Thursday, December 22, 2011

Dec 2011 Singapore Dividend Portfolio Update

Merry Christmas Everyone! ^^

No.
Stock
Lots
Average Price (S$)
% of Portfolio
1
Starhub
9
$2.404
18.42%
2
SPH
5
$3.756
15.98%
3
Singtel
5
$2.920
12.43%
4
Capitamall Trust
7
$1.685
10.04%
5
M1
5
$2.290
9.75%
6
AIMS AIMP REIT
11
$0.968
9.06%
7
Suntec REIT
6
$1.26
6.43%
8
First REIT
10
$0.736
6.26%
9
Frasers Centrepoint Trust
5
$1.44
6.13%
10
SMRT
2
$1.805
3.07%
11
CACHE Logistics Trust
3
$0.950
2.43%


Total dividends collected     
(since Jan 2010)
S$9,777.78
Total Invested Capital
S$117,489
Projected Annual Yield
6% - 7%
Dividends per month
S$425.10
Available funds for investment
S$7,000


  • Received a total of S$975 in December.
  1. SPH: S$850
  2. AIMS: S$125
  • Sold 2 lots of SPH before Ex-Date and took a little profit. From now onwards, I will only focus on dividend investing. Therefore, I will not include my realised/unrealised profits data on my blog.
  • Re-invest in more First REIT, AIMS and CMT, bringing the REIT allocation of my portfolio to about 50%.
  • Dividends per month increased from around S$400 to S$425.
  • Total invested capital increased to around 117k. Top 3 holdings are Starhub, SPH and Singtel, in that order.

Peace Out,
Dividend Warrior

18 comments:

Dennis The Menace said...

Great blog

ahboy82 said...

holy crap DW's portfolio is so ever amazing!!

Anonymous said...

hey wad do u think of Venture Corp?

-zonked` said...

Hi DW,

I am very new in investment and currently looking at reits to begin with.

Could you recommend a trading platform best for reits (I.e poems, bank's)?

Also, how exactly do u get the monthly dividend ?

Appreciate you help on this. Thanks

Regards,
Maria
Maria.tancl@gmail.com

FoodieFC said...

Hi DW

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Your global portfolio sure is impressive considering you have just started it! Great job man.

Know that you are concentrating on dividends on, but I thought the realised/unrealised profits will be a good gauge for one to keep track of the overall bottomline. what do you think?

My dividend thus far is about $80. Starting slow and no money to invest haha =)

Cheers!

Dividends Warrior said...

Hi Dennis the Menace,

Thanks for visiting my blog. ^^

Dividends Warrior said...

Yo ahboy82,

Thanks for the compliment! All the best in ur investments too. :)

Dividends Warrior said...

Hi zonked,

REITs is good for regular income. However, do not put all ur eggs in one basket. U can try other dividend stocks such as Singtel, Starhub, M1 and SPH.

I am currently using DBS Vickers. I only need the basic buy/sell functions. If you need other more complex trading functions, you will need to explore other platforms. I heard POEMS is not bad.

Sorry, I am really not sure which is the best trading platform.

Dividends Warrior said...

Yo Foodie,

Happy New Year to you too! ^^

Yes, I do keep track of my capital gain/loss in my personal excel file. My rationale is to keep the blog data less cluttered due to feedback from some readers.

All the best in your investments. We shall huat together in 2012! ^^

-zonked` said...

Hi DW,

Thanks for ur reply..

Jus wondering.. How does the payout for reits work? Is it monthly or?

Dividends Warrior said...

Hi zonked,

Most REITs distribute payout on a quarterly basis (4 times a year). You can get the dates from SGX.com website.

You just link ur bank account to CDP, then the cash will be deposited to u electronically.

FoodieFC said...

Hi DW

After seeing your reply to Zonked, can I check with you. when ur CDP is linked to your bank acc and dividend is done automatically. will there be any statements sent to you to keep you informed?

Dividends Warrior said...

Hi Foodie,

For dividends, I received an overall statement sent to me on a yearly basis only.

I usually go to update my bank book after the "payable date". So far, I have been receiving my divy on time, without fail.

Calvin said...

Dividend Warrior,

Yes, that's the right approach. Once you stop focusing on unrealized profits/loss, then the ups and downs in the market will affect you less.

Focus on the thing that really matters, Passive Income from Dividends :)

Calvin
http://www.investinpassiveincome.com

Melvin said...

Hi,

Is REITS complicated to buy? I heard there is a rights issue something like that and I'm confused. Can I just buy and hold it? For example, SUNTECREITS, CapitaMall Trust, etc?

Follower said...

u been a great help for those who dunno how to manage their wealth!
tks!

thecouch said...

From simple calculation you managed to grow portfolio from 62k to 111k within a year. Thats pretty impressive considering the average income of singaporean. May i know whats the percentage of your salary saved to grow your investment monthly?

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi thecouch,

I usually save 70% to 80% of my salary. ^^

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