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Dexter Tiah

Founder at whatcard.sg

Dexter Tiah

Founder at Whatcard.sg

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Dexter Tiah

Founder at Whatcard.sg

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Dexter Tiah
Dexter Tiah, Founder at Whatcard.sg
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 21 Jun 2019
I used to hold venture corp. Very volatile, with many people betting on its warrants

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Dexter Tiah
Dexter Tiah, Founder at Whatcard.sg
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 21 Jun 2019
Increase your discount rate in a DCF, or apply a haircut to a peer comp analysis

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Dexter Tiah
Dexter Tiah, Founder at Whatcard.sg
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 21 Jun 2019
If u think its a bull market, then buy it all and hold instead of DCA. Endowus gets you the institutional share class of mutual funds from asset managers, which is a different product from etf (but exposure could be the same)

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Dexter Tiah
Dexter Tiah, Founder at Whatcard.sg
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 21 Jun 2019
If it is cross listed, the hong kong ipo valuation should be close to the us one. Otherwise, it will converge post ipo

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Dexter Tiah
Dexter Tiah, Founder at Whatcard.sg
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 20 Jun 2019
I had like s$3k in my bank account when I ORD-ed. At this stage of your life, I suggest just spending it on interesting experiences, such as living abroad for an unpaid internship. It enriches you as a person, and can potentially capture the interest of employers (which will be your main income stream in the first few years of your working life as you build up your assets)

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Dexter Tiah
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Updated on 20 Jun 2019
I think the best generic ones are stanchart unlimited card and amex true cashback card at 1.5% rebate on all spend, with no minimum. I personally have the stanchart unlimited card and will be getting the amex true cashback the moment i have a s$5k expense (because you get 3% for the first s$5k spent in the first few months. To maximize your rewards, to some general googling because these 2 cards have quite a big of sign-on bonus (i.e. pick your poison, either singsaver, friends referral, etc). If you want to see which merchants give you additional cashback (above and beyond these 2 great general spending cashback cards), check out www.whatcard.sg before your specific purchase, or as general research to which card to get that suits your specific consumption habits

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Dexter Tiah
Dexter Tiah, Founder at Whatcard.sg
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 20 Jun 2019
My personal opinion is that TA is more appropriate for momentum driven stocks, which would be your typical growth / hype stocks (technology, biotech, crypto). FA would be more appropriate for your value stocks (banks, reits). That said, people usually use either one or even both as signals in their decision making process (it lends you a bit of comfort in making the buy/sell decision, because it seems a little more scientific than arbitrarily buying at market last price).

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Dexter Tiah
Dexter Tiah, Founder at Whatcard.sg
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 20 Jun 2019
Get a job that flies you a lot for business trips

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Dexter Tiah
Dexter Tiah, Founder at Whatcard.sg
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 20 Jun 2019
I dont think theres an absolute rule, but check for times of global market stress / consumer staples industry stress and see how the management responded in terms of dividend declared. Also, check that the dividends are less than the earnings (some companies ensure a dividend yield by paying more than their earnings, dipping into their cash, which is not sustainable)

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Dexter Tiah
Dexter Tiah, Founder at Whatcard.sg
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 20 Jun 2019
Cyclical stocks have more earnings during the growth stage of the business cycle. They may then be able to give more dividends. So to answer your question, invest in the stock of listed cyclical companies which the management explicitly said they will increase pay out or that has a consistent track record of increasing dividends when entering a growth cycle
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