If we ever needed a sign that inflation could be a problem, then Singapore’s MAS has just provided us with one.
The Jardine group is committing to repurchase shares of two of the companies in its stable. Is this a good move for investors?
An alarming proportion of families may not have sufficient income to afford a basic standard of living. Dividend stocks can help to close that gap.
A key aspect of the ValueGrowth strategy is the “growth” component. Let’s delve into the details.
There are over 40 REITs and property trusts in Singapore. The top 10 REITs account for close to two-thirds of the S-REIT index, giving the group an outsized influence over the index’s movements.
Not all of us are trained in accounting, but you do not need to be an expert to understand the basics of an earnings report. Let me show you how.
Acquisitions have helped these four REITs to secure consistent growth even during these troubled times.
We look at the companies that have the most clout in Singapore.
Even amid a difficult operating environment, these three REITs managed to pay out a higher distribution to its unitholders.
Answer is ‘no’ as eventually, the value will be outed – one way or another. Meanwhile, bank investors are paid to wait for value to be discovered.