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Time really flies these days when we are in our mid 30s, pegged by a combination of busy work and heavy loads of watching our children grow as each year past by I wanted to wrap things up for the year given that I will be taking a holiday trip to Bali with my family for the next few days until Christmas, and wanted to do a reflection of my equity performance this year before I then wrap things up…
2018 is a rather slack year for me. I don't think I work as hard as I do in previous years in terms of work, so the time that is otherwise spent working is channeled to my family, especially my growing child. This year is also a bad year for those who invested in equities. It seems like if you put money under your pillow, you'll end up being better. Will it affect my net-worth? Let's see.The last…
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) are popular among income investors since they generally offer dividend yields that are higher than the stock market average. By investing in REITs, investors can also receive regular distributions, usually on a quarterly basis. With that, let’s take a look at three office REITs that have the highest distribution yields (yield data as of 7 December 2018): REIT …
SIA Engineering has been an investor's favorite for many years because of their moats servicing the maintenance and repair lines for various different airlines, with their own SIA planes taking up the majority of the recurring business It does look like a defensive business because every capacity planes that are increasing each year would have to undergo maintenance one way or another Over the…
Can someone just give me some advice. I have been observing price action for sometime. But i do not understand a few things. Really appreciate some sincere coaching. Thanks 1) why would anyone wants to sell lower than what it is trading now. Eg instead of $1, throw down at $0.80 2) likewise, the buy up. 3) i always hear fake queues. Whats the purpose/ objective of it?
Many companies borrow to finance growth and expansion, and this is the way businesses grow and expand in a capitalist society. Loans are extended to companies, some of which may not have the equity capital to invest and grow, and interest is then charged on such loans. Investors have to study the cost of using this debt (also known as “leverage” or “gearing”) as expensive debt can work against the…
Suppose you need to spend $40,000/yr the next year for your family. Based on the proverbial 4% Safe Withdrawal Rate, you would need to accumulate $1 million in order to seriously think about whether both spouse could both retire or not. The 4% withdrawal rate is tested through historical rolling 30 year periods, on a 50% equity 50% bonds allocation. 4% gives a high probability your money would…
*All examples and stocks quoted in this article are for education and sharing purposes. They do not constitute a buy/sell recommendation Ascendas Hospitality Trust (AHT) has been actively acquiring hotels since they recycled capital via the sale of two Beijing hotels in Jan this year. The latest acquisition is the Ibis Ambassador Seoul Insadong, for a purchase amount of about S$94.5 million. It…
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