Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Dividend Knight Portfolio Update (Jun 2016)


No.
Company
No. of Shares
1.
AIMS AMP Capital REIT
30, 000
2.
Starhub
10, 000
3.
Singtel
8, 000
4.
DBS
2, 000
5.
Mapletree Logistics Trust
25, 365
6.
CACHE Logistics Trust
29, 000
7.
Frasers Centrepoint Trust
12, 000
8.
OCBC
2, 500
9.
SATS
4, 000
10.
CapitaLand Mall Trust
7, 000
11.
Raffles Medical Group
9, 000
12.
MGCCT
12, 000
13.
ParkwayLife REIT
5, 000
14.
Keppel DC REIT
10, 000
15.
Suntec REIT
6, 000
16.
UOB
400
17.
Sheng Siong
7, 000
18.
Mapletree Commercial Trust
2, 032

Dividends received in June 2016: S$885

Total dividends received since Jan 2016: S$6,758.37

Average dividends per month: S$563.20

Average dividends per day: S$18.50

Total portfolio market value: S$343, 000

Unrealised Profits: S$42, 700


For the month of June, I will be receiving $885 in distribution from AIMS AMP. I decided to subscribe to the SCRIPs of DBS, OCBC, Raffles Medical, MLT and MCT. Otherwise, the dividends collected would have been much more. The SCRIP for OCBC and Raffles Medical were especially 'juicy' due to the generous 10% discount in pricing. Having given my take on the future growth of Singtel in my previous post, its SATS' turn.


SATS' Growth Story......
  • Currently building an e-commerce hub at the Changi Airfreight Terminal which is scheduled to be operational by December 2016. This new facility would enable SATS to increase its freight-handling capacity as well as take over the airmail operation from SingPost following an agreement between both companies last year.
  • In FY2018, SATS would be collaborating with Wilmar International to build and operate central kitchens in major Chinese cities. Since China has a notorious reputation of poor food hygiene and fraud, SATS' stellar track record & expertise in safe food processing and distribution should help it gain a foothold in the Chinese market.
  • In FY2016, SATS won the ground-handling contract from JetStar Asia which previously gave the business to SATS' rival , ASIG. Looking forward, SATS also won the ground-handling contract from AirAsia at the upcoming Changi Terminal 4. With SATS' dominant position at Changi Airport (80% market share), I am cautiously optimistic that new lucrative contracts from other airlines could potentially be in the works.


Happy Dragon Boat Festival :)
DK

4 comments:

  1. Not familiar on a number of them but generally i can identify a strong set of robust stocks collected. GJ.

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    1. Hi Cory,

      Thanks for the compliment. Hopefully, the robustness of my holdings can withstand a possible Brexit...

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  2. Your dividend knight picture is cool, so is your dividend portfolio. ;-)

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    1. Hi Arthur,

      I like the picture too! :)

      Thanks for the compliment.

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