facebookI’m starting my investment journey, looking to buy my first Singapore REITs with a $10k Budget. Any recommendations for this COVID-19 period in June 2020? - Seedly

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Anonymous

08 Jun 2021

General Investing

I’m starting my investment journey, looking to buy my first Singapore REITs with a $10k Budget. Any recommendations for this COVID-19 period in June 2020?

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Ng Wei En

Ng Wei En

07 Jun 2020

Level 8·Analyst at Mastercard

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Josh Tan Jian Liang

Josh Tan Jian Liang

06 Jun 2020

Level 7·Co-founder https://theastuteparent.com at Promiseland Independent Pte Ltd

Hi Anon,

Recommend to consider if company specific risk is ok with first. If not sure, look to diversify and there are actually REIT etfs if you view the sector positively.

I've a sharing here and in this video, I'd touch on points on why REITS have been hit badly.

https://youtu.be/HS6VYkrhiJE

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Nigel Tan

Nigel Tan

05 Jun 2020

Level 7·Executive Senior Financial Planner at Great Eastern Life

Look for REITS that are generally resilient from covid-19 and have a long term potential to grow. Eg. Data centre/ Logistics.

Data centres rent spaces for servers that are essential for key businesses.

Logistics are great due to growing e commerce trends, especially now since people can't visit malls.

Malls and Offices are particularly hit heavily. Don't be tricked by high dividend yields alone, REIT prices are lagging indicators of the business and dividends are based on previous quarters distributions. Looking at P/B alone which could also mean "undervalued" may not be so undervalued as you think.

If you are newbies,I suggest you to buy Reits ETF to diversify the risk.

Seedly has a very good introduction and platform to monitor REITS

https://seedly.sg/tools/reits(...

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