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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

"Apr 17" - SG Transactions & Portfolio Update"‏

No.
 Counters
No. of Shares
Market Price (SGD)
Total Value (SGD) based on market price
Allocation %
1.
CDL Hospitality Trust
60,000
1.465
87,900.00
17.0%
2.
Fraser Logistic Trust
80,000
0.975
78,000.00
15.0%
3.
IReit Global
73,000
0.745
54,385.00
10.0%
4.
M1
20,000
2.13
42,600.00
9.0%
5.
LippoMall Trust
80,000
0.40
32,000.00
8.0%
6.
Comfortdelgro
11,000
2.63
28,930.00
8.0%
7.
Fraser Comm Trust
20,000
1.335
26,700.00
7.0%
8.
Far East Hospitality Trust
40,000
0.605
24,200.00
6.0%
9.
UOL
3,000
7.00
21,000.00
6.0%
10.
Singtel
5,000
3.88
19,400.00
5.0%
11.
Micro-Mechanics
15,000
1.045
15,670.00
4.0%
12.
Keppel DC Reit
13,000
1.225
15,925.00
4.0%
14.
First Reit
8,134
1.335
10,858.00
2.0%
15.
OCBC
34
9.59
     326.00
1.0%
16.
Warchest*
66,000.00
12.0%
Total SGD
523,890.00
100.00%

It's hard to believe that we are actually already in our second quarter of the year. Time flies so fast indeed.

It's quite surprising that towards the end of March, we have the Fed decision for a rate hike and the next thing we know boom, all my Reits counters shoot up instead of going down as many expected. I think this is a rather unexpected surprise for my portfolio.

There are not many transactions that is going on within the portfolio since the last update so I thought of doing an earlier update this month as I'll be much busier towards the end of the month.




First, I made an addition to the portfolio by buying Fraser Comm (FCOT) for 20,000 shares at a price of $1.26. I think the share price has been undeservedly slammed down due to its main anchor tenant HP uncertainty but I still do think there's too much pessimism built into it. In my opinion, it is common to see lease expiry incident happening with reits managers so that shouldn't be a problem unless they are unable to position it with certainty. Still, I think with commercial sectors bottoming and trending upwards, this is a good opportunity.

Second, I sold off all my Sabana shares at a price of $0.515 for a profit of 53% inclusive of past dividend received. I didn't exactly bought this too long ago so the short term gain have been extremely fruitful and added nicely to the bags of the profits accumulated. In my opinion, a lot of the meats have been priced in the current share price so at 0.9x P/BV it no longer represents a compelling value to hold. It's a divest for me at this point.

Third, I also sold off FCL shares at a price of $1.775 for a profit of 24% inclusive of past dividend received. The company recently announced a major development they will have in Bangkok and the share price has run up because of it. While it's a positive news, it's still way too far timeline to make any sort of projection at this point, hence the divestment. I'll just sit around in cash at this point.

Insurance

In my previous article (Link Here), I also wrote about my experience surrendering the policy I have. Since this portion has been provisioned in full, the surrender value of $4k received will go straight into my warchest as addition.

Bonus

This is a good month as I am entitled to a bonus month which boosted my cashflow tremendously.

It was a lot better than my expectations and I have also received about 6% increment in my salary, which is also better than my expectation. This will help to boost my tight cashflow around the house.




The portfolio has grown from the previous month of $500,961 to $523,890 this month (+4.5% month on month; +40.8% year on year). This portion includes capital injection.

Performance wise I think I'm doing slightly ahead better than expected at around 12% (TWR) and 54% (XIRR) year to date but since there's a lot of debates on this metric since last year, I haven't been focusing too much. 

I'll be heading down for the AGM for FEHT, CDLHT, Ireit and UOL in the next 2 weeks. So looks like things going to be interesting how it pans out.

Here it comes again earnings season!!!

Good luck everyone.



6 comments:

  1. Amazed at how you made profit on Sabana Reit! Well done man. Wish I am at your level.

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    1. Hi MIM

      I guess I was lucky to catch it at their low after the news has subside down :)

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  2. not too long ago, your portfolio was "only" $500K, it's now $520K, that's some crazy portfolio growth right there!

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    1. Hi Vivianne

      The strong bull market has really impacted everyone's portfolio. Now i know why even the shoe cleaner wanted to get in during a strong market run.

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  3. very inspiring investment portfolio. Bro.

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