facebookI'm halfway thru uni and doing part-time during summer break. since i don't need to pay for any insurances/bills yet, do you think it's a good start to invest slowly? E.g. buying etfs every 3 months? - Seedly

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          Anonymous

          18 Aug 2020

          General Investing

          I'm halfway thru uni and doing part-time during summer break. since i don't need to pay for any insurances/bills yet, do you think it's a good start to invest slowly? E.g. buying etfs every 3 months?

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              Rachelle Lye

              Rachelle Lye

              18 Aug 2020

              Level 14·Digital Marketing Associate at Seedly

              Hey there Anon!

              Yes definitely, it's always good to start your investment journey early (trust me, I wish I started when I was in Uni HAHA), especially when you have no liabilities at the moment!

              I think the first thing to do is to figure out how much you are able to set a side every month for investment.

              Following which definitely read up on the ETFs which you are keen on investing in. I see that you tagged STI ETF, that's a quite a popular choice for beginners.

              But it's only upon reading up more that I realised that the STI ETF has very limited growth potential compared to other indexes like the S&P500. So do read up more on the pros and cons, as well as the markets of specific ETFs before deciding!

              Other popular choices right now are Robo-advisors such as Stashaway or FSMOne. You could consider them as well!

              Hope this helps! :)​​​

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                  Definitely ideal to start early if your financial situation allows for it.

                  I feel that uni times are good time for you to explore the financial markets. Stay safe!

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                      Of course! The earlier you start, the better. While it may not be necessary to have emergency funds ...

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