Saturday, 29 November 2014

Recent Buy






I initial a new position with Tai Sin (SGX: 500) into my portfolio last week. I like the numbers of the company. Excellent earnings growth track record with CAGR of 17% on the past 16 years. Consistent profitability growing from 2005 to 2014 with 16.93%.

Based on this year dividend payout of 0.0225(twice yearly), this purchased will increase ny dividend income with an additional of S$22.50 per year and carry a YOC of 6.17% with payout ratio (TTM) 45.37%. My valuation of this stock with 30% margin of safety is S$0.52. Sean Seah had done a very good analysis on this company. You can read it here.

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Options Trades


Since my last trade(10th Nov) of a covered call, the stock price of EBIX had moved from $15.60 to $16.26. I had already queued to roll this into Jan15 waiting to be filled.


Nov expiration had passed. Here is my best trade in term of return which expired worthless:-

  • EBIX Nov 14 14 PUT @1.55.
  • EZPW Nov 14 10 PUT @1.15.
Trade remain open:-
  • sell-to-open EBIX Dec 14 15 CALL @0.75 It is the average premium collected with 2 contracts traded.
You will be able to see my realised P/L here. Feel free to give your comment.

Thursday, 13 November 2014

Options Trades





With the rallying of EBIX, I had opened a new options trade on a covered call:-

New Trade

  •  sell-to open EBIX Dec 14 15 CALL @1.00.

Trades remain open

  •  sell-to-open EBIX Nov 14 14 PUT @1.55.
  •  sell-to-open EZPW Nov 14 10 PUT @1.15.
  • sell-to open EBIX Dec 14 15 CALL @0.50.
With this new trade, now I hold 2 contracts of Dec 14 strike 15 CALL at an average of $0.75. The continuing run up on the price of EBIX above the $16, will enable me to close both the Nov 14 $14 PUT trades before expiration. 

                                                       image: www.google.com
 
You will be able to see my realised P/L here. Feel free to give your comment.