facebookI'm a NSF getting around $600 per month. I have about $1000 of other income source. Investing in Nikko Am STI ETF, ABF Singapore Bond Index and Smartly. 10k in SSB. And about 6k in CIMB Fastersaver. What else can I do? ? - Seedly

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Anonymous

16 Feb 2020

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I'm a NSF getting around $600 per month. I have about $1000 of other income source. Investing in Nikko Am STI ETF, ABF Singapore Bond Index and Smartly. 10k in SSB. And about 6k in CIMB Fastersaver. What else can I do? ?

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What are your thoughts?

Yes, congratulations.

The STI lagged f.ex. the U.S. S&P 500 (U.S. market = leading market in the world) importantly, you may consider to diversify Your equity allocation to more countries, particularly the U.S., or how about an MSCI World ETF (f.ex. large & cheap ticker: VT)?

See STI versus SP500 10 year performance:

More on my thinking here (though some strategies risky, so think for yourself ...):

https://seedly.sg/questions/what-is-your-genera...

Gabriel Tham

Gabriel Tham

07 Jun 2019

Level 14·Tag Team Member at Kenichi Tag Team

Wow that's great! I think the bottleneck you face is income source. But that will improve when you ORD! NS really pays very little haha...

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Goh Kah Kiat

Goh Kah Kiat

07 Jun 2018

Level 5·Editor-in-chief at Risknreturns.com

You have a great start compared to your peers. I think you just need to increase your income source ...

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