best commodities to invest in, despite the recent volatility caused by international politics. Gold is one of very few commodities that can be used to help strengthen the foundation of your portfolio. 

Investing in gold means investing in mid- to long-term growth and stability.  Your investments in gold can also act as an extra layer of risk management for the entire portfolio and buying into this commodity can allow you to take calculated risks in other markets. Look to invest around 5% of your portfolio here.

Jardine Cycle & Carriage Limited

This stock is a worthy investment opportunity for one main reason: the company has a very long history of maintaining a profitable business and increasing its shares’ value. Over the past 10 years, Jardine Cycle & Carriage Limited has increased its annual dividends by a whopping 28.2%. This is the kind of stock you invest in for a long period of time.

Time your investment correctly, and you can also get Jardine Cycle & Carriage Limited shares at great prices. The company is expecting another great year in 2017, making it a solid option to consider. As far as investment risks go, the company is a relatively safe investment with a healthy ROI.

Starhub

Every good portfolio needs an investment in tech, which is why Starhub is the perfect company to look into. It has been suffering from a decrease in stock value these past few months, but the company is showing strong signs of bouncing back.

This makes Starhub the perfect opportunity for those looking for mid-term gain. As the price of Starhub shares bounces back to its normal traded value, you’ll be able to boost the value of your portfolio along the way.

Wee Hur Holdings Ltd

Wee Hur Holdings Ltd is the next on our list. The holding company is among the fastest-growing on the market, showing a steady growth in share prices, as well as healthy return reports month after month. It is also a very affordable share to buy at just 0.23 SGD.

The company has a P/E ratio of 9.03 and an average dividend rate of around 4%, so it’s a relatively safe stock to hold on to. Its recent decline in share price means you can also ride the wave when the company bounces back in 2017.

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