The banks did it again. In just a few months, several popular savings accounts had their interest rates cut multiple times. For example, Standard Chartered’s Jumpstart account, an account which I have been using since late 2019 had its interest rate cut twice from 2% to 0.4% in months. OCBC 360, OCBC’s flagship savings account [...]
From applying POSB Invest Saver to opening a brokerage account with Maybank Kim Eng at a young age of 18, I realise that I have been in the stock market for more than 3 years. Not knowing my investment style at such a young age, my portfolio has evolved tremendously and I am pleased to reveal my portfolio today!
It is funny how previously I wrote about why I bought Koufu and here I am after more than one year, writing why I sold Koufu. If you have yet to read more about Koufu, you may refer to this post where I shared about the reasons why I bought Koufu. I sold Koufu in [...]
Following up on an article published in September on my page, shares of the three listed banks rose at least 24%, with DBS rising 29%. In this article, we will cover DBS’ financial result, released on 10 February 2021 and look into the outlook given by the company. This article will guide you in deciding [...]
With 40 over REITs to choose from on SGX, this article will guide you on how to analyse REITs before investing in it.
It is the time of the year again, where I reflect on my investment journey this year. I have been doing this for the past 3 years and I would definitely want to continue this tradition. Feel free to explore my past reflections over at this section. As people have different ways of learning and [...]
Apologies that I have not been posting any educational post lately. I have been procrastinating after finishing work each day that I did not really set aside time to do any reading or research. In this post, I will be making a quick update on what happened for the past 2 month since my last [...]
Ask around investors who recently bought banks - be it DBS, OCBC or UOB. Many would say that they bought Banks because it offers an attractive dividend yield of more than 5% (before dividend cap) in this low interest rate environment. Many complain that REITs, once loved by dividend investors, now offer low dividend yield, [...]
I have been quite inactive for a while. Therefore, I have decided to make a quick update. This article will not be an educational one. It is more of a personal update on finance and investing. Personal Finance - Adjusting Allocation As shared in one of my previous articles, I have a budget allocation that [...]
The pandemic has resulted in the majority of the companies in the world to report less revenue and earnings. Banks’ earnings are under pressure this year especially from the fact that The Federal Reserve made the bold move of slashing interest rates to combat the impact of the pandemic to the economy. This resulted in [...]