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First Real Estate Investment Trust (AW9U.SI)

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
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0.29500.0000 (0.00%)
As of 10:17AM SGT. Market open.
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    Tim Bak
    Vaccinated people are now seeking medical treatment for their chronic health issues after almost two years of Covid pandemic. We have to learn to live with the Covid virus like we have been doing with flu. Good to consider owning AW9U with a forward dividend payout of over 9%!
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    linda
    The value of their assets(buildings) minus their debt is higher then the market cap so very low risk at this price. I am reinforcing my position...
  • Y
    Yau Yeng Yew
    Don't understand why price keep dropping, if only rental income is affected, worst case is no dividend, assets are still the same. Anyone can shed some light?
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    Cheryl
    Odds of 4 cent dividends (15%) and a five bagger in two years aboard First Real Estate Investment Trust? Most of your friends have no clue about the possibilities in Singapore investments. Should you tell them about a few? Help me out, I need some buying to lift this REIT up! Just a little regalito, no sea malo.
  • J
    J.Sea
    REITS is assets backed securities, market sentiment is because of divided drop ! Outlook for hospital is still critical in future. hold on guys, I’m adding my position as this is LT passive income
  • C
    Cheryl
    AW9U.SI This is the ticket when Singapore rallies with their Covid vaccination program WHICH IS ONE OF THE WORLD'S BEST. This pays 18.33% yield dividends quarterly. It has to be bottoming out now or very, very soon. Opportunity of a decade of collecting big dividends by purchasing cheap shares in Singapore dollars to benefit from the greenback decline and the impending U.S. inflation.
  • g
    grace
    continue to hold or cut loss judging this uncertainty :/
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    Cheryl
    AW9U.SI Offsetting 3.5M trades at 3:30 and 3:34 AM (EST) first a buy then a sell at .25. This 16% yielding REIT is looking for big enough earnings to feed that big divvy.
  • Z
    Zeus
    is it good to buy now? or still wait?
  • F
    FatFat
    Btw, saw their 2019 Financial the last few pages, Citibank owned about 30% (241 million shares) and our local 3 big banks (DBS, UOB and OCBC) were also their top 20 shareholders. I also saw HSBC and CIMB inside. So if this First Reit were to fail or do stupid things like doing more "charity" a.k.a rental reliefs in the 2nd half, I don't think the banks will sit there and watch without investigating into First Reit/Lippo. Also if their share prices continue to drop, they will have difficulty taking loans from banks as their market capitalisation will be destroyed and banks won't have the confidence to loan them money. Their next loan will be in Mar 2021. And thus if their Q3 they still do "charity", most probably their shares will drop until the few cents region and the shares might be suspended and investigated by the major share holders.
  • k
    karen
    How much lower can this go?
  • Y
    Yong Hua
    I bought at 45 cents. Should I still hold? Can the experts please come in and advise a noob?
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    Tim Bak
    With the increasing rollout of Covid vaccinations, hospitals will soon be swarmed with patients who have postponed their surgeries for fear of catching Covid. Time to be onboard if you have not got in recently at SGD0.20.
  • C
    Cheryl
    i am betting the 34.28MM shares AW9U.SI buy in recently is a wise guy AND THE DIVIDEND HOLDS ABOVE 10%.
  • T
    Tim Bak
    It is a bargain.
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    ItsMe
    Shares were .45 ?
  • K
    Koo
    Finally moving up 🚀🚀
  • A
    Anonymous
    Vote No to the resolution now. It is ridiculous! Asset has value, do not panic and will get back later. It is the trap for investor, lipo and FR jointly blame covid to get super cheap rental even after covid