Asked by Anonymous
Thinking of 2000 - SSB, 1000 - Temasek Bond, 1000 - ETFs, remaining for emergency funds.
It's a little hard to say, without knowing your financial situation exactly! It depends on:
Whether you have emergency funds
What you have already invested in
If you look around at some of the previous questions, you should always set asaide emergency funds for yourself before investing. Assuming that you have already done that, many of the community members here always advise to always frist invest in yourself.
This means that if you are new to investing, go learn about it first. Never get into something you don't know about!
Put some in Singapore Savings Bond, StashAway and leave some funds in a higher interest account like CIMB FastSaver or CIMB's 1 year fixed deposit account at 1.84%
Temasek Bond which pays a coupon of 2.7% per annum.