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Stocks Discussion

REITs

Investments

What is the largest risk for me if my portfolio is made of 99% REITS?
If your portfolio is made of 99% REITs, there is a risk that all the REITs will undergo a correction at the same time during a market downturn. To put it simply, your portfolio is not well diversified enough. I would recommend a diversified portfolio with different asset classes with low correlations.
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Career

COVID-19

Would now be a good time to change my job given the current COVID19 situation and its impact on the economy?
I don't think it is a good time to change your job now. The public sector should be fine but the private sector (especially the service sector) may have to resort to cutting down of manpower if the outbreak of Covid - 19 drags on for a long time. Moreover, the trade war between China and US is not resolved yet. Huge uncertainty about how widely the virus will spread and how much damage it will do remains. Hence I really do not think it is a good time to change job.
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Investments

What's the most cost effective way to invest in Ireland domiciled ETFs? Best brokerages to do this?
Interactive Broker is recommended to invest in Ireland domiciled ETF because it offers the cheapest commission.
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Stocks Discussion

Investments

Savings

Online Brokerages

Brokerages

ETF

What's the best and most cost-efficient way to invest in Ireland domiciled US ETFs?
Interactive Broker is recommended to invest in Ireland domiciled ETF because it offers the cheapest commission.
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Online Brokerages

Brokerages

ETF

What is the best way to invest in Ireland-Domiciled S&P 500 ETFs?
Interactive Broker is recommended because of cheaper commission.
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Investments

Family

SG Budget Babe

Savings

Savings Accounts

How do you convince your parents that money in the savings account is just rotting away and should be taken out to invest?
My parents are very conservative, so I recommend them to buy Singapore Savings Bonds instead. It is not worth getting into an argument just to persuade them to invest. I do not wish to spoil my relationship with them, knowing very well they have no interest in investment.
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Parenting

Savings

Hello, any financial tips for parents of a young child (3yo) and another one on the way this year end? What would be your prorities, and how much do you set aside for your child's future? ?
Priorities would be to set aside 10% of your monthly income and to invest in REITs and ETFs so that the money could be used in the future for the children's education and daily expenses.
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Lifestyle

Education

Any good data analytics related courses to recommend for using SkillsFuture credits?
You may want to look at the data analytics course conducted by Republic Polytechnic. https://www.rp.edu.sg/ace/skillsfuture-series#data-analytics
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Lifestyle

What is the dumbest thing you've ever spent your money on and why?
The dumbest thing I have ever spent on is $1000 on a property course to equip myself to be a property agent, thinking I could earn more money through selling property. But I did not become one because I was too lousy in sales.
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Career

General

Investments

SG Budget Babe

Dear SG Budget Babe, what's one biggest advice for us 20s to be a millionaire by 30 and what would you have done differently if you were in your 20s again?
Start your investment journey as early as possible in your 20s. I should have started my own investment journey and retirement planning when I was in my 20s.
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