With one and half trading days to go, and most people either in holiday mood or in "sian" mood (with the thoughts of going back to work), I think its time to wrap up my investment efforts for the year. From the macro angle, 2019 has been a fine investment year for global markets in … Continue reading Gain some and Pain some – Eagle, Dairy Farm, Noble and Hyflux
Throughout the years, many of my blogs were focused on equities investment and the dividends that I receive from them. So, I will skip the review on the equities (which achieved my aim of 5% dividend yield) and start with a review on index portfolio as we countdown in this last week to the new … Continue reading Index Portfolio Review
Yesterday X'mas eve dinner with my extended family was nothing fancy but it was a nice and cosy family dinner around our dinning table. It is such moment that makes me feel that it doesn't take much for one to feel contended for and be grateful. I feel the same in personal investment. … Continue reading Having the 5% Annual Yield Target Helps Shape My Investment Approaches
It has been almost a month since my last post. There was no new inspiration that came to me to want to pen something down in the last few weeks. However, its a different story on the trading front. Reflecting on my trading activities for the last few weeks, I realise that I did quite … Continue reading Queen Mary (EHT)
In the last few days, 2 blog topics caught my attention - one is about investment outside Singapore, particularly into the US markets and the other is about entering (Or not) the market when everyone is fearful. The first topic was posted by SG ThumbTack Investor on 14-Sep: To Infinity & Beyond? Nah! The second … Continue reading My portfolio aims for 50% local 50% international – Yours?
Should I be surprised? Thanos Trump just snapped his fingers again and the US stock markets (and probably the rest of the world come Monday) had a rude shock and reacted violently. (Sign) ... how should we invest in such turbulent and uncertain times? Even big corporations are struggling with investment decisions now with so … Continue reading Investing In Uncertain Times
For those who followed the local stock market, you would not have missed the big news that YangZiJiang (YZJ) Shipbuilding has requested for a trading halt after the Singapore Exchange (SGX) flagged “unusual price movements” in the company’s shares on Thursday 8/8/2019. It had fallen 20% or $0.26 to S$1.04 on heavy volume of 83.7 million shares … Continue reading The Importance of Diversification