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Andy Yew

Portfolio Manager at Phillip Securities

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Andy Yew

Portfolio Manager at Phillip Securities

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Andy Yew
Andy Yew, Portfolio Manager at Phillip Securities
Level 5. Genius
Answered on 16 Aug 2019
When we hire a staff, we don’t hire them for Long term. We do periodically review on their performance, if they are good, we keep them for Long ER term.

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Andy Yew
Andy Yew, Portfolio Manager at Phillip Securities
Level 5. Genius
Updated on 18 Jun 2019
Logically it should have positive impact for the US listed stock price Jack Ma is one of the richest Chinese guy (very smart stock investor), in November 2007 Alibaba IPO In Hong Kong, the Share price tripled from hk$13.50 to as high as Hk$39.95 and close at $39.50 In September 2014 US Alibaba IPO, the IPO priced at $68 and opening price is $92.70 So I think they are really smart. Are you excited about 2019 Alibaba IPO? For the US stock, it is better follow the trend with an indicator to determine when the trend start moving up, example price cross above 50 days moving average.

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Andy Yew
Andy Yew, Portfolio Manager at Phillip Securities
Level 5. Genius
Updated on 14 Jun 2019
No perfect answer but here are some choices(or alternatives).. of something you can put in a Low risk portfolio. Please DYODD 1) Phillip Money market funds (currently 1.2874%pa) 2) UT- short term bond funds UOB United SGD- 3 year returns 1.9466%, you can buy lump sum on poems with zero commission (some place charge 1-2% sales charge) 3) STI ETF - Singapore bluechip exchange traded fund. (This probably is higher return with higher risk) about 3% dividend yield 4) Maybe a bit of Astrea V bond- 3.85% coupon 5) short term endowment plan eg. 3 year Aviva 2.25%, 3 year China taiping 2.28% 6) Singapore Saving bonds 2.13%pa if you hold 10years Many choice.. and possible combination.. Better to rebalance the portfolio every 2-3 years to minimise risk and maximise returns because market is ever changing. I can recommend you a Financial advisor from Phillip investor centre Jurong east branch if you need someone to help you.

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Andy Yew
Andy Yew, Portfolio Manager at Phillip Securities
Level 5. Genius
Answered on 11 Jun 2019
It depends on which angle you are looking at.. both are similar in being a diversified portfolio on singapore bluechip. If your capital is small, buying a unit trust on poems will be better as it is zero commission, zero platform fee. So imagine if you put $1000, the whole $1000 will be invested. For STI etf you still have to pay commission like any other stocks However if the UT performance is bad (underperform the index).. then no choice go for the ETF

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Andy Yew
Andy Yew, Portfolio Manager at Phillip Securities
Level 5. Genius
Answered on 11 Jun 2019
Steve Job’s 2005 Stanford commencement video helps me a lot in life/career. Maybe you can watch it on YouTube. (I watched more than 20 times 😂) Some summary here.. 1. Follow your heart and trust that it knows where it's going. 2. The worst thing that could happen might turn out to be the best thing that could happen. 3. If you live each day as if it was your last, someday you'll most certainly be right 4. Time in life is limited. Don't waste it living someone else's life 5. Stay hungry. Stay foolish (my interpretation.. hungry to improve yourselves and foolish to fall forward)

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Andy Yew
Andy Yew
Level 5. Genius
Updated on 10 Jun 2019
You can open a poems trading account (young investor) in Phillip Securities, park your money in the trading account and get higher returns on money market funds(PMMF is the largest retail sgd mmf in the market). Current rates is 1.2712%pa for SGD and 1.9465%pa for USD. No lock in period, returns are calculated daily, no sales charge/administrative fee. This is unconventional for someone at 20y/o will do(because usually nobody tell them). But a lot of our older client with surplus cash do this and it is something I think is the best place to park my idle cash for higher returns, high liquidity(1 day to withdraw to your bank via online/mobile apps) and very very Low risk. More info here: https://smart.poems.com.sg/smartpark/ Oh ya.. we operate the Phillip Jurong East branch, you can pm if you need help.

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Andy Yew
Andy Yew
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Updated on 07 Jun 2019
From what I gather from the retail investors, most people think REITs is too high, so they go for the Low lying business trust thinking they will eventually go up like the REITs. However the high go higher, Low ones continue to fall lower

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Andy Yew
Andy Yew
Level 5. Genius
Updated on 07 Jun 2019
Best world 😂

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Andy Yew
Andy Yew
Level 5. Genius
Answered on 04 Jun 2019
One of the best book in trading - How to Make Money in Stocks: A Winning System In Good Times or Bad. The method is good because it is base on Simple technical and fundamental analysis. However it is more suitable for US stock because the market is more trending. Look for strong earnings growth(current quarter/annual growth) stock with uptrend. New product/service eg. 5G network Buy leader, good volume stock, at the consolidation period using cup and handle pattern. Most importantly... Mid-Long term trade with Stoploss 7-8%
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