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If I am currently earning x% interest in the bank, is there a reason why I would buy SSB now even though it will take at least 4 years to achieve more than x% average return per year? ?

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    • Jin Shun Chia
      Jin Shun Chia, Senior Financial Consultant at Prudential
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      Answered on 16 Aug 2018

      The only reason you'll do this is when you have more confidence that the bank will not be raising interest rates for the next 4 years!

      To that, no one would know the answer. Past performance is not indicative of future results, this investment tip applies to your question. :)

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