As we look to 2022, we identify four REITs with strong potential for a DPU increase.
Despite wars, hyperinflation, venegful enemies, and a despotic dictator, Germany’s stock market has displayed incredible resilience.
Let’s take a look at which blue-chip stocks present the best potential for next year.
The emergence of the Omicron variant has muddied the waters. But the good news for investors is that we are no longer operating without a playbook.
Not everyone has time to spend researching stocks to buy. But there is more than one way to get started investing in the Singapore stock market.
This week, we look more closely at SPACs, explore ride-hailing company Didi’s impending delisting, and look at a couple of blue-chip businesses with declining share prices.
Here are three that just conducted acquisitions to drive the growth of their businesses.
Singapore’s largest lender reported a blowout quarter with earnings way above analysts’ expectations.
The media giant has seen its share price surge in the last half a year. Can it continue to deliver positive surprises for investors?
Here are five REITs that reported a jump in their year on year distributions.
These two companies have catalysts that could propel their business to the next level.
Can the virus affect physical real estate? What are the implications for real-estate-related companies?
We discuss the pros and cons of a dividend investing strategy.
While we have, collectively, decades of investing experience, we also recognise that we are going through a pandemic for the first time. We don’t want to be over-confident.