06 Jan 2020
I read a few books on investing and they all seem to gear towards passive investing through diversification via stocks and bonds across markets (reallocation based on % depending on your time horizon), and the need for low fees.
Endowus seems to tick the boxes for most (if not all). I wonder what is the maximum funds you can hold on Endowus, and if there is anything negative that you need to be aware of? Seems all positive on the web so still thinking it is too good to be true!
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The magic of compounding effect also seem too good to be true lol!
Shengshi Chiam, CFA
06 Jan 2020
Personal Finance Lead at Endowus
I am a big passive investor myself, and I diversify across stocks and bonds. That has been my investing principle before I join Endowus. I can assure you that other than the part on cost (we are still growing!), we pretty much tick all boxes for long term, diversified, consistent investing approach.
There is no maximum funds you can hold with Endowus (you might be interested to know that we started off as a platform with minimum investment of $100k).
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