SPH Reit Yield is Back

SPH Reit released their full year results yesterday and its DPU performance is BACK ! It announced a DPU of 1.58 cents for their last quarter before closing their book. This is a 14% increase from the DPU from the previous quarter. Their full year DPU also raised 98% year-on-year to 5.8 cents. This translates … Continue reading SPH Reit Yield is Back

Top10 Dividends and Top10 Holding @ Q1 2021

TOP-10 Dividend Contributors at Q1 2021 Below is a table that shows the Top-10 dividend contributors to me at Q1 2021. To be more factual, the ranking is based on dividend declared and not dividend paid. I have also included the Top-10 at this same point last year and the year before (only managed to … Continue reading Top10 Dividends and Top10 Holding @ Q1 2021

End Jan 2021 Top-10 holding & Dividend Contributors

A short post to record the Top 10 holdings and dividend contributors (declared or went ex-div) as at end Jan 2021: Below is the table of Top-10 holding 1Suntec Reit 2OCBC3OUE Commercial Reit 4Ascendas Reit5UOB6Singtel 7IREIT8Netlink Trust 9Manulife Reit 10Hong Kong Land Key highlights (compared to end Dec 2020): DBS is out of Top10 holding … Continue reading End Jan 2021 Top-10 holding & Dividend Contributors

SG Banks – Still A Good Dividends Source

DBS and UOB will be releasing their half year results tomorrow. OCBC will do the same on the day after. Along with the releases, these 3 big local banks are expected to announce their interim dividend distribution. I never knew banks are good source of dividend income until lately Like I wrote in my last … Continue reading SG Banks – Still A Good Dividends Source

5% yield looks unattainable this year, I am contended with 4.5%

Almost 60% of the year is gone now. Looking back at the last few months, wow, what can I say except to exclaim that it has been an unusual year so far! I don't expect things to improve much in the remaining few months - in fact, I see more downsides than upsides. Year to … Continue reading 5% yield looks unattainable this year, I am contended with 4.5%

Dividends (and Others) to Show …

What a tumultuous start to the new investment in year! With a blink of an eye, 2 months have passed. My key takeaway so far are: (1) My equity portfolio lost 6% in value. Mainly in my Growth portfolio, which has the more risky and volatile companies. I had also done some switching out of … Continue reading Dividends (and Others) to Show …

Having the 5% Annual Yield Target Helps Shape My Investment Approaches

Yesterday X'mas eve dinner with my extended family was nothing fancy but it was a nice and cosy family dinner around our dinning table. It is such moment that makes me feel that it doesn't take much for one to feel contended for and be grateful. I feel the same in personal investment.     … Continue reading Having the 5% Annual Yield Target Helps Shape My Investment Approaches

Is dividend growth y-o-y a must? Am I too easily contended?

Let me first reflect on Aug 2019 before going to the main topic. It wasn't a happy month for many investors. Most indices across the world went lower, with Hong Kong being one of the worst. Guess what, Singapore wasn't far behind. These two trading hubs are bearing the backlash from the US-China trade war. … Continue reading Is dividend growth y-o-y a must? Am I too easily contended?

My Star Dividend Contributors Revealed

Following my post yesterday, some of you had inquired about my dividends. Sorry I am not comfortable to reveal the amount but I am happy to share my STAR dividend contributors in Q3 and also Year-To-Date. To Recap, my dividend yield year to date is 4.5% on cash investment. It is spread out relatively well … Continue reading My Star Dividend Contributors Revealed