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Anonymous

07 Jun 2019

General Investing

I never understood fund sheets. There is so much to learn about investing in stocks. How much should I know about an investment product before I invest in it?

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Jay Liu

07 Jun 2019

Accounting and Finance at ACCA

Read and read. Maybe take an online course/youtube on accounting to learn how to read financial reports. The basic I think 1 should know will be the commission fees, fund managers managing the product, use fundamental analysis to determine whether is it good to invest in, is the price over valued. Most importantly is to read news on news article or simply at SGX to see their outlook/ acquisitions.

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Lim Chun Long Jimmy

07 Oct 2018

Co-founder at PolicyWoke (Traded Endowment Policies)

If you want to invest in stocks but have difficulty understanding fund sheets, an alternative would be to invest via a robo-advisor. In summary, you just need to open an account and fund it, and the robo-advisor's software will do the investing for you. You may refer to the following Seedly reviews to find out more:

https://seedly.sg/reviews/robo-advisors

Jonathan Chia Guangrong

06 Oct 2018

Cybersecurity Trainee at Bank in blue

Fund sheet, for an unit trust? Stay away from this product unless you really like to pay lots of fee...

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