July 2015 Stock Portfolio Update

Stock Portfolio Allocation
No. Stock Units Average Price % of Portfolio
1 Sembcorp Industries Ltd 1500 4.675 10.13%
2 Sheng Siong Group Ltd 5000 0.594 7.61%
3 Nikko AM STI ETF100 1274 3.261 7.56%
4 Singapore Press Holdings Limited 1000 4.001 7.36%
5 Frasers Centrepoint Trust 2000 1.806 7.17%
6 StarHub Ltd. 1000 4.101 6.84%
7 ABF SG BOND ETF 3400 1.138 6.79%
8 SIA Engineering Company Limited 1000 4.671 6.75%
9 Sats Ltd 1000 3.041 6.4%
10 Cache Logistics Trust 3000 1.167 6%
11 ST Engineering Ltd. 1000 3.781 5.9%
12 M1 Ltd 1000 3.331 5.67%
13 SPH REIT 3000 0.901 5.4%
14 Parkway Life REIT 1000 2.34 4.16%
15 Sabana REIT 2000 1.085 3.01%
16 SPDR STI EFT 500 3.372 2.92%
17 Vanguard FTSE All-World ETF 4 98.651 0.17%
18 iShares Core MSCI World UCITS ETF 1 59.768 0.1%


2015 Performance (Singapore Dollars)
Total dividends collected (Current year) $1,071.62
Total dividends collected to date (Nov 2013 – Now) $2,951.68
Total Invested Capital $57,397.29
Projected Annual Yield $2,022.26
Average Monthly Dividends $89.30
Unrealised Gains / Loss $369.62

Topped up/Added the following to my portfolio this month:

  1. SPDR STI ETF (SGX:ES3) at $3.30
  2. Vanguard FTSE All-World ETF (VWRD) at US$70.70
  3. iShares Core MSCI World UCITS ETF (IWDA) at US$43.40

Decided to add iShares Core MSCI World UCITS ETF (IWDA) to my portfolio instead of Vanguard FTSE All-World ETF (VWRD) from now on as iShares Core MSCI World UCITS ETF (IWDA) reinvests the dividends. To think of it, with the minute amount of IWDA I have, the dividends reinvesting probably won’t work. Well, probably it would be possible in the future?

Dividends!

Received $61.40 from Nikko AM (SGX:G3B) for July 2015. 🙂

 

The Singapore Permanent Portfolio

I was having a bad toothache from a cracked molar and had to visit the dentist on Monday. Took a little break from work and read “The Singapore Permanent Portfolio” by Alvin Chow. Wrote a short Book Review of The Singapore Permanent Portfolio to capture some gist of it and my personal thoughts.

My thoughts? Well, it is more about my portfolio. I started out with the intention to build such a (permanent) portfolio but I guess I was attracted by those dividends dishing stocks and I veered from the path. I guess it is time to accumulate my bonds component.

 

 

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