If you are like me who have started buying SSB since it was launched and/or through 2016 & 2017, you may want to examine your returns from your current SSBs and consider upgrading. First, let's see a chart that shows the 1st year yield of the monthly SSBs from the maiden issue to the most … Continue reading Time to upgrade your SSB yield if you have not done so!
At the bottom of this post is a chart that I have made to show where the current yield of some of the SReits lies on the spectrum of their past 3-5 years historical yields. Although most of the SReits are off their recent highs, their current yields are still within the lower half of … Continue reading Starhill Global a BUY based on Historical Yields Analysis and Reversion to Mean Belief
Hi, I know there are many websites and apps that provide information on results release dates and dividend distribution of our local companies. However, I can't really find one that I can customise to my needs. Hence, I have created a web page for the stocks on my watchlist. I will try to update it … Continue reading Watchlist – Result Release Jul-Sep 2018
After a hectic week of non-stop 5 consecutive nights of conference calls with my US and European colleagues, I finally found some respite now to contribute my thoughts to our blog. In between, 8 new readers have subscribed to our blog and I thank you for your support. In the last one week, our STI … Continue reading I think my plans are working out okay
As the events unfolded on Thursday night and Friday in the stock market, I couldn't help but recall these 2 articles that I read earlier this week by STE (about patience) and Brian of 3Fs (about holding cash). How timely and apt these articles were. I also reflected on my most recent post (about being … Continue reading Are we prepared for Black Swan?
The first half of 2018 has come and gone. All of a sudden, the market looks gloomier now than at the start of the year. It has been hit from many fronts including the rise in US interest rate, rise in crude oil price (aka inflation), rise in protectionism with trade war looming between US … Continue reading Alas, a Depressing 1H 2018 But some Food for Thoughts on what we can do for 2H