Sunday, December 16, 2012

2013 Dividend Payment Schedule

In 2013, I will be getting dividends for every month except October (based on my current portfolio). Overall, I feel that my cash flow is still regular and consistent. It is like getting a mini-bonus every month without doing much! ^^


January 2013:
- Singtel
- CapitaMall Trust

Feb 2013:
- CapitaMall Trust
- Frasers CentrePoint Trust
- First REIT
- Suntec REIT
- Sabana REIT
- CACHE Logistic Trust
- PLife REIT

Mar 2013:
- AIMS AMP REIT

April 2013:
- M1

May 2013
- Starhub
- SPH
- CapitaMall Trust
- Frasers CentrePoint Trust
-  First REIT
- Suntec REIT
- Sabana REIT
- CACHE Logistic Trust

June 2013:
- Starhub
- PLife REIT
- AIMS AMP REIT

August 2013:
- Singtel
- M1
- CapitaMall Trust
- Frasers CentrePoint Trust
-  First REIT
- Suntec REIT
- Sabana REIT
- CACHE Logistic Trust

September 2013:
- AIMS AMP REIT

November 2013:
- Starhub
- CapitaMall Trust
- Frasers CentrePoint Trust
-  First REIT
- Suntec REIT
- Sabana REIT
- CACHE Logistic Trust

December 2013:
- SPH
- AIMS AMP REIT
- PLife REIT


So, will you be getting dividends every month in 2013? Comment below!



Peace Out,
Dividend Warrior

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

DW 2013 Dividend Investing Goal

2012 - An Unexpectedly Good Year
It is the time of the year again when we look back and review our old goals before making new ones. At the start of 2012, I aimed to achieve S$700 per month in dividends. I did it. In fact, I surpassed my initial target. You can check out my 2012's financial goal here.

2012 has been a good year for me. Let's take a final look at how my Singapore dividend portfolio performed in 2012. 



  • My portfolio size in terms of cost has increased from SGD$112, 439 in January to SGD$163, 794 now. 
  • I collected a total of SGD$8, 968 in 2012 compared to S$7, 410 in 2011. This translates into an average of S$747 per month
  • My portfolio annual yield is about 6.8%, which is higher than the inflation rate and the low bank interest rates.

I grew my portfolio by adding more telcos and REITs. Not too shabby. ^^



Financial Independence at 30 years old
I really hope to celebrate my 30th birthday in 2013 by achieving S$1k per month (S$12k per annum) in dividends. Based on my current portfolio, I will be receiving an estimated S$11.3k in 2013. That is still a little way off my target.
  • Starhub (10 lots) = S$2, 000
  • Singtel (7 lots) = S$1, 106
  • AIMS AMP (18 lots) = S$1, 800
  • SPH (5 lots) = S$1, 200
  • CMT (7 lots) = S$672
  • M1 (5 lots) = S$725
  • CACHE (10 lots) = S$857
  • FCT (7 lots) = S$758
  • PLife REIT (4 lots) = S$412
  • Suntec REIT (6 lots) = S$564
  • First REIT (10 lots) = S$672
  • Sabana REIT (6 lots) = S$561
*These figures were based on 2012's dividend payout for ease of calculations 

For 2013, I have a war chest of around S$20k, ready to deploy should the market have a correction. This is gonna be a defining year for me!


Peace Out,
Dividend Warrior

Sunday, December 2, 2012

DW December 2012 Singapore Dividend Portfolio Update

No.
Stock
Lots
Average Price
Yield on cost
% of Portfolio
1
Starhub
10
$2.467
8.1%
15.06%
2
Singtel
7
$2.983
5.3% 
12.75%
3
AIMS AIMP REIT
18
$1.157
8.6% 
12.71%
4
SPH
5
$3.756
6.4% 
11.47%
5
Capitamall Trust
7
$1.685
5.7% 
7.20%
6
M1
5
$2.290
6.3% 
6.99%
7
CACHE Logistics Trust
10
$1.115
7.6% 
6.81%
8
Frasers Centrepoint Trust
7
$1.586
6.8% 
6.78%
9
PLife REIT
4
$1.99
5.2% 
4.86%
10
Suntec REIT
6
$1.26
7.4% 
4.62%
11
First REIT
10
$0.736
9.1% 
4.49%
12
Sabana REIT
6
$1.07
8.7% 
3.92%
13
IHH
3
$1.28
0% 
2.34%

Total dividends collected in 2012
S$8,968.67
Total Invested Capital
S$163,794
Projected Annual Yield (2012)
6.8%
Average Monthly Dividends (2012)
S$747
Available funds for investment

S$5, 000
Unrealized Paper Gain / Loss (S$)

S$36, 027


For the month of December, I will be receiving a total of S$1, 330.20 in dividends from SPH, AIMS AMP REIT, PLife REIT and First REIT. My average monthly dividends exceeded the $700 target comfortably.
  • SPH - S$850
  • AIMS AMP REIT - S$275
  • PLife REIT - S$103.20
  • First REIT - S$102

After liquidating all my US stocks before the election, I put my spare funds to work. I just added 7 lots of CACHE Logistics Trust and 7 lots of AIMS AMP REIT last week. According to the boss of AIMS AMP REIT, once the ramp-up warehouse is completed early next year, the DPU will increase by around 15% eventually. I believe Phase 1 is already completed and received TOP (Temporary Occupation Permit) last month. AIMS AMP REIT has become my third largest holding.

There is a video on AIMS AMP REIT if you guys are interested to see the new property at 20 Gul Way. Check it out! :)

With this latest round of accumulation, the cost value of my portfolio finally crossed the S$160k mark for the first time. It is a huge financial milestone for me! ^^


Peace Out,
Dividend Warrior

Sunday, November 25, 2012

DW Operation Tung Lok Treat @ Changi City Point

I am a die-hard supporter of Tung Lok restaurant. A few months back, I went to Tung Lok Signatures at Clarke Quay. Yesterday, after purchasing my Toshiba ultrabook, I went over to Changi City Point and treated my family to a satisfying afternoon dim sum meal.

Enjoy the photos! ^^

The napkin.

Crispy Char Siew Bun
(I took a bite first. Heee!)

Fried carrot cake with XO chilli sauce
I like this alot and it goes well with the sliced fish porridge beside it

Egg tarts.
Disappointing. The crust was not flaky enough for me. :(
No fragrant egg taste too

Deep fried prawn dumpling

Salted egg custard bun a.k.a "liu sha bao"

Finally, my all-time favourite - Xiao Long Bao!
I ordered 2 sets. Shiok!

My $22k War Chest! 
I am ready to pounce on any opportunities. ^^



Burp Out,
Dividend Warrior 

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