Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Jan 2021 - Portfolio & Transaction Updates

No.

 Counters

No. of Shares

Market Price (SGD)

Total Value (SGD) based on market price

Allocation %

Category

1.

Lendlease Reit

  85,000

S$0.79

     67,150.00

14.0%

Dividend

2.

Manulife Reit

  60,000

US$0.74

     59,490.00

13.0%

Dividend

3.

Starhill Reit

  90,000

S$0.52

     46,800.00

12.0%

Dividend

4.

Jardine C&C

    2,000

S$22.16

     44,320.00

12.0%

Recovery

5.

Ascendas Reit

  12,000

S$3.03

     36,360.00

10.0%

Dividend

6.

Prime US Reit

  30,100

US$0.80

     32,260.00

9.0%

Dividend

7.

Alibaba (HK)

       700

HK$219

     27,375.00

8.0%

Compounders

8.

Yuexiu Trans. (HK)

  27,000

HK$5.15

     24,540.00

8.0%

Dividend

9.

Netlink Trust

  20,000

S$0.96

     19,200.00

7.0%

Dividend

10.

Comfortdelgro

  10,000

S$1.71

     17,100.00

7.0%

Recovery

11.

Bank of China (HK)

  30,000

HK2.69

     14,430.00

6.0%

Dividend

12.

Hotung

    9,000

S$1.68

     15,120.00

6.0%

Dividend

13.

GA Pack (HK)

    9,000

HK4.44

       7,160.00

3.0%

Dividend

14.

Ho Bee Land

       300

S$2.38

          710.00

1.0%

Leftover

15.

Warchest

          -

-

     20,000.00

4.0%

 

16.

Options (IBKR/Tigers)

          -

-

     40,000.00

8.0%

 

Less:

CFD@3.2%

 

 

(150,000.00)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

 

 

 

   322,015.00

100%

100%

Hola 2021!!!

Who would have thought that we have started the year with a big bang on the market worldwide?

Not only do we have the likes of bitcoin and other crypto-currencies mooning in the early part of the month, but the stock market worldwide has also continued its momentum very well.

In fact, STI alone is already up somewhat 7% just a few days into the year and is now near the psychological mark of 3,000 (I still can't believe it as I am writing this). The US market has continued to pounce its way forward with breaking all-time high records again.

Suddenly, it seems like making money in the stock market is the easiest thing in the world to do and almost everyone around me is getting more involved in the stock market now, more than ever.

This isn't good of course, as the market continues to suck in new participants who feel buoyant about making their bucks continuously for the past few weeks.

I am personally getting a bit cautious about this, as some of my past decisions about taking profits in the past few days are getting me more and more relief as I locked in those gains (nothing beats realized gains that you finally score).


First update - I have continued to trim down my position for Comfortdelgro at about $1.70-$1.72ish as STI is nearing the psychological 3,000 marks. While most of the gains have been pulled up mainly from the banking sectors, a dip in the overall index will impact the other stocks as well, and I think it is about prudent that my strategy entails taking profits off the table from time to time.

I have also trimmed down my position for Jardine Cycle & Carriage at between $21.66 to $22.16 after the shares break out from its 200 Moving Average resistance of $20.64, followed by 3 consecutive white candles. Again, there are no changes to the fundamentals at this point so the recent run-up entails some profits taking off the table to lock the gains in and recycle the capital as and when necessary. I'm still keeping the rest of the 2,000 in the CDP to try and wait for slightly longer-term recovery.

This month's portfolio addition - I have added new shares in Netlink Trust as well as Hotung, the latter after a conversation with fellow blogger, Silly Investor, in which I managed to look at the company a little deeper. Both companies are great dividend payers with solid cash flow generating ability, so this is likely a longer-term keep for me inside my CDP account.

I have also added more Alibaba (HK) shares to average down as the scandal regarding Jack Ma and its anti-regulation continues to rampage its shares. I've also traded in and out successfully a couple of fellow HK tech shares such as JD-SW, Meituan, and Tencent respectively in the past few weeks.

Apart from this, I have also been receiving and generating some income from some of the options play I had which has expired. They are not big needle-moving positions but something which can complement my trading strategy well, and earn me some good premium that I can use to generate for the portfolio.

If you'd like to follow some of these strategies or live trades which I show from time to time, you may want to follow me on my Facebook Page here.  


Networth Updates

The equity portfolio continues its good slow upward trajectory this month at $322,015, which is up from the previous month of $311,780.


The continued rotation off some of the recovery stocks means the portfolio is likely to benefit from time to time, while I continue to take profits off the table and switched into some less volatile dividend-paying companies.

The next upcoming earnings season will be very interesting and we are finally into the dividend season which I am very much anticipating, like many others.

The target for the portfolio will be at $350,000 at the end of FY2021 - I am not going to give myself too much pressure or take on too many risks at this point, so it'll be a continuation of the same strategy that has worked, and the results will take care of itself. I'll revise the year-end goal again should this year brings me plenty of luck.

Having said that, I am very much anticipating a pullback sometime in the next few months, so we should be seeing a dip before it continues its upward increase.

Hopefully, 2021 will be a good year for everybody.

Continue to stay safe and well.

Kaching!

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