|No.||Stock||Lots||Dividends Collected||Average Price||% of Dividends Portfolio||Cost|
|9||CACHE Logistics Trust||3||$131.14||$0.950||3.50%||$2,850.00|
|10||CitySpring Infrastructure Trust||3||$94.50||$0.61||2.24%||$1,830.00|
|12||First Ship Lease||10||$182.85||$0.455||5.58%||$4,550.00|
|13||Parkway Life REIT||1||$23.80||$1.620||1.99%||$1,620.00|
|Total dividend collected (since Jan 2010)||$2,591|
|Total Invested Capital||$81,532|
|Dividends over Capital (%)||3.18%|
*Note: Blue-coloured stocks are blue chips on the Singapore Straits Times Index
In February 2011, I collected dividends from SingPost, CapitalMall Trust, Suntec REIT, First Ship Lease, Parkway Life REIT and First REIT. This will bring the total amount of dividends collected to $2591 since Jan 2010.
During the recent market correction, I took the opportunity to load up more on SingPost, Singtel, First REIT and Neratel. As a result, my invested capital has ballooned to $81, 532. I am also heartened by the strength of my portfolio in these times of uncertainty. My portfolio is still in the black despite weeks of price fluctuations in the STI. It all boils down to the high percentage of blue chips in my portfolio. Blue chips make up about 58% of my dividends portfolio.
When there is a minor market correction, it is always good to ride out the storm while collecting dividends. ^^
Finally, I decided to include Epicentre in my dividends portfolio because the company has been doing increasingly well over the past 2 years as it rides on the phenomenal Apple craze. It acts as my growth stock too.^^ I used to have a few lots but I took profit too soon. Now, I am only left with 1 lot. Sighzzzz. A lesson learnt. Never mind, I can always wait until XD to load up more. Fingers crossed.
what is your dividends over capital on a full year basis? calendar year also can
Hi Sg Stock Picker,
For 2010, my dividends over capital is about 3%. This year, I aim to achieve 6%. ^^
hi, i'm new to the market, just wondering where do you find the CD dates for the stocks?
You just need to visit the SGX website.
Search for the stocks you want.
Then click on the dividends history option.
Good Job, Dividends Warrior..I am like u..collecting dividends and ride on storm.. :)
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