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Tan Wei Jie Shawn
Tan Wei Jie Shawn
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Answered on 29 Jun 2018
Bonds (Government such as SSB and corporate ), equities (STI ETF, Blue Chip stocks), P2P Lending (at a rather infant stage) and many more you can research on! :)

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Tan Wei Jie Shawn
Tan Wei Jie Shawn
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Answered on 29 Jun 2018
The most important thing is never how much you invest but the investment horizon you are looking at (whether or not you are able to ride out the market crashes along the way). :)

Investments

Tan Wei Jie Shawn
Tan Wei Jie Shawn
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Answered on 29 Jun 2018
Hi, in order to save on the transaction costs, you could pile up the allocated amount for your monthly SSB and lump sum invest when you see that there is a favourable interest rate at a particular month that suits your investment horizon. :)

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Tan Wei Jie Shawn
Tan Wei Jie Shawn
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Answered on 18 Jun 2018
It is wise to understand/research the blockchain technology behind crypto before investing in any of them.

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Tan Wei Jie Shawn
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Answered on 18 Jun 2018
It depends on one’s risk appetite and whether one is comfortable to invest in REITS in the first place.

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Tan Wei Jie Shawn
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Answered on 18 Jun 2018
It is wiser to buy low and sell high.

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Tan Wei Jie Shawn
Tan Wei Jie Shawn
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Answered on 18 Jun 2018
Try using POSB InvestSaver or OCBC Regualr Savings Plan to minimise transactional costs compared to buying it straight using your CDP account when investing a smaller sum.

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Tan Wei Jie Shawn
Tan Wei Jie Shawn
Level 2. Rookie
Answered on 18 Jun 2018
You may look into blue chip stocks or bonds to diversify your portfolio :)
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