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Portfolio – October 2018

Portfolio – October 2018

The global markets have been in red for the past few weeks and our portfolio was not spared. At one point in time, our portfolio even went all time red/negative after investing since 2015. In such a scenario, it would have been better if we simply left the money in a...

The 7 kinds of property investor animals

The 7 kinds of property investor animals

I totally enjoy the new property workshop on Finding and Managing Residential Rental Properties held last Sunday at the National Library. The participants were seated in cluster groups to facilitate interactions and discussions. We started by introducing ourselves to...

Analysis of CapitaRetail China Trust

Analysis of CapitaRetail China Trust

Source: CapitaLand10.10 sales has arrived a day late for me when STI has reached a low of 3047. Amidst the market downturn, I have managed to initiate a small position in CapitaRetail China Trust ("CRCT") at $0.135 in Oct. At this entry price, it is trading at 12.9%...

Singapore Airlines Suites – Book the Cook

Singapore Airlines Suites – Book the Cook

Time flies! About a year ago, I blogged about Redeeming KrisFlyer Miles for Singapore Airlines Suites = 38.6% Cashback! and in a few weeks time, we will be going on our honeymoon! Singapore Airlines allows one to "Book the Cook" (BTC) if you are flying Premium Economy...

Thoughts #11: The Capital Cycle

Thoughts #11: The Capital Cycle

Capital Account by Marathon Asset Management published in 2004 gave a good analysis of how global capital moved and why alpha or value add could be generated if we invest well in the cycle.The Capital CycleThe capital cycle move along with investors' interests which...

Maximising Value from Your SSB Portfolio

Maximising Value from Your SSB Portfolio

If you have spare cash today, I won’t hesitate to recommend SG Saving Bond (SSB) to you. It’s the best investment product for Singaporeans out there now! The first year interest rate of the Dec’18 issue is 1.89%. Solid, right? I believe most of you are familiar with...

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