It’s bonus time once again, and it’s a great feeling to have some extra cash to spend as the Lunar New Year rolls along.
But if you’d rather invest the extra money, we showcase four reliable blue-chip stocks that could make it to your buy watchlist.
Meanwhile, we shine the spotlight on several Singapore REITs that will declare distributions in January.
Elsewhere, we show you how to continue to receive “ang pow” money in the form of dividends even after the Chinese New Year is over.
This flow of passive income can help you relive wonderful memories and set you up for your eventual retirement.
Here is a list of our top articles for this week.
Why not sock away additional cash into sturdy and reliable blue-chip stocks? We highlight four that may be suitable.
The earnings season is rolling by again and we showcase four REITs that will declare their distributions later this month.
If you like the idea of receiving red packets filled with money, then dividend stocks work much the same way.
You’re probably curious as to how much you need to accumulate to retire in Singapore. We break the topic down to determine how to arrive at this number.
Searching for a good mix of growth cum dividends? You can latch on to these five reliable stocks to help boost your portfolio’s value this year.
Mapletree Logistics Trust (SGX: M44U) is one of the first REITs to release its earnings. Read on to understand how this industrial REIT is performing.
Shipbuilder Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (SGX: BS6) saw its share price tumble sharply in early January. We figure out why this happened and whether investors should get worried.
These three stocks could provide interesting business updates as the earnings season begins in earnest.
We feature a couple of interesting US-listed exchange-traded funds that you can park your money in.
We highlight several warning signs that may cause a REIT to report lower distributions.
Please refer to the individual articles for stock ownership disclosures.