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The Fifth Person
Adam Wong
2021-08-13 10:25:35
CICT vs MCT: Which is the better investment?
It’s no big secret that we’re a fan of Singapore REITs in general. The good REITs own a portfolio of properties that generate steady rental income and pay a growing tax-free dividend. Besides that, you also get to enjoy some upside in capital appreciation. While the pandemic has affected retail and commercial REITs more so than others, the well-managed REITs that own high-quality properties in good locations will continue to do well in a post-pandemic world. In Singapore, the two largest retail-commercial REITs are CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (CICT) and Mapletree Commercial Trust (MCT). Both own a portfolio of high-quality shopping malls and office buildings in Singapore (CICT also has a small portfolio in Germany), and have a track record of paying a stable dividend.
The Fifth Person
Julian Kay
2021-06-08 11:22:32
10 things I learned from the 2021 CapitaLand AGM
CapitaLand Limited is one of Asia’s largest diversified real estate groups, owning and managing a global portfolio worth about S$132.5 billion (as at 31 December 2020).  CapitaLand’s portfolio spans across real estate classes which include commercial, retail, business parks, industrial and logistics, integrated development, urban development, as well as lodging and residential.  During the 2021 AGM, CEO Lee Chee Koon reviewed the Group’s financial and operating performance, ongoing transformation efforts, and addressed CapitaLand’s proposed restructuring via a prerecorded video. A live question and answer webchat was also conducted, with the chairman and CEO answering related questions to proposed resolutions. At the AGM it was also announced that Chairman Ng Kee C
The Fifth Person
Julian Kay
2021-04-27 11:45:30
10 things I learned from the 2021 CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust AGM
CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (CICT) owns and invests in assets primarily used for retail and office purposes. CICT’s current portfolio comprises 22 properties in Singapore and two in Frankfurt, Germany, with a market capitalization of S$14.0 billion as of 31 December 2020. Coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 has been an unprecedented year as CICT embarked on a new chapter following the recent merger of CapitaLand Mall Trust (CMT) and CapitaLand Commercial Trust (CCT) which took place via a trust scheme of arrangement on 21 October 2020. At its inaugural annual general meeting, CICT’s CEO Tony Tan Tee Hieong presented the Groups’ financial performance, operational highlights, key financial metrics, and developments. There were no live questions taken during the A
The Fifth Person
Rusmin Ang
2021-03-02 19:34:43
Top 10 Singapore REITs that made you money if you invested from their IPOs (updated 2021)
The year 2020 was full of surprises. COVID-19 was one of them. It is depressing to describe the ordeal that many of us went through over the past year but the pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we live. Most of us are still working from home by default which makes office assets look redundant. Tourists are a rare sight nowadays as most international flights are still grounded and hotels are struggling to fill their rooms. City malls are also scrambling to bring shopper traffic back as they used to depend on office workers and tourists for footfall in the past. On the other hand, industrial properties like logistics and data centre assets have performed really well in the post-pandemic world. More people are shopping online and it has naturally led to increased demand for war
Dinesh Dayani
2021-02-14 20:25:03
S-REIT Report Card: Here’s How Singapore REITs Performed In 2020
2020 was a precarious year for property owners. Globally, travel has grinded to a halt, impacting hospitality properties. Even Retail, office and industrial properties have been affected to varying degrees, given the strict COVID-19 management measures. 2020 also feels like the harbinger of the new normal – accelerating trends to an extreme level. We already knew work-from-home was on the rise, online shopping growth was outpacing sales in brick-and-mortar stores, food delivery services were taking over F&B outlets and more. For REIT owners, distribution income was affected due to various countries implementing some form of cost sharing initiatives as shutdowns and “circuit breakers” we enforced. More than that, REIT investors also have to consider the longer term impacts of COVI
My Stocks Investing Journey
2021-01-24 22:50:11
Singapore REIT Fundamental Analysis Comparison Table Jan 24 – 2021
Technical Analysis of FTSE ST REIT Index (FSTAS8670) FTSE ST Real Estate Investment Trusts (FTSE ST REIT Index) increased from 854.19 to 877.59 (+2.74%) compared to last month update. Currently the Singapore REIT index has started an uptrend after broke the resistance of about 852 and 874. As for now, Short term direction: Up trend. (All 20D, 50D and 200D SMA have started trending up) Immediate Support at 874 (Resistance turned Support) Immediate Resistance at 900, followed by 940. Previous chart on FTSE ST REIT index can be found in the last post Singapore REIT Fundamental Comparison Table on Dec 20, 2020. Fundamental Analysis of 40 Singapore REITs The following is the compilation of 40 Singapore REITs with colour coding of the Distribution Yield, Gearing Ratio and Price to NAV Ratio.
My Stocks Investing Journey
2021-01-10 21:12:49
Integrated Retail/Office Development REITs: How do they compare?
On the 3rd November 2020, Capitaland Mall Trust began trading as Capitaland Integrated Commercial Trust (CICT), following the merger of Capitaland Mall Trust and Capitaland Commercial Trust. Following the merger, Capitaland Integrated Commercial Trust now has 24 Retail/Office/Integrated Development properties in Singapore. Following this merger, out of the top 10 REITs in terms of market capitalisation, there are now 3 REITs in Singapore with both Retail, Office and Integrated Development properties, including Mapletree Commercial Trust and Suntec REIT. In this article, we will be comparing how these REITs stack up, using portfolio information, financial ratios, etc. REIT Portfolio Overview Capitaland Mall Trust recently merged with Capitaland Commercial Trust, to form Capitaland Int
2020-11-17 14:10:02
CICT (SGX:C38U): Should there be Concerns over Gearing and Asset Valuations?
In March this year, I wrote about the possibility of REITs having to raise capital through rights issues if Covid-19 were to cause severe declines in asset valuations (What Happened to REITs during the GFC?). Eight months on, this has not occurred, and although I believe that the likelihood of this has diminished, we cannot completely ignore it. In October, I initiated a position in Capitaland Mall Trust (CMT) at a price of $1.91, which has now merged with Capitaland Commercial Trust (CCT) to form Capitaland Integrated Commercial Trust (CICT). As a shareholder, I was curious to assess the likelihood of CICT having to raise capital through a rights issue, by analysing its gearing ratio and asset valuations. I have not ran the numbers to determine the gearing ratio of the merged entity, alt
2020-08-07 00:09:29
CapitaLand Mall Trust Analysis @ 9 Jul 2020
Basic Profile & Key StatisticsCapitaland Mall Trust (CMT) is the first SREIT listed in SGX in July 2002. In January 2020, both Capitaland Mall Trust and Capitaland Commercial Trust (CCT) announced for merger through the acquisition by CMT, initially expected to be completed in June 2020. However, due to COVID, this has been delayed and management announced in May that the Long-Stop Date under the Implementation Agreement remains on 30 September 2020. Once merged, it would become the largest SREITs in terms of market cap.Lease ProfileOccupancy is high at 98.5%. Income received in SGD is not 100% because of its 11% interest in Capitaland Retail China Trust (CRCT).  WALE of 2.2 years is the median of retail SREITs with Singapore properties. The highest lease expiry by GRI of 32.4% wi
2020-06-30 23:34:10
Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in 2020Q2
Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in 2020 Q2 The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 108.68 point or 4.38% higher at 2589.91 in 2020 Q2.(compared to 2481.23 on 31-Mar-2020)(vs the -1038.60 point or -32.3% drop in 2020Q1. See Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in 2020Q1.)Top Gainers: Wilmar International, Mapletree Logistics Trust, Venture Corporation, Mapletree Industrial Trust, City Developments. Least Performers: Singapore Airlines, Jardine Matheson, SATS, Singapore Exchange, ComfortDelGro. Most Volatile: Sembcorp Industries, Singapore Airlines, CapitaLand Mall Trust, CapitaLand Commercial Trust, Mapletree Commercial Trust. Advertisement Continue Reading »
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
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
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

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