Capitaland Retail China (CRC) at the current price is now my latest target. This conclusion is based on my evaluation of the current yield of selected Reits relative to the last 3-5 years historical yield performance. See chart below. In my "similar" post last month, I mentioned I was attracted to Starhill Global Reit (SGR) at 66.5 … Continue reading CapitaLand Retail China, my latest target!
I received this from a reader recently: Reader: I want to give up investing already. It is so difficult. I started a few months ago and I have already lost 40% of my original capital by investing in equities. Don't you feel insecure when you invest in equities? How do you "stay calm and collect … Continue reading Lost 40% just a few months after started investing
There have been a few requests from readers to reveal the details of my index portfolio following my previous blog around the performance of my index portfolio that outperforms my growth and income portfolios combined. As mentioned previously, compared to end Q1, I made a one time purchases of Gold ETF and Lion Philip S … Continue reading Uncover my Index Portfolio (Q2’18)
If you are a Singapore resident and hoping to rely on dividends as a main form of your passive income, you don't have to look overseas, our Singapore market is a great place to help you do so. Finding that difficult to believe ... just read the following: STI ETFDon't know how to choose stock, … Continue reading SG : A Great place for Dividend Seekers
First, let me welcome 16 new subscribers in the last one month. With your support, the total number of subscribes have breached the 100 mark. Thank you very much. It has been a long while since I blogged about my index portfolio. This article is to share my investment approach via the index portfolio in … Continue reading My Index Portfolio outperforms Growth & Income combined
Starting this year, I occasionally blogged about my net worth. I calculated it based on (Total Assets - Total Liabilities). However, in defining "net worth", I have left out the "bulky" and iliquid assets/liabilities like property and car. The reasons being it is difficult to translate them into cash immediately when needed, it is also … Continue reading Richer but can’t help feeling concerned with being over-invested
If Warrior can do it, so can you!Regular readers of my blog will know that one of my key investment objectives is to build a portfolio that can provide 5% dividend yield annually. I try to be a bit more kia-su (i.e. afraid to lose) by adding 1% to the more convention 4% Rule. If you … Continue reading 5% Yield, I did it!