6% Yield Portfolio

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

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AsianPayTV … I fainted!

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!

Keenly Await Singtel Dividends

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

Capitaland Retail China 7.7% Yield is Attractive

Dividend yield of Capitaland Retail China Trust (CRCT) is currently 7.7%, based on last 12 months trailing dividend distribution. I find this highly attractive as it is even higher than the 5.9% - 7.6% yield range that it has historically traded at. CRCT's share price closed at $1.36 on Friday. We have to go back … Continue reading Capitaland Retail China 7.7% Yield is Attractive

A painful week thankfully softened by the reliable dividends from the S-Reits’ Old Guards

It is another painful week for equity investors all around the world. For local investors, we witnessed the STI going below the 3000 points psychological support to close the week at 2972 points, 3% down from the previous week. This mirrored the S&P 500 index, which dropped 4%. What was scarier to me was the … Continue reading A painful week thankfully softened by the reliable dividends from the S-Reits’ Old Guards

An “Ok” dividend week, the real show is this week (and starring MapleTree)

Out of the 6 companies on my watchlist that declared dividends last week, 3 met my expectations and 3 didn't. Hence, I called it an "Ok" dividend week. Amongst them, SGX was the bright spot, springing a surprise by raising its first quarter dividend from 5 cents to 7.5 cents. I am just wondering what … Continue reading An “Ok” dividend week, the real show is this week (and starring MapleTree)

Oops, Keppel Reit and SPH disappoint …

What a letdown 😦 Both Keppel Reit and SPH disappoint in their dividend announcements.Keppel Reit just declared DPU of 1.36 cents for this quarter. This is lower than the DPU last quarter (1.42 cents) and also the same quarter a year ago (1.40 cents). Furthermore, I find it interesting that Keppel Reit spent ~ $6 … Continue reading Oops, Keppel Reit and SPH disappoint …