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$12,000 Dividend Per Year: Here’s How Much You Need To Invest!

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Your 5Cs Singaporean Dream? Outdated.

There might just be a new definition for the Singaporean dream. Forget the typical 5Cs (car, cash, credit card, condominium and country club membership) that was commonly used to determine how successful someone is in life, and allow me to present to you the cold hard truth. 5Cs is too old school.

The new Singaporean Dream is, TO JUST SURVIVE!

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With crazy car prices, expensive property prices, an outdated country club definition of wealth, Singaporeans’ evolved goal in life is to:

  • Retire early
  • Generate enough passive income to allow the early retirement to happen.

Retirement Age vs Years of Good Health

The official retirement age of Singapore does not take into account the number of years which Singaporeans are still able to enjoy retiring. Retirement age is a number decided alongside policies on what is beneficial for the country and it may not necessarily benefit individual Singaporeans.

Here are some reasons why the official retirement age may not equate to happy Singaporeans:

  • The decision on the retirement age might have taken the life expectancy of Singaporeans into account, instead of the average age of Singaporeans in good health.
  • While retirement age can be constantly pushed backwards, the average age where Singaporeans have their good health cannot be changed.

Hence, retiring early is totally up every individual Singaporean to start planning early.

With that, building a dividend income portfolio is one of the many ways Singaporeans can achieve financial freedom before the prescribed retirement age.


TL;DR – How much you need to invest to have a sustainable dividend income portfolio?

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What Is A Dividend Income Portfolio?

What exactly is a dividend income portfolio, and what is all the hype about?

Dividend stocks are stocks that give dividend payouts based on their profits over the year. Should an investor invest in a dividend stock, he receives income in form of dividend given out by the stock.

The rule of the dividend income portfolio building game

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Imagine this: Your stocks portfolio gives you enough every year to a point where you no longer have to depend on your salary for your expenses.

That is the goal of every investor and this is how to build a dividend income portfolio:

  • Certain stocks give dividend payouts based on their profits over the year.
  • Investors can use his prefered method to identify and screen out solid stocks and investment instruments to invest in.
  • From there, investors will build his investment portfolio.
  • The objective is to build an investment portfolio which can replace your expenses and salary.
  • Once that objective is achieved, financial freedom may not be too far away!

Dividend Investing – How much should you be investing in total?

Back to the rule of building an investment portfolio which can replace your expenses or salary, we work backwards to find out the portfolio size required to achieve it.

From here, we can all plan ahead and hopefully, retire early.

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I’m thinking of a holiday to celebrate this milestone at the Maldives before the age of 40 years old. How about you?

Set a target.

Identify how much you want your investment portfolio to fetch you every month.

Monthly Dividend Total dividend required each year
$500 $6,000
$1,000 $12,000
$1,200
(Monthly expenses for Singaporeans after retirement)
$14,400
$2,000 $24,000
$3,089
(Median take-home salary of Singaporeans)
$37,068
$4,699
(Median household spend per month)
$56,388
$10,000 $120,000

Here are some of the numbers we use for better estimation of the amount we need for retirement:

  • Basic monthly expenses for Singaporeans after retirement is at $1,200 per month.
  • Median take-home salary of a typical Singaporean worker at $3,089 per month.
  • $4,699 is the median household spend per month.

With the total dividend one aims to achieve each year, we worked backwards to find out the percentage of dividend yield and the total amount of the portfolio.

What is the dividend yield?

The dividend yield is the percentage of a company’s dividend compared to its share price.

It can be calculated using:

Dividend Yield = (Annual Dividend)/ Share Price

How much does your portfolio need to be?

For better illustration, we are looking at a dividend yield of more than 3%.

Anything below the interest rate of Singapore Savings Bond (SSB) makes no sense for the risk that the investor will be taking.

Total dividend required each year Portfolio size with X% dividend yield
3% 5% 6% 7% 8%
$6,000 $200,000 $120,000 $100,000 $85,714.29 $75,000
$12,000 $400,000 $240,000 $200,000 $171,428.57 $150,000
$14,400 $480,000 $288,000 $240,000 $205,714.29 $180,000
$24,000 $800,000 $480,000 $400,000 $342,857.14 $300,000
$37,068 $1,235,600 $741,360 $617,800 $529,542.86 $463,350
$56,388 $1,879,600 $1,127,760 $939,800 $805,542.86 $704,850
$120,000 $4,000,000 $2,400,000 $2,000,000 $1,714,285.71 $1,500,000

Few things to take note of, when dividend investing :

  • Company with the highest dividend yield may not necessarily mean that it is the safest stock.
  • The above demonstrates that to achieve that amount of dividend, one needs to have a good amount of savings.
  • The faster one managed to achieve the above where his dividend yield income every year exceeds his expenses, he achieves financial freedom!
  • We cannot emphasize the importance of starting early and making use of the power of compounding interest to achieve this ultimate dream faster.

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The Magic Of Compound Interest

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Further reading: Some example of stocks and their dividend yield

The total dividend yield of your portfolio depends on the amount one invests in each stock and the dividend yield of these stocks.

To list down some of the stocks and their dividend yield.

For stocks in SGX with a dividend yield of 3-4%:

Company Name Code P/E Dividend Yield
(%)
P/BV
ABR Holdings Limited 533 35.723 3.29% 1.6
AEM Holdings Ltd AWX 6.818 3.15% 3.13
Asia Enterprises Holding Limited A55 32.006 3.13% 0.583
Aspial Corporation Limited A30 10.824 3.79% 1.122
Boardroom Limited B10 14.03 3.14% 1.768
Boustead Singapore Limited F9D 11.205 3.7% 1.215
Bumitama Agri Ltd. P8Z 9.958 3.83% 1.743
CapitaLand Limited C31 9.746 3.54% 0.756
Captii Limited AWV 9.648 3.21% 0.326
China Aviation Oil (Singapore) Corporation Ltd G92 8.749 3.68% 1.05
CITIC Envirotech Ltd. CEE 9.942 3.26% 0.64
Datapulse Technology Limited BKW 1.465 3.57% 0.755
G. K. Goh Holdings Limited G41 23.195 3.33% 0.648
Genting Singapore Limited G13 17.454 3.21% 1.721
Goodland Group Limited 5PC 11.595 3.57% 0.369
GuocoLand Limited F17 12.343 3.78% 0.507
HC Surgical Specialists Limited 1B1 20.968 3.42% 5.023
Ho Bee Land Limited H13 5.648 3.24% 0.51
Hotel Grand Central Limited H18 30.552 3.65% 0.762
Huationg Global Limited 41B 2.948 3.24% 0.358
Hwa Hong Corporation Limited H19 44.167 3.45% 1.001
Indofood Agri Resources Ltd. 5JS 48.109 3.03% 0.274
Jackspeed Corporation Limited J17 6.841 3.5% 0.856
Jardine Cycle & Carriage Limited C07 18.55 3.24% 1.76
Kimly Limited 1D0 13.237 3.92% 3.189
Low Keng Huat (Singapore) Limited F1E 22.087 3.64% 0.625
LY Corporation Limited 1H8 23.65 3.13% 1.68
MoneyMax Financial Services Ltd. 5WJ 7.193 3.4% 0.718
OKP Holdings Limited 5CF 11.261 3.41% 0.526
Olam International Limited O32 12.559 3.89% 0.969
Old Chang Kee Ltd. 5ML 17.328 3.97% 3.28
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited O39 10.261 3.35% 1.18
Oxley Holdings Limited 5UX 5.85 3.7% 0.967
Pan-United Corporation Ltd P52 21.938 3.33% 0.889
PEC Ltd. IX2 11.867 3.51% 0.635
SATS Ltd. S58 21.702 3.53% 3.543
SBS Transit Ltd S61 12.159 4.04% 1.995
Sheng Siong Group Ltd OV8 23.168 3.15% 5.954
shopper360 Limited 1F0 11.883 3.97% 1.051
Singapore Airlines Limited C6L 33.141 3.87% 0.949
Singapore Post Limited S08 20.238 3.59% 1.286
Singapore Press Holdings Limited T39 14.813 3.64% 1.122
Singapore Shipping Corporation Limited S19 9.132 3.65% 0.986
Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd S63 21.892 4.02% 5.461
SingHaiyi Group Ltd. 5H0 16.115 3.16% 0.619
Spindex Industries Limited 564 6.122 3.45% 0.895
Stamford Tyres Corporation Limited S29 39.709 3.33% 0.58
Straco Corporation Limited S85 15.465 3.33% 2.33
SUTL Enterprise Limited BHU 14.19 3.08% 1.046
TalkMed Group Limited 5G3 26.643 3.74% 11.699
Teckwah Industrial Corporation Ltd 561 10.715 3.57% 0.642
The Hour Glass Limited AGS 6.956 3.1% 0.845
Tianjin Zhong Xin Pharmaceutical Group Corporation Limited T14 9.14 3.25% 1.006
Union Gas Holdings Limited 1F2 9.667 3.92% 2.549
United Global Limited 43P 13.946 3.84% 3.119
United Overseas Bank Limited U11 11.438 3.68% 1.17
UOB-Kay Hian Holdings Limited U10 11.699 3.9% 0.689
Wee Hur Holdings Ltd. E3B 6.595 3.33% 0.532
Wilmar International Limited F34 11.416 3.18% 0.984
Yangzijiang Shipbuilding (Holdings) Ltd. BS6 8.323 3.14% 1.008
YHI International Limited BPF 9.428 3.53% 0.495

For stocks in SGX with a dividend yield of 4-5%:

Company Name Code P/E Dividend Yield
(%)
P/BV
Avarga Limited U09 10.031 4.76% 0.911
CapitaLand Commercial Trust C61U 13.039 4.63% 1.021
CapitaLand Mall Trust C38U 12.454 4.77% 1.196
Centurion Corporation Limited OU8 10.51 4.94% 0.736
Chasen Holdings Limited 5NV 4.685 4.94% 0.446
ComfortDelGro Corporation Limited C52 17.711 4.32% 2.013
Dutech Holdings Limited CZ4 6.831 4.62% 0.418
Excelpoint Technology Ltd BDF 6.147 4.83% 0.726
Far East Orchard Limited O10 24.934 4.84% 0.439
Frasers Property Limited TQ5 6.77 4.97% 0.675
Frencken Group Limited E28 6.833 4.15% 0.656
GP Industries Limited G20 14.97 5% 0.79
GRP Limited BLU 21.037 4.95% 0.27
GSH Corporation Limited BDX 29.169 4.17% 1.492
Hock Lian Seng Holdings Limited J2T 7.825 5% 0.922
Japan Foods Holding Ltd. 5OI 20.977 4.57% 2.399
Keong Hong Holdings Limited 5TT 5.221 4.76% 0.555
Keppel Corporation Limited BN4 11.838 4.08% 0.984
Keppel REIT K71U 28.021 4.52% 0.851
Kingsmen Creatives Ltd. 5MZ 9.923 4.76% 0.877
KSH Holdings Limited ER0 11.145 4.19% 0.889
Lian Beng Group Ltd L03 4.679 4.59% 0.362
Megachem Limited 5DS 10.26 4.38% 0.918
Miyoshi Limited M03 5.391 4.26% 0.428
Nordic Group Limited MR7 9.029 4.65% 1.724
Parkway Life Real Estate Investment Trust C2PU 11.11 4.61% 1.485
Samudera Shipping Line Ltd S56 16.283 4.19% 0.392
Shinvest Holding Ltd. BJW 7.012 4.11% 0.434
Sing Investments & Finance Limited S35 10.47 4.55% 0.686
Singapore Exchange Limited S68 22.457 4.5% 8.694
Singapore Kitchen Equipment Limited 5WG 22.795 5% 0.949
Singapore O&G Ltd. 1D8 18.134 4.79% 3.796
Singapore Reinsurance Corporation Limited S49 23.355 4.56% 0.693
Sinwa Limited 5CN 8.943 4.39% 1.137
SK Jewellery Group Limited 42G 7.158 4.76% 1
Sunningdale Tech Ltd BHQ 11.016 4.87% 0.783
Tat Seng Packaging Group Ltd T12 4.3 4.69% 0.807
ValueMax Group Limited T6I 7.427 4.5% 0.795
Venture Corporation Limited V03 12.41 4.97% 2.065
Yanlord Land Group Limited Z25 2.988 4.77% 0.545

For stocks in SGX with a dividend yield of 5-6%:

Company Name Code P/E Dividend Yield P/BV
Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust A17U 17.495 5.68% 1.271
Brook Crompton Holdings Ltd. AWC 8.081 5.92% 0.956
CDL Hospitality Trusts J85 17.567 5.9% 1.028
Chip Eng Seng Corporation Ltd C29 9.271 5.76% 0.553
Elec & Eltek International Company Limited E16 8.338 5.52% 0.684
Ellipsiz Ltd BIX 44.011 5.95% 0.597
Fortune Real Estate Investment Trust F25U 3.071 5.38% 0.573
Frasers Centrepoint Trust J69U 12.483 5.23% 1.103
Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust BUOU 13.736 5.95% 1.234
Geo Energy Resources Limited RE4 7.018 5.46% 1.098
GP Industries Limited G20 14.97 5% 0.79
Hi-P International Limited H17 7.051 5.08% 1.494
Hock Lian Seng Holdings Limited J2T 7.825 5% 0.922
Hong Leong Finance Limited S41 10.299 5.19% 0.651
ISEC Healthcare Ltd. 40T 17.403 5.48% 2.162
Keppel DC REIT AJBU 12.898 5.01% 1.366
Lum Chang Holdings Limited L19 6.968 5.14% 0.564
M1 Limited B2F 14.811 5.46% 3.642
Mapletree Commercial Trust N2IU 8.853 5.11% 1.201
Mapletree Industrial Trust ME8U 11.918 6.05% 1.345
Mapletree Logistics Trust M44U 9.411 5.77% 1.092
Micro-Mechanics (Holdings) Ltd. 5DD 14.235 5.49% 3.87
Multi-Chem Limited AWZ 12.296 5.69% 0.7
Nam Lee Pressed Metal Industries Limited G0I 9.074 5.48% 0.619
SIA Engineering Company Limited S59 15.897 5.13% 1.763
Singapore Kitchen Equipment Limited 5WG 22.795 5% 0.949
Singapore Telecommunications Limited Z74 15.975 5.83% 2
SPH REIT SK6U 18.778 5.43% 1.08
Suntec Real Estate Investment Trust T82U 17.97 5.23% 0.905
Sysma Holdings Limited 5UO 9.194 5.37% 0.714
Tiong Seng Holdings Limited BFI 6.362 5.66% 0.445
Uni-Asia Group Limited CHJ 6.451 5.42% 0.309
Valuetronics Holdings Limited BN2 8.617 5.12% 1.527
VICOM Ltd V01 15.67 5.85% 3.679

For stocks with a dividend yield of 6-7%:

Company Name Code P/E Dividend Yield
(%)
P/BV
Accordia Golf Trust ADQU 16.664 6.7% 0.624
Ascendas Hospitality Trust Q1P 48.85 6.91% 0.88
Ascendas India Trust CY6U 5.742 6.08% 1.279
Ascott Residence Trust A68U 19.289 6.28% 0.811
Avi-Tech Electronics Limited BKY 15.093 6.1% 1.049
Ban Leong Technologies Limited B26 6.229 6.48% 1.075
Far East Hospitality Trust Q5T 13.566 6.2% 0.733
Frasers Commercial Trust ND8U 9.352 6.44% 0.941
Frasers Hospitality Trust ACV 22.066 6.48% 0.911
Manulife US Real Estate Investment Trust BTOU 15.263 6.69% 0.999
Mapletree Industrial Trust ME8U 12.1 6.08% 1.338
Memtech International Ltd. BOL 9.339 6.18% 0.763
New Toyo International Holdings Ltd N08 33.23 6.81% 0.62
OUE Commercial Real Estate Investment Trust TS0U 10.537 6.96% 0.7
OUE Hospitality Trust SK7 18.045 6.93% 0.955
Starhill Global Real Estate Investment Trust P40U 15.061 6.33% 0.783
Tai Sin Electric Limited 500 11.112 6.92% 0.829
Telechoice International Limited T41 16.417 6.96% 1.546
UMS Holdings Limited 558 7.345 6.67% 1.596
Challenger Technologies Limited 573 9.325 6.02% 1.933
Pacific Century Regional Developments Limited P15 14.978 6.03% 0.699
PNE Industries Ltd BDA 13.234 6.02% 0.862

For stocks with a dividend yield of 7-8%:

Company Name Code P/E Dividend Yield
(%)
P/BV
AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT O5RU 14.38 7.29% 1.022
APAC Realty Limited CLN 7.098 7.14% 1.431
BHG Retail REIT BMGU 16.144 7.81% 0.893
CapitaLand Retail China Trust AU8U 11.018 7.05% 0.915
China Jinjiang Environment Holding Company Limited BWM 7.677 7.27% 0.93
Dynamic Colours Limited D6U 11.168 8.05% 0.906
First Real Estate Investment Trust AW9U 11.694 8.11% 0.962
Fu Yu Corporation Limited F13 13.673 7.62% 0.966
IREIT Global UD1U 7.121 7.64% 1.076
Keppel Infrastructure Trust A7RU 59.77 7.37% 1.851
LHT Holdings Limited BEI 4.65 6.99% 0.75
Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust RW0U 6.309 7.6% 0.95
mDR Limited A27 14.286 8% 0.309
Sabana Shari’ah Compliant Industrial Real Estate Investment Trust M1GU 6.69 7.4% 0.749

We did a quick extraction of the data from the Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) website, using the dividend yield filter.

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source: www2.sgx.com

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