This is my personal strategy that I learned from a mentor: I would recommend investing 50% in a market portfolio like S&P500 ETF as it historically yields 10% return and has a general upward trend. Another 50% can be other individual stocks that you like and see a potential of 10% return. Diversification is always important. There is no reward for bearing unnecessary risks.
I'll save 5% of my income for their future education needs. I'll have a portion of variable return and guaranteed return.
It's important to also make sure parents are sufficiently insured, kids also should consider getting some early Critical illness cover.
Abuse all Govt initiatives like the CDA as well.
Jason Sing, School Of Hard Knocks And Life at School Of Hard Knocks And Life
Answered on 26 Feb 2020
Priorities would be to set aside 10% of your monthly income and to invest in REITs and ETFs so that ...
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