Blue chips, blue chips. Stock market. Everyone loves them. Big names are those known by everyone and bought by everyone. Sometimes, the share price is already pushed to its maximum and yet people still buy because of EXPECTATIONS. Surely it should continue to earn ever more profits, right? This is no different from investors who … Read moreAnything overvalued is best skipped, stocks for example
If you like to read some financial tips for 2017, here’s a good compilation of many tips from different experts by mr-stingy.com, another site I frequent occasionally. One particular financial advice given within the compilation is one on Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT). It saidthat this is a good investment potential. I think I agree … Read moreLike property but risky? REIT is your key, another one listing
Feel free to read the full article about a piece of good news, even if it may not be repeating so soon. Reported in thestar.com.my Our Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has a good Q3 2016. Its investment income surged 29.21% to RM12.32 billion in Q3 2016 when compared to the same quarter in 2015 which achieved … Read moreEPF: Still up as at Q3 2016 but unsustainable moving forward
I consider this a positive news for the Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and also for the real estate industry. Okay, perhaps more for the Klang Valley property market since most REITs are focused here. Reported in many media, the Securities Commission Malaysia’s (SC) has proposed to allow (REITs) to acquire vacant land and undertake … Read moreREITs ‘can’ buy vacant land and develop it. Positive.
First of all, I do not own a single unit of Sunway Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). However, I have always believed that if we want to enter the property market but we are worried with volatility, REITs provide that opportunity. If I tell you that a property related stock has a dividend yield of … Read moreDividend yield for REIT? Sunway REIT’s at 5.5 percent
Good news for those who has some spare cash and wants to buy stocks instead of property. After meeting with about 20 fund managers and analysts, CIMB Equities Research said, “Most funds still underweight property stocks in their portfolios but we sensed that sentiment on the sector had improved compared with during our roadshow in … Read moreBuy property… stocks and wait? CIMB’s advice.
This is the first time I am writing about Hap Seng Consolidated Bhd even though I have reviewed this stock before a few years ago. I do not own any units of Hap Seng today and has never bought any units before. I love companies which has shown good growth story and UNKNOWN to many. … Read moreHap Seng: Bluechip, property, listed entity
I personally dislike buying and selling currencies for profits. Read here: Hedging? Do it now, for future. property in Australia? Coming back to forex, just look at those small countries where its currency could be easily manipulated. Seriously, do these countries benefit when the “investors” gain or lose money from the speculative activities? Let’s also not … Read moreEPF’s CEO on the same side as me on forex.
A few friends who have followed me for some time asked me why have I stopped writing about Ringgit these days. It’s already recovering, right? Well, last year, I did write a few articles about Ringgit. Read one here: Summary Q2 2015:Malaysian economy, Ringgit and Zeti or this: 1998 vs 2015, just numbers no rhetorics In fact … Read moreRinggit recovering, I stopped writing
Property market is not really ‘moving’ and this has affected many property counters. Many people are scared of stocks too: Is stock market scary for many? It does seem so These days, many of the counters have been forgotten. The issue is simple. If the developers are not selling well, their profits would certainly be affected … Read moreProperty market recovery in H2 may drive up stock prices