US Stocks – Daily Investor Fuel

Catch up on overnight US market moves, and charge up for the day’s investment opportunities.

US Stocks – Weekend Big Bite

We digest and discuss the week’s market-moving events, trends and companies we like in the US.

  • Dividend Investing

Do Technology Stocks Pay Good Dividends?

October 24th, 2020|

Throughout 2020 and periods of volatility, it’s been somewhat odd to see that the “Big Tech” stocks are now considered defensive assets. Generally characterised as

HK Stocks – Weekend Dim Sum

A weekend taste of investment opportunities and trends out of Hong Kong and China, Asia’s largest growing economy.

SG Stocks – Monthly Strait Talking

Monthly exploration of local flavour in the SG market like REITs, dividend investments, and stable blue chips.

1702, 2021
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5 Top Tips for Investing in the Best Singapore REITs

February 17th, 2021|

Friends of mine often ask “how do I pick the right REIT to invest in?” and my answer tends to be the same. I lay out what I look for when I choose a REIT to invest in – and this is the crucial dealbreaker – over the long term. The goal of investing in a REIT is a simple one; you want capital growth (of its unit price) and a rising distribution payout (distribution

1101, 2021
  • Stocks to avoid sell

2 Straits Times Index Stocks to Avoid at All Costs

January 11th, 2021|

When long-term investors look at their total returns, it’s important to remember that avoiding losing stocks is as crucial as being invested in the winning stocks. More often than not, these losing stocks tend to destroy your wealth over multiple years. One defining feature of them is that they operate in industries where they’re either being disrupted or revenue growth just simply doesn’t exist. In some cases it can be both. Unfortunately in Singapore, like

1812, 2020
  • Dividend Investing

3 Singapore Dividend Stocks for Buy and Hold Investors

December 18th, 2020|

With interest rates at all-time lows, investors have to think about which stocks can provide them with long-term income streams. Thankfully, in Singapore, there are lots of dividend stocks to choose from that provide us with steady payments. However, we should also buy dividend stocks that have sustainable growth. Crucially, that means dividends that continually (and reliably) grow year after year. That gives investors a measure of sustainability of dividend payments. Here are three Singapore

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Insightful or cool charts and graphics that paint a thousand words for all the right-brained investors out there!

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