Wednesday, March 7, 2007

A reference for you - My current portfolio

A reference for you - My current portfolio

Dear friends,

For your kind reference, you might wannna take a peep at my current portfolio as of 07-Mar-07...

Allocation

  1. Cash & money market: 63%
  2. Shares: 37%

Singapore Stocks

  1. ChuanHup purchased at $0.33, speculative - expecting growth & dividend.
  2. First REIT purchased at $0.77, speculative - expecting dividend.
  3. QAF W091116 purchased at $0.18, speculative - expecting growth in QAF, 2 years ago.
  4. SPC $4.16 Speculative - expecting dividend.


US Stocks

  1. BERKSHIRE HATHAWAYB purchased at $3,510.00, defensive, based on past record.
  2. GLAXOSMITHKLINE PLC purchased at $54.96, speculative - expecting growth.
  3. PROGRESSIVE CORP purchased at $23.66, speculative - expecting growth.

As always, this is not a call to buy and /or sell anything at all! :)

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5 comments:

returntomean said...

We think alike atleast on berkshire hathaway.

My comments on brk-b are at http://longtermequity.blogspot.com/

My equity holdings (I have no speculative ones)

lyxor korea etf , STI etf, second chance, food junction, sinwa, brightworld precision and of course brk.b

Dividend yeild and ROE are what i use to make buy decisions, except for brk.b where I use p/book.

anloke said...

looks like you are into spectculations I buy base on company fundalmentals guess everyone have their own style of investing .All the best

Fu Chin said...
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Fu Chin said...

Hi returntomean,

Thanks for sharing your knowledge and experiences! :)

May your investments yield superb returns!

Warm regards,
Fu Chin

Fu Chin said...

Dear anloke,

Thanks for your kind wishes and the comments.

I think you are right, at least partially, that I am speculating.

I did not read enough of the company's historical earnings before I made the purchases. I just took a snapshot of the latest results, which *may* show good fundamentals, e.g. P/E, P/BV, ROE, ROA, etc.

However, the 'snapshot' of the latest results *could* be misleading... so, that is why I say that my purchase is speculative....

Wishing you all your best too, in your investments!

Warm regards,
Fu Chin