As we usher in the new year, it’s time to position your investment portfolio for a recovery from the devastating pandemic last year.
The Indonesian’s hospital REIT has announced a more than halving of its distribution for its latest fiscal year. Should investors head for the exit?
The world and the demands of consumers are changing rapidly. In this article, I identify some investable technology trends and companies that could benefit.
A couple of economists reckon that the US Federal Reserve could start tapering a gradual withdrawal of monetary stimulus. They think that 10-year Treasury yields could approach 2% by the end of 2021.
These three growth stocks can provide rocket fuel for your portfolio’s growth.
The real estate giant’s diversified real estate portfolio helps to cushion the impact from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The bank remains watchful and prudent in assessing its business environment during the pandemic.
Bank stocks in Singapore have been massively sold down. However, I think they are well-positioned to ride out the recession. Here’s why.
Income-seeking investors might be worrying about their passive income source being disrupted by the pandemic.
This industrial real estate specialist could represent an undervalued asset play waiting to be discovered. Let me show you why.
Automation could change how daily tasks are done, how companies design their work and how they hire. Your job could be at stake.
Singapore’s LTA hands down a tough ruling on e-scooters. But Smart Investors should look at the bigger picture at play.
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