It’s been an eventful week as more REITs release their results and business updates.
First, we delved into CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (SGX: C38U), or CICT, to bring you insights on its latest business update.
Meanwhile, CICT’s sponsor, CapitaLand Investment Limited (SGX: 9CI), also released its latest business update.
We tap on the numbers disclosed within its report to determine if the property giant can raise its dividend this year.
Elsewhere, we also highlighted a bunch of US stocks that we believe have strong growth potential.
These stocks may be suitable candidates for you to add to your investment watchlist.
Here is a list of our top articles for this week.
CICT released its 1Q2022 business update recently and we came up with four important points you should take note of.
With CLI’s recent business update, we attempted to deduce if the property giant could raise its dividend for this year.
We present four US stocks that have the potential to grow rapidly in the coming months and years.
Want stability and peace of mind? Here are three Singapore blue-chip companies that could sit well within your portfolio.
If dividends are what you seek, look no further than these five dependable dividend stocks.
Here is another list of four US growth stocks that can do wonders for your investment portfolio.
We highlight why Singapore REITs make attractive investments that can beat inflation over the long term.
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), one of the world’s most valuable technology companies, recently gave weak guidance for its next quarter’s earnings. Here’s why you should not worry too much about it.
If you are worried about a looming recession, here’s what you can do to recession-proof your portfolio.
We continue with our series that showcases the attributes that successful investors possess.
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