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Su Jun Hao

Accountant by training, Startup CEO by day, US Investor by night

Su Jun Hao

Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly

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Accountant by training, Startup CEO by day, US Investor by night

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Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly

Su Jun Hao

Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly

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Stocks Discussion

Investments

S&P 500 Index

NYSE (New York Stock Exchange)

SAXO Capital Markets

Is it more worth it to use TD ameritrade or Saxo to buy US stocks?
Su Jun Hao
Su Jun Hao, Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 16 Apr 2020
Recommend Tiger Brokers instead. But yes, those two are vastly better than DBS/OCBC's brokers.
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Stocks Discussion

Investments

KrisFlyer

Singapore Airlines (SIA)

For the SIA rights issue, is it correct to say that investors can get some cash back if they decided to sell away their rights issue (C6L)?
Su Jun Hao
Su Jun Hao, Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 16 Apr 2020
The cash you get back from selling the rights issue, will be matched by a corresponding fall in share price after all the rights are exercised. There is no way to recover your losses now, unless SIA grows to the size where the larger number of shares is back at your purchase price. (Hint, its not gonna be easy)
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NYSE (New York Stock Exchange)

Investments

Online Brokerages

If I want to start investing in the US market, what is the minimum I should put in to get returns? Is there withholding tax involved?
Su Jun Hao
Su Jun Hao, Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 16 Apr 2020
The beauty of the US stock market is its low fees and low minimum investment. Ill say $500-600 (2x SPY) to start is the minimum. If your a bit lower, consider evaluating a company on your own, and put your entire capital (300-500?) in it.
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Investments

Online Brokerages

Brokerages

Stocks Discussion

FSM One

Is it better to invest by yourself in FundSupermart or iFast?
Su Jun Hao
Su Jun Hao, Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly
Level 4. Prodigy
Updated on 01 Apr 2020
FSM and iFast are owned by the same company. The key question is, do you need help or an advisor to help with your investment decisions. If you know what to buy and at what price etc, stick to FSM. If you would like an advisor to recommend stocks, etfs or portfolios, pick iFast. And I believe you can get around the 3% sales charge. I don’t think you need to pay it.
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Stocks Discussion

Online Brokerages

Trading

Investments

Does anyone have experience doing stock trading using Webull broker for US shares? How do I get started with Webull for their free commission trading?
Su Jun Hao
Su Jun Hao, Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 01 Apr 2020
I think all brokers with free commissions (IBKR Lite, Webull, Robinhood) are all not avaliable for Singaporeans. Do check out tiger brokers or interactive brokers pro.
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Investments

Stocks Discussion

Interactive Brokers

What will be cost of DCA about $200-$500 monthly into IWDA using Interactive Brokers?
Su Jun Hao
Su Jun Hao, Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 01 Apr 2020
$10 a month. Feel free to add in diversification, up to 10 trades a month (cause its $1 each and the min a month is $10).
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Stocks Discussion

Investments

Brokerages

Online Brokerages

ETF

Best Broker for AdHoc Investments in Shares in SG and ETF in US?
Su Jun Hao
Su Jun Hao, Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 01 Apr 2020
For adhoc investments in shares for SG and ETFs in the US, need something that can do both. For brokers with both US/SG, try FSM or iFast. If your willing to split them up, go for Tiger Brokers/Whitelabels for US, and FSM/DBS Vickers for SG.
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Stocks Discussion

COVID-19

Investments

Hi, any idea what is the best top 5 Singapore stocks to invest now and also the top 5 global stocks to invest now?
Su Jun Hao
Su Jun Hao, Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 01 Apr 2020
Best 5 SG Stocks (Please DYODD): - DBS - UOB - OCBCC - Venture Corp - SGX Global Stocks: - Alphabet (Google) - Apple - Microsoft - Amazon - Walmart These are my opinions, and adjusted for an average investor that is reading this.
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Stocks Discussion

REITs

Investments

Considering the impact Covid-19 is expected/has had on the markets, why are the REITs in SGX still going up?
Su Jun Hao
Su Jun Hao, Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 24 Feb 2020
REITs hold quite strong correlation with high yield bonds. Companies pay rental, fixed payments monthly unless they collapse. The only question is who they pay rental too, is it a cheap warehouse or an A-class office in CBD. During bad times, investors (especially yield investors) flee to bonds due to the fixed payment nature. This means that even if companies do badly, they still have to pay their interest or their rental. This is in contrast to normal shares, which you get entitled to a share of the profits (which drops during bad times). This is the reason why REITs gained strongly in 2019, and why it continued gaining this year. But as we speak, REITs are falling (Lion-Phillip is down 1.5% or smth as of this writing). This is likely due to a lot of REITs (especially commercial ones) announcing programs like free parking or rental rebates.
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FIRE Movement

Investments

Stocks Discussion

What are the most suitable investments for a 21 Y/O with no savings and no debts?
Su Jun Hao
Su Jun Hao, Student at Accounting & Finance, Temasek Poly
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 17 Feb 2020
Hi, am an accounting and Finance student as well. If your interested in becoming an analyst or anything investment related, do manage your own money! Evaluate US’s companies cashflow, financials, and invest them. Just take note that you should be looking at US stocks or SG REITs (better risk/return ratio) If a future career in the finance world doesn’t entice you, I would stick to your current contributions in StashAway, and maybe accumulating a warchest for you to pump in (whenever your StashAway balance falls below net contributions or something). Happy investing!
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