Focus on Reits Yielding 5%

Many of you are aware that my long term target yield for my portfolio is 5%. I believe it is a sustainable yield and it has been a target that I have been working on for sometime for my passive income post retirement. Just to put some numbers in ... assuming my family need $80k … Continue reading Focus on Reits Yielding 5%

Awful Sep but good days ahead likely in Oct, Nov, Dec and Jan

Sep has been an awful month. Major stock markets around the world declined significantly. Even the US markets which have been on a phenomenal and relentless upward climb also crumbled. S&P dropped almost 5% in Sep alone. In the other two markets that I am vested in - HK and SG, they were no exceptions. … Continue reading Awful Sep but good days ahead likely in Oct, Nov, Dec and Jan

I am even more cautious with AA Reit now

The deal looks done - AIMS APAC Reit announced that it had entered into a contract for sale agreement to acquire Woolworths Headquarters. The purchase consideration was S$454 mil and the site is fully leased to Woolworths Group Limited. The Initial Net Property Income (NPI) yield is 5.17%. I spoke about this possible acquisition in … Continue reading I am even more cautious with AA Reit now

Impressive Track Record – Keppel DC Reit !

A fellow member in our telegram group asked: "For Keppel DC Reit, I bought some (at) $2.55 and my average price went up. Actually would averaging up make sense?" This question came as we were discussing about the merits nof averaging down Keppel DC Reit if its price share would come down further. Instinctively, I … Continue reading Impressive Track Record – Keppel DC Reit !

Falling HK + Marching towards Dividend Yield Target

Hong Kong market feels like a Falling Knife - Invest with Care Hong Kong market continues to underperform versus Singapore and US markets. We saw a 5.8% loss in Hang Seng index last week as investors continued to be spooked by China regulatory crackdown on the large online companies and fearing that it would spread … Continue reading Falling HK + Marching towards Dividend Yield Target