I will structure the portfolio below.
1) SG Dividend stocks (Banks/Reits/Utilities) - 50%
Just to ensure i have a stable cashflow going and SG market is one of the best market for dividend investing
This will be in SGD which helps to hedge against my other overseas investment
2) China ETF - 20%
3) US ETF - 20%
4) Gold/BTC/Commodities - 10%
As a matter of fact, this is how I intend to structure my portfolio once I wanna retire/ FIRE. Currently more hands on at stock picking china/US stocks.
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Thanks Joe! You mentioned not much option for old world industries, etc. however in-line with the theme on upcoming chinese revolution and next decade of global economy growth, what do you think of Kraneshares csi china internet etf? Looks to be at a good discount now considering recently quite a significant drawdown. However its TER see already abit sian... lol
It really depends on risk appetite, but for me, I'll be aiming for a part dividend, part options-selling portfolio in retirement probably, to collect consistent cashflow.
Assuming a 50/50 split between options selling and dividends, a realistic portfolio value to get to 2500/month would probably be about $500,000 - 600,000.
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Thank You Chris! This is so helpful 👍 Noted your advice and have bookmarked the sites for my weekend learning. You have a wonderful week ahead!
My Portfolio for dividend income:
Global Index-based UCITS ETF (30%):
A global etf, such as Vangua...
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