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About SGX Dividend Stock Tracker

Track High Yield Dividend Income Stocks In Singapore

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Singapore SGX stock exchange provides many good high yield dividend stocks and  good real estate investment trusts (REITs) with 4% to 12% dividend yields.

Passive Cash Flow from Dividend Income Stocks in Singapore

With these kinds of dividend yields, you can potentially create a portfolio of dividend stocks that provides an income to

  1. provide cash flow to supplement your current take home income from your job
  2. distribute cash flow for your retirement
  3. accumulate wealth assets to build towards your financial goals

This is why I created my Dividend Stock Tracker to track dividend stocks.

The objective is to have a way of broadcasting and informing you what are the prevailing yields for some of the high dividend yielding stocks in Singapore.

You can bookmark or have my Dividend Stock Tracker as an open tab in your Mobile Web Browser

If you bookmark the Dividend Stock Tracker or have it on frequently, you will be able to know what is the estimated dividend yield of the stock based on the latest prices of the dividend stock.

This is so that you can

  1. Spot the opportunity to buy a dividend stock which has a good business profile, that was previously expensive but now more attractive
  2. Compare a dividend stock or a REIT’s debt leverage, dividend yields, price to book against its peers so that you can instantly find out which is more expensive which is more cheap

The Base Currency is Singapore Dollars but….

The currency is predominantly priced in Singapore dollars.

However, stocks that are reported in other currency for example Fortune REIT in Hong Kong dollars the ratios and revenues are recorded in Hong Kong dollars.

How frequent is the Dividend Stock Tracker updated?

The prices are not real time.

The prices are updated at the end of each trading day at 7.00 – 8.00 pm.

When you invest for dividend yield, you don’t really have to track in real time.

Unless the stock price changes in 20% in one day, the yields and the underlying fundamentals don’t change that much

Update of dividend declared

The dividends declared will be updated every quarterly.

This is because in Singapore, company release their results quarterly. If there is a dividend declared, we will only know it on a quarterly basis. Once we see it we update it.

Update of profits, balance sheets and cash flows

Profits, balance sheets and cash flow data will be updated annually.

This is to correspond to annual full year earnings announcements.

Thus, viewers may see sometimes that  earnings and free cash flow yield to be much smaller or bigger than dividend yield. This may be due to a record good year last year which is likely not to be repeated this year.

What are the criteria of the stocks that will get on the Dividend Stock Tracker?

The criteria are not very fix. They are based on my analysis of the industry group and stocks operating environment:

  1. In an industry that are defensive
  2. Business model or economic model generates operating cash flow consistently
  3. Consumer staples and services used even when times are bad
  4. In an industry that are currently or in the future would enjoy a monopoly or oligopoly that have pricing or market advantage over competitors
  5. Due to government regulation they enjoy prolong advantages

How to make use of Dividend Stock Tracker

Daily change in Dividend Yield

Wouldn’t it be good to have a consolidated view of all Singapore dividend stocks, their daily price change, and how their historical dividend yields change due to the price changes?

The main page will show the dividend stocks and their price changes. The dividend and dividend yield columns will display the historical dividend declared and the yield based on current price.

Identify Dividend Paying Periods (Ex Dividend)  and Estimated Amount

A dividend stock’s ex dividend date is important because if you buy it before this date, you are eligible to get the dividend declared recently. Post this date, you are not eligible.

Investors can go to > Company Disclosure > Corporate Actions and find the stocks’ dividend history.

At my dividend stock tracker. I will try to do the hardwork by showing the past year’s ex dividend dates. You can then forecast whether you should take notice of the stocks in anticipation of getting in for the dividends.

Alert: The dates and amount is based on historical declaration. Dividends are discretionary and a company can change their dividend policy readily. Use it as a guide not that you will definitely get it.

Simply click on the dividend stock and hold your mouse cursor still. You will see a detail description of the dividend stock.

At the bottom there will be two information, computed dividend and ex dividend dates and its corresponding amount. Some stocks may not distribute uniformly (some quarters are larger than other quarters) so that is why i have a computed dividend to tell users how i come up with my dividend figures.

Good Resources for Learning about the Financial Metrics behind finding Good Dividend Income Stocks

The dividend yield is not the only metric to focus upon.

Focusing on that metric alone will get you burn. There are some examples in the past here and here that shows company with high dividend yield but share price keeps falling.

If you want to create a portfolio of dividend stocks, you have to learn to do it the right way.

The first step is to get educated. Here are some resources that may be helpful.

Why i use Free Cashflow Yield over EBITDA, Net Profit

Viewers will see typically 3 kinds of yields on the stocks i screen. Earnings yield, Dividend payout Yield and Free Cashflow Yield. What is the difference between the 3 of them? Which one is better for dividend yield stock analysis?

How to value dividend stocks versus other dividend stocks

How do you value a stock with predictable cash flow against another? Here we show you.

Free Cashflow Yield Incorporated into Dividend Stock Tracker

Free Cash Flow for dividend stocks are as important as earnings in telling you if the dividends are sustainable or whether the stock can actually payout more

Focus on earnings payout, good business model dividend income stocks

High dividend yield is not always ideal. What matters more is the sustainability of dividends in the long run.

Total Returns Matter

Do not get blindsided by high dividend yield or capital gains. Total return matters.

Find the Dividend Cash King among Telecom Stocks

In this article, we assess the sustainability of dividends using free cash flow, free cash flow margin and dividend payout of free cash flow.

If you like my Dividend Stock Tracker, you would like my Stock Portfolio Tracker! It is a free Google Spreadsheet that tracks all your dividends, buys, sells and stock splits by transactions. Take a look at how you can start creating a dividend stock portfolio with my stock portfolio tracker today!

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Thursday 4th of January 2024

Is your tracker still updated real-time? Seems off compared to yahoo data


Thursday 14th of December 2023

Hi Kyith, I am also adding some questions on the screener - hoping to get your thoughts! 1) Notice you have WACC and ROIC numbers in the dividend screener. Was wondering how you determine these? If ROIC is less than WACC, technically company is destroying shareholder value - would this be the right conclusion to draw from your screener? 2) How is the Earnings Yield calculated? Is this dividends paid / net income? In what way would this be meaningful vs. the other metrics? 3) What is the meaning of "Value of Growth"? Thanks so much in advance!


Saturday 16th of December 2023

Earnings yield is the earnings after tax divide by the share price. The value of growth is based on the book metric that breaks down a ROE into different sub-components that some of the component is the amount of future gorwth.


Thursday 14th of December 2023

Hi Kyith, would you be willing to share your code for the dividend tracker? Would love to create a dashboard to screen target list of dividend stocks on my watchlist. Cheers


Sunday 2nd of April 2023

Hi, thanks for making your hard work available to the rest of us. I've a few questions about your Dividend Stock Tracker: 1) Are you currently holding all those stocks listed in this Dividend Stock Tracker? If yes, are they equally weighted? If not, how do you determine the weightage? 2) What is the significance of the green and red cells in % Column? 3) What is the significance of the dark blue cells?

Thanks in advance for taking time to answering my questions.


Monday 3rd of April 2023

I am not holding these stocks. This was from my dividend investing days. The green and red shows positive or negative. The dark blue shows situations where yields or valuation is extremely attractive range, but you would still have to do fundamental work on them.


Saturday 31st of December 2022

Might be helpful to update PTB for various companies. Aims Apac for example. I made wrong judgement because of this.


Wednesday 4th of January 2023

ok let me check that up

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