Monday, October 3, 2011

30 September 2011

September has been a bad month for equity investors. STI dropped 7.28% in this month and ended at 2,675. Main reason was the European dept crisis, resulting in fear of a recession. My portfolio value dropped 7.2% (net, excluded the fund injected), so in line with STI.

I did not do much buying except the buying of some Capitacomm Trust from open market. I also participated in Citysprings' right issue. Going forwards, I intend to seek out value stocks with good dividend payout. As the market is expected to continue its volatility, purchases will be in 'nipping' form.

This month I collected S$6,223 in dividend.

Below are the top 30 holding. Their relative positions do not change very much. Citysprings and Capitacomm advanced their position due to new purchases. Shipping counters did badly. Cosco dropped to the bottom and Pacific Health Care replaced Yangzijiang.

3 ComfortDelGro
5 F & N
6 SP AusNet
7 Semb Corp
8 ST Engineering
9 Starhub
10 SGX
11 CitySpring
12 MetroHldg
13 SIA
14 FraserComm
15 CapitaComm
16 Kep Corp
17 DBS STI ETF 100
18 SembMar
20 MapletreeLog
21 MacqIntInfra
22 CapitaLand
23 FrasersCT
24 Noble Group
25 KS Energy
26 SingTel
28 AscottReit
29 CoscoCorp
30 Pacific HC

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