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Billy Ko
Billy Ko
Level 7. Grand Master
Answered 2d ago
City Developments offers quality real estate options in Singapore dabbling in both residential and office spaces. The share price has rosed from $8+ to its current $11, a rather whopping increase considering its a hefty stock as compared to Capitaland. I will definitely consider entering if it falls back below $10

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Billy Ko
Billy Ko
Level 7. Grand Master
Answered 2d ago
Vicom is an amazing company with a moat that is here to stay. However, with its share prices at $7+ and it being rather illiquid, this is a counter that is more for holding and collecting dividends rather than to trade for capital gains

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Billy Ko
Billy Ko
Level 7. Grand Master
Answered 2d ago
Breadtalk indeed looks to be heading one direction at the moment, and that is downwards. The comments here really does justify the situation that Breadtalk is in -- https://www.theedgesingapore.com/news/results/breadtalk-group-sink-red-fy2019

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Answered 2d ago
Venture Corporation being in the manufacturing industry is one that is here to stay. It has years of history building up its reputation in this industry. Furthermore, its plants are based in Malaysia hence it is operating rather cost-efficiently. Dividends are rather stable and consistent. The psychological price looks to be $15. Anything below that, I'll probably enter a position

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Stocks Discussion

Billy Ko
Billy Ko
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Answered 2d ago
Capitaland is a really strong and reputable real estate developer having presence both locally and overseas. I feel that it has the guts needed to survive in such an environment, making foray into the China market with it’s Raffles Place. Having so many other listed entities managing different aspects of the real estate industry does make this conglomerate one to look upon. However, with its price close to hitting the big $4, it might be a little steep at this point of time. Nonetheless, I believe when Raffles City Chongqing opens, it will generate much hype and fanfare with it’s iconic “MBS-like” structure

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FSM INVEST EXPO 2020

Billy Ko
Billy Ko
Level 7. Grand Master
Answered 2d ago
There is the presence of Japan Hospitality REITs but I believe it isn't packaged into an ETF. The locally listed REIT ETFs have their property portfolio excluding Japan. But nonetheless, if you're keen to learn more about the performance of REITs in Japan, you may look at this site -- http://en.japan-reit.com/ With the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympics, I can see why you're interested in the hospitality sector within Japan

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SGX

Billy Ko
Billy Ko
Level 7. Grand Master
Answered 2d ago
You must first understand the business model of Propnex. How does Propnex gain revenue and from there deduce if the revenue driver is consistent, sustainable and strong enough to propel Propnex to further heights. Propnex IPOed at $0.65 but has since dropped till slight over $0.50. At that point of time when Propnex debuted 2 years back, the property market faced setbacks with the cooling measures, so it was a rather gloomy time to IPO, especially for one that transacts in real estate. But since then, the pace should've picked up and the stock market euphoria should've impacted stocks across the board. However, it seems that Propnex does not seem to be positively infected by this. And given how the property market is one that is easily 'manipulated' through regulations and measures, I wouldn't enter into one that deals with this

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Billy Ko
Billy Ko
Level 7. Grand Master
Updated 2d ago
! Nestle has strong sales given how it's products mainly lie in the food consumables items. I think it has reached a stage whereby its able to fend off any competitors. From here-on, its how well its R&D team is such that they are able to constantly and consistently develop new flavours / seasonal flavours to tickle tastebuds of consumers so as to continue raking up sales
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Singapore Saving Bonds (SSB)

Billy Ko
Billy Ko
Level 7. Grand Master
Answered 2d ago
Since you're rather risk-averse, you could consider RSP-ing in an ETF. That way, you get to practice dollar cost averaging, and you need not monitor the prices of your investment as well. Dividend yield is about 3% a year, much more decent than putting it in the bank account

FSM INVEST EXPO 2020

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Billy Ko
Billy Ko
Level 7. Grand Master
Answered 2d ago
Coincidentally, the best fund return in the world at 300% is by a Singaporean fund Vanda Global Fund. And at the helm of it is Chong Chin Eai https://www.straitstimes.com/business/banking/worlds-top-hedge-fund-returns-found-in-singapore
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