With a few business hours to go before we close 2017 and welcome 2018 investment year, I don’t expect any drastic change in investment values. With a bit of time on my side today as I am on leave, it would be timely to do a bit of reflection on my investment journey … frankly … Continue reading Simple Reflections on 2017 Investment Journey
Click here for the link to Dividend Table for Watchlist Companies Updated: 18 Oct 2017 Keppel Reit, Div = 1.4 cents, Rolling Yield = 4.9%, Last Div-Cum Date = 23 Oct ESR Reit, Div = 0.964 cents, Rolling Yield = 6.8%, Last Div-Cum Date = 23 Oct Today highlight: Keppel Corp Results …. but not … Continue reading Dividend Updates for Watchlist (18-Oct)
Q3 2017 results release season for Singapore listed company has started. Yesterday, SPH Reit reported its Q3 result that was within expectation. For SPH Reit 1.37 cents per share dividend was declared, slightly lower than Q2 of 1.40 cents Dividend yield is ~ 5.5%, in the middle of its historical yield range of 5.0% to … Continue reading Q3 dividends declared by SReits so far are all lower – a sign of what to expect?
Contributed by: Warriortan, #investforyourself Just to keep everyone informed, I have added a few new features on my blog sites. They are: A list of my favourite bloggers A list of useful links for the convenience of our readers A permanent feature of SSB to encourage more readers to understand SSB better Added an accumulation … Continue reading New Features: Favourite Bloggers, Useful Links, Permanent SSB & Warriortan Portfolio
Contributed by: Warriortan Some of you may have already noticed that 2 new features had been added to the Menu Bar or the Dropdown Menu (depending on the type of device you use) of this blog site. Both are located at the top of the page. One is a page that provides information on the … Continue reading New Features: Dates of Results Release, Dividends, AGM & Archives of Previous Articles
Contributed by: warriortan A summary of the Key Takeaways from our first business lunch on 23/2/2017: J,CH,LC,CS,PK,KK 1. It is important to diversify your investment portfolio. 2. It is not expensive to build a diversified portfolio. Building it with individual stocks, bond and especially with unit trusts and engaging "experts' help" can be very expensive. Should consider … Continue reading First Meeting -23/2/2017-Key Takeaways