December 2013 Stock Portfolio Update

Stock Portfolio Allocation
No. Stock Units Average Price % of Portfolio
1 Singapore Press Holdings Limited 1000 4.001 11.81%
2 ST Engineering Ltd. 1000 3.781 11.4%
3 Singapore Telecommunications Limited 1000 3.851 10.48%
4 Frasers Centrepoint Trust 2000 1.806 10.24%
5 ABF SG BOND ETF 3000 1.137 9.79%
6 Cache Logistics Trust 3000 1.167 9.68%
7 M1 Ltd 1000 3.331 9.46%
8 Sheng Siong Group Ltd 5000 0.594 8.9%
9 SPH REIT 3000 0.901 8.55%
10 Sabana REIT 2000 1.085 6.22%
11 Nikko AM STI ETF100 374 3.198 3.46%

 

2013 Performance (Singapore Dollars)
Total dividends collected $140.56
Total Invested Capital $34,526.68
Projected Annual Yield 4.41%
Average Monthly Dividends $11.7130
Unrealised Gains / Loss $29.12

 

There are quite a fair bit of price fluctuations in recent weeks. The prices of a few stocks have dipped close to their 250 MA support or 52 weeks low. This is probably due to the the news on Fed Tapering.

Managed to pick up some counters that I’ve been eyeing:

  1. Frasers Centrepoint Trust (SGX:J69U)
  2. Sheng Siong Group Ltd (SGX:OV8)
  3. Singapore Press Holdings Limited (SGX:T39)
  4. ST Engineering Ltd (SGX:S63)

 

Frasers Centrepoint Trust

Frasers Centrepoint Trust or FCT is a Singapore retail  Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). Currently, there are five malls managed under the trust – Causeway Point, Northpoint, Bedok Point, YewTee Point and Anchorpoint. It appears that the management is intending to inject Changi City Point mall into the trust.

The last DPU (distribution per unit) or dividend was $0.114 per unit. At the price of $1.80, the annual dividend yield is 6.33%!

 

Sheng Siong Group Ltd

Sheng Siong Group Ltd is the parent company of Sheng Siong Supermarket Pte Ltd, commonly known as Sheng Siong, is the third largest chain of supermarkets in Singapore. Sheng Siong has been acquiring properties in Singapore to expand its supermarket counts.

I bought Sheng Siong because Sheng Siong Supermarket is a place where people will shop no matter times are good or bad due to its competitive prices. Furthermore, most of its supermarkets are located in heartlands with access to MRT and good human traffic.

The last DPU (distribution per unit) or dividend was $0.030 per unit. At the price of $0.59, the annual dividend yield is 5.00%!

 

What is next?

My next purchase? Probably ABF SG Bond ETF (SGX:A35) to balance my allocations or World Index Funds to diversify the investment.

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