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

49 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi, I am a amateur investor who basically know nuts about investing, may i know which site is best to check out the dividends payment dates? U may email me at planeteers@live.com Many thanks!

Mr. Leo said...

hi DW, i see you reinvested your dividends, but with brokerages charging minimum $25 commission, do you actually lose out due to this? Or do you use other brokerage which has no minimum commission?

Shawn Ang said...

Hi DW

You are really very good in stock investment, very impressive.

One suggestion you can try Fragrance Hotel Group stock? They give dividend roughly on Apr,Jul,Oct,Dec? It will cover your every month having passive income. :)

By the way what do you think about this stock? Need your expertise advice.

mzcc said...

Hi DW, can advise which brokerage firm(s) are you using and how do they charge for commission.

Imlex said...

Hi DW,

May I ask if your dividend collected and re-invest consider as realized or unrealized profit?

Cheers
Lex

Eriko said...

Hi DW,

Just a suggestion if it is not too troublesome for you. Could you add a column beside yield on cost to put yield on current market price?
This would give a clearer reflection of the current yield of the reits. I am very envy of you that you got starhub at such a good price..but based on current price of $3.8, starhub yield is only 5.1%...

Ladykong said...

Hi DW,

What do you think about fragrance, 2ndChance and Transpac? I have been watching Transpac. It gives very good dividends and cash distribution yearly. The only thing is the timing to buy this share at a low price such as after CD on cash distribution.

Hope you achieve your target in 2013.

Singapore Yield Portfolio said...

Super Inspiring....Just started a portfolio with a similar goal!
Thanks for the inspiration!

Goven said...

Hi DW,

I am a noobie who knows nuts about stocks... but i do know that i do not want my cash to erode away by sitting in the bank..

Currently, i have about 50k to spare.. what's your advice if i would like to be like you, treating stocks as long term investment instruments, with decent dividend yields...

alot of stocks now are very expensive le..

Anonymous said...

i have about 250k cash to spare now what shld i do? 33yo

Cherub said...

Hi DW,

same question with Goven and "Anonymous" above... with $50k war chest, and a complete beginner in war....

would u help answer the 3 of us... and many other readers too?

If we start afresh today with only $50k, what stocks shld we aim for?

thanks

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Mr Leo,

Standard Chartered charges the lowest commission in Singapore.

When I buy, I buy a substantial amount for the long-term. I dun trade. So, commission does not really affect me.

I make big purchases around 5 times a year.

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Shawn,

Thanks for the suggestion.

But I am not really interested in Hotel stocks.

Cheers!

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi mzcc,

I am using DBS Vickers. They charge around $28 per transaction.

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi imlex,

I include the dividends I received as realised gains.

Different from unrealised capital gains.

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Eriko,

That's a good suggestion.

I shall include that column for my Jan update.

Thanks!

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi LadyKong,

I have been monitoring Transpac in the past too. But I am not sure about its business model, so I gave it a miss.

I think 2ndChance is branching out into property.
As for Fragrance, I am not interested in hotel stocks.

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Singapore Yield Portfolio,

I am glad to have inspired you!^^

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Goven,

For long term, I advise you to invest in quality dividend blue chips like the telcos, SPH, Singpost, ST Eng and SIA Eng.

Singtel is going to XD next week, price will drop. A good opportunity to buy.

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Anonymous,

Wow! $250k cash to spare at 33 years old! Incredible!

Prices are high now.

But Singtel is going to XD next week, price will fall. Maybe you can initiate a position. Maybe 10 lots first.

Then if the price keep dropping, you can buy another batch later.

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Cherub,

Please refer to my replies to Goven and Anonymous above. Thanks!

Muhammad Amir said...

The distribution of dividend payments is another way for a company to share its profit with you. PPI Claims Management

Dividend Rider said...

Agree with Dividend Warrior, Singtel is a nice one to look at during this week :-)
Thanks Dividend Warrior you inspired me a lot!
http://dividendrider.blogspot.sg/

Anonymous said...

Can anyone tell me how to check when will the dividend comes for the stocks? which website got projection or information?
Alan

Mr. Leo said...

DW, thanks for the reply!

Cherub said...

Thanks for ur guide! i wonder why u think Singtel will XD.
meanwhile, preparing to chiong for it next week! :D

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Anonymous said...

Hello to u DW,
Re: investing, besides blue chips u hv mentioned, what abt others with high dividends? I really need your good adv & recommendation to park my extra fund.
Thanks for sharing;)

Anonymous said...

Sorry.... DW, Above question 3.20pm from me, Jo ;p

HonestLiving said...

An Inspirational blog!

All the best DW and thanks for sharing your wealth of knowledge

Rei said...

Hi,
I've been looking at your blog for awhile but am only starting out on my investment journey. Would you mind sharing if you are doing this on your own or do you engage FA?
-How did you get started?
-How much time do you invest in your portfolio?
-How much funds should one have before starting out?
-Do you have a faq/email somewhere?
Sorry for the barrage of qns, thanks!

cha said...

Hi DW, been following your blog quite recently and am very impressed with your portfolio. It sure motivated many readers out there. :)

If its not too much to ask for, can I contact you personally via email since I have an elaborate question to ask you regarding purchasing of lots. I'm afraid the email can be lengthy if we exchange question and answers back and forth.

Here is a snippet of my query:
I have already opened an account with a broker house but have yet to start investing. Need you to guide me on how I can maintain lots like yours because I don't see why I should be doing 'buy and sell' on a trading platform. How is that related to maintaining a portfolio of several shares like yours.


Sorry if this bothers you. Thanks much! Hope to hear from you.

Anonymous said...

i am gg 35yo this year.
about 290k cash
about 200k stocks
cpf never count
no house no car
am i a failure, how to further improve

Anonymous said...

I am impressed with DW's 1000/month dividends.

however, DW's investment strategy is very simple, buy and buy dividend stocks. that's it.

i haven't seen him buy a stock for growth yet. DW, correct me if i am wrong.

i wonder what would happen if the stock market comes down? DW's paper gains would be wiped out.

DW, i have nothing against you but I just find it funny that some people treat you like a investing guru because I haven't seen you posting any substantial analysis of any stocks. most of the them its just your dividend updates. (save for that few analysis on cache, sph etc). all you do is buy mainly reits, telcos that's it.

a investing guru would be someone like ASSI (http://singaporeanstocksinvestor.blogspot.sg/) simply because his blog contains more frequent analysis.


please do not get me wrong, i did not post to create a war, merely stating what i feel. i hope you don't mind.


I wish you all the best in your dividends collecting!

:)

Agree said...

Hi Anomnymous at Jan 4 10:04PM,

I do agree with what you comment.

Another Anomymous

D said...

Hi Anonymous #1 and Anonymous #2. I disagree with you (two). There is nothing wrong at all with investing in stable, high yield dividend stocks as is the same that there's nothing wrong with investing purely in growth stocks.

I think its really about finding your own strategy to fit into your own goals and objectives in investing.

"i wonder what would happen if the stock market comes down? DW's paper gains would be wiped out."

The same argument would apply if one takes a 'growth-driven' strategy as well. And in any event, the regular provision of dividends over the years would cushion (or more then cushion) any dip.

And if and when there's a dip, I suspect DW will be like me...rubbing our hands in glee to accumulate even more high dividend stocks.

Anonymous said...

hi D, the argument that anonymous #1 and #2 put up is that DW is not a investment guru by any means. the argument is not on his strategy.

his strategy is definitely not wrong but very very simple. but it makes money!

peace, :)

anonymous#3

Goven said...

Thank you, Dividendrichwarrior :)

The Mad Blogger said...

Same as Cha I am interested to know if I can contact you to know more about your strategies. Your blog has given me inspiration and I would love to learn more from you, i.e. mainly when to buy and what are the signs for you when to use the armageddon fund.

I am lamenting the fact that if I had invested my capital like you into D funds earlier I would be like you right now enjoying the fruits!

Lastly I am also a nuffnang blogger. Not sure if you have been invited for their events before. Sad to say yet to make a cent from them.

Do hope I can contact you. My gmail should be with this post :)

Dividend Warrior said...

HI Dividend Rider,

I am glad to have inspired you! Dividends FTW! ^^

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Alan,

You can get the dividends info of listed companies on the SGX website.

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Jo,

Frasers CentrePoint Trust and AIMS AMP REIT are good places to money for me.

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi HonestLiving,

Thanks for the support! All the best to u too! ^^

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Rei,

I am doing all these on my own. I dun have any financial advisor. :)
- I got started bcos I want to have a steady stream of passive income.
- I spent about 10 minutes everyday monitoring my portfolio. But when their results released, I will spend more time reading them.
- U need at least 8k - 10k to have decent reasonable investment

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Ethan the Tiger,

Yup. I try to keep this thing simple bcos I am also a simple man. LOL!!!

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Anonymous,

U r not a failure. Cheers! Keep moving forward!

bb said...

Hi,

How do you know Starhub is giving out dividend in the month of June? I can't find this info on the SGX website. Please teach me. thanks.

Regards,

Lincoln

Ashley Shan said...

Hello ! I am so green to stocks and shares and would love to invest in some blue chips. May I know how do I get hold of the information which month the companies pays out dividend ?

In addition, which company is good for me to buy in now ?

Thanks for your advice !

Dividend Warrior said...

Hi Ashley,

You can get the information from SGX.com under 'Corporate Actions'

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