Sep has been a lacklustre month in terms of stock performance. All 3 indices (STI, Hang Seng Index and S&P 500) that I have been tracking closely are down for the month. The only silver lining was the SReit. Overall, I suffered more paper losses. Sign, what to do but to hang on …

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ul data-carousel-extra=”{"blog_id":124712892,"permalink":"https://investforyourself.wordpress.com/2020/09/29/dull-sep-performance-look-forward-to-corporate-activities-in-oct/"}” class=”blocks-gallery-grid”>Photo by Artem Beliaikin on Pexels.com However, in the last few days, there have been quite a fair bit of corporate activities that would affect my portfolios starting as soon as next month – see below. Accordia Golf Trust divestment is complete – I will get 70 cents back per share as the first tranche payment. This is above my cost price. The sad thing though is that I lose a good dividend paying company.DBS just announced that it would redeem its Preferential shares in November. I actually like this PS a

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