Thursday, October 9, 2014

DW October 2014 Singapore Dividend Portfolio Update


No.
Stock
Lots
% of Portfolio
1
AIMS AMP REIT
30
16.5%
2
Starhub
10
11.1%
3
Singtel
7
9.4%
4
SPH
5
8.4%
5
Frasers Centrepoint Trust
10
7.6%
6
M1
7
7.5%
7
SATS
4
5.6%
8
Capitamall Trust
7
5.2%
9
CACHE Logistics Trust
10
4.9%
10
Mapletree Logistics Trust
10
4.7%
11
PLife REIT
4
3.6%
12
Suntec REIT
6
3.4%
13
First REIT
10
3.3%
14
Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust
7
2.6%
15
SembCorp Industries
1
2.1%
16
ST Engineering
1
1.6%
17
Mapletree Industrial Trust
2
1.2%
18
Sheng Siong
5
1.1%
19
Neratel
3
0.72%

Total dividends collected (2014)
S$11,233.20
Total Invested Capital
S$231,000
Projected Annual Yield (2014)
6%
 
Average Monthly Dividends (2014)
S$936
Available funds for investment
 
S$7,000
Unrealized Paper Gain (S$)
 
S$50,892
 



For the month of October, I did not receive any dividends or cash distributions. October is usually a lean month for me. On the bright side, the market correction that I have been waiting for is finally here!

The world is being chaotic as usual. The Ebola virus, ISIS beheading westerners, Ukraine crisis and the latest Hong Kong 'umbrella' demonstrations. I took advantage of a recent dip in the market to add Sheng Siong and SembCorp Industries to my portfolio. These two companies have a strong cash position. Even though they do not offer high dividend yields, it is fine for me. I am already enjoying high dividend yields from my REITs and Telcos. Therefore, Sheng Siong and SembCorp Industries serve to strengthen the 'foundations' of my portfolio. No matter what happens to the world, people still need to buy groceries and use electricity. Rubbish still needs to be cleared (especially in a reputed 'Garden City' like Singapore). Waste water still needs to be filtered. These are the basic necessities of daily life, at least in Singapore.



Strengthening Foundations
Dividend Warrior

Thursday, September 11, 2014

DW September 2014 Singapore Dividend Portfolio Update


No.
Stock
Lots
% of Portfolio
1
AIMS AMP REIT
30
16.63%
2
Starhub
10
11.30%
3
Singtel
7
9.57%
4
SPH
5
8.60%
5
Frasers Centrepoint Trust
10
7.79%
6
M1
7
7.74%
7
SATS
4
5.72%
8
Capitamall Trust
7
5.42%
9
CACHE Logistics Trust
10
5.11%
10
Mapletree Logistics Trust
10
4.86%
11
PLife REIT
4
3.65%
12
Suntec REIT
6
3.46%
13
First REIT
10
3.37%
14
Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust
7
2.81%
15
ST Engineering
1
1.76%
16
Mapletree Industrial Trust
2
1.34%
17
Neratel
3
0.89%

Total dividends collected (2014)
S$11,233.20
Total Invested Capital
S$222,560
Projected Annual Yield (2014)
6%
 
Average Monthly Dividends (2014)
S$936
Available funds for investment
 
S$15,000
Unrealized Paper Gain (S$)
 
S$55,000
 
 

For the month of September, I will be receiving a total of S$971.20 in dividends/ distributions from AIMS AMP, ST Engineering, PLife REIT and Mapletree Industrial Trust.
  1. AIMS AMP: S$765
  2. ST Engineering: S$40
  3. PLife REIT: S$116
  4. Mapletree Industrial Trust: S$50.20
A reader has asked me about which bank I would likely accumulate next year once SGX reduces the lot size. My preferred strategy would be to accumulate all three major banks in Singapore - DBS, UOB and OCBC. This is the same strategy I employ on the three local telcos - Singtel, Starhub and M1. Every time you pay handphone bill or credit card bill, remember, a microscopic fraction of your money eventually comes to DW. Ha! :P

On a more serious note, I have also decided to reveal my full watch list. Many readers requested for this. Please do not ask me for target prices. My motto is "buy on dips".
  • DBS
  • UOB
  • OCBC
  • SembCorp
  • VICOM
  • Keppel T&T
  • Raffles Medical Group
  • SilverLake Axis
  • Super
  • Sheng Siong
  • Mapletree Logistics Trust
  • Ascendas Industrial
  • Capita Commercial Trust
  • Starhill Global
A piece of good news. AIMS AMP REIT has achieved TOP for the final phase of development at 20 Gul Way.


Wishing for a market correction,
Dividend Warrior

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