Make well-informed decisions with over 100 parameters to build your stock comparison.
Log in to DBS digibank with your User ID and PIN.
Authenticate your login.
Complete your iBanking login using Second Factor Authentication (2FA).
Click on the Invest tab.
Click on the Trade button in the Equity Section.
Should you have multiple portfolios, select your preferred portfolio and click on the Next button.
Mouseover the Markets tab and select Stock Comparer.
Stock comparer allows you to compare stocks within the same sector, and other stocks in your watchlists. With over 100 parameters to base your comparison, you can now make a more well-informed decision with your selected stock.
Select your preferred comparison criteria.
Enter the stock symbol or stock name that you would like to compare.
Select exchange from the dropdown list.
Once you are ready, click Compare to view the result.
View the result of the stock that you chose previously.
Click on Add/Remove Comparison Fields to edit or Export To Excel to export the result to an excel file.
At the Add/Remove Comparison Fields screen, click on the dropdown arrow and add the different fields that you would like to view.
Once you are done, click on Get Results to see the comparison fields.
Choose to remove the conditions by clicking on the Remove button.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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