I have money set aside for emergency funds, and also in to STI ETF and SSB. Looking to move on to my next step of investment. Should I go for dividend stocks or growth stocks? - Seedly

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Asked on 29 Jan 2019

I have money set aside for emergency funds, and also in to STI ETF and SSB. Looking to move on to my next step of investment. Should I go for dividend stocks or growth stocks?

Especially since I lean more towards the risk adverse side, and also don't have a lot of time to monitor my stocks

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Lok Yang Teng
Lok Yang Teng
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Answered on 29 Jan 2019

Growth stocks. More often than not, dividend yield will increase as the company grows (thereby increasing dividend and share price). Dividend stocks are generally blue chip stocks with low potential for growth but maintain steady appreciation. Some are overvalued so beware.

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