Today, I am going to share with readers some of the stocks in my investment portfolio which I am going to hold for a long time.
First of all, Golden Agriculture stock. This stock has borne the brunt of falling crude palm oil prices and hence my stock holdings in this has underperformed. However, I am pleased with the performance of this company and the management of this company is good if we consider how other commodities companies had faced with less than rosy reports of perception.
Sunday, July 3, 2016
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
I applied for Hutchinson Ports Holdings trust when the trust went IPO in year 2011 for 2,000 shares and I was allotted the full 2,000 shares. Paying $2,588 for the 2,000 shares, my average cost per share worked out to $1.294 (which was US $1.03 then), not counting the $2 transaction fee for the application of the IPO via ATM.
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Hutchinson Port Holdings Trust closed at USD 43 cents or SGD 59 cents on 17 May 2016 (it depends on whether one is interested in buying the trust in USD-denominated or SGD-denominated). According to SGX’s StockFacts based on 17 May 2016, Hutchinson Port Holdings Trust is currently trading at a price-to-book ratio of 0.723, at a 9.99% dividends, at a Price-to-Earning ratio of 17.623. On the same webpage, there is a consensus target price of SGD 68.1 cents which implies a possible 15.1% upside.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Hutchinson Ports Holdings has broken down below the support of $0.64. Currently the stock is oversold and is below the 200 Days Moving Average. This stock has a good dividends yield of 8.48% and a consensus target price of $0.919 according to the SGX website. Though Hutchinson Ports Holdings has a SGD denomination, the statistics I have mentioned above pertains to the US denomination stock. I feel that this stock will make for a good long-term investment due to its good dividends. With the current stocks markets environment, I feel that the resistance to Hutchinson Ports Holdings is at most $0.68.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
I have a “love and hate” relationship with one of the stocks I own. Why it that so? Well, ever since I bought the stock at its IPO price, its price has been staying below my purchase price, hence I am not happy at its stock performance. However when it comes to dividends payouts, the dividends have been good. To illustrate this, just look at the dividends which I have been receiving these years from my capital of $2,590 into two thousand shares of this stock.
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Singapore stocks continue to trade in a manner which is not interesting to Singapore investors and I watch the movement of Singapore stocks on the sideline, not intending to put in more monies for more purchase of stocks. Though some Singapore stocks look cheap now, nobody knows whether they can get any cheaper. I do not really like how the direction of the Singapore stocks market is trading and I guess the next better option is if one is to still feel the urge to invest in new stocks, is to invest in high-dividends stock. In this line of thought, one Singapore stock which looks cheap to me now, at least to me is Hutchinson Ports Holdings (HPH). HPH to me is a good stock which pays good dividends and one should buy this stock when the stock is trading at low prices.
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Hutchinson Ports Holdings Trust (“HPH”) has delivered a set of quarterly results which is good, driven by the sales of its stake in Asia Containers Terminals (“ACT”). HPH as a stock is the best performer in STI, when it comes to dividends yields payouts as HPH has been paying its unit holders an average payouts of around 7.8%.
Friday, January 24, 2014
I sold off Hutchinson Port Holdings stock this afternoon at USD $0.67. I have bought this stock at USD $0.68 in December 2013. I sold off the stock as the performance of this stock did not really meet my expectations and looking around the market, I saw some good stocks oversold and hence I thought of liquidating the capital in my Hutchinson Port Holdings stocks for investments in these stocks as well.
Saturday, January 4, 2014
I have mentioned before that I like Hutchinson Port Holdings Trust and I have some investments in this counter. Yesterday (3 January 2014), as all the other STI counters retreated south resulting in the STI heading south by 1.36%, one stock closed flat and this stock is none other than Hutchinson Port Holdings (HPH) Trust. This shows that Hutchinson Port Holdings (HPH) Trust is quite a resilient stock.
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