Oops, Keppel Reit and SPH disappoint …

What a letdown šŸ˜¦ Both Keppel Reit and SPH disappoint in their dividend announcements.Keppel Reit just declared DPU of 1.36 cents for this quarter. This is lower than the DPU last quarter (1.42 cents) and also the same quarter a year ago (1.40 cents). Furthermore, I find it interesting that Keppel Reit spent ~ $6 … Continue reading Oops, Keppel Reit and SPH disappoint …

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The Keppel Showtime

The attention for this week's earnings reporting will be on the Keppel group of companies. However, as it is the 3rd quarter of their FY, only Keppel Reit is expected to declare dividend. The expectation isĀ 1.42 cents/share, similar to Q1 and Q2. The annualised yield based on $1.12 per share is 5.0%. Well, still something … Continue reading The Keppel Showtime

SPH Reit’s Dividend, the only silver lining in a bloody day

What a bloody day at the local and regional markets! Everything seems to be in the red though we saw some rebound close to end of the day. So, what did you do on this bloodshed day? I sold and bought .... LOL. Sold my M1 and bought DBS when it dropped 3%.Been eyeing it … Continue reading SPH Reit’s Dividend, the only silver lining in a bloody day

CapitaLand Retail China, my latest target!

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 ReitsĀ 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 ReitĀ (SGR) at 66.5 … Continue reading CapitaLand Retail China, my latest target!

Lost 40% just a few months after started investing

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

SG : A Great place for Dividend Seekers

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

Starhill Global a BUY based on Historical Yields Analysis and Reversion to Mean Belief

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