31 October 2015

Portfolio of 8 Singapore Stocks - 28 Oct 2015 [updated to correct error]

On 28 Aug 2015, I started exploring a portfolio of 8 Singapore stocks with a value of ~$100,000 (Portfolio of 8 Singapore Stocks). Although the actual value would have been $99,126 (without considering transaction costs), I am assuming $100,000 for simplicity. You could think of the difference as the transaction costs.

How has it fared since? In truth, two months is way too short a time to be meaningful. Nonetheless, here's how it looks:

Stock
No. of 
Shares
28 Aug 2015
28 Oct 2015
Value
OCBC
1,300
$9.280
$9.200
$11,960
Keppel
1,700
$7.200
$7.160
$12,172
M1
4,200
$2.92
$2.870
$12,054
Boustead
14,600
$0.855
$0.955
$13,943
Kingsmen
15,200
$0.820
$0.780
$11,856
VICOM
2,100
$6.000
$6.150
$12,915
HourGlass
17,000
$0.735
$0.740
$12,580
GKGoh
14,900
$0.840
$0.825
$12,293

Thanks to CSCCC who highlighted that I had made a mistake with M1's price on 28 Aug 2015, I have adjusted the error as indicated in yellow highlights above.

The portfolio is now $99,723, so it really hasn't moved the needle over the two elapsed months. This valuation does not take into account any dividends. The split is 3-5 between the winners and losers (as indicated in red above). The only significant winner has been Kingsmen.  So it looks pretty flat-line for now and in need of some resuscitation.


Disclaimer: I have not bought such a portfolio on those dates. I am only doing this exploration for fun. But it is true that I do have all these stocks in my holdings and did buy more of some of them during Aug-Sep 2015.

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2 comments:

CSCCC said...

M1 on 28 Aug closing is 2.9. It's 52w low is 2.8.

Lizardo said...

CSCCC,

Thanks for pointing out the error. Did a check from one source and the closing price on that day seems to be $2.92. That's a HUGE error that I made. I have amended the portfolio data. Looks like it has been pretty flat over the two months.