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Asked on 05 Mar 2019

I'm new to investing, looking to start with a basic three-fund portfolio. How can I start?

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Luke Ho
Luke Ho
Level 7. Grand Master
Updated on 07 Jun 2019

I wasn't made aware that a three fund portfolio was basic, unless someone foolishly suggested that an Equity, Bond and REIT 'Fund' should be separate...

You can look for something with low volatility for starters.

https://www.moneymaverickofficial.com/posts/sti-etf-not-good-beginners

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Luke Ho
Luke Ho

06 Apr 2019

Oh, Bogleheads. Ugh. Boring.
Kishor Bhagwat
Kishor Bhagwat

06 Apr 2019

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Kishor Bhagwat
Kishor Bhagwat
Level 5. Genius
Answered on 06 Apr 2019

Press the Start button?!

You seem to have decide on the 3 types of funds.

Decide the Exchange you want to build this on,

Decide the best broker for that Exchange.

Choose the 3 ETFs on that Exchange

Sign up with the broker

Transfer Money

Buy

Monitor, Manage.

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If you know what funds you want, you can head to FundSuperMart, Dollardex, or POEMS to get them.

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