Mapletree Logistics Trust (SGX:M44U) latest annual report had 22 key figures that help you understand the industrial-based real estate investment trust.
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Dear readers, I read of the investment by EDBI, a subsidiary of Singapore’s Economic Development Board into Appier, an artificial intelligence firm. This reminds me of EDB’s investment in another listed Singapore company: QT Vascular. Both Appier and QT Vascular are also listed under EDBI’s portfolio companies (you can refer to the link here for more details).
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Many people are confused what CPF is all about, including me last time. I summarise the Five 3s of CPF here. 3 Basic Needs for Retirement A fully paid up home. Support for Healthcare Expenses. Lifelong Stream of Retirement Income 3 Contributors to CPF Yourself Employer Government provide good risk free interest rate … Read more
Can you still use your investment strategy as your portfolio grows?
I have mentioned in my previous posts about setting up StashAway and Smartly Singapore robo-advisor accounts for my wife. But I didn’t set any up for myself. My plan was to be a spectator and just monitor how those accounts performed. It was tempting to set one up for myself just so that I don’t […]
Of all the different types of credit cards, I have to admit I have a soft spot for cashback credit cards. There’s something so satisfying about getting money for doing…
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Parents, start saving.
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The Oracle of Omaha has produced an annualised return of around 21% for his shareholders.
We managed to set a new low for our expenses in August, spending less than $3,150 and after including this month’s expenditure, our average monthly expenditure this year has been cut to around $4,259. Since we have switched to UOB One…