Asked on 09 Jun 2020
25 y/o, holding a full time job and going to study part time soon this year (~25K total with bank loan). I only have 29K in my bank (parked all @ SSBEC). Usually after all the expenditure and my insurance, I have $800 left. I will dump $700 into my SSBEC cos of my uni fees (payable after my whole uni is over (no interest rate))
Now Im not sure if i should start investing due to my uni.
Leow Ting Yang, Business Administration at National University of Singapore
Answered on 16 Jun 2020
Would be wise to really understand first before investing - can start w basics such as endowment plans/ saving bonds before you move on to riskier venutres. ATB
You can use this page to do your basic financial guidelines and skeleton.
After-which, you will need to do some financial projections tied to your 10 year financial goals. I started investing when I was 17. As such, I will not use university as a factor to dissuade anyone from starting their investment journey.
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