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A Tale of Two REITS (Guest Post)

A Tale of Two REITS (Guest Post)

There are investors who like to base their Reit selection on two criterias: Price to Book Value and Dividend yield.This post was originally posted here. The writer, D Wong is a community member on InvestingNote, with username known as Pizzaprata. Based...

Why Budgets Don’t Work—and What Does

Why Budgets Don’t Work—and What Does

As someone who has spent a huge amount of brain cells mulling over money, a well-known pillar of financial wellness is that you need to budget. Here’s the thing: while budgeting is touted by many in the personal finance blogs as mission critical to getting your...

Tricklestar IPO: 7 Things You Need to Know about It

Tricklestar IPO: 7 Things You Need to Know about It

#2: Financial Track Record Tricklestar Ltd has recorded higher revenues for the past 3 years. This has lifted the company from a net loss of US$ 0.26 million in 2016 to having net profits of US$ 1.97 million in 2018. Its adjusted earnings per share (EPS) had increased...

Differences in perception of money

Differences in perception of money

Just writing something short that came to my mind:I was having a meal with my family awhile back and one of my aunt mentioned that the rich would get richer and poor will stay poor because the rich have so much capital to grow.I do agree to a certain extent as my...

Goodbye to Affordable Mortgage Loans?

Goodbye to Affordable Mortgage Loans?

 Sibor rates since 2006 Was looking through the historical interest rate charts recently. I have a look at the Fed rate since 1950 and Singapore interest rates since 1995 so as to have a feel of the likely trajectory of the interest rate environment. I believe...

Top Reads this Week (9 June)

Top Reads this Week (9 June)

Rounding up top reads from around the web, including articles shared by fellow investors in the Financial Horse Facebook Group. Shangri-La Dialogue: Lee Hsien Loong on why US and China must avoid path of conflict (The Straits Times) US-China relations will define the...

May 2019 – Yaruzi’s Portfolio Update

May 2019 – Yaruzi’s Portfolio Update

I did a few purchases in May, which increased my equity holdings from 33.65% to 37.72%.Date Securities Action Quantity Currency Price Total 6-May-2019 Singtel Buy 3,200.0000 SGD 3.1000 9,920.00 8-May-2019 China Mobile Buy 1,500.0000 HKD 72.6500 108,975.00 9-May-2019...

My Guide to the CPF Investment Scheme (CPFIS)

My Guide to the CPF Investment Scheme (CPFIS)

There is a real opportunity cost to using OA and SA funds. Just by not doing anything and leaving your funds in the CPF account, you are guaranteed a 2.5% or 4% return on those funds annually. As such, when selecting an investment to park your CPF funds in, you have...

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