Tan Wei Ming
11 Jul 2020
Founder and Writer at Frugal Youth Invests
It feels like I am replying to myself haha.
As a beginner, I would either begin in Robo advisor and ETF RSP in US or globally.
Recently, I have shared with my friends on how he could start investing as a beginner. I recommended him using Robo advisor or FSMOne ETF RSP.
We have both agreed that FSMOne's ETF RSP will be better in the long run as the fee structure is different. So in the long run, the cost will be cheaper than using robo advisor as the latter uses AUM.
Honestly, just review between both of them. You can research on FSMOne's ETF RSP or Robo advisors such as Stashaway or Syfe.
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