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Monday, August 16, 2021

Hospitality Trusts Comparison @ 16 August 2021

I would use the color scale conditional formating for coming comparison posts instead of only highlighting the best value as previous. It is easier now to identify the best and worst values for a particular criterion. For the reversion to mean section, the comparison would include 1 year and 3 years data as well. Now, let's see how the 5 hospitality trusts fare against each other based on the latest result:

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

REIT with the most green cells:
1) Basic Profile & Key Statistics - FEHT
2) Related Parties Shareholding - CDLHT
3) Lease Profile - ARAHT, FEHT & FHT
4) Debt Profile - CDLHT
5) Diversification - ART 
6) Key Financial Metrics - CDLHT & FEHT
7) Growth Trend - ART
8) Overall - ART, followed by FEHT and then CDLHT

Reversion to Mean

REIT with the most green cells:
1) 52 Weeks - CDLHT & FEHT
2) Dividend Yield - ART
3) P/NAV - ART & FHT
4) Overall - ART, followed by FEHT and then tie between CDLHT and FHT

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