10 Sep 2020
-medium risk appetite
-bare minimum funds taken out for investing
-aiming for long-term passive investing for now
ETFs, Equities, Bonds
0.2% to 0.8% p.a.
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Assuming you don't have a high starting lump sum, you can consider going for Stashaway's core portfolio for global exposure and Syfe's S-REITs portfolio with ARI to hedge against currency risk.
Alternatively, you can consider Stashaway simple and Syfe's global portfolio.
As to how much you should allocate to each portfolio, it depends on you. However, I don't think you should opt for Stashaway's core portfolio and Syfe's global portfolio or equity100 at the same time as there are some overlaps. So if the US market underperforms you're going to see both your portfolios dipping quite a bit, which is why I recommend the other investment to be in the SG market denominated in SGD