This week, we explore the power of long-term investing by looking at United Overseas Bank Ltd (SGX: U11), or UOB.
If you had placed S$20,000 in the bank a decade ago, we calculate how much your investment would have grown.
Elsewhere, we took a deeper dive into Frasers Centrepoint Trust (SGX: J69U).
You may be curious to know if the suburban retail REIT can continue to post higher distributions.
Meanwhile, we also reviewed a slew of promising REITs that you can rely on for consistent distributions.
These REITs have proven resilient and are in a great position to weather adverse economic conditions.
Here is a list of our top articles for this week.
Imagine parking S$20,000 in UOB a decade ago. We explore the power of compounding by calculating how much you’d end up with today.
Frasers Centrepoint Trust has chalked up a stellar track record of raising its distributions. Can it continue to do so?
We feature four dependable REITs that can pay you dividends through thick and thin.
With interest rates on the rise, can the three local banks see their share prices scale new highs?
REIT investors need not fret too much about rising interest rates. They can turn to these three REITs that seem well-equipped to handle this headwind.
These five blue chip stocks are well-positioned to do better than the market next year.
We highlight three promising stocks for December that you can add to your buy watchlist.
Here are some reasons why you should park some money in dividend-paying stocks.
The CPF scheme is a great place to park your money for retirement, but here are four stocks with a yield higher than what the account provides.
We carry on with the tenth part of this series which explores the questions you should ask when evaluating a stock’s purchase.
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