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Stanley Lim

Co-founder and CEO of Value Invest Asia.

Stanley Lim

Co-founder at Value Invest Asia

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Co-founder and CEO of Value Invest Asia.

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Co-founder at Value Invest Asia

Stanley Lim

Co-founder at Value Invest Asia

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Stocks Discussion

Investments

Career

Stanley Lim
Stanley Lim, Co-founder at Value Invest Asia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 3w ago
I was an engineer before, and I feel joining the CFA community really benefited me in term of job hunting. Apart from having the right skills, having a good network is very important in finding your dream job. good luck

Investments

FSM One

Brokerages

Stocks Discussion

Annual General Meetings (AGM)

Stanley Lim
Stanley Lim, Co-founder at Value Invest Asia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 3w ago
You would need to tell FSMone to sign you a proxy form before you can attend. Make sure the proxy form is submitted to the company so that they know you are coming. If not you will be deny entry

Investments

Stocks Discussion

Stanley Lim
Stanley Lim, Co-founder at Value Invest Asia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 3w ago
I have been using Yahoo Finance, they are pretty good if you just want to keep track of the current status of your portfolio. But they do include dividend returns

Savings

Bank Account

OCBC

UOB

CIMB

ETF

Singapore Saving Bonds (SSB)

REITs

Investments

Stocks Discussion

Stanley Lim
Stanley Lim, Co-founder at Value Invest Asia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 3w ago
Cash is the lowest return asset but also the most liquid. So do have enough cash for emergency purposes. But beyond that, it is better to start investing in higher return assets like stocks or properties

Stocks Discussion

DBS

Investments

Stanley Lim
Stanley Lim, Co-founder at Value Invest Asia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 3w ago
Starting with blue chip stocks are great. High quality business tends to do well over time. You can definitely start with just one stock, but as you invest, do remember to diversify your portfolio

Stocks Discussion

Investments

Stanley Lim
Stanley Lim, Co-founder at Value Invest Asia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 3w ago
Depending on your time frame. If you are a long term investor, it is always a good time to start investing. Because as time passes, the timing risk of investing will diminish.

Personal Finance 101

Finance Savvy

Lifestyle

Stocks Discussion

Investments

Insurance

Financial Planners

SG Budget Babe

Stanley Lim
Stanley Lim, Co-founder at Value Invest Asia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 18 Dec 2019
You are your biggest asset, so #1 always invest in yourself to see how you can upgrade your skills and knowledge so that you can have a higher earning potential in the future. #2 Don't overthink your investment, starting is more important than doing it perfectly. #3 Delay your house purchase

Stocks Discussion

Stanley Lim
Stanley Lim, Co-founder at Value Invest Asia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 18 Dec 2019
ETF is the way to go where you can get instant diversification.

Investments

Stocks Discussion

Stanley Lim
Stanley Lim, Co-founder at Value Invest Asia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 18 Dec 2019
Definitively, the beauty for investment income is that there is no limit to how high you can go. While our salary tend to hit a ceiling as we progress in our career.

Investments

Stocks Discussion

Stanley Lim
Stanley Lim, Co-founder at Value Invest Asia
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 17 Dec 2019
Passive Investing has been gaining in popularity. It is not to say active Investing is dying. In fact, active Investing has also been growing, just at a lower rate than passive funds. Over the past decade, passive funds have indeed been outperforming active funds on the average, mainly due to their low cost model. However as passive funds gain in popularity, there is also the risk that a bubble will form around passive funds, where investors just invest passively without any consideration on the underlying business or valuation. If and when a bubble is to burst on passive investing, then maybe investors might turn around again to look into active investing again.
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