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Krist Goh
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how's this stock looking?
E J Tan
Decently, after merging in 2015, the yield of price & dividend should have steadily improved. Instead, it goes down south ever since!!! What a “great” Mgmt... They truly need to learn from Sunreit Mgmt.
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KY Lum
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why dropped so low
E J Tan
Decently, after 2015 merger, the yield of stock price & dividend should have gradually improved. Instead, it goes down south all the ways!!! What an “outstanding” Mgmt... They really need to closely look at Sunreit Mgmt how they manage their vast range of properties yet making decent yields year after year.
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E J Tan
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What a disappointing Quarterly result!!! Ever since merging with MRCB in 2015, the dividend yields are getting worse in a down trend to a all time low...
Yutaka Tong
6 percent okla. since retail and office biz not good
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E J Tan
Moreover, the NAV from 1.3679 in 2014 consistently reduced to a pathetic 1.2406... Might as well don’t merge right in the first place... Truly a disastrous decision made... They truly need to learn from Sunreit to see how they manage vast range of properties yet making decent ROR year after year. Just look at their stock price period.
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Jackson Gan
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Still can buy in?
Yutaka Tong
reit is more stable than other stock now
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lim kim
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What is the best price to buy in?
Michael Michael
For me, 1.05 or below
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Geoffrey TCF
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worth for invest ?
Geoffrey TCF
Thank for advice
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lim kim
What is the Best Buy to buy in?
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Tee Hui Chua
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No dividend?
Ximon Lee
1 year 2 times
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E J Tan
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For reits dividends, the tax for individual is 10%. It’s deducted via dividend declared before credited into shareholder’s account. Hence individuals do not need to declare or pay any more income tax.
Eric NG
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buy now still entitle dividend?
EE BING NG
need pay 10% gov tax
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Eric Teoh
yes,after government tax.no income tax.
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Daniel Pang
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I will wait below 1rm,just hope
Chong Tjun Yie
was busy at work and dint keep track...
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Chee Yong Chin
The main sponsor mrcb's price slumped, will mq be impacted negatively?
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