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Sunday, May 30, 2021

Logistics REITs Comparison @ 30 May 2021

Below is the comparison for 3 pure Logistics REITs. Let's see how ARA LOGOS Logistics Trust, EC World REIT and Mapletree Industrial Trust fare against each other based on the latest result:

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Fundamental


* Growth Trend for DPU is not adjusted for any equity fundraising.

Below is the summary for REIT with more favorable points:
1) Basic Profile & Key Statistics - Tie
2) Related Parties Shareholding - ECW
3) Lease Profile - MLT
4) Debt Profile - MLT
5) Diversification - MLT
6) Key Financial Metrics - ALOG & ECW
7) Growth Trend - MLT
8) Overall - MLT, followed by a tie between ECW and ALOG

Reversion to Mean

At the current price level, MLT is more favorable in terms of reversion to mean valuation.

Above is just a quick comparison, you could refer to more detail on the individual review below:

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    1. Hi, I would not as both are different sector. But you could get MIT information from the industrial comparison post.

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