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SGD 0.705
-0.005 / -0.70%
Share Price as of: 2018-01-22 16:09
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1AB5000009
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Consumer Discretionary / Consumer Services / Hotels, Restaurants and Leisure

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Passive Income Farmer
Passive Income Farmer
2018-01-01 20:36:23
2017 Portfolio Review: Winners and Losers
Time flies and 2017 is gone.  All my tradings are done and all dividends are collected.  It is time to review my portfolio's winners and losers in 2017.Top Dividend Contributors: 1. Starhub (8.76%): - Starhub is the top dividend contributor in my portfolio.2. SGX (8.64%): - SGX has dividend payout every quarter, almost like a REIT.3. SPH (6.62%): - SPH has turned red in my portfolio.Dethroned: Saizen Reit (2016). In 2016, the top 3 dividend contributors accounted for 35% of my total dividends.  In 2017, the top 3 dividend contributors accounted for just 24% of the total dividends. So, more diversification achieved.Next, some New Year fun and amusement.  Dividend Yield Winners (龙虎榜):1. AIMSAMPI Capital Industrial Reit (7.79%): - Steady stream of
2017-12-29 22:41:37
Portfolio Closing as at 29 Dec 2017
STI closed at 3402.02.DBS  ($24.85)UOB ($26.45)SPH   ($2.65)SingTel ($3.57)StarHub ($2.85)CityDev ($12.49)SP Ausnet ($1.89)Keppel Infra Trust ($0.575)Olam ($2.03)Wilmar ($3.09)SIA ($10.67)Keppelcorp ($7.35)SembCorp ($3.03)SIA Engineering ($3.13)CDL Trust ($1.69)AsiaPay TV Trust ($0.59)Capital China Trust ($1.62)Ascendas India Trust ($1.15)Lippo Malls Trust ($0.40)SuntecReit ($2.15)OUE Comm Trust ($0.72)StarHillGlobal Reit ($0.775)MapleLogistics Trust ($1.32)M1 ($1.78)SATs ($5.20)First Reit ($1.39)KReit ($1.26)Accordia Golf Trust ($0.685)SoilBuild Trust ($0.67)HPH Trust ($0.55)AscotReit($1.22)SingPost ($1.24)Comfortdelgro ($1.98)Noble ($0.20)Dutech ($0.34)Ezion (Suspended)OCC 5.1%NCPS 100 ($102.75)DBS$800M4.7%NCPS ($106.20)
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Sudhan P.
2017-12-15 12:48:01
6 Singapore-Listed Hospitality Stocks with the Highest Dividend Yields
In Singapore, hospitality stocks are represented mainly by the hotels, restaurants and leisure industry. This is in addition to the real estate investment trusts (REITs) and stapled trusts that invest in hospitality-related assets. According to a recent report by Singapore Exchange (SGX: S68), 20 of the biggest stocks in the hotels, restaurant and leisure industry have averaged total returns of 20.1% since the start of the year up until 13 December 2017. In comparison, for the whole of 2016, the average total return was just 5.9% with 18 stocks (two out of the 20 firms only went public in 2017). The 20 stocks (excluding hospitality-related REITs and stapled trusts) had an average dividend yield of 2.9%. Of those, six have dividend yields higher than the average. The stocks, starting with
Jimmy Ng
2017-12-14 18:30:37
SI Research: 3 Underperforming REITs With High Dividend Yield
As we all know, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are a specialised type of securities that invest in income-producing real estate assets well-sought after by income investors because of their relatively higher yield. While investing in the SPDR Straits Times Index Exchange-Traded Fund offers a dividend return of around 2.9 percent, the average distribution yield of REITs listed on the Singapore Exchange is more attractive at approximately 6.4 percent. Moreover, if we were to look at underperforming REITs or business trusts whose share prices have remained depressed owing to a spate of negative news or announcements, it is not unusual for their yield to be driven up to as high as seven or eight percent. Just like what investment guru, Warrant Buffet, has advised us to be greedy when ot
S-REIT Investment Blog
2017-12-08 08:30:03
Analysis of Asian Pay Television Trust
Current Price on 5th Dec 2017 = $0.595Yield = 10.92%  Price-to-book Ratio = 0.694Assets per unit = $1.905Debt per unit = $1.048 (including current liabilities)Gearing = 55.0%I haven't write about Asian Pay Television Trust for a while. Ever since my last post, their price have moved up by about 40% which is good for me as I am vested with 200,000 shares. Let's take a look at the statistics.With a yield of 10.92%, it is by far the highest yielding trust on SGX. This is more so especially when Global Investment Limited reduced their payout from 0.75 cents to 0.6 cents per half-year and Accordia Golf Trust also downsize their dividends due to some one-off reasons. Moreover, it has a price-to-book ratio of 0.694 which means we are buying at a 30% discount. Its gearing is a concern as it i
Dinesh Dayani
2017-11-21 12:29:39
S-REIT Report Card: Here’s How REITs In Singapore Performed In Third Quarter Of 2017
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) have been one of the best performing asset classes in recent years. REITs are an increasingly popular asset class in Singapore, a market which really loves our property investments. In fact, Singapore is now one of the largest REIT markets in the world, coming in second in Asia, behind Japan. In the past five years alone, the SGX S-REIT 20 Index, consisting of the 20 largest and most highly traded REITs listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX), delivered a return of close to 11.1%. This is compared to the Straits Times Index (STI), which has delivered a return of close to 5.6%, or nearly half as much. We’ve been focusing on REIT performances for a while now, and regularly update our readers with how REITs have performed in each quarter. Here’s how th
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Alan Luo
2017-11-14 09:17:12
SG Market (14 Nov 17)
MARKET OVERVIEW- Attention could rotate to small and mid-caps and plantation stocks as blue chips take a break and 3Q results season winds to a close. Oil-related names could come into focus after OPEC lowered its production projection next year, amid increased demand for crude.- Technically, topside resistance for STI remains at 3,460, with underlying support at 3,355.CORPORATE RESULTS *Wilmar- 3Q17 core net profit slid 15.9% to US$323.7m, missing estimates.- Revenue inched up 0.4% to US$11.13b on growth in oilseeds & grains (+17%), but weighed by tropical oils (-2%) and sugar (-41%) units.- EBITDA margin narrowed to 6.8% (-0.4ppt) as positive crush margins were negated by reduced downstream profitability and higher costs associated with the sugar marketing programme in Australia.- Headli

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