Thursday, 7 May 2020

My Portfolio April20

Summary For April 2020

Numbers of stocks 11
Share Sold None
Share Bought None

Overall 2020
Portfolio Return Apr20 20.40%
KLCI Return Apr20 4.21%
Portfolio Return YTD20 -6.55%
KLCI Return YTD20 -11.40%

Portfolio @ End of Apr20

Stocks Avg Mac20 Apr20 Div20 Apr20% Overall%
BJAUTO 1.92 1.13 1.36 2.75 20.3 -29.2
DAYA 0.035 0.005 0.005
0.0 -85.7
DKSH 2.500 1.970 2.350
19.3 -6.0
GESHEN 0.430 0.360 0.375
4.2 -12.8
HIBISCUS 1.050 0.340 0.490
44.1 -53.3
KRONO 0.76 0.430 0.590
37.2 -22.4
LEONFB 0.505 0.300 0.320
6.7 -36.6
MATRIX 1.42 1.57 1.68 6.00 7.0 18.3
NOTION 0.40 0.660 1.090
65.2 172.5
PRLEXUS 1.15 0.470 0.510
8.5 -55.6
SCIENTEX 2.735 7.54 8.30
10.1 203.5

There is no buy or sell transaction for me in April 2020. Apparently I have missed the opportunity to make a huge quick gain during the first phase of stock market sell down.

The consolation is, I have not sold all my shares and those remaining stocks make good gain in April consistent with the broad market.

Anyway, year-to-date my portfolio still loses 6.6%.

Some investors might have enjoyed their best moment in stock market investment, and some might have suffered their worst nightmare.

For me, I am just average I guess.

During this period of time, some say that we should buy and some say that we shouldn't. Well, if you have made a decision and regret it, just keep the experience and move on.

There are a few of my "ex-stocks" which have recovered so well and breaks my glasses.

Adventa, now at 90.5sen, has surged well past my previous selling price. I thought I was lucky to offload it when it has once fallen below 30sen...

Frontken is also a star performer and it is now very close to my selling price.

Notion has decided the ex-date of its bonus issue, which falls on 14 May. That's part of the reason its share price has gained so much recently.

During this MCO period, some people don't need to work and still get fully paid. Some are "not-welcomed" to work and get nothing. I still work but getting paid less.

Most companies face cash flow issue. Now the MCO has been slowly lifted and companies can at least take a breather, even though sales are likely to be bad initially.

If there is a third wave of infection like Singapore, then it will be a real disaster.

So, everything seems to get better. If you have missed the earlier chance, is this the time to buy shares now?

A lot of companies will announce their quarterly financial report this month. Of course most investors will be ready for bad results this time. Will there still be a huge gap-down in share price when a company announce a horrible result?

If there is, then it might be a good time to buy. 

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