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Jeremy Chia Ming Wen

I and my partner run the www.thegoodinvestors.sg. We hope to educate the public on good investing practices.

Jeremy Chia Ming Wen

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I and my partner run the www.thegoodinvestors.sg. We hope to educate the public on good investing practices.

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Stocks Discussion

Investments

Personal Finance Books

Investment Courses

What is your number one investment book to read for a beginner?
Jeremy Chia Ming Wen
Jeremy Chia Ming Wen
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 05 Dec 2019
As a beginner who was interested in an aggressive portfolio to grow my wealth, what I really wanted to know was: What does a stock represent? What is a stock market index? How do i pick the right stocks to invest in? How to analyse a company using a fundamental-based approach The book that helped me answer all these questions was Peter Lynch's "One up on Wall Street". Peter Lynch was a legendary fund manager who managed the Magellan Fund from 1977 to 1990. During his tenure, the fund had an annualised return of 29%. We are lucky that such a successful investor was willing to share his secrets to the investing public.
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Investments

Stocks Discussion

What website to use for stock information?
Jeremy Chia Ming Wen
Jeremy Chia Ming Wen
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 02 Dec 2019
For stock analysis, I like the Motley Fool, Seeking Alpha and Morning Star. These sites provide fundamental research on companies in an easy to digest format. For stock fundamentals, such as PE and PB ratio, I believe Morningstar has a good summary. However, it may not be the most updated. I think the best thing to do is to use the latest earnings updates to calculate this yourself.
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Investments

Savings

Lifestyle

Stocks Discussion

Savings Accounts

Investment suggestions for 20yo female undergrad who has $60,000 in savings?
Jeremy Chia Ming Wen
Jeremy Chia Ming Wen
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 02 Dec 2019
Hi, it looks like you are a candidate for a more aggressive portfolio. You tick all the boxes. Based on your description, you are a (1) young investor with a long investment horizon, (2) high income generation from your tuition and (3) have a tolerance to higher volatile assets. Based on your profile, I think you can consider putting some of your investments into low-cost index-tracking ETFs such as Vangaurd Funds. You can also consider REIT-ETFs that give you exposure to the REIT market in Singapore. If you want to manage your own portfolio and invest in stocks. I suggest reading One up on Wall Street by Peter Lynch, a great book for beginners. It will help you get familiar with how to pick stocks that can do well over the long-term. I invest solely in stocks and I detailed why my portfolio is so stock-heavy in an article I wrote on my blog. Hope this helps! And happy compounding!
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Investments

Stocks Discussion

Robo-Advisors

Is Stashaway Income Portfolio investing a good platform?
Jeremy Chia Ming Wen
Jeremy Chia Ming Wen
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 02 Dec 2019
Stashaway is one of many robo advisor platforms in the market. Basically a robo advisor manages your investments by parking in them into a variety of exchange traded funds based on your risk profile. The robo advisor charges a small fee to help allocate your funds into a fixed portfolio. The fee does include transaction fees related to buying and selling the ETFs and any ongoing rebalancing fees. For investors who want a fuss-free approach, Stashaway and the other robo advisor platforms may be a good approach. For investors who want better returns and more control over your investments, a more hands-on DIY approach will be better. I wrote a longer article on some of the pros and cons to roboadvisors on my blog.
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