Contributed by: Warriortan Thinking of doing a simple gentle reminder to all my readers that the closing date of the latest issue of SSB (May 2017) is coming up soon. From the SSB website: This month's Offer Issue: SBMAY17 GX17050F Opens: 6.00pm, 3 Apr 2017 Closes: 9.00pm, 25 Apr 2017 Results: After 3.00pm, 26 Apr … Continue reading May 2017 Singapore Saving Bond: I have bought, have you?
Contributed by: Warriortan Ascott Residence Trust (ART:SP) has leapfrogged SPH Reit (SPHREIT:SP) to become the #3 largest stockholding in my portfolio after the recent rights issue. By value, it is 4.2% of my total portfolio now. Some of you may still remember my previous blog-post on SPH Reit in which I outlined my reasons for … Continue reading Ascott Residence Trust: Should I or Should I Not?
Contributed by Warriortan To feast your eyes - In Pictures: Cherry blossoms around the world http://www.straitstimes.com/multimedia/photos/in-pictures-cherry-blossoms-around-the-world?xtor=EREC-16-2%5BST_Newsletter_PM%5D-20170404-%5BIn+Pictures%3A+Cherry+blossoms+around+the+world%5D&xts=538291 1. Singapore REIT Data Warriortan: What else can I say? Great stuff. Click and see for yourself 🙂 http://sreit.fifthperson.com/ 2. How To Track Your Net Worth And Why It Matters " Tracking your net worth is the easiest, most important … Continue reading Interesting Finance/Investment Articles that I like this week: 16-22 Apr 2017
Contributed by: Warriortan Before I begin this, I like to pen a short eulogy for our family dog, Nicky, who passed away yesterday morning after giving us tremendous joy, generous companionship and steadfast loyalty for 15 years. Nicky joined us soon after he was born. Until recently before he was plagued by one illness after … Continue reading Reflections: 5 Ways to Not Only Preserve But Also Grow the Value of your Stock Investments
Contributed by: warriortan 1. Rickmers Maritime bites the dust; manager opts to liquidate ...Unitholders are highly unlikely to recover any of their investments" as the trustee-manager stated in Wednesday's SGX filing "noteholders could potentially bear losses ..." Warriortan: Maybe not so relevant to others but this news is impactful to me as it prompted many reflections … Continue reading 8-15 Apr 17, Top 5 Most Interesting Finance/Investment Articles I read this week
Contributed by Warriortan Starting from next week, Singapore listed companies will start to report their quarterly results. As usual, the first to go is SPH Reit (as they ended their financial quarter in Feb). Among with it are companies like SPH and Soilbuild Business Space Reit. In this week's blog, I will share my learning, … Continue reading Positioning for SPH Reit
Contributed by: Warriortan 1. Five reasons why you should attend annual general meetings if you’re an investor " I’ve been attending AGMs of the companies I have invested in for the past five years now. The information I’ve gleaned from them has been highly valuable and extremely useful for my investment decision-making process ... It has led … Continue reading 2-7 Apr 17, Top 5 Most Interesting Finance/Investment Articles I read this week
Contributed by: Warriortan Some of you may have already noticed that 2 new features had been added to the Menu Bar or the Dropdown Menu (depending on the type of device you use) of this blog site. Both are located at the top of the page. One is a page that provides information on the … Continue reading New Features: Dates of Results Release, Dividends, AGM & Archives of Previous Articles
Contributed by: Warriortan Rather than bore you with a long essay, I thought of sharing a few videos that you may find useful in gaining more knowledge around personal financial investments and kick start your path towards financial freedom. I hope you will find this a refreshing change. Sit back, have fun and enjoy … Continue reading A Lazy Blog … Learning How to Invest by Yourself the Easy Way
Contributed by: Warriortan 1. Important things you need to know before becoming an accredited investor "Following the Swiber debacle, many wealthy (sorry, formerly wealthy) Singaporeans are regretting their decision to become accredited investors. From all appearances, it seems accredited investors are just people that banks (or private funds) can push into buying high-risk products. So … Continue reading 26Mar-1Apr 17, Top 5 Most Interesting Finance/Investment Articles I read this week