|No.||Stock||Lots||Dividends Collected||Average Price|
|8.||CACHE Logistics Trust||3||$73.00||$0.950|
|9.||CitySpring Infrastructure Trust||3||$94.50||$0.61|
|11.||First Ship Lease||10||$61.55||$0.455|
|12.||Parkway Life REIT||1||$0.00||$1.620|
*Note: Blue-coloured stocks are blue chips on the Straits Times Index
|Total dividend collected||$2,368|
|Total Invested Capital||$62,577|
|Dividend over Capital (%)||3.78%|
|Dividends per month (2010)||$197.33|
As shown in the table above, I have loaded up 2 lots of Singpost at $1.15 and 3 lots of First REIT at $0.675 in December 2010. At first, I considered focusing all my resources either on Singpost or First REIT. Both counters were experiencing a dip (XD for Singpost and Rights Issue for First REIT). In the end, I decided to spread my resources and got both. I am glad I did because Singpost will give my portfolio a stronger "foundation" while First REIT provides attractive yield and exposure to the strong medical industry growth.
Most of my counters are performing fine in December. The exceptions are CitySpring and K-Green, both of which are still in the red. But I decided against averaging down because I do not want to increase my holdings in both counters at the moment.
I received $300 from Starhub, $31.50 from CitySpring, $61.55 from FSL and $600 from SPH. As a result, passive income increased to $197.33 per month for the entire year 2010. This figure is calculated through dividing the total dividends received by 12 months.
My objective of "More Quality, Less Quantity" will stay. I will elaborate more about this in my "Financial Resolutions for 2011" post.
I would like to wish everyone a Prosperous and Happy New Year! :)
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