Saturday, July 1, 2017

Portfolio Update June 2017

This month, the equity market was quite boring with its side way movement. It went up and down like a little yo-yo. A 1.3% surge in STI on 29 June was followed by a 1% drop the next day. As a whole, STI went up 7 points for the whole month and ended at 3,226.48 on 30 June, not so bad actually.

My portfolio did a little better. It value increased only 0.82% for the month, out performed the index by 0.6%.

I sold more then half of my KSH shares when its price went beyond 0.93 and cash in a handsome profit. I also participated in scrip dividend scheme in QAF, FCOT and Keppel Reit. In total there was a net cash outflow from the portfolio this month.

Total dividend received this month amounted to S$15,436, half from shares and the other half from UT and bond.

Below are my top 30 holdings as at 30 June 2017.


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


10 comments:

GSM said...

Hi sanye,
What do you think of comfortdelgro now?

Anonymous said...

Hi Sanye

Thank you for your blog. I am learning and benefiting from it.

SPH is your top holding. Its share price has been falling. What is your thoughts of its prospects please?

Thank you.

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Sanye ◎ 三页 said...

I must apologize for not answering the readers'questions all this while. I have "changed job" this month as I stepped into semi-retirement. Ironically I became even busier after the switch as I now spent more time engaging my hobbies. On the other hand, my new office has a lot of restriction on the IT network and I am not able to access this blog during office hours.

I have been asked by many readers on Comfortdelgro and SPH, as these two are my top holdings and their price seem tumbling. Frankly I think these two companies are hit by the destructive technologies - online media and private hire cars. For Comfortdelgro its bus business is still doing fine and the company number is still fine. I don't think I will cut my holding on it.

SPH's printed news paper business is facing an uphill task. More and more people are turning to online media for information. They have started diversifying their business but it will take some time for it the turn around. I am taking a "wait and see" stance on this counter, as I think that given time, the management will be able to turn it around.

The above is just my own opinion. It may be right or wrong.

Anonymous said...

what is your criteria for selling share?

Jason

Sanye ◎ 三页 said...

Hi Jason,

By now my readers should know that I am a buy and hold person and hardly sell my shares. Honestly I don't have a set criteria to sell, unlike the traders. In the past, I sold my shares when:

1. the price has shot up too much that I think it becomes over valued.
2. The environment has changed and I "don't" like the business model anymore.
3. The initially bought dividend stock stop to issue dividend.
4. I realized it was a mistake to buy the stock.

Anonymous said...

Can share with us why you choose to buy and hold on to OUE

Jason

Sanye ◎ 三页 said...

Hi Jason,

I my humble opinion, OUE's many properties are "undervalued" and hence the company. Though their dividend payout is not high, I decided to keep it in my portfolio.

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