Singapore’s largest bank in DBS Group Holdings Limited (SGX:D05) is the second bank to release its business update for the third quarter of the financial year 2022 ended 30 September 2022 early this morning (03 November 2022.)
This post was originally posted here. The writer, Jun Yuan Lim is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with a username known as @ljunyuan and has close to 2100 followers.
Similar to UOB (which have published its Q3 FY2022 business update last Friday, and you can check out my review about it here), for the current quarter under review, it only released a snippet of some of the key financial figures (as the bank have switched to reporting its full financial results on a half-yearly basis), which we will be looking at, along with some of the key financial ratios in this post. I’ll also be sharing my thoughts about the bank’s latest ‘report card.’
Frasers Centrepoint Trust (SGX:J69U) is a predominantly suburban retail mall REIT, where at the time of writing, its property portfolio comprises a total of 9 retail REITs located in the various suburban locations in Singapore (the properties include Causeway Point, Northpoint City, Waterway Point, Changi City Point, Tampines 1, Century Square, White Sands, Tiong Bahru Plaza, and Hougang Mall), along with 1 commercial property (Central Plaza located in Tiong Bahru.)
This post was originally posted here. The writer, Jun Yuan Lim is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with a username known as @ljunyuan and has close to 2000 followers.
Early this morning (26 October 2022), the REIT have made available its financial results for the 2nd half, as well as for the full-year ended 30 September 2022 (i.e. FY2021/22), and in this post, you’ll find my review of its financial results, portfolio occupancy and debt profile, as well as its distribution payout to unitholders.
Founded since 1978, and currently with 273 stores in 36 states, Boot Barn Holdings Inc. (NYSE:BOOT) is currently United States’ largest lifestyle retail chain devoted to western and work-related footwear, apparel, and accessories.
This post was originally posted here. The writer, Lim Jun Yuan is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with a username known as @ljunyuan and has close to 2000 followers.
Some of the brands (which Singaporeans are probably familiar with) you can find in the company’s retail and online stores include Carhartt, Dickies, Wrangler, and Timberland Pro.
In this post, you’ll learn about some of the key performances by the company over the past 8 years (between FY2014/15 and FY2021/22 – the company has a financial year ending every last Saturday of March), such as its financial performances and its debt profile. I’ll also be sharing whether or not the company’s current traded price is considered ‘cheap’ or ‘expensive’ based on its current vs. its 8-year valuation.
This post was original posted on smallcapasia.com and reproduced with permission from the author.
Hyphens Pharma IPO: Here’s 5 Quick Things You Need to Know
Hyphens Pharma is a speciality pharmaceutical and consumer healthcare group with a direct presence in five ASEAN countries, namely, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
The company was incorporated in Dec 2017 as a private company. It sells speciality pharmaceuticals, a proprietary range of dermatological products and health supplement products through Hyphens and Ocean Health Singapore, and medical hypermart and digital supplies.
The thought of a secondary income stream can either excite or scare most people.
Especially when it involves investing.
If you ever feel that investing to attain financial freedom seems like a distant and mystical process, you’d have to hear it from the people who’re already there and how they made it.
Knowledge gets transferred through books and courses, and today we’d like to introduce a new book launch on our marketplace, Create A Secondary Income Stream Through Long Term Shares Investing.
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We’re launching a new online course, How to Discover Giant Stocks with Value Investing Strategies.
This online course is created by Dr. Tee, a veteran investor and educator who has 20 years of trading/investing experience with in-depth knowledge in stocks and various major investment markets. He is a well sought after speaker in major trading firms and various investing seminars.
In this value investing course, Dr Tee will teach the powerful methods step by step, how to form a dream team stock portfolio with understanding of 3 financial statements and 11 critical fundamental criteria with practical applications in global stock screening – all in just 2 hours over 9 learning modules! …
Seafood restaurant chain and brewery business group – No Signboard Holdings is seeking a Catalist listing to raise up to $35mil. Based on preliminary information, this could potentially value the company at approximately $130mil.
The KKREIT is a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) which draws rental income from 11 office properties across 7 major US cities including Seattle, Austin, Houston and Atlanta. The assets are a mix of prime and sub-urban office spaces.
At the time of writing, KKREIT has just lodged a preliminary prospectus for a listing on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) mainboard. There is a total of 262,772,400 (262.77mil) units on offer at a price of US$0.88 per unit. The IPO and trading of the units will be denominated in USD. …
You got to hand it to these government linked REITs.
This post first appeared on InvestingNoteand was written by our veteran community member, Kyith from Investmentmoats.com.
A few years ago, Ascendas REIT (5.8% dividend yield on my dividend stock tracker) decides to go forth and venture south to the land of Australia. They went in big, by enlarging their short land lease portfolio by 25% with Australia freehold assets.
They were able to finance such a large acquisition with a combination of rights issue, preferred shares and debt. The net effect is that they managed to lengthen the average land lease of the portfolio, the WALE, added some rental escalation and diversified the geographical region.
Some time ago this year, Mapletree Industrial REIT (6% dividend yield) announced that they would like to expand their mandate to manage data centers.
This evening, Mapletree Industrial REIT announced that they will be purchasing 14 data centers in the USA from the Target Portfolio of Carter Validus Mission Critical REIT. …
This weekend, I will be sharing my thoughts on catching falling knife blue chips like M1, Star Hub, SPH and Raffles Medical Group. Usually, for stocks that fall so much within a short period, there is a reason and usually is due to change in fundamentals such as profit, growth or potential future earnings look bleak. In my opinion, if a retail investor who hates to see paper losses should wait a bit more before burning their cash as analyst reports are usually negative on them hence funds are selling. There is no point in catching a falling knife for them as there is a possibility of further pain in such shares. Is better in my opinion for such retail investors to chase high and buy when fundamental improve than to bottom fish. There is no one size fits all investment strategy for all. For me, I prefer to bottom fish as there is more upside potential but the risk is paper losses in some counters when they continue to fall. …