I did some research on MapleTree Commercial Trust (MCT) and found it a solid company to consider investing in. Although the current share price provides good value, I will accumulate more when its share price is $1.47 and below to satisfy the “safety margin” that I set for myself. Below are my key … Continue reading Accumulating MapleTree Commercial Trust
For some of you who have been following my blog posting, you may remember that I did a blog post about Starhill Global Reit four months back. Click here to access it In that post, I mentioned the reasons why I was attracted to Starhill Global Reit. To recap, they are: Excellent Properties A stable … Continue reading Cracks appearing in Starhill Global Reit
“We maintained our buy call on Far East Hospitality Trust with a revised target price of $0.70 … We believe 1H17 marks the cyclical low in FEHT’s earnings and FEHT should report sequential improvements in DPU going forward as we approach 2018 … FEHT valuations are attractive, trading at c.0.75x P/BV and offering a high … Continue reading Far East Hospitality Trust – Sell Now First Buy Later Maybe
In my last blog post: "Surprise in Reits ETFs Review!", I mentioned that I would just buy Phillip Singapore Real Estate Income Fund (PUT) instead of buying individual REITs on local market when the share price of SG Reits (i.e also implied for PUT) decline to an attractive level.Following that, I have received questions of "what … Continue reading Phillip Singapore Real Estate Income Fund – What price to enter?
Recently, I downloaded all the past years annual reports of Fraser Centrepoint Trust (FCT) and did some analysis on them. The reason was because I thought of initiating a position in FCT and I was wondering at what price I should enter. FCT has always been on my radar screen and I had bought a … Continue reading My plan for Fraser Centrepoint Trust
Following my last blog on my top 5 holdings, I have been receiving questions from readers on why SPH is on the top of the list (and by the way, it is still there today) There is no special reason - it was partly because I sold the previous top few Reits and then SPH started … Continue reading SPH: Is there a safe level to buy?
All the SReits had already released their quarterly results. Below is a table that shows the Q2 Yield, Q1 Yield and the Delta between the two yields (Q2-Q1) of selected SReits and Business Trusts listed on our local stock exchange. For clarity, in this post, I defined yield as the sum of the last 4 … Continue reading SReits – Time to take some profit
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
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
Contributed by: Warriortan Ascott Residence Trust (ART:SP) has leapfrogged SPH Reit (SPHREIT:SP) to become the #3 largest stockholding in my portfolio after the recent rights issue. By value, it is 4.2% of my total portfolio now. Some of you may still remember my previous blog-post on SPH Reit in which I outlined my reasons for … Continue reading Ascott Residence Trust: Should I or Should I Not?