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3 High Yield SG Reits That Investors Should be Cautious About Part 1 The following Industrial Reits are currently trading at relatively high yields $ESR-REIT(J91U.SI) @7.8% yield $SoilbuildBizReit(SV3U.SI) @8.7% yield $Cache Log Trust(K2LU.SI) @8.0% yield As I have previously shared before investors must not only look at the yield as yields are calculated based on past DPUs. We need to look deep…
Advantages to Generate Alpha In order to generate alpha that beats the market. A participant has to have an edge. I personally like to arrange them into three categories: Analytical advantage • The ability for you to process certain information different than most participants in market and still turn out to be right • It could be based on your working or life experience, that enables you to…
With reference to my earlier write-up (click HERE ) titled “Why am I cautious going into July…”, July was coincidentally the peak for S&P500. Hang Seng touched an intraday high of 29,008 on 4 Jul 2019 before slumping 4,108 points to an intraday low of 24,900 on 15 Aug 2019 (Hang Seng closed at 26,691 on 6 Sep 2019.) Personally, given the current market levels and information, I am not comfortable…
Once again, Overseas-Chinese Banking Corporation (OCBC) is dishing out to scrip dividends to existing shareholders. With the discount of 10%, this translates to a mouth-watering conversion rate of $9.57 per share. Given the steep discount, it is likely that many existing shareholders would choose scrip dividends over cash unless the bank share price tanks unexpectedly from now to 18th September…
Both Straits Times and Business Times ran the update that DBS will be launching their Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) portfolio for the investors. And it got me thinking about a few things. Firstly, the product. A Human-Robot Managed ETF Portfolio There will be 2 portfolios that are launched: The Asia Portfolio: Gives you Singapore listed ETF exposure to countries in Singapore, China and India The…
Here is a higher yielding , safe way to save your money that you have no idea when you will need to use it, or your emergency fund . The October 2019 ’s SSB bonds yield an interest rate of 1.75%/yr for the next 10 years. You can apply through ATM or Internet Banking via the three banks (UOB,OCBC, DBS) However, if you only hold the SSB bonds for 1 year , with 2 semi-annual payments, your interest rate…
One of the common questions I always receive in my seminars is what type of asset classes are suitable in our retirement portfolio. Is it endowment, annuity, universal life, bonds, equities, physical properties, land banking, hedge funds, etc. Physical properties is one of the most favorite asset classes when come to investing in Singapore. However, there are some disadvantages on physical…
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