facebookCurrently in my first year of work and have been investing 25% of my monthly take-home into POSB invest-saver & bonds (80% into STI ETF , 20% into SSB) and 25% into savings. Looking to diversify out of SG market once it hits $10k. Suggestions? - Seedly

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Anonymous

18 Apr 2019

General Investing

Currently in my first year of work and have been investing 25% of my monthly take-home into POSB invest-saver & bonds (80% into STI ETF , 20% into SSB) and 25% into savings. Looking to diversify out of SG market once it hits $10k. Suggestions?

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What are your thoughts?

U don't need to invest in overseas. even local can have good investment tool. looking at etf and ssb it only earns u max 5%. if u have cash u can put at other platform like seedin. they are offering 10% P.A. this is the highest i see at the current market compare to stocks saving bonds etc.

You may consider SPDR S&P 500 ETF which listed in SGX...

Jay Liu

Jay Liu

21 Sep 2018

Level 9·Accounting and Finance at ACCA

You could try out robo-advisors for US exposure. Alternatively you can also get HK stocks.

Jason Sing

Jason Sing

21 Sep 2018

Level 10·School Of Hard Knocks And Life at School Of Hard Knocks And Life

Yes, you should diversify into overseas markets such as China and US equities and bonds.

Gabriel

Gabriel

30 Jun 2018

Level 11·Undergraduate at National University of Singapore

Hi, you can consider using robo-advisors (StashAway/Smartly/AutoWeatlh) to diversify your existing i...

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