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Analysis of TKL portfolio
27 Feb 2021 (533 views)

My portfolio comprise of SG, US and HK stocks and cash, totallying $2.6 million SGD. See chart below.

The cash has mostly been invested in US and HK stocks.

The eventual composition is approximately 20% in SG stocks, 40% in US stocks and 40% in HK stocks.

My long term investments are in SG and HK stocks. The HK stocks are mostly China stocks listed in HK. 

Most of the China stocks have a price earning ratio of 6 times, i.e. earnings ratio of 17% and a dividend yield of 5%. I intend to keep them for the long term for dividends.

Most of the US stocks are growth stocks kept for short term trading. I have invested and sold these stocks for a realized gains of 20% or more. When the stock drop in value by 25% from its peak, I reinvested in them. 

In some cases, they drop another 25% so they are 40% lower than their peak. These stocks have the potential to return to their previous peak. If not, I consider the current prices to be safe.

Tan Kin Lian

Note - I share this post to explain my approach towards managing my portfolio of stocks. This is not investment advice or a recommendation to adopt my portfolio structure..

 

 

 



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My portfolio comprise of SG, US and HK stocks and cash, totallying $2.6 million SGD. See chart below.

The cash has mostly been invested in US and HK stocks.

The eventual composition is approximately 20% in SG stocks, 40% in US stocks and 40% in HK stocks.

My long term investments are in SG and HK stocks. The HK stocks are mostly China stocks listed in HK. 

Most of the China stocks have a price earning ratio of 6 times, i.e. earnings ratio of 17% and a dividend yield of 5%. I intend to keep them for the long term for dividends.

Most of the US stocks are growth stocks kept for short term trading. I have invested and sold these stocks for a realized gains of 20% or more. When the stock drop in value by 25% from its peak, I reinvested in them. 

In some cases, they drop another 25% so they are 40% lower than their peak. These stocks have the potential to return to their previous peak. If not, I consider the current prices to be safe.

Tan Kin Lian

Note - I share this post to explain my approach towards managing my portfolio of stocks. This is not investment advice or a recommendation to adopt my portfolio structure..