Some of you who have started following my blog earlier may remember that I have an Index Portfolio (modeled after a permanent portfolio concept) alongside my Growth/Income Portfolio. It has been a long time since I last spoke about it, so I thought I will do it today. While I was actively managing (aka trading) … Continue reading Index Portfolio Delivering its Value
With the last company on my watchlist reporting its quarterly results yesterday, I can wind up my dividend collection for the year already. I have managed to hit 6% yield from my portfolio. This outperforms my expectation of a 5% yield, with the help of some margin trading. While I am happy with this, the … Continue reading 6% Yield Portfolio
When I saw the sharp drop in Asian Pay TV Trust (APTT) share price last night, I fainted. Boy, it was a whopping 50% drop in its share price overnight. Checking it out, this drop was purely in response to their latest dividend guidance of 1.2 cents annually for 2019 and 2020. This "1.2 cents" … Continue reading AsianPayTV … I fainted!
Oops, in the midst of all the excitement around dividends, I forgot to update my Q4 2018 Dividend tracking table. I apologise for this tardiness especially if you plan to use it for your own dividend tracking. I aim to do better next quarter. A "hefty" dividend week has come and left but thankfully, it … Continue reading Patience with Accordia Golf
Singtel is my biggest holding. It will release its first half results and interim dividend this coming Thursday. I expect Singtel to follow through on its commitments and declare 6.8 cents per share of dividends, or 2.1% yield this time, in support of the expected total dividend of 17.5 cents per share (or 5.5% yield) … Continue reading Keenly Await Singtel Dividends
If you have spare cash today, I won't hesitate to recommend SG Saving Bond (SSB) to you. It's the best investment product for Singaporeans out there now! The first year interest rate of the Dec'18 issue is 1.89%. Solid, right? I believe most of you are familiar with it. If not, you can click hereto find … Continue reading Maximising Value from Your SSB Portfolio
When I mentioned that Capitaland Retail China's 7.7% yield was attractive in my previous post, one reader rightly pointed out that it is "dangerous to buy based on yield". I cannot agree more. I hope NONE of you will go away with this idea after reading my blog that we should only look at dividend yield … Continue reading Dangerous to buy based on yield