2) fcot sgx starhillg fct sphreit cmt fortune capitaretail capitacom mit suntec
3) spost taisin lippo nam lee netlink
5) fcot steng sgx uob sph starhillg fct sphreit cmt cdg hcg lippo Singre teckwah mit sci suntec
6) tcil ocbc
8) fcot singtel plife suntec ocbc starhillg sci steng fct singpost sphreit cmt lippo singre ock fortune capitaretail capitacom teckwah siaen mit sats
9) uob tcil cdg netlink sci
11) fcot taisin sgx spost starhillg fct cmt lippo siaen mit suntec
12) sph ksh ock sats
bought sats, added more sgx, suntec, sph, singtel.
took up scrip from hotel grand.
from january sti dropped from a high of around 3550 to a low of around 3250 in june. This represents drop of some 8.5% so far. Where market is heading, no one know. I see a lot of analysts painting quite a bearish view at this point in time. during the same period, my portfolio dropped about 3%.
this suggest that having a lot of good dividend counters in the portfolio would out perform market and this is not the same as buying index. similarly, when markets is pushed up by a strong bull, i would probably not expect my portfolio to go up by the same percentage due to the lack of growth counters in my portfolio.
nothing fanciful and nothing new: dividends received will be used to reinvest in the same counters and/or the counters which are about to pay dividends soon.
No further input is necessary. Portfolio creates the income every month and gets reinvested. One reinvestment move means one more continuous stream of income in the future.
Counters get rebalanced periodically as and when the opportunities arise.
Market up or down doesn’t matter too much, in fact is not a bad thing after all. Dividends provided new cash flow as compounding and dollar cost average tool.
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