As conditions improve globally, stock markets are moving up on a wave of optimism.
Don’t forget to “ta pao” those dividends. It is the first important step of compounding, which is a great way to watch your investments grow.
The New Year is here. Here are three ways you can set yourself up on the road to a quicker retirement.
It’s not too late to deploy your capital.
Dividend investors saw a sharp fall in their dividend income for 2020. Will 2021 be a better year for them?
This real estate specialist makes a bold move to strengthen its balance sheet. Here are three important implications for investors.
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.
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.