Saturday, October 30, 2010

29 October 2010

STI gained further ground in the month of October, even touched briefly the 3200 height. It finally closed at 3142.62. Compared with Septermber End, it rose 44.99 points, or by 1.45%. My portfolio value grew slightly better than STI. It rose by 1.68%, net of the funds injetted and dividend received.

I invested S$16,500 this month, which I used to buy K-Green, participated in the IPO of MIT and GLP, right issue and preferential offering of AscottReit, Mapletree Logistics Trust,AmpSampIReit, and Script Dividend Scheme of DBS.

I received S$900 in cash dividend and S$180 in SRS.

The top 30 holdings have little change, besides some position swopping. The only new comer is AscottReit. It replaces SingTel due to new buy in. Below are the top 30 holdings:

1.   SPH
2.   OCBC Bk
3.   Semb Corp
4.   ComfortDelGro
5.   DBS
6.   ST Engineering
7.   F & N
8.   SP AusNet
9.   SIA
10. Starhub
11. SGX
12. CitySpring
13. CapitaLand
14. SembMar
15. CoscoCorp
16. FraserComm
17. Kep Corp
18. SATS
19. DBS STI ETF 100
20. MetroHldg
21. Yangzijiang
22. Noble Group
23. CapitaComm
24. MacqIntInfra
25. MapletreeLog
26. AscottReit
27. FrasersCT
28. KS Energy
29. SuntecReit
30. UE

Comparing the top 30 holdings in October and the one in January, one can see that my portfolio is moving towards more defensive and dividend play, which is the direction I set for the year. Going forwards, I shall continue in this direction, as I have achieve the objective set for portfolio value for the year, and see a good chance in achieving the target set for dividend income.

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