Asked on 13 May 2020
Nope. Just no to Reit ETFs. On top of the reit management fee you pay the reit, you are paying an additional expense ratio for the ETF. It's better off to pick individual reits if you are going for dividends. If you want diversification, you can check out Syfe roboadvisor
Individual reits for me, get to pick and choose individual counters at my desired price range.
Just because its a basket of securities, does not automatically mean good diversification. You want a basket of 'high-quality" securities not a basket of "here & there" securities
Hi Kyrie Chie, the Lion Phillip S Reit ETF is one way for investors to get diversified exposure to Singapore REITs.
Deciding whether to invest in individual REITs vs REIT ETFs depends on factors such as knowledge, time available, etc. I might sound like Captain Obvious but picking individual REITs requires more time and knowledge.
If you want to learn about picking specific REITs, you can check out the guide here. If you wish to know about the various REIT ETFs available in Singapore, including the Lion Phillip S Reit ETF, you can jump in here.
Super thing, I am invested.
Corona crisis will have it's load on the dividends for some time. But Singapore is strong.
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