Sasseur REIT (SGX:CRPU) – What You Need to Know before You Invest

For those of you who would like to tap onto the growth of the Chinese consumer market, Sasseur REIT, listed on the SGX, is one you can consider. In this post, I will be sharing with you everything you need to know about the REIT – including retail malls under its portfolio, historical financial performance, debt and occupancy profile, catalysts and threats to its growth, distribution payouts, and also whether or not at its current unit price, is the REIT considered cheap or expensive…

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Yihai International Holding Limited (SEHK:1579): The Producer of Haidilao Series Condiments, Seasoning Flavour, and Hotpot Sauces – What You Need to Know

The name “Haidilao” (海底捞) should be familiar to you – its chain of hotpot restaurants are very popular among Singaporeans. The same also goes to its namesake brand of pre-packaged hotpot condiment bases and sauces sold in supermarkets and online shopping sites. But you probably do not know that the latter (its hotpot condiment bases and sauces) are produced by this HK-listed company called Yihai International Holdings Limited (SEHK:1576). In this post, you’ll find everything you need to know about the company – including its businesses, post-IPO historical performances, debt profile, dividend payouts to shareholders, and also whether or not at its current price, is the company considered cheap or expensive (when comparing its current valuations against its historical valuations…)

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Key Summary from Suntec REIT’s 11th AGM Held on 16 June 2020

Suntec REIT conducted its 11th AGM online this morning (16 June 2020) and as a unitholder, I attended the meeting to learn about the latest developments from the management. For the benefit of those who did not attend the AGM, here’s a key summary of the meeting which I’ve compiled…

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My Technical Analysis of the Possible Movements of the STI, and All 30 Blue Chip Companies in the Week Ahead (15-19 June 2020)

After starting a new bull run the week before, the STI reversed some of the gains last week largely because of Fed’s gloomy outlook in the next 2 years. So, how will the STI move in the week ahead? Here’s my technical analysis of the STI, along with all 30 blue chip companies, based on their weekly movements, to share…

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Tencent Holdings Limited (SEHK:0700): What You Need to Know Before You Invest

Tencent Holdings Limited is one of the top technology companies in China, and one that is listed in the HKEX. In this post, you will find an analysis of the company – including more information about the company’s businesses, historical performances, debt profile, dividend payout to shareholders, and whether the company is considered ‘cheap’ or ‘expensive’ based on its current valuations (and comparing it with its historical valuations which I’ve calculated…)

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SGX (SGX:S68) vs. HKEX (SEHK:388) – Which Stock Exchange is the Better One in terms of Their Past Performances?

While both SGX (in Singapore) and HKEX (in Hong Kong) have a moat (in that they are the only stock exchange in their respective countries), which one is a better one in terms of their historical growth rate if we compare their past results? You can find out in today’s post…

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A New Bull Run has Just Started on the STI. What’s Next?

Yesterday, Singapore’s benchmark STI went up by 3.4% to close at 2,700 points – which represents a 20% recovery from the trough of 2,209 points, and this signifies the start of another new bull run. So, what led to the STI recovering and starting another round of bull run, and what possibly could happen which may drag the STI down once again? You can find out my personal thoughts in today’s post, along with the investment decisions I have made when the STI was at its low back in March (and how are they performing now…)

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What You Need to Know About Trading or Investing in the Hong Kong Stock Market

I became interested in the Hong Kong Stock Market from a conversation I had with an investor friend of mine last week – who shared with me that now is a good opportunity to be invested n Hong Kong-listed stocks. With zero knowledge in The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (HKEX), I decided to conduct some research myself to find out everything I need to know about trading in the HKEX, and in my post today, I’ll be sharing with you everything I’ve researched (for the benefit of those who, just like me, would like to know more about buying/selling shares in the HKEX…)

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