I Shall Continue To Stay Vested In ThemOn by
2,901.56 in dividends/ distributions from Singtel, Starhub, M1, SATS, FCT, CMT, Suntec REIT, First REIT, CACHE, MLT, and Neratel. This is indeed a bountiful month for me personally! All the REITs in my own portfolio reported decent results a few weeks back. I will continue to stay vested in them. I used part of my Armageddon account to build up 2 a lot of as the purchase price experienced some weakness recently.
It seems the company is sharing my thoughts. SATS has been aggressive in its share buybacks pretty. I am self-confident SATS shall take advantage of the future terminals at Changi Airport. This is a long-term growth investment for me. Another bit of good news is that SGX will be implementing a 100-share size in early 2015. I am looking to add some heavyweights to my profile forward, especially the banks.
Well, they can, but they need not. Anyway, after making this false declaration about trade deficits requiring dissaving, it is immediately reversed, noting as an aside that yes, a world-wide web capital inflow can be used for capital investment. And then we get a list of bad investments which have occurred.
What evidence is there that it was the web capital inflow that funded the “bad investments?” Of course, in hindsight, bad investments are a waste! The marketplace system punishes investors who make bad investments with loss. Then we get a version of the “global cost savings glut” story. The idea is that rates of interest have been low worldwide because there is a “global cost savings glut.” The nationwide countries with trade surpluses–which are saving more than they invest–are exacerbating this issue.
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It is absolutely back to crude Keynesianism. The paradox of thrift purportedly shows that saving is bad and results in poverty. Well, it isn’t that bad, because here we have the recognition that added saving results in lower interest rates and more investment. But the investment due to the lower rates of interest are supposedly these wasteful and bad investments–bubbles.
But in reality, bubbles are alternatives to low interest. It is logical to consider more risk when safe rates of interest are lower. When you can earn a higher yield, it is sensible to participate of the power in conditions of greater safety. Switch that around and the full total result is lower yields makes taking higher risks sensible. But that doesn’t make bubbles rational.