Singapore Saving Bonds (SSB)
Asked on 05 Nov 2018
Should I place it in robo or blue chip?
May be you want to do it all by yourself, it's not so difficult.
you could read here and study (listen) the links, particularly that pdf-book mentioned:
If you still have 1k, i strongly suggest that you first save up to 6 months of expenses in a bank account as a rainy day fund.
If you have already done so, perhaps you can spend more time on your own personal education to have a deeper understanding of investments so that you are able to utilise your money better. With prices tumbling down since the start of this year, it may be a good opportunity to start picking out undervalued stocks when the crisis do come!
As my friend Kenichi says, go for certainty first. SSB and temasek bond is a good start. Savings is the mother of all investment. Save up more, then with more capital you can reduce your investment cost too
05 Nov 2018