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iFAST
06-01-2020, 09:13 PM.
Post: #61
RE: iFAST
(06-01-2020, 07:56 PM)d.o.g. Wrote: UOB KH has a Good-To-Date option, allowing for orders to be carried forward until a future expiry date. It appears when you right click and select Buy (Advanced) or Sell (Advanced).

IIRC Maybank Kim Eng has a similar feature.

Many thx d.o.g. , it cld really save me a lot of time and effort.  Smile

For some reasons, the Buy/Sell (Advanced) options don't seem to be available to me. I tried to check whether there are options to customize my display but to no avail. However, I was surprised to find that the advanced options are displayed on the utrade user guide. Hmmm, I will check with UOB KH tmr.

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07-01-2020, 07:56 AM.
Post: #62
RE: iFAST
(06-01-2020, 09:13 PM)dreamybear Wrote:
(06-01-2020, 07:56 PM)d.o.g. Wrote: UOB KH has a Good-To-Date option, allowing for orders to be carried forward until a future expiry date. It appears when you right click and select Buy (Advanced) or Sell (Advanced).

IIRC Maybank Kim Eng has a similar feature.

Many thx d.o.g. , it cld really save me a lot of time and effort.  Smile

For some reasons, the Buy/Sell (Advanced) options don't seem to be available to me. I tried to check whether there are options to customize my display but to no avail. However, I was surprised to find that the advanced options are displayed on the utrade user guide. Hmmm, I will check with UOB KH tmr.

AFAIK, the GTD function is not available for purchase of foreign stocks, and also not available for 'cash upfront' accounts. You may need to get your TR to activate the GTD function for you.

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07-01-2020, 07:58 AM. (This post was last modified: 07-01-2020, 07:58 AM by karlmarx.)
Post: #63
RE: iFAST
(06-01-2020, 07:56 PM)d.o.g. Wrote: UOB KH has a Good-To-Date option, allowing for orders to be carried forward until a future expiry date. It appears when you right click and select Buy (Advanced) or Sell (Advanced).

IIRC Maybank Kim Eng has a similar feature.

Welcome back, d.o.g.!

Looking forward to read more of your posts. Wink

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07-01-2020, 08:40 PM.
Post: #64
RE: iFAST
Thanks d.o.g. and karlmarx; I hv gotten it settled.

For the info of other buddies - as per karlmarx's post above, the GTD function has to be specifically enabled for SG stocks.

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11-01-2020, 11:14 AM.
Post: #65
Rainbow  why iFAST is an attractive growth stocks?
10 Jan 2020 Sudhan published an article on Seedly:
why iFAST is an attractive growth stocks?
(click to read Sudhan's article)

Sudhan highlighted that iFAST is one of the selected 36 Singapore Shares You Should Watch in 2020.
(click to read seedly watch list for 2020)

Of course at the end of Sudhan's article, there is a link for discussion.

Extracted from discussion on 12 Dec 2019:
IFast is online brokerage company as well as a fund manager managing an asset of over 8B SGD.
This means they have two revenue streams. The fund many revenue is relatively stable and is resilient to economic downturn 
as there is a flat fee which clients to pay. 
As a result, the company constantly generates a string operating positive cash flow. 
However in recent prices, this advantage has been rewarded by the market and ifast is now trying at a high p/e and cash flow multiple.
(click to read seedly discussion on iFast)


Digital banking license should be awarded in Mid 2020.
Meanwhile, enjoy:


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感恩 
Thanks all valuebuddies for helping me in my investment journey.
I learn a lot from you.

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