Willie Keng, Dividend Titan

Willie Keng, Dividend Titan

10 August 2022

Dividend picks for August:
A bank in China, a consumer company and a Singapore hospitality Reit are on Willie Keng, Founder, Dividend Titan and Michelle Martin's list of potential dividend stocks.

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30 June 2022
Stocks to Watch: SIA, Daiwa House Logistic Trust and Alibaba
In this episode of Stocks to Watch, Willie Keng, Founder of Dividend Titan discusses  SIA Rights and why it is attractive to invest in them now. Also with the Japanese Yen weakening, what will the business outlook like for Daiwa House Logistics Trust. And lastly, with Alibaba stocks losing over 44 percent value over the past one year, what expectations should we have for this particular stock.

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9 June 2022
Money and Me: Dividend stocks with a local twist
How do we find good dividend paying stocks given present market conditions? Are there some right under our noses? Willie Keng, Founder, Dividend Titan shares his views on high yield dividend stocks with Michelle Martin.

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19 May 2022
Stocks to Watch: Rate hikes and supply chain disruptions
Yanlord’s share price has dropped over 7% in the past month. Venture stocks are being negatively affected by Ukraine invasion and the supply chain disruptions. TSMC’s stock price down 15% due to rate hikes. Can these companies recover?

Willie Keng, Founder, Dividend Titan gives us his view on the situation.

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14 April 2022
Stocks to Watch: Elite Commercial REIT, CapitaLand Investment Management & Starbucks
This week on Stocks to Watch, Willie Keng, Founder, Dividend Titan joins us to discuss the sustainability of Elite Commercial Reit as Singapore's first UK-focused REIT, how much potential upside there is to CapitaLand Investment Management as an 'asset-light' property investment firm, and how much more  consumers are willing to pay for coffee at Starbucks, especially in the face of rising inflation.

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10 February 2022
Companies to Watch: No Signboard’s volunteers to suspend trading, what's next?
The Covid-19 pandemic and the slew of arbitrary restrictions imposed had undoubtedly impact many business sectors in Singapore, and the F&B industry is no exception. Unfortunately for No Signboard, a catalist-listed seafood restaurant operator famed for its White Pepper Crab, they recently made headlines for failing to pay their rent of more than $176,000. Willie Keng, CFA, Founder, Dividend Titan gives an analysis of their biggest fundamental flaw and why they are in such a bad position when compared to other restaurants like Jumbo.

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