PFF Panel 3
Seedly PFF 2019
Asked on 02 Mar 2019
I would highly suggest that you educate yourself on expectations of investing through equity.
There are a variety of asset classes which you can invest money in. Equity is attractive because of their low entry cost and efficient cost options currently out in the market.
One of the best books ever written is by Jeremy Siegel, "Stocks for the Long Run." It is a book which encompasses over a 100 years worth of financial information, data and analysis of events like WW2, Cold War and policy changes.
Before deciding on income investing, growth or value, I would suggest educating yourself on expectations and managing them based on the asset classes you have chosen.
The best investment is always on yourself. Consultants can automate, but education will go a long way and a skillset which will benefit you monetarily for life.
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Ultra-longterm buy & hold of cheap, large, passive technology index ETFs
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Read about the different types of strategies.
Evaluate to see which one fits into your lifestyle and preference best.
Learn more about that style (through books or courses) and apply it.
Many people start with income investing because it is earlier to pick up, but may move to value or growth investing later on as they develop and refine their own investment processes. It really is up to you.
Nicholes Wong, Diploma in Business Management at Nanyang Polytechnic
Answered on 03 Mar 2019
It depends on your preference. Theres no perfect strategy to invest. Just do your research and see which strategy suits you the most.