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ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
ccloh
2020-10-30 08:23:58
Corporate Result -- Oct/Nov 2020
1.  SPH REIT  --  6th Oct 20202. SPH  --  13th Oct 20203. Keppel REIT  --  19th Oct 2020  (Business Update)4. Mapletreelog Trust  --  19th Oct 20205. Keppel DC Reit  --  20th Oct 2020  (Business Update)6. Keppel Pac Oak US REIT  --  21st Oct 2020  (Business Update)7. Keppel Infra Trust  --  21st Oct 2020  (Business Update)8. CapitaCom Trust  --  21st Oct 20209. MapletreeCom Trust  --  22nd Oct 2020 10. CapitaMall Trust  --  22nd Oct 202011. Ascendas Reit  --  26th Oct 2020  (Business Update)12. MapletreeInd Trust  --  27th Oct 202013. Starhill Global REIT  --  28th Oct 2020  (Business Update)14. Kep Corp  --  29t
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-10-25 03:50:05
28 Singapore and Global Information Technology Stocks (通风报讯)
Information Technology (IT) is everywhere in modern world, a stock with strong IT related business would have bright future for investment.  Therefore, an investor may consider 28 IT stocks in Singapore, especially those defensive growth stocks. In this article, you will learn from Dr Tee on 4 Singapore IT Giant Stocks which are efficient in making money with economic moat but having mixed impacts during COVID-19 stock crisis. Bonus for readers who could read every words of the entire article: 7 global IT giant stocks. 1) IT Retail Giant Stock – Challenger Technologies (SGX: 573) 2) Software Giant Stock – Silverlake Axis (SGX: 5CP) 3) Data Center Giant REITs – Keppel DC Reit (SGX: AJBU) – Mapletree Industrial Trust (SGX: ME8U) Ne
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-10-25 03:41:49
48 Singapore Food & Beverage Stocks (民以食为天)
During crisis, a consumer may not able to afford luxury products but still need to eat and drink to survive. Therefore, an investor may consider 48 Food & Beverage (F&B) stocks in Singapore, especially those defensive growth stocks. In this article, you will learn from Dr Tee on 9 Singapore F&B Giant Stocks which are efficient in making money with food as essential products (consumer staples) but having mixed impacts during COVID-19 stock crisis. Bonus for readers who could read the entire article: a strategy to eat and drink for free for lifetime. 1) Supermarket F&B Stocks – Sheng Siong (SGX: OV8) – Dairy Farm International (SGX: D01) 2) Restaurant F&B Stocks – Japan Foods Holding (SGX: 5OI) – Old Chang Kee (SGX: 5ML)
My Stocks Investing Journey
Marubozu
2020-10-03 13:05:23
Singapore REIT Fundamental Analysis Comparison Table Sep 21 – 2020
Technical Analysis of FTSE ST REIT Index (FSTAS8670) TSE ST Real Estate Investment Trusts (FTSE ST REIT Index) increased slightly from 835.40 to 854.51 (+2.28%) compared to last month update. REIT Index has rebounded c45% as of Sep 21 from the bottom on Mar 23, 2020. Currently the REIT index is currently trading on sideway consolidation, sandwiched between a very tight range between 817 support and 854 resistance. There is a Bollinger Band Squeeze with very tight range and low volatility on FTSE ST REIT Index. The index can start big move in either direction. There is a Golden Cross of 20D SMA above 200D SMA and the REIT index has moved above all the 3 moving averages. As for now, Short term direction: Sideway and up (if REIT index can stay above all the 3 moving av
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2020-09-06 02:04:04
4 Stocks This Week (Most Bought S-REITs) [4 September 2020] Sabana; FLCT; AREIT; MLT
In the 12 weeks between 9 June to 28 August, the 10 Singapore REITs that received the highest net institutional inflows also delivered an average return of 6%. In comparison, the remaining Singapore REITs delivered an average return of -9% in the same time. This highlights the effect of “smart money” – commonly associated with institutional investors, rather than retail investors – being invested. For this week’s 4 Stocks This Week, we look at the top four Singapore REITs which received the highest net institutional inflows, proportionate to their market capitalisation. Sabana REIT (SGX: M1GU) With a market capitalisation of $390 million, Sabana REIT saw the S-REIT sector’s highest proportionate net institutional inflows since 9 June 2020. Between 9 June to 28 August, Sabana RE
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2020-08-18 15:36:41
S-REIT Report Card: Here’s How Singapore REITs Performed In Third Quarter 2020
Apart from just manoeuvring an economic downturn in 2020, everyone is also combating a very real health threat. The combination of this has also led to major disruptions in the way we live, work and play, accelerating economic trends that should have been years in the making. Along with this, the properties – including REITs – that enable us to live, work and play have all been impacted. In the short term, volatility may spark sharp rises and dips in market prices, in the longer-term, some types of properties may become less relevant entirely. In our REITs Report Card, which we publish each quarter, we look at how S-REITs have performed as a whole and individually. How Have Singapore REITs Fared In The YTD 2020? The iEdge S-REIT Index is a free-float market capitalisation weighted inde
The Fifth Person
Kenji Tay
2020-08-11 23:43:02
How to invest in Singapore REITs for passive income – a beginner’s guide
Retail investors are drawn to real estate investment trusts (also commonly known as REITs) because of the passive income they offer. Sinagpore REITs can fetch a decent yield, ranging between 5-8% per annum. While REITs are great vehicles to build a dividend portfolio, you will still need to pick the right ones at the right price in order to grow your portfolio and maximise your dividends. So what are REITs? REITs are investment trusts that pool investors’ money to buy and own income-producing real estate. These properties are leased out to tenants who, in turn, pay rental income to the REIT. Like all property investors, REITs can also acquire new properties, enhance and improve existing ones, or increase rental rates to grow their income. As an investor, you are entitled to
REIT-TIREMENT
Vince
2020-08-11 07:44:22
Frasers Logistics & Commercial Trust (previously Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust) Analysis @ 11 August 2020
Basic Profile & Key StatisticsFrasers Logistics & Commercial Trust (FLCT), recently renamed from Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust (FLT) after merger with Frasers Commercial Trust (FCOT) in April 2020. FLCT invests in Office, Logistics, and Industrial properties. The above sector breakdown is from the latest presentation, weighted by GRI.Lease ProfileOccupancy is healthy at 97.2%. WALE is long at 5.2 years where the highest lease expiry within 5 years of 15.5% falls in year 2025. Weighted average land lease expiry is long at 89.54 years, this figure is estimated from latest presentation, by valuation.Debt ProfileGearing is healthy at 37.4%. Cost of debt is low at 2.1%. Fixed rate debt is low at 55.3% which is favorable in current low-interest environment. Unsecured debt is s
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-08-09 20:05:06
42 Singapore REITs & 16 Business Trusts (稳如泰山)
Singapore REITs are popular investment for passive income through stable dividend stocks. In this article, you will learn on how to invest in 21 giant stocks from 42 Singapore REITs and 16 Business Trusts with 3 key strategies (Striker / Mid-fielder / Defender) in 8 categories: 1) Retail REITs 2) Office REITs 3) Industrial REITs 4) Healthcare REITs 5) Diversified REITs 6) Data Center REIT 7) Hospitality REIT 8) Business Trusts There are 6 Singapore REITs which are also Business Trusts, so total there are 42 + 16 – 6 = 52 Singapore REITs and Business Trusts as of current stock market. Currently, out of 30 STI Index stocks, 5 are REITs. Soon, SPH (SGX: T39) with declining trading market capitalization (lower share price and/or lower trading volume) will be r
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2020-07-27 08:01:30
10 Companies That Beat The Straits Times Index (STI) In The First Half Of 2020
The first half of 2020 has seen heightened volatility in stock markets across the globe, mainly due to COVID-19 fears and its subsequent impact on businesses. Nevertheless, many uncertainties including the ongoing US-China trade war, Brexit, oil collapse as well as geopolitical tensions in the middle east continue to impact companies and the global economy. Straits Times Index’s Return In The First Half Of 2020 In Singapore, our benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) has dipped nearly 20% in that time. As we can see from the chart below, the STI dipped as much as 31% from the beginning of the year to its deepest trough in March 2020. It then staged a rebound, recovering over 25% by the middle of June. It has subsequently trended downwards by about 8% till today. Source: SGX This is not
REIT-TIREMENT
Vince
2020-07-05 23:21:04
Case Studies for SREITs with Capital Distribution from Disposal
In previous post, I did calculations for DPU downfall for SREITs with more than 5% income support in their distribution. For this post, we will look at another aspect in which SREITs use its capital distribution to boost their DPU. I will only focus on SREITs with more than 5% capital distribution from disposal in their distribution.Before we start, we will need to set the definition right. There are quite a numbers of SREITs that used the phrase "capital distribution" in their Distribution Statement and this misled a lot of people to think that such dividend is from their cash holding. In fact, most "capital distribution" are refer to distributable income from oversea properties. In tax perspective, income from oversea properties is considered as "capital distribution". Of course, distrib
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2020-06-18 09:29:31
Complete Guide To Investing In The Straits Times Index (STI) ETFs
This article was first published on 12 June 2018, and updated to include the latest information. Investing our money to grow and beat inflation over the long-term is important to building our wealth and safeguarding our retirement. However, starting the investing journey can be filled with uncertainties and can also be daunting. This is why the STI ETF is usually recommended as a good first investment to start learning about investments and building your confidence. In this guide, you will find everything you need to know about investing in the STI ETF. What Is The Straits Times Index (STI)? What Are The 30 Constituent Stocks That Make Up The STI Today? The  STI Reserve List What Is An ETF? What Is The STI ETF? How To Start Investing In The STI ETF? Read Also: Why Your First Stock Inves
DollarsAndSense.sg
Sim Kang Heong
2020-06-07 10:34:35
4 Stocks This Week (STI Reserve List) [5 June 2020] Keppel DC; Suntec; Frasers Logistics & Commercial; Keppel REIT
It’s not every day that developments on the Singapore Exchange makes it to the public discourse. But this week it did, thanks to news of Singapore Press Holdings (SGX: T39) being kicked out of Singapore’s benchmark Straits Times Index (STI). This comes a week after SPH was removed from the MSCI Singapore Index. The STI is often used as a proxy for the broader Singapore stock market, consisting of the 30 largest and most liquid blue chip companies on the Singapore Exchange (SGX). These 30 companies account for more than 70% of the market capitalisation of the entire SGX. STI constituents are reviewed every quarter, and the index is reconstituted if stocks no longer qualify to remain on the index or are delisted. In this round of review (dated 4 June 2020), SPH was removed and replaced
REIT-TIREMENT
Vince
2020-06-06 15:34:27
Updated Shared SREITs Data Spreadsheet & SREITs Site Page
After previous post of Case Studies for SREITs with Capital Distribution from Disposal, I've plan to do some update on my shared SREITs Data spreadsheet and SREITs Sites. Afterall, I have never really review these both a long time. SREITs result date page is also updated with SPH REIT being the first to announce result on 1st Apr.Below are the updated items in SREITs Data:i) Distribution from DisposalAdded distribution from disposal column. As mentioned in previous post, some SREITs used this to boost its DPU. It is very easy to miss out this type of info in their financial statement.ii) 3rd SectorIn view of more and more merger between SREITs from different sector, I have added SREITs 3rd sector column. Notable merger between different sectors are:a) Capitaland Mall Tr
DollarsAndSense.sg
Dinesh Dayani
2020-06-03 20:38:57
[2020 Edition] Complete Guide To Start Your REITs Investing Journey In Singapore
This article was first published on 19 June 2018 and updated with the latest information. This article contains links to our affiliate partners. DollarsAndSense may receive a share of revenue from your sign-ups. Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) is a popular type of investment in Singapore. In fact, it is so popular that Singapore has grown to become the largest REIT market in Asia ex-Japan. This is mainly down to two reasons. #1 REITs are essentially property investments. Singaporeans’ fascination for property investments stem from its meteoric rise since our island nation gained independence. Even on the back numerous property cooling measures enforced to reduce speculation in residential properties, sky-high prices mean that property investments remain out of reach for ordinary
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-05-20 17:18:07
9 Stocks of Frasers Property & Thai Beverage (醉翁之意不在酒)
Behind each giant stock, there is usually a giant businessman.   In this article, you will learn the business empire of the third richest person in Thailand, Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi with not 1 but 9 F&B and property stocks (6 Singapore stocks & 3 Thailand stocks): 1) Thai Beverage (SGX: Y92) – Singapore Giant F&B Stock 2) F&N (SGX: F99) – Singapore F&B Stock 3) Frasers Property (SGX: TQ5) – Singapore Property Stock 4) Frasers Centrepoint Trust, FCT (SGX: J69U) – Singapore Giant Retail REIT 5) Frasers Logistics & Commercial Trust (SGX: BUOU) – Singapore Commercial REIT 6) Frasers Hospitality Trust (SGX: ACV) – Singapore Hospitality REIT 7) Frasers Property Thailand (SET: FPT) – Thailand Property Stock 8) Frasers
REIT-TIREMENT
Vince
2020-05-15 22:40:11
SREIT Geographical Breakdown by Gross Rental Income
It has been a while since my last post and a long while since my last google spreadsheet template. Today, I would like to write about SREITs Geographical Breakdown by Country. This geographical breakdown information is available at SGX Chartbook: SREITs & Property Trust, however it is based on portfolio valuation. In my view, it would be more useful if it is based on gross rental income (GRI).Therefore, I have created a Google Spreadsheet to for geographical breakdown based on gross rental income as below:Besides Frasers Logistics & Commercial Trust which is based on property valuation, all information above are based on past 1 year gross rental income, I have indicated source of information at rightest column. I have also estimated the value of CapitaLand Integrated
AlpacaInvestments
AlpacaInvestments
2020-04-17 15:19:46
The Divergence of Performance between Frasers Property and its REITs
Figure 1, Source: Yahoo FinanceFrasers Property Limited’s (FPL) one-year performance of -11.5% means that it has diverged significantly from its underlying REIT holdings - Frasers Centerpoint Trust, Frasers Commerical Trust, Frasers Logistic Trust and Frasers Hospitality Trust. The strongest performer is FCT, with a one year return of 23.04% (so much for the death of retail), while FLT and FCOT, which are set to merge, returned c.10%. The only underperformer is FHT with a c.-10% return, and evidently the current virus situation isn’t helping. Refer to Figure 1 above for the performance comparison.Figure 2, Source: Yahoo FinanceFurthermore, Frasers Property has underperformed its developer peers listed on the SGX during the past 12 months, including CapitaLand (+3%), CDL (+10%), and UOL
REIT-TIREMENT
Vince
2020-04-06 00:32:51
COVID 19 - My Thoughts on SREITs Selection
Now, all of us should aware that government had announced for a lot workplaces to be closed on Tuesday and school to closed on Wednesday until 4th May. There are quite some numbers of companies are exempted though. From what I see, this closure is more on retail and office instead of industry and logistics.Extracted from Ministry of Trade & Industry Facebook PageDue to this COVID-19, hospitality REITs get the first impact, people couldn't travel due to travel restrictions imposed by different countries. This followed by retail REITs which affected due to tourism, social distancing and now closure of non-essential services. Office REIT would be affected too, though some can be mitigate with "work from home" practice. If this situation continue, eventually industrial and logistics w
REIT-TIREMENT
Vince
2020-03-28 21:04:12
SREITs Basic Fundamental Review - 2020 Mar
Based on 4Q 2019 Result. Click to Enlarge* Ascendas India Trust and Dasin Retail Trust are Business Trusts.The above table is extracted from spreadsheet in SREITs Data page.Dividend Yield:YieldAverageMedianLowestHighestHealthcare8.10%8.10%4.34%11.86%Retail9.16%8.32%5.48%18.13%Office8.18%7.55%4.97%12.02%Hospitality17.49%11.35%9.4%42.71%Industrial8.37%7.66%3.54%13.4%Logistics9.52%10.43%5.07%12.14%* Based on REIT Major SectorFinancial Metrics:Financial MetricsUnitAverageMedianLowestHighestPrice/ NAVtime0.790.710.151.91Market Cap, BS$2.00B0.96B0.17B10.04BProperty Yield (Annualized)%5.895.843.399.30Distribution on Management Feestime8.378.343.9719.02Distribution on Capital (Annualized)%4.114.091.605.64Distribution Margin%52.3554.9821.1771.32* SREITs in Foreign Currencies converted to





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