November 2014

No. Stock Quantity Gross Investment (RM) Market Value (RM)
1
AXREIT
3,018
10,258.79
10,774.26
2
BONIA
23,500
16,560.45
23,970.00
3
CBIP
10,000
14,425.00
21,900.00
4
CBIP-WA
1,666
882.98
5
CYPARK
3,900
9,555.00
9,672.00
6
FARMBES
14,400
10,080.00
10,368.00
7
FITTERS
4,500
3,465.00
3,420.00
8
HLFG
700
10,528.00
12,866.00
9
HOMERIZ
8,300
5,727.00
7,055.00
10
MINHO
13,900
16,520.15
10,703.00
11
NESTLE
200
13,376.00
13,720.00
12
PARAMON
6,500
10,010.00
9,815.00
13
SCIENTX
2,600
14,335.10
19,084.00
14
SPRITZER
1,900
3,515.00
3,914.00
15
SUNREIT
7,000
9,940.00
10,290.00
16
SUNWAY
3,600
11,264.04
11,916.00
17
SUPERMAX
4,600
9,982.00
9,568.00
                       Total 189,918.24

Dividends received for the year : RM 3,072.50
Funds remaining in war chest    : RM 10,000

As you may be aware, I have since my last update in April, I have made some significant changes to my portfolio.
I decided to sell off my Affin and CIMB shares and added CBIP, FITTERS, MINHO, PARAMON, SUNREIT, SUNWAY and SUPERMAX. I have also added around RM 4,000 to BONIA.
CBIP has been performing really well and I’m happy with SUNREIT and SUNWAY as well.
However, I fear I may have made a mistake with MINHO. I initially thought MINHO was way, way undervalued, it’s net asset per share was calculated at RM3.15 last, almost 3x the share price when I bought it.

4 thoughts on “November 2014

  1. i see. I am quite impressed with what you have accomplished so far with your investments given your age. Seems very inspiring for me to try to do the same. Keep up the good work and let your investments compound overtime. Cheers!

  2. Hi, just saw your blog.

    I am curious on how you increased portfolio investment by almost 60k (cost of investment) since your previous portfolio update was less than a year ago and you’re only 25 or 26.

    I believe all the dividends you received are put into short term deposits for about 1-6 months before investing into shares?

    What is your general investment/trading strategy?

    • Hi Mike,

      The huge jump in investment is from my cashing out of a business I have been in for a few years plus the liquidation of all my unit trust funds (around RM 15K).
      I admit I was very fortunate to be able to be a part of the business at a young age.

      My dividends received go straight into a dedicated savings account (which I opened only for dividends). When they reach a certain amount, I place them in 1 month FDs.
      And when an opportunity presents itself, I liquidate the FDs and invest.

      I am a long term and fundamental investor.

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