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Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

REITs

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POSB does not have regular savings plan for REITs. POSB Invest saver only has STI ETF and ABF SG bond ETF.

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Whether there is profit or dividends depends on the investing method and funds they choose. The basic premise is usually dollar cost averaging and rebalancing of portfolio automatically. It helps remove the emotional aspect and market timing aspect. Users also do not have to fret over which ETF or which fund to buy. Dividends are typically reinvested to grow the portfolio.

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There is a free version of stockscafe with limited functions. However, I do feel it is really worth to pay for stockscafe. Compared to other portfolio tracking, this is one of the most comprehensive and cheapest option around. It provides alot of insights and reports, upcoming dividends, benchmarking etc If your portfolio is small, you can just use the free one or depend on the default CDP holdings.

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Robo-Advisors

Stashaway

My stashaway referral is www.stashaway.sg/referrals/gabrieltbz

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REITs

There are a few scenarios for shareholders. But please do take action before 3 Oct 2019. If you want, you can request for transfer of shares from CDP to the Hong Kong's share depository. Then you can continue trading the shares on Hong Kong Exchange. Else, you might want to consider selling before the last trading day in SG. If you DO NOT do anything, you will receive PAPER share certificates from Hong Kong. This is the worst situation you want to be in. Because then you will need to open a brokerage account in Hong Kong to deposit the paper certificates.

Brokerages

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Never heard of them. Not much info on them when I searched too. If you are looking for a brokerage service, there are many local ones that are reputable and have been around for very long. You can check out POEMS/Philips, Lim and Tan, DBS Vickers, FSM One, Maybank Kim Eng, UOB Kay Hian, Standard Chartered Online Trading, Interactive Brokers, Think or Swim and many more

Electricity Market

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Do note those electricity retailers are buying from SP. They do not own any power stations or power generating assets, transmission and infrastructure. SP owns power stations, solar panels and other assets. These would entail maintainence costs, upgrading, future investments in power assets as well. People like to complain about SP making huge profits but think about it, if 10 years down, we need a new power station, where does the money come from if SP has no profits? When you do not own or need to build or maintain any assets, you can definitely charge lower.

Investments

I would say build up your savings and capital first. By building up your savings, you would have built up good spending and saving habits. This will carry you a long way in future. If one is unable to save well, then investing is not going to help much in building wealth. Along the way, you can learn more about investing through books, free courses and videos, online blogs.

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I would consider this as very high risk investment. It does look legit but I question the sustainability of the returns. Only invest if you are able to take a loss.

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OCBC

Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

Yes, you need a minimum of $100 to invest with OCBC BCIP. Yes again, you can open an ocbc account for BCIP. Just take note the account minimums and fall below fees if any.
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