|No.||Stock||Units||Average Price||% of Portfolio|
|1||Nikko AM STI ETF100||1274||3.261||8.47%|
|2||Sembcorp Industries Ltd||1000||5.051||8.2%|
|4||Singapore Press Holdings Limited||1000||4.001||7.93%|
|5||Frasers Centrepoint Trust||2000||1.806||7.8%|
|6||SIA Engineering Company Limited||1000||4.671||7.65%|
|7||Sheng Siong Group Ltd||5000||0.594||7.31%|
|9||ABF SG BOND ETF||3200||1.137||6.97%|
|10||Cache Logistics Trust||3000||1.167||6.62%|
|11||ST Engineering Ltd.||1000||3.781||6.58%|
|15||SPDR STI EFT||300||3.398||1.96%|
|2015 Performance (Singapore Dollars)|
|Total dividends collected (Current year)||$286.38|
|Total dividends collected to date (Nov 2013 – Now)||$2,166.44|
|Total Invested Capital||$51,746.17|
|Projected Annual Yield||$1,900.82|
|Average Monthly Dividends||$23.86|
|Unrealised Gains / Loss||$571.35|
Nothing exciting this month. Been busy with family and work. Missed out on a few opportunities like CapitaMall Trust (SGX:C38U), Parkway Life (SGX:C2PU), etc. By the time I realised, the boat have left. Ended up picking up STI ETF.
Lately been queuing for counters from other stock exchanges. Hope I get them!
Lastly, time to rebalance my portfolio. If you realised, I have got a fair bit of bad counters and I been thinking whether to prune them or just continue to get my dividends and hope that it comes back into the green? I guess if I am not hard up for cash, I should just leave them there and cross my fingers that they will not get delisted?