07 Jun 2019
I have savings of 2 years of my current salary and my only debts are a car loan and my HDB loan (less than a year left to pay). I have no investments.
Jonathan Chia Guangrong
07 Jun 2019
Cybersecurity Trainee at Bank in blue
Learn to invest on your own. Why take the chance of having your funds locked up in an endowment that offers uninspiring returns? Not to mention costly funds that won't lead to something decent? Buying into a few reits and ssb may potentially offer something on par if not better, returns wise, with the option to liquidate without much costs. Do examine the reits to see if they fit what you are looking for before buying into them. Hope this helps
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20 Dec 2018
Marketing Strategist at https://www.bestseo.sg
Ultimately, it depends on your time horizon, your risk appetite, and your budget before you can determine what you should invest in. 👍🏼Cheers, all the best for your investing journey
Low cost index fund investing (into STI ETF) makes a lot more sense by keeping fees to a minimal. Th...
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