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Singapore REIT Price / NAV Range Chart Mar-2019

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Author: Marubozu

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Singapore REIT Price / NAV Range Chart base on Mar 4, 2019 Singapore REITs Table.

 

See last Singapore REITs Price/NAV here to see the changes.

Disclaimer: This chart is NOT a recommendation to buy or sell. Do NOT use it if you don’t understand how to interpret it.

 

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Dividend Investing: The Ultimate Factor

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For: Individuals interested in Dividend Investing, Early Retirement, Passive Income, finding Dividend Stocks. In this article, we focus on: The Ultimate Factor to identify good businesses to invest in for passive income as well as how the lack of this factor leads to losses. Real-life case studies using Starhub and Singtel. A list of factors […]
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Singapore REIT Fundamental Analysis Comparison Table – 4 Mar 2019

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Author: Marubozu

Technical Analysis of FTSE ST REIT Index (FSTAS8670)

FTSE ST Real Estate Investment Trusts (FTSE ST REIT Index) continued the bullish rally raising from 832.03 to 842.91 (+1.31%) as compared to last post on Singapore REIT Fundamental Comparison Table on Feb 4, 2019.

The REIT index retraced and successfully tested the 820 resistance-turned-support to continue the uptrend. In addition, this bullish uptrend is supported by a strong volume.   Based on the current chart pattern and trend analysis, the trend for Singapore REIT direction is UP!  There is a chance for Singapore REIT index to test the immediate resistance at about 875 (the previous high in 2018) based on current market sentiment and bullish momentum. This represents another 4% upside potential from current level before the REIT index can reach the new high. All eyes will be on whether the Singapore REIT can break the all time high at about 890 back in May 2016.

 

Fundamental Analysis of 39 Singapore REITs

The following is the compilation of 39 REITs in Singapore with colour coding of the Distribution Yield, Gearing Ratio and Price to NAV Ratio. This gives investors a quick glance of which REITs are attractive enough to have an in-depth analysis. There are currently 39 REITs in Singapore after VIVA Industrial Trust merged into ESR REIT.

  • Price/NAV maintains at 1.01 (Singapore Overall REIT sector is at fair value now).
  • Distribution Yield decreases from 6.72% to 6.59%  (take note that this is lagging number). About 35.9% of Singapore REITs (14 out of 39) have Distribution Yield > 7%.
  • Gearing Ratio decreases slightly from 35% to 34.7%.  21 out of 39 have Gearing Ratio more than 35%. In general, Singapore REITs sector gearing ratio is healthy. Note: The limit of gearing ratio for REITs listed in Singapore Stock Exchange is 45%.
  • The most overvalue REIT is Parkway Life (Price/NAV = 1.54), followed by Keppel DC REIT (Price/NAV = 1.37), Mapletree Industrial Trust (Price/NAV = 1.36) and Ascendas REIT (Price/NAV = 1.37).
  • The most undervalue (base on NAV) is Fortune REIT (Price/NAV = 0.58), followed by OUE Comm REIT (Price/NAV = 0.70), Lippo Mall Indonesia Retail Trust (Price/NAV = 0.72), Far East Hospitality Trust (Price/NAV = 0.74) and Sabana REIT (Price/NAV = 0.75).
  • The Highest Distribution Yield (TTM) is Lippo Mall Indonesia Retail Trust (10.00%), followed by Keppel KBS US REIT (8.91%), SoilBuild BizREIT (8.88%), First REIT (8.35%), Cache Logistic Trust (8.20%), OUE Comm REIT (8.16%), EC World REIT (8.13%) and Cromwell European REIT (8.04%).
  • The Highest Gearing Ratio are ESR REIT (41.9%), Far East HTrust (40.1%) and OUE Comm REIT (39.3%) and Mapletree NAC Trust (39%)

Disclaimer: The above table is best used for “screening and shortlisting only”. It is NOT for investing (Buy / Sell) decision. To learn how to use the table and make investing decision, Sign up next REIT Investing Seminar here to learn how to choose a fundamentally strong REIT for long term investing for passive income generation.

  • 1 month increases from 1.77009% to 1.81742%
  • 3 month increases from 1.88892% to 1.94558%
  • 6 month increases from  1.94080% to 2.00083%
  • 12 month increases from 2.12550% to 2.15373%

Based on current probability of Fed Rate Monitor, the US interest rate may stay at 2.5% for 2019.

 

 

Summary

Fundamentally the whole Singapore REITs is at fair value now.  The yield spread between big cap and small cap REIT remains wide. This indicates there are many value picks left in medium and small cap REITs. As for big cap REIT, there are still room for further upside potential as the distribution yield is still comparatively attractive to other asset classes. For reference, 10-years risk free yield rate for latest Singapore Saving Bonds is 2.16%.

Yield spread (reference to 10 year Singapore government bond (2.24%) has tightened from 4.53% to 4.35%.  DPU yield for a number of small and mid-cap REITs are still very attractive  (>8%) at the moment.  However, it is expected the next move would be on small and medium size REITs due to higher risk premium.

Technically, the REIT index is trading in a bullish uptrend but it is expected to have a short term pause before moving higher. Immediate support at 820 followed by 800. If Singapore REIT index can stay above 800-820 support zone for the next few months, it is a high possibility that the bullish trend may continue to break new high. Bear in mind that Singapore REIT has one of the highest dividend yield compared to other stocks in Singapore and also other stock markets in the region.

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If you need an independent professional review on your current REIT portfolio and need any recommendation, you may engage me in the REIT portfolio Advisory. REITs Portfolio Advisory.  http://mystocksinvesting.com/course/private-portfolio-review/

How This 10-Step Value Investing Checklist & Mindset Helps You Get Better Returns

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In this article, I will provide a Value Investing Safety Checklist that you can follow easily. I will also provide you a mental framework (mindset) that you should understand first since it affects your ability to gain superior returns. “No wise pilot, no matter how great his talent and experience, fails to use his checklist.” […]
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Top Investment Advice to Beginners: Start with this NO RISK asset class

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Author: Marubozu

Two of the most common questions from retail investors when I conduct investment classes or private investment portfolio review are:

  1. How to get started to invest?
  2. What is safe to invest?

I hope this post can help all retail investors (especially beginners) to get started safely and easily before moving into more complex asset classes like shares, bonds, ETF (Exchange Traded Fund), ILP (Investment Linked Policies sold by insurance companies), Endowment Policies, REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust), unit trust, commodities, structured products, alternative investment, private equity, etc.

As a Licensed Financial Advisor who specializes in Investment Portfolio Advisory, I would recommend  to start with Singapore Saving Bonds (SSB) as this asset class is virtually NO RISK, NO PRICE VOLATILITY and GOOD LIQUIDITY (with one month redemption notice). Some people would argue that that is not true that SSB has no risk. However, I am not going to debate it because there are much bigger problems to deal with if Singapore government goes bankrupt, due to the reasons that all government linked companies and our saving / investments in various Singapore banks, SRS and CPF all will be affected.

This month SSB gives investors a 10-year average risk free interest rate of 2.16%. This return is definitely higher than the bank saving interest rate of 0.05%. This is a very straight forward comparison and no-brainer decision to make. Investors may use SSB as a parking facility of your emergency fund (recommended 6 months of indispensable monthly expense). You may engage a Certified Financial Planner if you need help to find out your indispensable monthly expense and conduct a Personal Financial Health Screening to calculate your own financial ratio, by setting up personal income statement and net worth statement to keep track of your financial health annually.

 

2 Simple Steps to subscribe to Singapore Saving Bonds (Get it Started!)

  1. Open a CDP Account with SGX. https://dollarsandsense.sg/step-step-guide-opening-cdp-account-singapore/
  2. Subscribe to Singapore Saving Bond. http://www.sgs.gov.sg/savingsbonds/Your-SSB/How-to-buy.aspx

 

 

For investment who would like to have an independent and unbiased investment advice to the current investment portfolio with the following objectives, you may engage Kenny Loh (kennyloh@fapl.sg)

  • Risk Assessment of Current Portfolio
  • Optimise the Risk Adjusted Return of the Portfolio
  • Construct a Diversified Portfolio for Retirement Needs (Capital Growth Strategy or Passive Income Generation)
  • Safe Guard and Ring Fence Current Investment Assets from Creditors, Inheritance Tax, Estate Duty or Mental Incapacity.
  • Review Pro/Cons and suitability of the investment options recommended by Banks (unit trust, bonds, structured products), Insurance companies (ILP, Endowment, Whole Life Plan) or Property Agents (is physical property the only investment options?) before officially signing the contract and committing huge amount of money.

Kenny Loh is an award winning Financial Consultant from an Independent Financial Advisory firm. He won Top 5 Investment AUA Award for 2018 with million dollars of investment under his advisory comprises Unit Trust, Shares, Bonds, REITs, ETF, Alternative Investment, Structured Products, Commodities, Property Funds, M&A Private Equity fund, Angel Investment fund, etc.

He does not believe “One Size Fit All” Investment strategy because different investors have different needs, different investment objectives at different life stages. He personalises and customises every individual portfolio to meet the financial needs with the appropriate asset classes with pre-assessed client’s risk profile.

Why You Should Invest in Whisky

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Whisky is for drinking. But can it be a solid investment instead? The first thing we think about whisky, is that it is for drinking – but…can it be a solid alternative investment vehicle instead? With rising affluence, could some of the wealth be pouring into this vertical – traditionally viewed as an old’s man drink or a party […]
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Singapore REIT Price / NAV Range Chart Feb-2019

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Author: Marubozu

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Singapore REIT Price / NAV Range Chart base on Feb 4, 2019 Singapore REITs Table.

 

See last Singapore REITs Price/NAV here to see the changes.

Disclaimer: This chart is NOT a recommendation to buy or sell. Do NOT use it if you don’t understand how to interpret it.

 

Check below on other events:

http://mystocksinvesting.com/course/singapore-reits-investing/REITs Investing Course 

http://mystocksinvesting.com/course/private-portfolio-review/REITs Portfolio Advisory 

http://mystocksinvesting.com/events/

The 2019 Toto Hong Bao Draw

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James looked up from the snaking queue and muttered a silent curse. He had barely moved in the past ten minutes. This is taking longer than he had imagined.  He reached in for his phone to check the time. The iPhone Face ID algorithm got his face right every single time and unlocked it automatically, even when all he […]

How Much You Need To Retire in Singapore & How You Can Get There

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It’s the tinge of unease when you look at your bank account. That trickle of sweat going down your spine when you think about the future. That sigh when you think about how you’re going to try and pay for everything. The constant worry. The fear. You spend most of your time working, taking care […]

Term Insurance Vs Life: A Thorough Comparison & Analysis

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Benjamin Franklin famously proclaims – In this world, nothing can be said to be certain except for death and taxes. Since death is an absolute certainty, we should always ensure that we are sufficiently insured for that unfortunate event one day. In today’s market, there are many types of insurance coverage. I am going to compare […]