2017 Portfolio Updates

Finally! The last day of SGX was yesterday and I have my stats ready from StocksCafe on my portfolio performance. Now, it is my greatest pleasure to announce that my portfolio has beaten the market, but only by a small margin.

If you’ve been following my previous portfolio updates, you would have known that I had reported in my November updates that my time weighted returns were 13.66%. Well that number has increased to 14.56% over the past month. Continue reading “2017 Portfolio Updates”

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4 Lessons (and Quotes) About My Investment Journey – 2017 Edition

It has been more than two weeks since I last posted an entry. Apologies for anyone who has been waiting – it has been a long week for me and I couldn’t spare extra time to blog since I have a lot of back log to clear at work. Always so much to deliver, but with limited time on my hands.

As the end of 2017 draws to a close, I have started seeing other finance bloggers posting about their portfolio performance and how their investment journey has been. Continue reading “4 Lessons (and Quotes) About My Investment Journey – 2017 Edition”

What Impresses Me The Most Is…

… not how much you earn, but how much you save.

…not saving $10,000 yearly with an annual income of $100,000, but saving $10,000 with an annual income of $20,000.

…not how much money you Continue reading “What Impresses Me The Most Is…”

November 2017 – Portfolio Updates

Since October, the STI ETF has increased 1.85% in performance. Similarly, my time weighted returns have increased by 2.33% to 13.66%, since G3B holds around 25% of my portfolio. I don’t know if it’s because of the bull market, but Keong Hong and Tat Seng Packaging are slowly revealing their intrinsic value, with both stocks rising very much in the past month as compared to Continue reading “November 2017 – Portfolio Updates”