Here is my Stock Portfolio Updates for June 2021. The last time I updated my stock portfolio was in March 2021. Can you spot the difference and guess what I have recently added to my stock portfolio?
If you have been following my blog, there are two key stocks that I have been eyeing on for the past few months. The two stocks are Delfi Limited and Manulife US REIT.
Unfortunately, I was not able to make a lump sum purchase on these stocks as I have depleted my war chest when the stock market crashed due to COVID-19 pandemic last year. Thus, I adopted the strategy of making small purchases when my cash flow allows and when the share price is correct.
Delfi Limited (SGX: P34)
Over these months, the share price of Delfi Limited has went up since I entered into a position in March. As you can see, the current dividend yield is 3.31%. The current dividend yield is non-attractive to me and I have to wait for future opportunities.
Manulife US REIT (SGX: BTOU)
This month, I increased my position with Manulife US REIT. As you can see, Manulife US REIT makes up 3.97% of my stock portfolio as compared to 3.20% a month ago.
The share price has remained stable at US$0.76 until it started its uptrend journey these few days. I was lucky to make my position before the uptrend kicks in.
At US$0.78, you should still get more than 5% current dividend yield. Let us hope the share price remains stable so that I can further increase my position when my cash flow allows.
Summary for Stock Portfolio Updates June 2021
I am still sticking to my strategy of building a stock portfolio of dividend stocks that can provide me with endless stream of side income. I hope I can change it from side income to my main income one day.
Recently, I have done an analysis of Frasers Industrial Thailand REIT. However, the current dividend yield is also not attractive for me to make a position.
What shall I buy next?
Get rid of Singtel and perhaps OCBC too.
Size up CDG and MUST for recovery
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