Yup, Syfe's Equity100 is definitely a good option to consider if you're planning to use a robo-advisor! It's one of the only (if not the only) portfolios that offers a 100% position in equity - something that investors with a large risk appetite who want to maximise growth can look towards.
In fact, I'd say that Equity100 is a much better option than an STI ETF in terms of long-term growth potential. Also, Syfe's management fee of 0.65% is lower than DBS's InvestSaver of 0.82%. It's perfectly fine to DCA into both the STI ETF and Equity100, but there's an argument to be made to sell your holdings in DBS InvestSaver and consolidate it onto Syfe - if you really want to get exposure to the SG market, you can always go for Syfe's REIT+ portfolio. Consolidating your investments into Syfe will help you reach the next tier and reduce your annual management fee. Also, it keeps things more simple!
Hope this helps & all the best!
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