Shares & Derivatives
I Bought MPACT
By My Sweet Retirement  •  April 20, 2024
This week, I bought MPACT (Mapletree Pan Asia Commercial Trust) when share prices of stocks and REITs plunged due to geopolitical worries and Fed rate cut uncertainties. In my previous post, I shared that the Fed delayed rate cuts to September 2024 because there are no signs of inflation going under control. In the early hours of Friday, US officials said that Israel had hit Iran with a missile. This could further escalate tensions between the two countries. As a result of consecutive negative news, it is no wonder this sparked panic among investors. While other investors may view this as a stock market crisis, I view this as an opportunity to accumulate dividend yielding stocks to increase my passive income. As a dividend investor, I focus on buying stocks or other assets that pay regular dividends. Thus, I am less concern on the share prices. In fact, when share prices goes down, the current dividend yield of...
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By My Sweet Retirement
I am a working salaried professional in my mid 30s. Just like most Singaporeans, I worked long office working hours, often trying very hard to find some work life balance. The Sweet Retirement Blog was created to share my journey towards achieving a comfortable retirement life. I believe we cannot simply rely solely on our Central Provident Fund savings when reaching old age. Neither can we rely solely on our bank savings as we all know the interest rates cannot beat inflation.
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