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What are your opinions on electric truck company Nikola Motors, VTIQ?
I personally feel they got attention because people are trying to find the next TSLA. Fundamentally wise they do not provide the same stability and historical track records as the bigger companies, MAGAF
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Why isn’t there QQQ equivalent of Ireland domiciled ETFs that are “accumulating”?
Is there a line where your draw that when expense ratio is a certain percentage difference then it is okay to go with the US domiciled ETF instead of the Ireland/HK domiciled ETF?? I'm into as many holdings within ETFs as possible (best skewed towards China); Are you able to find these equivalent ETFs in Ireland/HK domicile - China Total: e.g. FLCH, GXC Global IT: e.g. OGIG, PNQI Global CloudComputing: e.g. IVES, WCLD Global AI: e.g. AIIQ, IRBO Global Innovative: SNSR, NERD, GIGE, Global Blockchain: e.g. LEGR, KOIN Global Clean Energy: e.g. ICLN, SMOG Sustainable Agriculture??
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Have we hit the worse in this economy? Will stock markets crash again/dip further?
Hi anon, There's no way to tell for sure. No one has a crystal ball. This depends on how the COVID-19 situation pans out. Instead of wondering if it will happen, ask yourself, if it does happen, are you prepared to act on it accordingly?
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Where can I find the ticker codes for related S&P500 Ireland domiciled ETFs accumulating for total mkt, emerging and large cap?
Lee John

Lee John

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Answered on 18 Aug 2020

You can search on ETF.com or just search the name of the fund + factsheet on Google.
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For companies with strong fundamentals but is extremely overpriced on all counts (E.g. DCF, PFCF, PEG etc), how do you decide when to exit eventually?
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Lee John

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Answered on 18 Aug 2020

When they fundamentally change or you decide to change your portfolio due to change in circumstance (e.g. retirement).
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If you have just $1000, how would you invest it?
Hi anon, I'd probably accumulate more capital and knowledge first. Making 10% on $1000 in a year is just $100. You could probably gain more in your investment journey overall by building up your knowledge, and preparing more funds to invest, either by increasing your savings, or your pay.
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FSM One VS SAXO For US/HK Market - Which broker is better for small investments?
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PillowCase

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Updated on 12 May 2020

FSMone has a sales charge of 0.08% for US and HK stocks with a minimum of USD8.80/HKD50 Saxo charges 0.06% for US stocks with a minimum of USD4, and 0.15% for HK stocks with a minimum of HKD90. Looking at the numbers, it's clear that Saxo is a better choice for the US market while FSMone is a better choice for HK market.
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Has any used FSMOne for local and foreign trading? Is IFast global market is safe to use?
Hey! I work with the people at IFAST and FSMONE as well on a busiess level, so I actually meet the team on maybe every few months. I feel they are well structured and almost MNC level because of their regional presecne and also in Hong Kong. So I don't think you have much to worry about them, if you do a look up on their shareholding strucutre, balance sheets, and also MAS regulation, all sound. I would say if there are two strong candidates for trading platforms-focused companies (online brokerages wise) it would be either IFAST (FSM) or POEMS. (PhilipCapital), very long history serving Singapore based audiences. Apart from the bank affliated platforms.
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Which broker would you recommend for investing in the US stock market with low brokerage fees? What do you think about Etoro?
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Francis Lim

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Answered on 11 Jun 2020

I have not used etoro before but heard only bad things about it. In my experience, there are a few brokers that people recommend to trade US stocks in Singapore. They are IB, Saxo, SCB and more newly, Tiger Brokers.I will list the pros and cons of each broker: IB - one of the most competitive commission and forex rates in the industry, but charges 10 USD in monthly minimum commission if total value of account is below 100k USD. No custody fees Saxo - also has competitive commission rates. 0.75% spread on forex. 0.12% custody fee per annum. SCB - for larger trades, higher commission compared to IB and Saxo. Approximately 0.4% spread on forex. stocks count towards SCB Priority qualification. Priority members get lower commission and no minimum commission. No custody fees Tiger - Cheapest (for now) but also the newest. Coming from China, some might question their trustworthiness. However because they are new they have promotions to attract new users. There's another post on seedly where you can see the details of the promotion - https://seedly.sg/questions/anyone-has-a-tiger-brokers-referral-code Do note if you are investing in Irish-domiciled US ETFs on LSE, Tiger does not offer that at the moment. This may be significant to you as withholding tax is 15% instead of 30%.
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Trying to invest some Chinese A share during this sad pandemic, has anyone heard of Tiger Brokers?
Yong Lun

Yong Lun

Level 6. Master

Updated on 12 Jun 2020

Hi. They are one of the new stock brokers in town licensed by MAS where you can trade S.G., U.S., and H.K. shares. Their trading fee for U.S. shares starts at $1.99, while S.G. shares is chargeable at 0.08% commission with no minimum. Currrently, you cant trade Chinese A shares at this brokerage. You may also find out more about their current campaigns here!
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