facebookWith 10k in seed money I would like to start a portfolio of dividend yielding stocks such as Singtel, REITs etc. Any advice for this investing strategy for a new investor and beginner? - Seedly
Seedly logo
Seedly logo
Β 

Advertisement

Anonymous

10 Jun 2021

With 10k in seed money I would like to start a portfolio of dividend yielding stocks such as Singtel, REITs etc. Any advice for this investing strategy for a new investor and beginner?

With 10k in seed money I would like to start a portfolio of dividend yielding stocks such as Singtel, REITs etc
May I have advice on recommendations and allocations ?
And which platform to use? Any advice is kindly looked forward to

8

    Discussion (8)

    What are your thoughts?

    I am not expert on the Singapore market, however the singapore S-REIT's dividends seem very attractive on global comparison, however inflation should also be acknowledged.

    Anyway I would not recommend single equity investing but rather ETFs,

    like the (mostly Singapore focused) Lion-Phillip S-REIT.

    When thinking of dividend yielding stocks you should consider that dividends are only one part of stock investing, also the rise/fall of the stock price (= capital appreciation) must be considered. The following chart compares the 10 year price performance of the U.S. SP500 to one Singapore stock index ETF: Nikko AM Singapore STI ETF

    The latter is almost a flat-liner compared to SP500, so maybe with Singapore stocks You have nice dividends but almost no capital appreciation or even losses.

    The SP500 as an ETF (f.ex. VOO or IVV) currently has also nice dividend distribution (up to 2.0%).

    Reply

    Save

    Share

      View 1 replies

      V

      Victor

      10 Jun 2021

      Level 8Β·Financial Service Consultant at AIA

      A well diversified portfolio will be good from income

      Reply

      Save

      Share

        Alex Chua

        Alex Chua

        29 Feb 2020

        Level 9Β·Seedly student Ambassador 2020/21 at Seedly

        One of the thing u may want to consider is cost when building your portfolio. The cheapest transacti...

        Read 6 other comments with a Seedly account

        You will also enjoy exclusive benefits and get access to members only features.

        Continue with Facebook
        Sign in with Apple

        Sign up or login with an email here

        Write your thoughts

        Advertisement