A Bumper Week for Dividends

Next week will be a bumper week for dividends as many of the companies in my watchlist will release their quarterly earnings and declare dividends. Below is a table showing the companies and their earning release dates ... I am looking forward to counting the amount of dividends that I can receive by end of … Continue reading A Bumper Week for Dividends

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SG Bonds are worth considering too and are available now

If you are looking for risk free investment, you can consider Singapore Government Bond. Ever since, my first purchase in Jan - see here, I visit the MAS website of the Singapore Government Securities regularly to check for new issues. And guess what, 2 new issues are opened this week. One issue is the One Year … Continue reading SG Bonds are worth considering too and are available now

CRCT dividend yield range has been Amazingly consistent over the years

With a bit of time on hand this weekend, I went though the annual reports of Capitaland Retail China Trust (CRCT) for the last few years to collect the yield data. Below is a plot of CRCT historical dividend yield. As you can see, the "trading range" of CRCT's yield has been very consistent over … Continue reading CRCT dividend yield range has been Amazingly consistent over the years

My confidence in SPH as a secured dividend company just took a hit

Q2 earnings reporting has already started. As usual, the first one off the block in my watchlist was SPH Reit and then followed by SPH. Being an income investor, the first thing that I looked out for was the dividend. SPH Reit declared DPU of 1.41 cents close to that of the same quarter last … Continue reading My confidence in SPH as a secured dividend company just took a hit

SPH Reit DPU Steady as a Rock but Risk has also increased

The headline of SPH REIT's press release last Friday read "SPH Reit 2Q 2019 Distribution Income 2.5% Higher Year-on-Year". However, looking into the numbers, the cash distribution available was only up 1.0% and the DPU increase was even smaller at +0.4%. This is despite SPH Reit increasing the "cash payout ratio" from 96.8% last year … Continue reading SPH Reit DPU Steady as a Rock but Risk has also increased