These are the buy/sell activitis by major shareholders working in companies listed on the Stock Exchange of Singapore.
As stated previously, please remember that there could be many reasons why an “insider” shareholder is doing this. One reason could be “profit-taking”. But it could also simply be the rebalancing of their own portfolio. It’s always better to assess the overall fundamentals of a company and not just use “insider” buy/sell activities as a measure of interest in a company.
For 2 weeks now, I have noticed Capitaland Mall Trust appearing in the “buy” listing here at an average price of $1.97. This stock had been trading above $2.00 till it closed at $1.89 last Friday. There’s great promise in this stock with the measured re-opening of the Singapore economy. I think it’s worth studying in detail.