Tuesday, February 4, 2014

30 January 2014


January 2014 has not been a good month for the equity market. Weak data from China affected the share market performance. US Fed’s announcement to further trim USD10 Billion in bond buying towards the end of the month sent worldwide stock market in to down fall.

Singapore market performed badly this month. STI dropped 145.52 points (4.59%) to end at 3,021.91 at the end of the month. My portfolio dropped with STI. Its value decreased by 3.25% for the month. Judging by the trend and news received, February, at least the first half of it, may not be good for equity too.
I did only one trade in this month. I bought some KepReit shares. I did Q for AimsampIReit when its price drop below 1.40 but did not get it. I received S$2,840 in cash dividend from shares and UT this month.

Below are the top 30 holdings as at 30 January. There is no change compared to last month.

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

4 comments:

Mansred Koh said...

Hi, How much did you bought SIA?

Sanye ◎ 三页 said...

Hi Mansred Koh,

Average cost S$15. I bought SIA in 2009.

Gerald said...

SIA is now trading at $10.20. Your paper losses quite huge for this counter. But nevertheless, I am still confident in SIA even though I am not vested.

Keep going.

Regards,
SG Wealth Builder (www.sgwealthbuilder.com)

Sanye ◎ 三页 said...

Hi Gerald,

Yes, the paper loss looks scary on the first sight, but if you take into account the dividend bonus SATS shares received, it is not too bad.

Anyway there may be gain or loss in individual counter, but important to me is the gain and regular income from the entire portfolio.

Cheers!