Singapore REITs Comparison Table for Dividend Investment – April 2013

Added Average Price / NAV and Distribution Yield so that I can monitor these two numbers every month. In average, Singapore REIT is 20% over value base on NAV with Dividend Yield of 5.34% base on my comparison table below. Some of the REITs are extremely overvalue with high gearing ratio. Be extremely cautious if the stock market reverse to the down trend and the banks start to raise interest rate. Those REIT will be badly hit as they have to pay more interest for their debt. Alternatively, these REITs may  issue rights to repay the debt. The share price will plunge when the REIT managers issue right at huge discount.

Singapore REIT stock comparison 7-Apr-2013

Last comparison table of Singapore REITs.

Check out here if you want to know what are the important financial ratio to analyse REIT in Singapore.

Singapore REITs Comparison Table for Dividend Investment – Mar 2013

Added Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust (MGCCT) in the Singapore REIT comparison Table. Very tempted to subscribe? This means Mapletree Investor Relationship has done a good job in hyping everyone up. Don’t get me wrong, MGCCT is a good REIT but unfortunately it is over value base on NAV and have high gearing. I am giving it a pass because it does not meet my criteria. There is NO Right or Wrong reason when come to investing in REIT, it very much depends on your objective,  risk appetite and your own criteria. You still can invest in REIT although it is overvalue because the stock price can go even higher after IPO then you will be the hero. However, it is important to know WHEN to get out if the stock market reverse to the down trend. Most of the time, you are able to see from the stock chart because the chart will tell you to “GET OUT NOW!”

In General, Singapore REIT is OVERVALUE so Invest with Care! Don’t be greedy with that dividend payout because you will lose your invested capital even more when the stock price plunges!

Singapore REIT stock comparison 3-Mar-2013

Last comparison table of Singapore REITs. You can compare how the REITs become more and more overvalue for the past 1 year. Most charts are going up in one straight line which is scary.

BTW, actually you can do a quick check on this MGCCT IPO before deciding whether you want to subscribe or not. Just simply check a few financial ratio like NAV, Gearing Ratio, Distribution Yield and compare with other REITs, you should be able to make a decision by yourself instead of asking other people and searching the internet for tips. Sign up my REIT investing class if you find my REIT analysis is easier to understand, pragmatic and practical.

Singapore REITs Comparison Table for Dividend Investment – Feb 2013

  • Bad News – Most Singapore REITs are over value now and you are late if you want to invest now (without risk).
  • Good News – You are not going to get burnt if you know how to interprete S-REITs are overvalue and stay out of it.
  • Better News – If you know which REIT to pick and when to pick undervalue REIT during the stock market crash or correction. Timing is important.
  • The toughest thing to do is have to wait for the opportunity patiently.

Last comparison table of Singapore REITs. You can compare how the REITs become more and more overvalue for the past 1 year. Most charts are going up in one straight line which is scary.

Some readers requested me to conduct class to teach how to select a right REIT for dividend investing and explain the terminology of financial ratio of the above table. Please check out the class detail on REIT investing by clicking HERE (REIT Investing Class).