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          ColumnsSingapore REITs may benefit from haven status amid market volatility

          Singapore real estate investment trusts can benefit from their safe-haven status during a time of market volatility as the U.S. Fed raises interest rates, analysts from DBS say in a research note.
          The Fed's clarity on its rate-rise trajectory will likely lead to more price stability for Singapore REITs, they say.
          What are Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)?
          Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are funds that invest in a port...
          Singapore REITs may benefit from haven status amid market volatility
          Singapore REITs may benefit from haven status amid market volatility
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          ColumnsTerra debacle nearly kill crypto: What exactly makes a stablecoin usable?

          The past week has been a dark period in the history of crypto, with the total market capitalization of this industry dipping as low as $1.2 trillion for the first time since July 2021. ToastedToastedToasted The turmoil, in large part, has been due to the real-time disintegration of $Terra(LUNA.CC)$.
          Last week, Terra has officially stopped block production as the blockchain's native token hit a low of $0.0003, near zero. HammerHammerHammer
          In a tumble start...
          Terra debacle nearly kill crypto: What exactly makes a stablecoin usable?
          Terra debacle nearly kill crypto: What exactly makes a stablecoin usable?

          ColumnsWall Street Today | Black Friday rout shows dangers of margin borrowing

          U.S. futures rise, oil up as traders weigh omicron
          U.S. equity futures and crude oil rose Monday as traders weighed the possible impact of the omicron coronavirus strain on global economic reopening. Currency markets stabilized after Friday's volatility.
          Equity futures for Japan advanced, while Australian shares slid at the open and oil jumped back above $70 a barrel. The $S&P 500 index(.SPX.US)$ last week had its worst post-Thanksgiving performance since 1941 and the yield on 10-year Treasuries slid the most since March 2020.
          El Salvador 'bought the dip,' acquiring 100 more bitcoin
          El Salvador President Nayib Bukele said the Central American country had taken advantage the 7.7% decline in Bitcoin on Friday to purchase 100 more of the coins.
          Dollar bonds from El Salvador are among the worst-performing in emerging markets so far this month, lagging only defaulted Lebanese debt, according to data compiled from a Bloomberg index.
          Online travel stocks fall most since March 2020 on variant fears
          Shares of online travel companies, including $Booking Holdings(BKNG.US)$ and $Expedia(EXPE.US)$, fell the most since the earliest days of the Covid-19 pandemic over worries about a new, heavily-mutated variant of the virus.
          Expedia plummeted as much as 11.9%, the most since March 2020, placing it among the 10-worst-performing stocks in the S&P 500 Friday, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Booking fell as much as 9.6%.
          Moderna says an omicron variant vaccine could be ready in early 2022
          $Moderna(MRNA.US)$'s Chief Medical Officer Paul Burton said Sunday the vaccine maker could roll out a reformulated vaccine against the omicron coronavirus variant early next year. It's not clear whether new formulations will be needed, or if current Covid vaccinations will provide protection against the new variant that has begun to pop up around the globe.
          Omicron was classified as a "variant of concern" by the WHO last week.
          Black Friday shopping in stores drops 28% from pre-pandemic levels as shoppers spread spending throughout the season
          Traffic at retail stores on Black Friday dropped 28.3% compared with 2019 levels, according to preliminary data from Sensormatic Solutions. Traffic was up 47.5% compared with year-ago levels, Sensormatic said.
          "It's clear shoppers are shopping earlier this season, just as they did last season," said Brian Field, senior director of global retail consulting at Sensormatic. Online, retailers rang up $8.9 billion in sales on Black Friday, down from the record of about $9 billion spent on the Friday after Thanksgiving a year earlier, according to data from Adobe Analytics.
          Shoppers are buying from resale retailers more than ever
          The resale market is booming, and by 2023 is expected to reach $51 billion. That has been fueled by shifting consumer demands, from shopping in more sustainable ways as well as trying to secure hard-to-find luxury items.
          Resale platforms like The RealReal and $ThredUp(TDUP.US)$ have benefited, and other traditional retailers like $Macy's(M.US)$ and J.C. Penney are finding their own ways in.
          Black Friday rout shows dangers of margin borrowing
          Friday's global retreat from riskier assets exposes a vulnerability of the broad market advance of the past year and a half: the rising use of leverage, or borrowed money.
          Margin borrowings in October were up 42% from a year earlier to $935.9 billion, according to data from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Wall Street’s self-regulator. Meanwhile a measure of cash holdings among individual investors fell to 46% of margin balances, Mr. Goepfert said, the lowest reading in data going back to 1997.
          Hertz-Tesla deal signals broad shift to EVs for rental-car companies
          The rental-car industry, long a big bulk-purchaser of new models in the car business, is sharpening efforts to add , the latest in a broader global shift among companies embracing greener technologies to cut their greenhouse-gas emissions.
          Two of the biggest car-rental firms— $Hertz Global(HTZ.US)$ and $Avis Budget(CAR.US)$—recently revealed plans to expand their plug-in offerings as the auto industry rolls out more options for drivers looking to avoid gasoline.
          Source: Bloomberg, WSJ, CNBC
          Wall Street Today | Black Friday rout shows dangers of margin borrowing

          My Personal Review of 2021 Investing Journey

          Since end of 2020 i've started to dollar cost averaging $Tesla(TSLA.US)$ and 2021 I have seen the price gone up from 550 to 1200 range but recently pulled back due to bad market sentiment and selling from Elon Musk. This year I also witnessed semiconductor stocks especially $Advanced Micro Devices(AMD.US)$ and $NVIDIA(NVDA.US)$ doing extremely well. $Apple(AAPL.US)$ will also be my cash rich stock and it didn't dispointed either towards the end of 2021. My average price was 130 USD from the free stock I get from moomoo and extra positions. 2021 also saw the theme of metaverse which is highly anticipated after $Meta Platforms(FB.US)$ decided to focus their business on this new trend. other stock that will benefited from this trend includes $Unity Software(U.US)$$Roblox(RBLX.US)$ and more.

          ROKU, COIN and BABA, Value Traps? Or Solid Stocks to get on Sale Right now?

          $Roku Inc(ROKU.US)$$Coinbase(COIN.US)$$Alibaba(BABA.US)$ Yes, I know about the only thing all of these stocks have in common is that they've been heavily corrected, seeing some rough times. COIN down about 22% from IPO, ROKU down about 37% on the year and more then 50% from it's all time highs, and BABA down about 55% from Last Year. Whilst not much in common buisness wise, I simply wanted to rope all these together to ask the question which of these if any are good buys being so heavily corrected from their ATH? I feel all of them are pretty controversial stocks so I wanted to hear everyones Bear and Bull cases on the Stocks themselves.