facebookHi I am a NSF, gonna work a year then study uni. I have $2k in SSB and $5.5k in SAYE for this 2 years and still contributing every month, also I have Posb Invest saver. What else should I Invest in? I have 5.5k left and I don’t know what to do? - Seedly

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Anonymous

29 May 2021

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Hi I am a NSF, gonna work a year then study uni. I have $2k in SSB and $5.5k in SAYE for this 2 years and still contributing every month, also I have Posb Invest saver. What else should I Invest in? I have 5.5k left and I don’t know what to do?

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Consider taking more skills and investing in more aggressive holdings.

Depends on your risk/return expectations and risk tolerance. For SGX, go with utilities and government/Temasek-backed companies. Singtel, Capitaland and SBS are my top picks as they represent essential services. SIA, Keppel Corp, Sembcorp a bit risky due to cyclical downturn from COVID-19 at this point in time, where aviation and oil and gas have been suffering.

For US market, tecommend to try diversifying to both tech and non-tech, or if all else fails, just go with a low cost ETF like VOO or SPY to ride out the economic recovery. Do note that you may see sharper swings.

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Victor

26 May 2021

Level 8·Financial Service Consultant at AIA

Colin Lim

Colin Lim

14 Apr 2020

Level 9·Financial Services Consultant at Colin Lim

During my NSF time, i stay in camp and save alot of money in bank... But i didnt do anything to it. 😂

Its good to see you have start doing something and growing your wealth.
First, dont force yourself to buy because you just want to invest that remaining 5.5k
When i ord, i rest 3 months, found a job after another 3 months. Start your planning first.

I would suggest you put a small amount into StashAway, and invest a small amount every month ($100/$200). Since the market is climbing, StashAway gives away higher than normal interests with little risk and no management.

Dyon Yip

Dyon Yip

14 Apr 2020

Level 3·Financial Consultant at Great Eastern Financial Advisers

Hi there!

If I am in your position and this 5.5k is not a necessity for me to use it in near futur...

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