28 Aug '16, 1pm

Tracking my portfolio: There is a reason why I track my stock portfolio performance. Occasionally I would look at…

There is a reason why I track my stock portfolio performance. Occasionally I would look at the percentage profit and loss of each stock. Currently it looks like this (see below). I was reminded of the carnage in the Singapore stock market recently which saw the index fell from almost 3500 (April 2015) to almost 2600 (Jan 2016) – an almost 25% drop from the top. And I was holding all my stocks all along (butt naked). In fact I actually increased my holdings from Jan 2016 to Aug 2016. I tend to buy more when my portfolio looks like a murder scene (lots of red). “I’m always fully invested. It’s a great feeling to be caught with your pants up.” Peter Lynch In retrospect, at one time in April 2015, my overall portfolio shows an un-realised profit of almost 9%. This swiftly transformed into -11% in Feb 2016. …

Full article: http://thefinance.sg/2016/08/28/tracking-my-portfolio/

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