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Ernest Yeam Wee Leong

Singapore's Lifestyle and Personal Finance blogger. Tips on www.justbeingernest.blogspot.com/

Ernest Yeam Wee Leong

Content Creator at https://justbeingernest.blogspot.com/

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Singapore's Lifestyle and Personal Finance blogger. Tips on www.justbeingernest.blogspot.com/

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Content Creator at https://justbeingernest.blogspot.com/

Ernest Yeam Wee Leong

Content Creator at https://justbeingernest.blogspot.com/

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REITs

Investments

Stocks Discussion

Are Ascendas Htrust and Keppel DC Reits still worth investing today?
Looking at the performance of Keppel DC REIT you could see how it is quite defensive and also a growing company https://youtu.be/-5rK-Sx-q3c
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Savings

Lifestyle

Career

Savings Accounts

How do I save for an emergency fund if my income keeps changing?
You can use spending as a guage of the emergency funds. and add a buffer of 30% If you are risk averse, 12-15 months is good I make videos about interesting stuff at youtube here
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Investments

Stocks Discussion

COVID-19

SG Budget Babe

FIRE Movement

Robo-Advisors

SeedlyTV S2E04

What recommendations do you have for new investors?
Whether you prefer active or passive investing go for investment courses to see which method you prefer study how the rich make money from stocks SG stocks that have business overseas will be able to grow faster, tech stocks as well Div yield probably reits or undervalued dividend stocks can give you high yield Stocks like Parkway life reits or industrial reits for dividends I make videos about interesting stuff at youtube here
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Miles

Cashback

SG Budget Babe

MileLion

Credit Cards

Thinking to get a credit card ā€” Cashback or Miles? Currently, I am more geared towards miles but given the situation, I am conflicted. Any advice?
You can get back miles and cashback looking at current situation, cashback would be ideal as it is liquid and mroe valuable now I make videos about interesting stuff at youtube here
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Lifestyle

Family

Savings

Payments

Credit Cards

Debit Cards

Young adults in your 25-28s, what is your current spending per month?
I probably still spend the same amount when i was at 25-28, probably more for insurance. Otherwise spending for other stuff still the same. Currently about $1k per month I make videos about interesting stuff at youtube here
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Investments

General

Stocks Discussion

COVID-19

I am interested in investing but I am not sure if it is a good time to invest now amidst the COVID-19 situation. What do you think? And are there specific markets or investments that I should look into more than others?
Ultimate aim is to invest in good companies So that even if it goes down, it goes up the fastest. I make videos about interesting stuff at youtube here
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SeedlyTV S2E05

Stocks Discussion

Investments

Online Brokerages

I have done my homework and decided on the company to invest, but I'm not sure when to buy and put in my order. How will I know when is the perfect time?
If you calculate that the upside is more than 20%, then can go in, no point waiting cause no one know the lowest. Or you can use TA to decide the entry price. I make videos about interesting stuff at youtube here
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Investments

Education

Lifestyle

Financial Planners

Savings

What's the best way for a university student to "grow her money" while studying?
Go learn from investment courses investment is active unless you go into etf passive investing for ETF no taxes for local sg I make videos about interesting stuff at youtube here
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General

Investments

What's the best way I can grow a spare fund of $10k to offset the $34k of school fees I've to pay at the end of 4 years? ?
You can diversify, put some low risk, med risk and high risk high risk ones stocks and options will give you the highest and fastest returns I make videos about interesting stuff at youtube here
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Investments

Savings

Hello! I'm 22 this year, I managed to save up $53k and I am looking to invest this sum of money and learn more about investing . Greatly appreciate any advice or opinion !!?
Can consider going for investment courses to learn about investment. helps greatly to know how to look at companies and how to invest. otherwise low cost ETF is also good, give you market returns I make videos about interesting stuff at youtube here
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