04 Jun 2020
I would like to gain some knowledge with regards to how I can invest without any risks involved. I'm a first year medical student and finance/investments aren't my forte so I hope you can excuse my newbie question. I do have a Singaporean uncle here in this country but I'm not close with him at all. I have read about investor's risk profile and I would say that I am very conservative, too conservative that I am not willing to take any risk. I've seen investment options that have high, moderate and low risks but nothing that says no risk. I have a minimalist lifestyle (eats in hawker centres, stays in school dorm, instant noodles, travels via metro) and am not looking to get rich as I am perfectly fine with extremely low rates of returns as long as it is higher than the HSBC Premier Savings Account I have right now which earns 0.1% interest rate. Would appreciate any feedback given. Thank you so much ^_^
You could do it all by Yourself, mostly with passive indexing ETFs,
but the sum is so high, that I feel You better discuss all details of
optimum strategy with a fee based independent financial adviser.
Never buy (or let buy) mutual funds/unit trusts b/o underperformance and higher fees.
Maybe Stock ETFs, REIT-ETFs, physical gold and property would be the best asset allocation in Your case.
04 Dec 2019
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To play it smart with SDIC, become a privilege/premier/HNW account that allows you to
Remember I mentioned SDIC?
Each Bank account will secured you a $50k protection so in a way your money will not be defaulted to Zero from the Premier Amount you deposited.
In a way, the more bank account you have in SG covered by SDIC, you get a certain amount of protection.
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TBH, once you have that amount of money, you can be sure that said wealth managers will be able to find you and offer their services. I only have a tiny sliver of $14.7m in bank accounts but strangely was assigned to talk to pretty wealth managers on products to buy.
Like you say, if you are not looking to get richer than you are, don't want to take risk and are ok with anything higher than the HSBC Premier Savings Account, then I would recommend Citibank Maxigain Savings Account. With the step-up interest, you would be able to definitely earn more than 1%. That said, it's only up to the first $150k I believe.
Then put your money into other high yield savings accounts or FDs. That's about all I can recommend if you want no risk.
Also, loving that minimalist lifestyle, but invest in your health and don't eat too much instant noodles. You are a medical student after all! ;D
You can use it to generate a second stream of income by investing it in dividend payout funds. Constant 5% payout pa. Imagine getting
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I can understand your situation somewhat feeling lost not being sure whom to ask or seek advice from...
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