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Anonymous

10 Apr 2021

Hello Dora! I've just started working for a couple of years and am in my mid-20s. Want to start investing but don't know much about it. In your opinion, when is the best time to start investing?

Is there ever a best time for investing?

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    Lim Boon Tat

    Lim Boon Tat

    10 Apr 2021

    Level 10·Mathematics at Cambridge University

    Best time was yesterday, second-best time is today. If you have some spare cash lying around that you dont foresee yourself needing for the next 5 years, it's time to send it out to work.

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      Dora Seow

      Dora Seow

      09 Dec 2020

      Level 5·Country Head, Singapore at Franklin Templeton

      When you’re young and have little dependents or commitments, it’s the best time to invest. But do so prudently and always best to ensure that one has spare cash for a rainy day. The 60/40 rule (invest 60% and keep 40% in cash) is not a bad one for the young.

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