This is another installment of REITs analysis where I analyse the REITs that I have in my watchlist. This is the second time I have analysed CapitaMall Trust (CMT) and Frasers Centrepoint Trust (FCT). You may refer to the previous article over here. In my previous analysis on these two, I favoured CMT due to … More Is CapitaLand Mall Trust still the preferred retail REIT over Frasers Centrepoint Trust?
In this article, I will be analysing two of the largest Industrial REITS – Ascendas REIT (AREIT) and Mapletree Industrial Reit for the second time. You can refer to the first analysis that was posted in 2019. The format for analysis remains the same. AREIT did a comparison of all REITS’ Assets under Management … More Ascendas Reit and Mapletree Industrial Trust Analysis (2020)
It took more than 6 months after the release of a news article by The Business Times that S-Reit universe may soon welcome grocery-anchored malls as a new asset class. United Hampshire US Reit has finally lodged its initial prospectus in Singapore and you can refer to this website for their prospectus. The difference between … More United Hampshire US REIT IPO Analysis – The Ultimate Safe Haven?
It has been slightly more than 2 years in the market and this is the first time I am experiencing a viral virus outbreak with my capital invested in the market. Although, the virus outbreak is still ongoing in Singapore, it is still worth sharing a few pointers that I have learnt as of now. … More Investment Reflection: Covid-19
I enlisted into National Service slightly more than 6 months ago on 4th July 2019. Past one week had been happening for me as I initiated a position in Lendlease Reit at $0.93. You may refer to my review over here. These are the few reasons I bought into Lendlease Reit. Price is near its … More 6th Month National Service Milestone – Investment Updates
Just few days before we bid goodbye to 2019, it is time for me to reflect on my investments and performance in 2019. You may refer to my 2018 investment reflection here. 2019 Investment Reflection This is my second year into investing. 2019 has been a great year for most investors as it’s a bullish … More 2019 Investment Reflection, Performance and 2020 Investment Strategy
FSMOne introduced regular savings plan for ETFs on 13th November 2019. FSMOne’s investors are able to buy into 40 ETFs listed on SGX, HKEX and US stock exchanges at a low investment amount of S$50* monthly. Commission rates are at only 0.08%, subject to the minimum amount for the various exchanges at S$1, HK$5 or … More FSMOne’s ETF RSP and Kristal.AI Review – Which is better?