Turtle Talk : Why Did I Do It?
By Turtle Investor  •  March 18, 2016
Do you always know why you made certain decisions and did certain things? These following activities occurred outside of my core index portfolio (I call it my “play money”) which I thought are worth sharing. I had deliberately omitted my buy/sell prices since they weren’t important to what I’m conveying.

Selling Saizen Early

I was one of the “lucky” beneficiaries when Saizen REIT assets were eventually acquired by Triangle TMK. It would have been a great counter to hold on for the dividends, so whether it is lucky or not, no one will know. Anyway, when the announcement was made public, its share price surged and I sold it way back in November 2015. True, I could have probably collected more dividends and made more money by holding on to it just a little longer. I sold it early because holding on involves opportunity cost, and I thought ......
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By Turtle Investor
Hello there! I am Kevin and the author behind the Turtle Investor blog. At age 37, I hit CPF Full Retirement Sum (FRS) of $176,000 on the last day of 2019, twelve years after graduating from university. I am married and owns a 4-room apartment. I continue to be gainfully employed to build up my portfolio and provide my loved ones with better lives. Leaving everything behind and transitioning to a digital nomad life in Bali remains an option but not something that I’m actively pursuing now 🙂

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