Wednesday, October 1, 2008

30 September 2008

The month of September looked bad for my portfolio. The global equity crisis looked as if there is no end to it. Big banks collapse, AIG almost went bankrupt, US Congress voted against the bailout plan.... I am only glad that September is finally over.

My portfolio took a bitting in this month. Portfolio value dropped by S$63,000(!), depite fresh cash injection of S$26,000. (that means total loss S$90,000).

I added Pac Andes and Tiong Woon to my portfolio this month, topped up Sembcorp, Ausnet, Fibrechem, Courage marine, and B&B, all dropped to their new lows. I also received S$2,844 in cash dividend.

Below are the top 30 holding as at 30 September:

1. ComfortDelGro
2. SPH
3. OCBC Bk
4. ST Engineering
5. Semb Corp
6. SP AusNet
7. CoscoCorp
8. S I A
9. Raffles Edu
10. SingTel
11. HG Metal
12. SPC
13. FrasersCT
14. Celestial
15. CapitaComm
16. FibreChem
17. Sing Food
18. MetroHldg
19. F & N
20. MacqIntInfra
21. CitySpring
22. Food Junc
23. Cambridge
24. Hiap Moh
25. Aztech
26. CourageMa
27. SpRe
28. Int-Roller
29. Babcock&Brown
30. Sp Ship

The big reshuffle of the top 30 holdings reflects the volatility of the market. Of course it is also partly due to new top up of some counters.

Look forward to a better Q42008.

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