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Summary of July 2017 Transactions

This month, I have divested StarHub and Keppel REIT from my stock portfolio. The above chart shows my current stock allocation. I am looking at divesting Soilbuild Business Space REIT from my stock portfolio as well but the current share price is not quite right yet and I need to do further research on its recent financial results as well prior to making a sell decision. Lippo Malls Trust was also on my strike off list but it seems that based on dividend yield, it is still yield lucrative based on current share price.

You can read more about my sale transactions this month below.

  1. Goodbye StarHub
  2. Goodbye Keppel REIT

The sale of Keppel REIT has caused my exposure to office REITs to be reduced to 2%. The 2% purely comes from Frasers Commercial Trust. After the sale of Keppel REIT, I will be on a lookout for another quality office REIT to add on to my stock portfolio.

There are no more Telecommunication stocks in my stock portfolio as M1 and StarHub share price starts to either plunge or go into a downtrend. I hope that is not due to the 4th Telco. It seems that SingTel is the sole survivor out of the three right now.

Summary of February 2017 Transactions

In the month of February 2017, I made two sell transactions. I have divested Far East Hospitality Trust and NeraTel. You can read more on Far East Hospitality Trust at Far East Hospitality Trust Undervalued or Value Trap?  and NeraTel at NeraTel – An Abandoned Child.

There are a few stocks in my watch list such as Acromec, ISOTeam, Hock Lian Seng, Tai Sin Electric and many more but I shall not be investing in them now with the cash gotten from the sale of Far East Hospitality Trust and NeraTel. The reason is I need more time to do more research and analysis. After a year on, I am still sticking to investing for dividends. If the stock is a growth stock, it will be a plus. Read More

Summary of November 2016 Transactions

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Wow, time flies. We are in the 2nd last month of the year 2016. Having sold off Sheng Siong, M1 and Cambridge Industrial Trust, I have spare cash in my war chest to deploy.

Taking opportunity of the Trump Crisis where stocks and REITs are slightly beaten down, I added more of Capitaland Mall Trust into my stock portfolio. (Read more at My Personal Analysis of Capitaland Mall Trust)

Capitaland Mall Trust now occupies 9% of my stock portfolio. The reason I added more of Capitaland Mall Trust is for more exposure to Retail REITs. This month, I categorize my stocks and REITs into the industry they are focused on. I noticed that the stocks and REITs I held have very little exposure to the retail sector and thus I decided to add more of it by adding more of Capitaland Mall Trust which is very much focused on shopping malls. Read More

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