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My Portfolio & Dividend Updates (End Jan 2021)

Monthly update on my Portfolio percentage breakdown and dividends received (if any).

Been so busy for the month of January that I totally forgot to post a portfolio update, until I was reminded by a fellow reader. So here's my belated January 2021 portfolio & dividend update. (:

My portfolio listed here consists purely of equities only, and excludes social security (CPF & SRS), debt instrument holdings (i.e. bonds & SSBs etc), emergency funds, as well as personal savings.

As such, any returns from the excluded items above (e.g. dividends from CPFIS/SRS, coupons from bonds and interest from saving accounts etc) will be excluded from the total amount in the 'Dividend Updates' section below as well.

Portfolio Breakdown by Securities

For the month of January, I added a tiny position on the Vanguard Russell 1000 Growth Index Fund ETF (VONG), Visa Inc. (V), and MasterCard Inc. (MA), using the dividends payout accumulated previously.

As I have already more or less finished entering the market, most of my overseas stock purchases in the near future are likely to simply be cases of me buying using my dividends payout accumulated previously.

Local stocks wise, I didn't do anything this month, though I did contemplate on selling my DBS Group Holdings Ltd (D05).

Dividend Updates

Received some dividend payout for the month of January from both my local and overseas stocks.

My total amount of dividends received since the start of 2021 thus now stands at S$341.34, giving me an average dividend amount of S$341.34 monthly since the start of 2021.

Note: Dividends are recognised after ex-dividend (EX) date.

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Disclaimer: All information contained herein this blog is solely the writer's personal opinion, and does not constitute an offer, recommendation or solicitation of an offer of any kind. Readers are also advised to do their own due diligence, and to consult a financial adviser for any financial advice.

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