Income-seeking investors who desire regular payouts should look for these four companies.
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What does the future hold for Hongkong Land Holdings Ltd (SGX: H78) share price? We look at the good points, the bad points, and the future of the property owner and developer.
Here are another three REITs with distribution yields exceeding 8%.
It is time to buy shares of DBS Group Holdings Ltd (SGX: D05), United Overseas Bank Ltd (SGX: U11), and Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp Limited (SGX: O39)?
With the recent market sell-off, we highlight three blue-chip companies that continue to pay healthy dividends.
Investors may worry about an impending recession as Covid-19 wreaks havoc on the economy and global supply chains. Here are three recession-proof companies that should be able to continue paying dividends.
It may sound like a daunting task to generate a passive income of S$1,000 per month, but here’s how you can do it through investing.
This fintech company suffered no ill-effects from the Covid-19 virus outbreak and has even managed to continue growing in spite of it.
Rather than let your funds sit idle in your CPF Investment Account, here are three blue-chip companies you can plough it into.
The recently-announced Budget 2020 is set to ease the pressure on hospitality REITs that have been badly hit by Covid-19.
The much-anticipated Budget 2020 was delivered in Parliament yesterday. Here’s what investors should know about it that may benefit specific companies and industries.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, here’s one stock that investors can safely fall in love with.
The first IPO of the new decade is a UK-centric REIT called Elite Commercial REIT. Here are three aspects that investors should take note of.
With Elite Commercial REIT being the first Mainboard IPO on SGX this year, Royston Yang delves into three key risks that investors should know.
A story of how SBS Transit Ltd (SGX: S68) went from a non-performer to a top performer in a matter of months. And our patience paid off.
Putting aside a sum of money is admirable, but inflation is a persistent monster that chews away at our pot of savings. Here’s what you can do.
We’re back with another three companies that pay more than your CPF Ordinary Account, making it six blue-chip companies that pay more than a 2.5% yield.
Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia (KLSE: 2836) possesses a key characteristic that helped its business to deliver a handsome return for shareholders.
Though one’s CPF ordinary account pays an almost risk-free interest rate, investors should note that these three blue-chip companies pay out dividends that are easily higher than the CPF OA rate.
As the REIT consolidation wave shows no sign of abating, let’s have a look at the merits of the latest merger involving Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust and Frasers Commercial Trust.