May still be worthwhile to buy Genting Preference Securities 5.125% now

About 2 weeks ago, Genting Singapore PLC announced that it will redeem its S$1800 Mln 5.125% Perpetual Subordinated Capital Securities (PSCS) and its S$500 Mln 5.125% PSCS on their next call dates of 12 September and 18 October 2017 respectively. Yesterday, I reviewed if it is still worthwhile to buy these two preference capital securities … Continue reading May still be worthwhile to buy Genting Preference Securities 5.125% now

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Have you bought Jun’17 Singapore Saving Bond?

One more week to apply for Singapore Saving Bond if you have not done it yet. Doing this because I believe SSB is the best place to "park" your war chest - safe and sound 😊 Details of This month’s Offer Issue: SBJUN17 GX17060T Closes: 9.00pm, 26 Apr 2017 Results: After 3.00pm, 26 Apr 2017 Yields … Continue reading Have you bought Jun’17 Singapore Saving Bond?

Corporate Bonds, Preference Shares, Reits – How to decide?

Contributed by: Warriortan, #investforyourself, #fixedincome, #bonds, #preference shares, #Reits Are you a relatively conservative investor that are happy to receive a stable, regular and decent return BUT are not so risk adverse as to want to park your money only in "risk-free" investments like government bonds, fixed deposits etc? Then these investments types may interest … Continue reading Corporate Bonds, Preference Shares, Reits – How to decide?

Favourite reads this week (6-13 May)

Contributed by: Warriortan, #investforyourself My Thought Process When Selecting Reits " I've been asked many times by readers on why I select a particular Reit. People asked me why I bought into Far East Hospitality Trust (FEHT) when all the fundamentals and share price did was to keep going down. The same was asked with Sabana … Continue reading Favourite reads this week (6-13 May)

Reversion to Mean using Net Asset Value

Contributed by: Warriortan, #investforyourself, #reversiontomean Last week, I published a blog around the use of Reversion to Mean methodology on Dividend Yield to determine entry and exit price for Reits Investments. To my surprise, it was hugely popular and it received the highest number of views I ever have for a single post. Thank you … Continue reading Reversion to Mean using Net Asset Value

Accumulating Starhill Global Reit @ 73.5 c & Below

Contributed by: Warriortan, #investforyourself, #starhillglobal Please note that I am vested in Starhill Global REIT . One reader asked if I can share my views on Starhill Global Reit in a dedicated post. He made this request after I commented that I am considering to accumulate it at the current price level. Over last weekend, … Continue reading Accumulating Starhill Global Reit @ 73.5 c & Below

A few of my favourite reads (30Apr-5thMay)

Contributed by; Warriortan, #investforyourself Simply a collection of interesting articles that I read this week. Hope you enjoy it. 1. Freeing Up More Time And A Slower Accumulation Rate “We have accumulated enough to take stock after every 3 years, enjoy some of our fruits and slow down our pace to smell the roses.” Warriortan: Very … Continue reading A few of my favourite reads (30Apr-5thMay)

New Features: Favourite Bloggers, Useful Links, Permanent SSB & Warriortan Portfolio

Contributed by: Warriortan, #investforyourself Just to keep everyone informed, I have added a few new features on my blog sites. They are: A list of my favourite bloggers A list of useful links for the convenience of our readers A permanent feature of SSB to encourage more readers to understand SSB better Added an accumulation … Continue reading New Features: Favourite Bloggers, Useful Links, Permanent SSB & Warriortan Portfolio

Using Reversion to Mean for Reit Investments

Contributed by Warriortan, #investforyourself In a recent workshop, I came across this theory of applying the concept of "Reversion To Mean" to equity investments. I felt that it made logical senses and since then, I have added this as an additional tool to my toolbox to investing. So what is "Revision-to-mean" concept? According to Investopedia, … Continue reading Using Reversion to Mean for Reit Investments