Sunday, December 7, 2014

% of Each Counter in my Portfolio

A reader asked me about the % of the top 30 counters in my portfolio. I compile a table to show the information. This is based on the month end closing of November.

S/No Counter % of Portfolio
1 SPH 5.597%
2 ComfortDelGro 5.088%
3 OCBC Bank 4.522%
4 DBS 4.407%
5 Ausnet Services 3.356%
6 Sembcorp Ind 2.981%
7 Starhub 2.701%
8 ST Engineering 2.638%
9 Frasers Comm Tr 2.615%
10 Metro 2.540%
11 SGX 2.388%
12 CapitaLand 2.166%
13 CitySpring Trust 2.149%
14 United Engineers 2.146%
15 OUE 1.996%
16 CapitaComm Tr 1.979%
17 AIMSAMP Cap Reit 1.925%
18 Nikko AM STI ETF 100 1.800%
19 YZJ Shipbldg SGD 1.598%
20 Mapletree Log Tr 1.549%
21 Ascendas Reit 1.526%
22 Lippo Malls Tr 1.448%
23 Sing Inv & Fin 1.442%
24 Sembcorp Marine 1.429%
25 Global Inv 1.419%
26 SingTel 1.412%
27 SIA 1.406%
28 SATS 1.338%
29 Keppel Corp 1.292%
30 Sabana Reit 1.259%

28 November 2014

The November Update of my portfolio is one week late, as I was on a business trip in Europe last week.

The global equity market was quite positive, led by US market. The weak performance in China economy, falling oil price, weak European performance failed to dampen the market. Singapore market follow the US trend. STI rose 2.33% to 3,350.50 on 28 Nov, impressive performance indeed. However my portfolio value rose on 0.3% for the month. This was mainly due to poor performance of Keppel, SembCorp Ind. and SembCorp Marine - yes, the oil related companies. The price plunge by Pac Andes contributed to this too.

I bought some GK Goh and OUE shares this month. I also received shares from First Reit, MapletreeLog Tr and FraserComm Tr via Scrip Dividend Scheme. Total amount invested this month was about S$20,000. There was no Sell transaction.

Total passive income received in the month amounts to S$9,358, from shares and UT.

Below are my top 30 holdings as at 28 November 2014:


1.   SPH
2.   ComfortDelGro
3.   OCBC Bank
4.   DBS
5.   Ausnet Services
6.   Sembcorp Ind
7.   Starhub
8.   ST Engineering
9.   Frasers Comm Tr
10. Metro
11. SGX
12. CapitaLand
13. CitySpring Trust
14. United Engineers
15. OUE
16. CapitaComm Tr
17. AIMSAMP Cap Reit
18. Nikko AM STI ETF 100
19. YZJ Shipbldg SGD
20. Mapletree Log Tr
21. Ascendas Reit
22. Lippo Malls Tr
23. Sing Inv & Fin
24. Sembcorp Marine
25. Global Inv
26. SingTel
27. SIA
28. SATS
29. Keppel Corp
30. Sabana Reit

 

Friday, October 31, 2014

31 October 2014

The equity market experienced some turbulence in the first half of the month. This was due to several bad news: Weak economics data from Europe and China, conflict in ME with Isis, Ebola scares, protest in Hong Kong... etc. By the middle of the month STI dropped more than 100 points.

Indices recovered, however, in the 2nd half of the month. STI closed today at 3274.25, recovering almost all losses from the first half. My portfolio did slightly better. It's value rose 0.33% for the month.

I took advantage of the price drop and bought into OUE, Stamford Land, Amara, Transpac, Midas and Metro this month. I also received some OCBC shares through Scrip Div Scheme. Total dividend received was S$6,587 from shares and UT.

Below are the top 30 holdings as at 31 October. OUE is a new member in my portfolio. It replaces Pan United.

1.   SPH
2.   ComfortDelGro
3.   OCBC Bank
4.   DBS
5.   Ausnet Services
6.   Sembcorp Ind
7.   ST Engineering
8.   Starhub
9.   Metro
10. Frasers Comm Tr
11. SGX
12. CapitaLand
13. United Engineers
14. CitySpring Trust
15. AIMSAMP Cap Reit
16. CapitaComm Tr
17. Nikko AM STI ETF 100
18. Sembcorp Marine
19. Mapletree Log Tr
20. YZJ Shipbldg SGD
21. Ascendas Reit
22. Lippo Malls Tr
23. Sing Inv & Fin
24. SATS
25. Global Inv
26. OUE
27. SingTel
28. Keppel Corp
29. Sabana Reit
30. SIA