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Daily update of my portfolio
02 Jun 2021 (1398 views)

I report daily on the gain in my portfolio. 

The gain reflect the results of my investment strategy:

a) I invest 70% of the portfolio in good value stocks with attractive price earning ratios and dividend yields. Even if the market falls, I can keep for these stocks for the long term to enjoy a dividend yield.

b) 30% of the portfolio is invested in growth stocks and speculative stocks. I have to monitor them every day.

c) I also take speculative bets on the futures, e.g. in Bitcoin and Gold. 

I have invested $2,650,000 SGD in the portfolio. The current gain of $650,000 reflects a return of 24%. The average period of the investment is about 1 year. So, the annualized return is over 20%. It is quite good.

I report the results daily for three reasons:

a) It forces me to assess the portfolio every day. If not, I could neglect the portfolio.

b) I want to allow other people, who are interested, to follow the roller coaster ride of the portfolio.

c) I hope that some people are interested to follow my Facebook page every day.

Those who find the daily update to be not useful should just ignore it. (I wonder why they have to ask for my reason. Are they idiots?)

Tan Kin Lian


Daily update of my portfolio
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I report daily on the gain in my portfolio. 

The gain reflect the results of my investment strategy:

a) I invest 70% of the portfolio in good value stocks with attractive price earning ratios and dividend yields. Even if the market falls, I can keep for these stocks for the long term to enjoy a dividend yield.

b) 30% of the portfolio is invested in growth stocks and speculative stocks. I have to monitor them every day.

c) I also take speculative bets on the futures, e.g. in Bitcoin and Gold. 

I have invested $2,650,000 SGD in the portfolio. The current gain of $650,000 reflects a return of 24%. The average period of the investment is about 1 year. So, the annualized return is over 20%. It is quite good.

I report the results daily for three reasons:

a) It forces me to assess the portfolio every day. If not, I could neglect the portfolio.

b) I want to allow other people, who are interested, to follow the roller coaster ride of the portfolio.

c) I hope that some people are interested to follow my Facebook page every day.

Those who find the daily update to be not useful should just ignore it. (I wonder why they have to ask for my reason. Are they idiots?)

Tan Kin Lian