Utilities & Bills
10 Jul 2019
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I’D invest some in SGS bonds and some in ETF such as SPDR-STI ES3 index fund as a way to diversify for a start. subsequently when I am more familiar, continue with more stable stocks and REITs.
Hariz Arthur Maloy
07 Jun 2019
Independent Financial Advisor at Promiseland Independent
Hey Anon, SSBs yields are a little low and coupons are paid out bi-annually. If you're looking for some regular passive income, you may want to consider high yield dividend paying funds.
I suggest looking at some High Yield Corporate Bond funds. Dividends of 6-7% are quite common. They pay monthly, and are less risky than investing in equities as well.
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Singapore savings bond is safe to invest.
But you need the right expectation. This SSB is not goin...
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