The number of Covid-19 cases in Singapore has exceeded 1,000 infections with authorities continuing to instruct people on safe distancing and to stay home as much as possible.
These measures have led to more social isolation, as fewer people venture out to interact with others.
Private tuition classes have been cancelled and many adults are now working from home.
We shouldn’t be idle even though we are cooped up at home.
Our time can be used to complete the house chores that we have been putting off, or simply increasing our knowledge by reading a book.
Chin Hui Leong likes to read up on his favourite investor and suggests that you, the investor, also find out more about him.
Click to read: My Favourite Investor And Why You Should Know Him Too
Royston Yang notes that SPH REIT (SGX: SK6U) has just drastically reduced its dividends. Could this portend more bad news from other retail REITs?
On the topic of REITs, here is a collection of six REITs that provide investors with a more than 8% dividend yield.
Click to read: 6 REITs Yielding More Than 8%
Apart from REITs, Royston has also sifted out three companies that are trading near their 52-week lows.
Click to read: 3 Companies Trading Near Their 52-Week Lows
If Royston had a hypothetical S$20,000, these are the three stocks he would buy for both safety and income.
Click to read: 3 Stocks I Would Buy with S$20,000
Even blue-chip companies were not spared from the stock market carnage. Here are six blue-chip companies that are trading at 10-year lows.
Click to read: 6 Blue Chips Trading at 10-Year Lows
Even as you invest your spare cash, don’t neglect your CPF account and let it stand idle. Royston makes a case for why you should think about investing your CPF monies.
Click to read: Don’t Let Your CPF Account Stand Idle
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