Sunday, June 4, 2017

Portfolio Update 26 May 2017

I was in China last week to participate in an event. There was no access to gmail, facebook so I was not able to complete the update there. The May account has to be closed on 26/5, and the update can only be published today.

It is the month May again, but this proved to be a different May for the index. STI ended higher this month ( or at least till today higher compared to last month), despite negative predictions from some analyst that the market needed a correction. As at today, STI closed at 3,219.42, up 1.39% from last month-end.

Unfortunate for me, my portfolio did not do as well as the index. It's value dropped 0.55% from end of April.

I was very busy with my work in May and had very little time to monitor my investment portfolio. I did not do any trade in May at all, but received some shares from Fraser Commercial Trust and Keppel Reit.

May is the "Dividend Month" for investors. My total "passive income" this month amounts to S$25,175. This comes from shares, UT and bonds.

Below are my top 30 holdings as at 26/5/2017.

1.       SPH
2.       DBS
3.       OCBC Bank
4.       ComfortDelGro
5.       Ausnet Services
6.       Metro
7.       ST Engineering
8.       Kep Inf Tr fKa CIT
9.       Frasers Comm Tr
10.   KSH
11.   Sembcorp Ind
12.   CapitaComm Tr
13.   SGX
14.   AIMSAMP Cap Reit
15.   SATS
16.   CapitaLand
17.   Tai Sin Electric
18.   Lippo Malls Tr
19.   Keppel Corp
20.   Starhub
21.   Global Inv
22.   Sing Inv & Fin
23.   OUE
24.   United Engineers
25.   Ascendas Reit
26.   Nam Lee Metal
27.   Nikko AM STI ETF 100
28.   Cache Log Trust
29.   YZJ Shipbldg SGD
30.   Mapletree Log Tr

8 comments:

K said...

Hi Sanye,

You still have full confidence in SPH? Ever considering lightening on it by a bit?

That's the question I am asking myself too and would like your hear your view.

:)

Sanye ◎ 三页 said...

Hi K,

At the moment I am not unloading SPH. This is just my opinion and not necessarily correct. Go ahead to do whatever you think is best for you. Good luck.

King Yoland said...

hi Sanye
do you think that comfortdelgro price is rather attractive now, at $2.40? will you consider adding more?

Sanye ◎ 三页 said...

Hi Paul,

Wah, both of us a bit of "心有灵犀“! I was thinking of Comfortdelgro just this morning and I read your comment.

Comfortdelgro price has come down from around $3 and it does look attractive at the current level. I just have a little concern if it can fend off the disruption from Uber and Grab in its taxi business. At the moment ComfortDelgro is already one of my top holding, I won't be adding too much on it.

Chlorophyll Inc said...

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Anonymous said...

Hi Sanye,
Can share with us why do you choose to buy and keep Ausnet?

Regards,
Jason

Sanye ◎ 三页 said...

Hi Jason,

I worked in a company that was affiliated to SP Group. Years ago SP was a major shareholder of Ausnet and the staff were given option to buy Ausnet shares. I did not take up the option as I felt The offered price was too high (S$1.50). During the GFC in 2008-2009 Ausnet's price plunged to $0.8X and I found that the dividend yield became very attractive. That when I started investing in Ausnet. Since then it has been in my portfolio.

Ausnet is in a regulated business in Australia and its dividend yield has been quite stable. Its price has climb above its IPO price and the yield compressed to about 4%. To me its still a good dividend stock to keep.

Sanye ◎ 三页 said...

Hi Chlorophyll Inc,

You have an excellent blog and course there, but I don't think I am qualified to be an instructor of affiliate blogger.

Thanks for the invitation though.