Last week, I wrote an article about 15 Singapore REITs that would have made you money if you invested from their IPOs. Out of the 19 S-REITs that have been listed for listed for at least 10 years, 15 of them gave a positive overall return for investors.
In this article, we will look at their counterparts from across the causeway and do a similar study on the performance of Malaysian REITs (M-REITs) that have been listed for at least ten years. In total, there are 11 M-REITs that IPOed in 2007 or earlier.
We will make a similar assumption that Sophia (a fictional character) invests in all of them equally from the day the REIT listed. Since Sophia is a hard-core income investor, she doesn’t want to come out with any money to subscribe to any rights (if any) and is prepared for any share dilution. Let’s also assume that …Read the full article →