Wednesday, September 30, 2009

30 September 2009

This month, stock market continues to be volatile. However, market sentiment seems to confirm that world economy is on route to recovery., though indicators are still mix. At the end of the month, STI stood at 2,672.57, rising 29.77 from last month.

My portfolio value rose by S$28,800 as compared to last month. I sold my Wilmar shares @S$6.62. I received 730 Satsvcs shares from SIA Ltd as part of their script dividend scheme. I went to the market to buy 270 Satsvcs shares to make it a lot. I bought 20,000 CitySprings shares through right issues and got some Raffles Education shares through script dividend scheme. All in all, there is a negative cash injection of S$2,887.

I received S$3,133 of dividend in cash. Below are the top 30 holdings as at 30 Sep.

1. ComfortDelGro
2. DBS
3. OCBC Bk
4. SPH
5. Semb Corp
6. ST Engineering
7. SP AusNet
8. F & N
9. CitySpring
10. Starhub
11. FraserComm
12. SembMar
13. SAT Svcs
14. CoscoCorp
15. SIA
16. TiongWoon
17. SingTel
18. CapitaComm
19. Aztech
20. MapletreeLog
21. FrasersCT
22. Sp Ship
23. SSH Corp
24. MetroHldg
25. Tat Hong
26. ASL Marine
27. Raffles Edu
28. KS Energy
30. Pac Andes

The top 10 holdings are almost the same as last month, except that Citysprings replaced FraserComm. The change is due to right issues. DBS and OCBC swopped positions. Wilmar dropped off the list since I sold the shares. HG Metal also dropped off the list due to price drop.

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