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Asked on 05 Jul 2020

Should I invest In syfe reit+ 100% or SPDR STI ETF if im looking for dividends?

Syfe REIT+ 100% has an annual fee of 0.65% for the lowest tier, and using DCA(RSP) approach for STI ETF(through FSM one) is lower at 0.3-0.4%(after adding the expense ratio in)? For cost wise, it seems like STI ETF is the way to go, but how about the dividends recieved? Can anyone advise on this?

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Tan Wei Ming
Tan Wei Ming, Writer at Frugal Youth Invests
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Answered on 05 Jul 2020

Aside from the expense ratio of the STI ETF, you have to take into account of other expenses such as commission from purchasing STI ETF thru RSP.

I think taking into account of this, Syfe will be a better choice for dividends.

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06 Jul 2020

Hmm, are there commission charges from FSM One STI ETF RSP? Dont see it
Tan Wei Ming
Tan Wei Ming

06 Jul 2020

It's min 1 or 0.08% whichever is higher. If I am not wrong there will be some SGX charges together with it.