US Stocks – Daily Investor Fuel

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US Stocks – Weekend Big Bite

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

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.

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2 Singapore Retail REITs to Buy Now and Hold Forever

June 1st, 2023|

For investors, there’s still uncertainty out there over whether the US Federal Reserve has one more interest rate hike left. However, nearly everyone can agree that the worst of the rate hikes are now behind us. As a result, perhaps it’s an opportune time to take a look at Singapore’s REITs. That’s because REITs listed on the SGX, like elsewhere, suffered in 2022 as interest rate hikes went up in a “fast and furious” manner. Yet post-Covid, the retail

3105, 2023

7 Reasons to Buy Mapletree Industrial Trust After Its Data Centre Acquisition

May 31st, 2023|

Demand for data storage and processing capabilities is skyrocketing, fuelled by breakthroughs in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digitalisation. From powering e-commerce platforms to supporting AI algorithms, data centres form the physical backbone of today’s digital economy. As the data centre industry is experiencing an unprecedented boom, one standout in this landscape is Mapletree Industrial Trust (SGX: ME8U). It’s a component stock of Singapore’s Straits Times Index (STI) and is one of the biggest Singapore REITs with data centre exposure.

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Sembcorp Industries Shares Gain Nearly 50% in 2023: Should Investors Buy?

May 30th, 2023|

Singapore’s stock market is not generally known as a place to find “growth stocks”. That’s because many of the listed companies on the SGX are mature businesses that pay dividends. Of course, many of these include REITs and Singapore’s large banks. However, there have been pockets of growth emerging in recent years. That has been based off some major shifts in business strategies among some of Singapore’s largest listed firms. One firm which has reinvented itself in recent years

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