SGX Listed REIT

ARA US HOSPITALITY TRUST (SGX:XZL)


USD 0.390
-0.020 / -4.88%
Share Price as of: 2020-07-09 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SGXC80011726
GICS® Sector / Industry / Sub-Industry: Real Estate / Equity Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) / Hotel & Resort REITs


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Blade Knight
2020-06-26 17:54:07
Will Eagle Hospitality Trust Survive Upcoming Bankruptcy Threat? (Part 1 of 2)
On 20 March 2020, the Managers of Eagle Hospitality Trust (“EHT”) received a notice of default and acceleration to the Facilities Agreement issued on behalf of Bank of America which is acting as the overall administrative agent for the syndicate of lenders that provided USD341Mil to EHT. EHT then quickly went on to ask SGX for a voluntary trading suspension in order to prevent a total share price collapse of EHT while it engages lawyers to re-work out operational, financial and loan negotiation with all the different stakeholders.1. Weak Sponsor Urban Commons Does Not Have Adequate Financial Resources For EmergencyThis should be nothing new. From the Queen Mary incident, most folks already know that Urban Commons live by the hand to mouth. It has been unable to produce timely audited f
Dr Tee (Ein55)
Dr Tee (Ein55)
2020-06-05 02:59:58
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
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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
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Dinesh Dayani
2020-04-13 11:16:47
COVID-19 Investing: How Have REIT ETFs In Singapore Been Faring In 2020?
One common argument many REIT investors have is that regardless of whether prices go up or down, they will continue to receive a distribution yield – which they can reinvest or use as part of their retirement income. As the economic fallout from COVID-19 has shown, there can be extreme scenarios where those who are over-reliant on REITs or have over-leveraged themselves to purchase REITs may be in for a rude shock. Not only have prices dipped by as much as 50% and more for some REITs, the ability to collect rent and continue paying a distribution has been severely impacted. While it’s true that no one could have planned for COVID-19, the concept of a black swan event impacting our portfolio is relatively well-known. Arguably, it has happened many times in history – with the a couple
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Dinesh Dayani
2020-03-09 12:43:02
S-REIT Report Card: Here’s How Singapore REITs Performed In First Quarter 2020
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are popular investments in Singapore, as they own a portfolio of properties and pay out relatively good distributions from the rental income they receive on the properties. In our REITs Report Card column, we feature the performance of REITs every quarter. How Singapore-listed REITs Performed In The Year-To-Date 2020 The first three months of 2020 has seen its fair share of volatility, with the ongoing US-China trade war sanctions, a generally slowing global economy, and also hit with Covid-19, a novel Coronavirus which originated in Wuhan, China. This has given rise to greater price fluctuations in the stock market in 2020. To gauge how Singapore-listed REITs have performed in the year-to-date (ytd) 2020, we take reference from the iEdge S-REIT Index
AlpacaInvestments
AlpacaInvestments
2020-03-08 14:01:50
February has been a volatile month - Here's my game plan (MCT, SATS, DBS and more)
Please note that these articles are for discussion and informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as financial advice. Please read the full disclaimer available on the desktop version of my blog.February has been an extremely volatile month with huge swings in the equity markets. Thousand point moves in the Dow Jones Index meant that volatility has shot up, and investors are worried and confused. Our Straits Times Index wasn’t spared either. With all the negative headlines dominating the news every day, you may be wondering – what’s next?I would like to share with you the transactions I have made in the past month, as well as my game plan to navigate the volatile markets of today. I have made trades in four companies this month – I sold Eagle Hospitality Trust a
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el15
2020-03-05 15:04:12
ARA HTrust – most oversold stock in Singapore with 10% estimated div yield (5 Mar 2020)
Dear all, Yesterday evening, as I run my stock screening via Bloomberg, ARA HTrust comes out to be the most oversold among Singapore listed stocks yesterday with a RSI of 8.2. This is its most oversold level since listing. ARA HTrust has tumbled approximately 22% from an intraday high of US$0.900 to close at US$0.705 yesterday, which is the lowest close since IPO. Why does it attract my attention? Read on for more.   A) Chart – Selling pressures may ease as oversold pressures escalate Based on Chart 1 below, ARA HTrust is entrenched in a downtrend. All the exponential moving averages (“EMAs”) are trending lower with death cross formations. However, indicators such as RSI and MACD are near, or at all time oversold levels. For example, RSI closes at 8.2 yesterday, all time low since I
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Dinesh Dayani
2020-02-18 12:07:19
IPO Report Card: How SGX IPOs In 2019 Have Fared
In 2019, there were 11 Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX). This is seven fewer than the 18 IPOs that listed in 2018, less than half the 24 IPOs in 2017. Based on the two IPOs that have listed in the first two months of 2020, it looks like the SGX is on course to see a similar number of IPOs as 2019 – around 12? At the same time, there have also been a string of delistings as well. They include well-known names like Global Logistics Property (GLP), Keppel T&T, M1, and many more in recent years. While this doesn’t necessarily bode well for the diversity of companies that we can invest in on SGX, this is a problem that even the established markets such as the US and UK face. On the other hand, SGX can take heart that the total amount raised in 2019
The Fifth Person
Rusmin Ang
2020-02-18 10:05:22
Top 10 Singapore REITs that made you money if you invested from their IPOs (updated 2020)
Last year, Singapore welcomed four new REIT listings: ARA US Hospitality Trust, Eagle Hospitality, LendLease Global Commercial REIT, and Prime US REIT. Among them, Eagle Hospitality probably got the most attention, albeit for the wrong reasons. Eagle Hospitality’s largest asset is The Queen Mary, a luxury cruise ship which was converted into a hotel and permanently parked at Long Beach, California. The Edge Singapore pointed out that the retired cruise ship might sink into disrepair due to poor maintenance. Even if the repairs are carried out, it would cost a bomb and the amount would balloon to as high as twice the amount of its asset value. Upon news of this, the unit price of Eagle Hospitality quickly tanked from 66 cents to as low as 42 cents in less than a couple of weeks. Anyo





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