Networth & Portfolio Update - Episode 4
Market's been kind of shaky recently because of COVID-19 and some other issues like the US-China Trade War and Europe's Brexit and it is actually quite exciting for me since i just started investing a few months ago and now i'm actually experiencing a market correction of at least 10% and who knows, there may be more downside to come. Not talking about my own portfolio but the stock market in general.
To be honest, it is quite thrilling to see stocks go down.
But sometimes when you have limited funds or some say bullets, it can be quite sad since you cannot really take full advantage of what is really happening in the stock market.
But anyways, let's get started.
Total Capital Invested : $49,611.00
Total Current Value : $49,345.99 (exclude dividends) -0.53% | -265.01
Total Current Value : $50,985.42 (include dividends) +2.77% | +1,374.42
Total Profit / Total Loss : $1,374.42
Ok Lets Go!
Current Portfolio of StashAway as of February 28/02/2020:
Current Portfolio of MoneyOwl as of February 28/02/2020:
Current Portfolio of Syfe as of February 28/02/2020:
Current Portfolio of Individual Stocks as of February 28/02/2020:
Graph of my individual stock picks vs STI - Excludes StashAway, MoneyOwl & Syfe
Summary for everything in Excel:
All in all, i'm still currently in the green but i'm looking to scoop up some counters that have fallen or may fall into my target price soon.
I will have to monitor closely to see which counter i want to pick up since there are really many choices although i still think most of them are still relatively in the "fair" or "slightly high" value range even though some have fallen at least 5-10%.
I also updated my excel for the dividends that were announced that is not reflected in stock.cafe yet since the ex-date has not passed for 2 of my counters but will still be holding anyway.
If you are interested in reading my previous portfolio update, you can do so here.
That's all for now! Till next time! :)
One should always have a minimum of 6 months worth of emergency savings set aside before investing in the stock market for any sudden emergency like medical urgency or the sudden loss of a job.
This should only be used for emergencies and not be touched for any luxury purposes.
One should always have enough insurance coverage also before investing in case of any accidents or big medical expenses like cancer treatments etc.
Like they say, health is wealth.
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