Asked on 15 Jun 2020
You might want to opt for a Regular Savings Plan with the different brokers and see which ETF you can track and do a monthly DCA.
The other option is a 100% investment-based ILP whereby you can opt for a variety of ILP funds and do a monthly DCA too. Make sure you do this with a trusted agent and evaluate the fund performances. Information of the fund performance can often be found in the insurer website.
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Google for roboadvisors seedly.
if you looking for specific ETF, maybe u can find Kristal.AI
if you want those roboadvisors to do their overall general ETF, the choices even wider.
go for the as low cost as possible. Do note many insurers, fund managers, Unit trusts from banks etc, if u study their fund fact sheet, their fund manager costs are usually higher than the ETF or robo funds etc
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