Thursday, November 1, 2012

31 October 20

At the beginning of October, someone speculated if there would bea big plunge of share prices in this month, as there had been similar incidents in October in the history. Fortunately, nothing serious happened. This October was a quite month for equity market. Investors may be waiting for the result of US presidential election. Daily price movement of stock prices has been slow. At the end of the month, STI dropped 22 points (0.72) to end at 3038.37.

My portfolio did slightly better. Its value rose 0.25% in the month. I didn't buy any stock as I was busy with my work (perhaps also waiting at the sideline). I subscribed to the right issues of Raffles Education and Sing Investment). I did not participate in the IPOs this month. I received a total of S$3,715 dividend income.

Going forward, I will continue to build up my cash portion and look for good investment opportunities. Waiting may be the game plan at this moment.

Below are the top 30 holding as at 31 October 2012. Not much movement in there, except at thebottom of the table. Yangzijiang dropped off due to price drop, Sing Inv price dropped after XR. This two were replaced by Transpac and Cambridge.

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


CreateWealth8888 said...

Do you track your portfolio yield on yearly basis?

What is the yield for such a diversified portfolio which may be more stable on annualized basis?

Sanye ◎ 三页 said...

Hi CreateWealth8888,

Sorry for the late reply. I was on business trip.

I do track the portfolio yield on yearly basis. I track the yield against my buying price as well as the price on last trading day from last year. This tracking may not be very accurate but its just for my own monitoring.

Peter Thompson said...

Interesting list. My only question is whether its' possible to keep track of the performance of so many companies? Peter
farmland investments

Sanye ◎ 三页 said...
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Sanye ◎ 三页 said...

Hi Peter,

Thanks for the comment. to be honest, I don't really monitor the performance of each counter closely.