Singapore REITs Comparison Table for Dividend Investment – Jan 2013

Latest Comparison table for Singapore REIT in terms of Market Cap, PE ratio, NAV, Gearing Ratio, Distribution Yield and Asset Type.

Some Singapore REITS are super over value now! I marked those in dark red in the comparison table.


Last comparison table of Singapore REITs.

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).

This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. Jason

    Just a thought… some REITS are overvalued but they are supported by their high distribution yield (e.g. Sabana). by the way, i love how you display the information using the excel spreadsheet. are u able to allow readers to download?

  2. Marubozu

    Sometimes high yield does not mean that it is a fundamental strong REIT. There are reasons why the REIT yield is high because of the risks associated with the REIT and drive the big investors and fund managers away. Yield = DPU / Stock Price. The yield is high when the stock price is low. Besides just looking at the basic financial ratio, we have to understand what the risks in the REIT as well.

    Sorry for not sharing the excel spreadsheet because it is my personal IP. I only give to my students upon request because they know how to get the data, how to interprete it and how to use it to make their investment plan.


  3. Jason

    Thanks for your reply 🙂

  4. Krishna Singhal

    Hi Marubozu,

    Really nice analysis and good article. Wanted to check if there is any website through which you can automate such an excel sheet? Or you need to manually plug in data every time you want to run this sheet?

    kindly reply on my email.

  5. Marubozu

    Have replied to your email. Not that difficult to get those information if you know how.


  6. Jackson

    Hi Marubozu,

    thanks for compiling the data every month, it’s really helpful for a beginner like me.

    Quick question – do you also have similar comparison table for other industry sectors besides REITs? For example, if there is a comparison for the oil&gas stocks, or technology stocks, or commodities stocks, or something like that? I think that will be very helpful too.


  7. Marubozu

    Hi Jackson,
    I only monitor the sector I am investing or trading. You can do your own compilation if you know how to do it. It is very important you understand how and where the data is derived because you need to use the data with due diligence. You cannot 100% rely and trust those data on the internet and invest with your hard earned money.


  8. Jackson

    Hi Marubozu,

    Thanks for your reply. Other than REITs, are you able to share the other sectors which you compile/monitor?


  9. Teck We

    I am recently looking into investing reits. I have no prior knowledge in investing or even managing my own finance till now i still dont have a clue.
    I would like to venture in investing in reits, as i would like to build up my fortune rather than just spending it.
    Would you be able to give some tips and advice?
    Really appreciate it.

  10. Marubozu

    Hi Teck We,
    You can start with reading some investment books and attend some investment seminars. But please do not attend those “Get Rich Quick” courses. You need a few years of learning and practice before you can consistently make money from the stock market. There is no short cut and no free lunch. It is all about hardwork and perseverance.
    My advice to you is “Back to Basic” and Invest yourself in a proper Financial Education before you put real money into the stock market.


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