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Anonymous

Edited 05 Mar 2022

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Which is the etf you will recommend if I would like to lump sum $5000 now, and dca $500-$1000 range every month moving forward?

Profile: Early 30s, no debts, ok to invest for next 15-20 years. Using IBKR to trade.

Wondering if it’s worth the hassle for me to get ireland domiciled etfs when all my other investments are US stocks (I have only USD now), or just go for US etf?

Thanks!

Discussion (8)

What are your thoughts?

You can pick gold/ commodities - EFTs RSP or lump sum in FSM one

Vanguard total world ETF (VT) is a good option, a simple way to own equities all around the world. If you prefer Ireland Domiciled ETF listed on the London stock exchange, choose VWRA. Do note that Brokerage fees for the US exchange are way lower. There are also way more brokers in SG offering the US stock market.

For S&P500, Ireland domiciled is much better, others just stick to US

The estate tax for US, its not that scary anyway, as long as someone know your username/password before you pass away~ because theres no way for US to track it, less than 1000 people reported it for past 3 years 🌚

LD

LD

10 Mar 2022

Healthcare at SG

Yes I agree with Fred and Samson. Fred gave a detailed explanation on why Singaporeans should only invest in UCITS ETF.

Don't buy US-domiciled ETFs. They come with higher tax on dividend even reinvested (30% tax) and you...

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