Starting next year onwards, I plan to increase my monthly investment to $3000 per month, and I'm looking to DCA approx $500 every month to each of the following: MBH/ES3/VWRA (or IWDA). Is this a good strategy, will it overlap with my SA robo? Any other recommendations since I will have another $500 spare? Thank you!
21 Dec 2020
Hi lovegood, thanks for your interest in Syfe! You may also consider Syfe's Equity100 portfolio. For one, it is built on a smart beta approach that tilts towards growth, large-cap, and low volatility factors. As such, it contains ETFs like the Invesco QQQ, S&P 500 UCITS ETF, iShares MSCI EAFE ETF and more.
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When it comes to DCA, two key considerations are
1) low cost
You really don't need anything more than IWDA which fulfills the above 2 criterias, for cash investment.
Unless you have SRS, then endowus or StashAway is the right tool to get exposure in S&P
17 Dec 2020
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Switch from robos to DIY once you can increase your monthly investment amount....
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