We recently had a short chat with DAR Wong, a regular columnist of Shares Investment and an esteemed speaker at our events. He shared some thoughts on mutual funds and REITs, and what his fund is looking at in the near future.
Economists and the Singapore government are optimistic about Singapore’s economy in 2017, forecasting a higher growth than last year’s two percent. Their primary cause for the positive outlook is global growth recovery. But is that the case?
The first Singapore-listed REIT, Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust (FLT; SGX: BUOU) to start with a pure-play Australian industrial portfolio looks promising, according to DBS Research’s recent research report covering some of the REIT’s investment merits.
Following Singapore Airlines (SIA; SGX: C6L) CEO's promise to make a "bold" move to ensure the company's "long-term viability", it was recently reported that SIA is cutting jobs. It shouldn't come as a surprise.
Singapore's shipyards order book fell more than 50 percent in 2016 as compared to 2015 - a plunge from $19 billion to $8 billion. That might change soon, though, according to UOB Kay Hian's (UOBKH) report dated 29 May 2017.
Despite unprecedented events constantly surprising the world economy and investors, the US bull market has celebrated its eighth birthday. How long can this bull market last? Bloomberg's Suzanne Woolley gathered advice from six investment experts on where to invest US$10,000 right now.
A junior staff who earns $2,000 a month can potentially be wealthier than a banker who earns $4,000 a month if the junior staff saves 50 percent or $1,000 while the banker saves just 20 percent or $800.
Macroeconomics and stock market veteran DAR Wong shared his take on US President Donald Trump, "Trumponomics" and how he thinks it might impact the various markets around the world.
Is trading binary options equivalent to gambling? Well, binary options are considered to be very speculative and thus dubbed as "gambling" at times. With the recent warnings from the MAS, investors and traders alike should be well-educated with the basics of binary options, at least, before thinking of trading them - regulated or unregulated.
Is grocery shopping in Singapore expensive? How about eating a meal at a hawker centre? Of course, if we were to compare the prices now and two or three decades ago (in almost every country), we'll realise that things were a lot cheaper in the past - it's called inflation, by the way.