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My Stock and Unit Trust Portfolio

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focus To guard myself against any bias towards the positions that I have, I thought it best to list the stocks and positions that I currently have in case any examples or articles written in this blog overtly or directly promote any of them.

This does not mean that you should go out and buy them, since the methodology or reason I buy these stocks could be different from yours. I just wish I had more money to buy more of some of the counters here :)

The stocks my wife and me owns are as follows:

Company Last done price Unrealised P/L %
Breadtalk 0.525 48.22
CIMFT ASEAN 40 100 7.71 58.32
Golden Agri 0.45 8.43
Informatics 0.055 (28.01)
OCBC 7.82 19.03
SGX 8.54 17.15
Suntec Reit 1.08 89.47
Valuetronics 0.145 (58.57)
Lyxor Taiwan 10 0.866 62.47
BYD (HK$) 67.50 150.46

Unit Trust/ Mutual Funds/ Index Funds that we have:

1. Using OCBC bank to get Infinity S&P 500 index funds (dollar averaging every month)

2. Aberdeen Pacific Equity Fund (dollar averaging every month)

3. Legg Mason SE Asia Special Situation Trust

4. SGAM Global Luxury & Lifestyle Fund

5. Schroder Emerging Europe Fund

6. Schroder Singapore Trust Fund

So if you see me writing flowery articles on these companies or unit trusts, take it with a pinch of salt because I may be running ahead of myself. Or send me a virtual kick.

The stocks are all cash positions, the unit trust. index funds are a mix of CPF Ordinary account and cash. It is unlikely to change for the next quarter at least and when it changes, I’d update this. We’d relook at the unit trust to try to make it more manageable by cutting the number we’d have to monitor so there could be some rebalancing to do at the year end.

How’s your own planning for retirement going?

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4 comments:
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Musicwhiz said...
September 28, 2009 at 6:50 AM  

Hi Lemizeraq,

You've got a great portfolio man ! 8 out of 10 positive is really a great achievement ! I know of friends who are still 80% down, so you've done a really good job. Keep it up !

Just curious though, what is your total unrealized gain or loss for your equities portfolio, as well as unit trust portfolio? I would usually treat them as separate.

Thanks !

Musicwhiz

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Lemizeraq said...
September 29, 2009 at 10:39 PM  

Hi Musicwhiz,

Thanks. But it happens that the stocks that are down I have quite a large position too, so it isn't exactly as rosy as the breakdown makes it to be :( But overall, the stocks position is showing a return which is good.

Also, I haven't any idea what some of our unit trusts position are because my significant other bought them. But for the two dollar averaging funds I am buying, one (Aberdeen) is above water, the other (S&P 500) a bit below.

Thanks for the question, I am trying to cough up an excel sheet to put down in an organised way all the different positions.

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Vincent said...
March 4, 2012 at 1:27 AM  

Which platform do you use to buy the Unit Trust?

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Lemizeraq said...
March 7, 2012 at 10:19 AM  

Hi Vincent,

Thanks for visiting. I use POEMS to buy and sell shares. At times, also the CIMB-GK Goh website.

regards,
RH

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