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By evankoh posted on 18 Mar 2016  -  7,664 views


Are you keeping track of your portfolio by Excel or some other tedious method? There is a way to do it painlessly, and it even allows you to share it on your own site with just a single line of html code! The best part? It's all available for free!

There are many awesome financial bloggers in Singapore who share their portfolios on their blog. To me, it is to demonstrate that having a good passive income is not rocket science and it is possible for anyone. However, many of these portfolios are often a static web page that is awkwardly ported over from their personal excel sheet to html.

I might not have many years of experience investing in Singapore stock market, but what I do have is decent experience and knowledge in web technologies and this is where I thought I could contribute to the community. Hence I have added a feature to SGXcafe whereby you can easily display your SGX portfolio on your own website with just a a few clicks.

A popular financial blogger in Singapore has already adopted this and is sharing his SGXcafe portfolio on his website. In his recent blog post, he also shared how much he enjoys using SGXcafe. Thank you!

Even if you do not have your own website or blog, you can also easily share your portfolio in SGXcafe. I have just created a page that lists every portfolio shared publicly. All you have to do is decide how much of your portfolio you want to reveal on this page.

In summary, there are just three easy steps to sharing your portfolio:

Step 1: Sign up for SGXcafe.
Step 2: Create your portfolio by entering your past transactions.
Step 3: Go here to decide how much you would like to share.
(Optional) Step 4: Add a line of html code to your own website or blog to embed your own SGXcafe portfolio (see the demo page).

Let's share and walk together in this journey towards financial independence!

p.s.: Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or need any assistance anytime.


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ren - Thanks for sharing! I find your portfolio tracker really useful too!
18 Mar 2016 13:53:40

evankoh - Glad to know that my work have been useful!
18 Mar 2016 20:54:06

seekingprivatereturn - Just discovered this website from HWZ forum. I'm addicted to this website for the past two days, porting my excel transactions here! :]
22 Apr 2016 19:54:36

evankoh - Welcome onboard! Let me know if there is any features that I can add to make it even better for you :)
22 Apr 2016 20:52:55

kkelviin - hi evan, how do you amend dividend amount to scrip?
19 May 2016 18:20:50

evankoh - Hi, you can now manually override your dividends collected. Read this article for more information -> https://www.sgxcafe.com/article/view/39/
19 May 2016 19:11:23

thevaluefund - 15HWW needs to update his url on his blog.:)
10 May 2017 10:18:59

evankoh - @thevaluefund, ? I am not sure if I understand what you are saying.
10 May 2017 10:48:47



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