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My Portfolio & Dividend Updates (End Nov 2020)

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



It’s almost the end of the month, so it’s about time to do a portfolio 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, bond coupons and interests from CPF/savings accounts etc) will be excluded in the total amount in the 'Dividend Updates' section below as well.



Portfolio Breakdown by Securities


For the month of November, I sold a majority of my DBS Group Holdings Ltd (D05) holdings.


As much as I discourage trading since it can be a risky speculation game which often does not end profitably, I am still guilty of trading a tiny bit once in a while, purely for some action. I still advise all my friends and readers to buy and hold a well diversified portfolio long term. In this case however, D05 is one of those stocks that I bought for trading purposes, and I am glad that I was lucky enough to make a small profit from this transaction.


Given that this small profit was unexpected, I would like to do my part and pay-it-forward to the wider local community by donating a part of the profit from this transaction. I would be donating S$200 to a local charity, and it is my sincere hope that this S$200 would be able to help another fellow Singaporean who might need it more than me, especially in a difficult time like this.


Other than that, I didn't do any other further additions or reductions to my other holdings this month.



Dividend Updates


Received a small dividend payout for the month of November from both local and overseas stocks.


My total amount of dividends received since the start of 2020 thus now stands at S$3,808.46, giving me an average dividend amount of S$346.22 monthly from January till November 2020.


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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