26 Mar 2020
Most people here have been saying to get STI ETFs (SPDR STI ETF and/or Nikko AM STI ETF) but will REITs be a better choice?
My risk appetite is adverse but willing to keep an open mind on being risk moderate. In terms of current emergency funds, I have enough to survive for up to 6 months having worked for more than1 year.
Any advice especially in light of COVID-19? Also, considered getting SSB but returns are only 1.85%.
Hey Anon, congratulations on the start of your investing journey. Why not consider setting up a RSP for both STI ETF and REITS since most of the indexes have dropped quite a bit due to the coronavirus. For REITS under DBS' Invest Saver, you can consider Nikko AM-StraitsTrading Asia ex Japan REIT ETF (CFA).
Check out this thread for a comparison - https://seedly.sg/questions/which-s-reit-etf-wo...
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