Sunday, September 30, 2012

28 September 2012

September was another "quiet" month for global equity market. The good news QE3 was quickly neutralised by the renewed worries in Eurozone, slowing Chinese growth and the tension in East China Sea.

Locally, market attention was drawn to the F&N saga. Otherwise market has also been relatively calm. STI rose 34.88 (1.15%) in the month, in relatively small ups and downs.

My portfolio did better than the market, rose 3.68% in the month, thanks to F&N, property stocks and Reits. I received some shares from AimsampIReit and Cambridge through script dividend scheme. I also bought some Sing Inv shares. I have received the offer letter for my F&N shares, but I will not accept the offer this time, since market talk says that the offer is under valued.

I received about $5,000 in dividend, including those from fix-income funds. The dividend has been re-invested.

Below are the top 30 holdings in my portfolio. F&N advanced 2 positions for known reason, SingTel dropped off the list due to price drop caused by Temasek annoucement to sell shares.

1.   SPH
2.   Semb Corp
3.   F & N
4.   OCBC Bk
5.   ComfortDelGro
6.   DBS
7.   SP AusNet
8.   ST Engineering
9.   Starhub
10. SGX
11. FraserComm
12. MetroHldg
13. CapitaComm
14. CitySpring
15. Nikko AM STI ETF 100
16. Kep Corp
17. SembMar
18. Ascendasreit
19. SIA
20. MapletreeLog
21. CapitaLand
22. SATS
23. FrasersCT
25. Sabana Reit
26. MacqIntInfra
27. Sing Inv
28. AscottReit
29. Yangzijiang
30. GlobalInv

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