facebookI'm currently a student without much savings. Should I save the money until I have a sizeable capital, or bite the bullet and sign myself up for an online investment course which intake closes soon? - Seedly

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Anonymous

18 Dec 2019

General Investing

I'm currently a student without much savings. Should I save the money until I have a sizeable capital, or bite the bullet and sign myself up for an online investment course which intake closes soon?

As I do not have much capital to begin with, I might not be able to practise what I've learnt from the course, hence leading to my hesitation. Which should I choose?

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What are your thoughts?

Save and study at the same time.. there r many cheap or free courses by sgx, dbs vickers, maybank kim eng, etc.. u can also start readying some investment books for starters(just Google it and u will have a list).. while learning.. save n plan your finances.. U also need to plan other things like insurance.. learn how to build a finance portfolio.. n most important enter the market correctly so that u will build up ur confidence in investment and not get urself burnt and have the fear of investing after that..

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Agree with the comments here saying there are plenty of good, basic free courses online, and books. Can start with those first before shelling out money for a more advanced course.

Nicholes Wong

Nicholes Wong

12 Nov 2018

Level 10·Diploma in Business Management at Nanyang Polytechnic

I think you should learn how to invest through google first and then once you start working save up ...

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