CapitaMall Trust Resilient But 3Q2017 DPU Is Flat

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CapitaMall Trust announced its 3Q2017 financial results today. I am pleased that CapitaMall Trust manage to maintain its Distribution Per Unit of 2.78 cents which is the same as 3Q2016. This is despite gross revenue actually fell by a minor of 0.2% for 3Q2017 as compared to the same quarter in 2016.

In my previous post, I wrote about the resiliency of CapitaMall Trust and till date, my opinion still holds. Almost every retail REIT listed on the Singapore Exchange is facing the economic headwinds and suffering from the impact of the growing popularity of online shopping. The fact that CapitaMall Trust is able to almost maintain its DPU was a pleasant surprise for me. Read More

How to Get 100 dollars Cash Free

Recently, I have came across a fantastic credit card promotion deal and I have signed up for it. It is not a new recent promotion as I saw the promotion has been running from 23 June 2017. The promotion runs from 23 June to 31 December 2017.

CIMB is having a credit card promotion whereby you can get S$100 of cash credit by applying for their credit card and make a minimum spend of S$300 within 3 months  from the credit card approval date.

That is a (S$100/S$300) x 100% = 33.33% discount for S$300 spent.

Here are the steps to qualify for the credit card deal. Read More

First Pure Singapore REITS ETF – Lion Phillip SREIT ETF

Today, I received a message from my broker asking whether I am interested in subscribing for the Lion Phillip SREIT ETF. The IPO price is at S$1.00 and no balloting is required which means a full allocation will be given if I subscribe for it.

It is the first REIT ETF that is purely based on Singapore REITs. Capitaland Mall Trust, being my favorite REIT in my stock portfolio makes up the major component in this ETF.

A glance at this Lion Phillip SREIT ETF gives me the impression that this ETF is overweight on Retail REITs and Industrial REITs which means it is suppose to be high yielding. Retail and Industrial REITs are highly cylindrical as compared to Healthcare REITs. Read More