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To last in the construction and property playing field, a company needs to be able to weather tough times, unfavourable policies, and yes, produce strong track records. Koh Brothers have done all these successfully. Read More »

 
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The Shanghai Composite Index (SHCOMP) has seen its highest point since 2008 at over 4,000 points. The bull run does not seem to be stopping any time soon. However, local investment guru Daniel Loh thinks that the index seems to have rallied too fast and too furious. To cool things down a bit, a correction should occur soon. Read More »

 
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For the recent rally of the Straits Times Index (STI) since late March, one of the strong sectors that moved much is property sector which became a market leader. Read More »

 

Keppel Corporation's net profit rose 6.4 percent to $360.2 million for the quarter ended 31 March 2015, attributable to lower taxation for the period and a smaller portion of profit attributable to non-controlling interests. Read More »

Retail-focused Hektar Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) is focusing on organic growth, as it plans to acquire more individual lots in its strata-titled malls this year. The engine for growth in 2015 will be a combination of organic growth and acquisitions. Read More »

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As we search for positive signs in a new company, the cash flowing through the firm may be one thing worth looking up. In particular, the cash conversion cycle of a company may be of interest to the Foolish investor. Read More »

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Interest from mainland-based investors have been behemoth since Chinese mutual funds were granted approval to invest in Hong Kong stocks via the Shanghai-Hong Kong connect scheme (SHSC). Read More »

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“A bird-in-hand is worth two in the bush” – anonymous This is how dividend investors see the market. Having a cash payout appears to be better than the company retaining the earnings for growing the business. The latter is full of uncertainty as the company may eventually collapse with the investors ending up with nothing. [...] Read More »

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Real estate investment trusts (REITs) are generally viewed as dividend plays, providing a steady distribution stream. But are there ways for the savvy investor to increase returns on their REITs portfolio? Read More »

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JAPFA is offering 248m shares at $0.80 each for a listing on the Singapore Exchange. The IPO will close on 13 August 2014 at 12pm and starts trading on 15 August. Read More »

One of the most important questions to ask when investing is how a company rewards its stakeholders. Well, there are generally three ways. Read More »

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