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The Weekly Nibble: There is No Secret to Investing

Here are some articles that have appeared on the Motley Fool Singapore’s website this week that you might have missed out on.

1. Presenting to You the “Dragon Scroll” of Investing…

One common trait among the great investors of the world is that they are willing to hold stocks for the long-term. Warren Buffett, for instance, took about 15 years to become a millionaire and another 22 years before he had a net worth of more than US$100 million. If there were ever a secret to investing, it might be that one needs patience.

2. 5 Things Investors May Have Missed About ComfortDelGro Corporation Ltd

Did you know that ComfortDelGro Corporation Ltd (SGX: C52) was established from the merger of Comfort Group and DelGro Corp in 2003?

From the firm’s 2016 annual report, it is stated that with the centralisation of resources post-merger, a total of S$3.8 million was saved in 2003 and 2004.

Find out four other exciting things about the land transport giant from the link above.

3. What Does the Future Hold for the Industrial REITs in Singapore?

Ever wanted to know how the future might pan out for the industrial real estate investment trusts (REITs) listed in Singapore?

In this piece, read about the outlooks from four REITS – Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust (SGX: A17U) Cache Logistics Trust (SGX: K2LU) Mapletree Industrial Trust (SGX: ME8U) and ESR-REIT (SGX: J91U).

We also take a look at a chart released by JTC Corporation that shows how the industrial real estate supply would ease off from 2018 onwards.

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The information provided is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be personalised investment or financial advice. Motley Fool Singapore contributor Sudhan P doesn’t own shares in any companies mentioned.