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Marksman's Investment Corner is currently on a short break - expect activities to pick up from July 2018 onwards!

Update 01-09-2018: Looks like my break took more time than expected... Things has been pretty busy over the last few months on a personal front, but are slowly settling down and I can look to get a bit more posting done on Marksman's Investment Corner once again. :)

Friday, April 6, 2018

Portfolio Update - 07 April 2018

Wow, it's already April this year, how time flies!

I realise I have gone almost a couple without updating my portfolio!



Income Portfolio





Counters
Units
Market Price (SGD)
Overall Value based on market price (SGD)
Allocation
1
Cache Logistic Trust
7500
0.84
6300
23.85%
2
Cromwell European REIT
1000
0.91
910
3.45%







Growth Portfolio





Counters
Units
Market Price (SGD)
Overall Value based on market price (SGD)
Allocation
3
Alliance Mineral Assets (AMAL)
40000
0.34
13600
51.50%







Cash and other Assets





Counters
Units
Market Price (SGD)
Overall Value based on market price (SGD)
Allocation
4
Warchest
1
5600
5600
21.20%

Total SGD


26410
100.00%

Due to my impending home purchase, my plan towards my stock portfolios needs to take a detour and I have decidedly sold off the following shares:
  • Sold Capitamall Trust at 2.080
    • Realised Capital Gain of $958
    • Earned overall distribution of $1258
    • This represents a realised gain of 23.5% after factoring in commission.
  • Sold Frasers Logistics and Industrial Trust at 1.090
    • Realised Capital Gain of $170
    • Earned overall distribution $88.5
    • This represents a realised gain of 28% after factoring in commission (ho boy how I wish I add to my position in the first week of IPO)
  • Sold Singtel off my CPF Account with a minor loss of $160.
    • My initial plan was to hold Singtel for a few years as I am confident in spite of the gloom that surrounds Telcos, Singtel was sufficiently diversed to outside Singapore and Temasek will not let it go down so easily. If I had not need to liquidate my position, I would stay vested until I meet my target gain.
I guess sometimes in life, there are unexpected curve balls thrown at you and you have to make a decision to let go for different reasons, be it new opportunities, rebalancing and/or other personal reasons. This also shifts my attention to plan for rebuilding my portfolio in a few years.

The good news? In spite of selling off these shares, I'm well on my way to achieve some of my milestones! :D More on that later.

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