|No.||Stock||Units||Average Price||% of Portfolio|
|1||Nikko AM STI ETF100||1274||3.261||8.51%|
|3||SIA Engineering Company Limited||1000||4.671||8.29%|
|4||Sembcorp Industries Ltd||1000||5.051||8.14%|
|5||Singapore Press Holdings Limited||1000||4.001||7.91%|
|6||Frasers Centrepoint Trust||2000||1.806||7.71%|
|8||Sheng Siong Group Ltd||5000||0.594||6.91%|
|9||Cache Logistics Trust||3000||1.167||6.74%|
|10||ABF SG BOND ETF||3000||1.137||6.65%|
|11||ST Engineering Ltd.||1000||3.781||6.62%|
|15||SPDR STI EFT||200||3.413||1.32%|
|2015 Performance (Singapore Dollars)|
|Total dividends collected (Current year)||$131.40|
|Total dividends collected to date (Nov 2013 – Now)||$2,011.46|
|Total Invested Capital||$51,180.85|
|Projected Annual Yield||$1,896.22|
|Average Monthly Dividends||$10.95|
|Unrealised Gains / Loss||$925.67|
Switching from Nikko AM STI ETF to SPDR STI ETF
Ever since SGX reduced the board lot size to 100, I decided to switch my purchase of STI from Nikko AM STI ETF100 (SGX:G3B) to SPDR STI ETF (SGX:ES3). Previously, STI ETF was only offered in lot size of 1000 so I can’t dollar cost average (DCA) it effectively. With lot size of 100, I can DCA it in a more affordable manner on a monthly basis.
|Fund||Expense Ratio (annual)||Annual Fee per $1000|
|Nikko AM STI ETF100||0.39%||$3.90|
|SPDR STI ETF||0.30%||$3.00|
If you are wondering why did I switch from Nikko AM STI ETF to SPDR STI ETF. I did the switch because SPDR STI ETF has got lower expense ratio. Expense ratio is the annual fee you pay to the fund manager. If the ETF states that its expense ratio is 0.39%, it means that the fund will cost you $3.90 in annual fees for every $1000 you invest.
To be fair, I did not compare the performance or how closely it tracks the STI components.
Managed to get some S$39.90 dividend from SPH REIT (SGX:SK6U). Hope to collect more this year!