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Robo-Advisors

Savings

Gracelyn Lee
Gracelyn Lee
Level 1. Freshie
Answered 2h ago
Fund Managers are all Licensed to manage funds. Funds are all put into a Trust.

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Investment Courses

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Jackie
Level 2. Rookie
Answered 9h ago
You don’t need to pay to learn. All the information is out there, you don’t need much time to learn it either. Why do you need to pay someone with free information lol

Retirement

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Jackie
Level 2. Rookie
Answered 9h ago
Plan too simple. Lack of investment factors and insurance protection.

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Jackie
Level 2. Rookie
Answered 9h ago
Gold price is going up, what are you talking about

Stocks Discussion

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Trading

Stocks

Try to stay away from penny stocks. Many people get burned there. No liquidity, can be suspended or halted anytime then you will be stuck. Short term or long term depends on yourself and your strategy. Which ones are you good at? There are successful day traders and forex traders, there are also successful long term investors.

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Trading

Gabriel Tham
Gabriel Tham
Level 8. Wizard
Updated 5h ago
Sounds like a good plan if transferring costs more. I don't see any other alternative here. If you intend to hold long term, then a 1 time fee to move the shares to a cheaper custodian is definitely a wise choice.

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Milton Tan
Milton Tan
Level 2. Rookie
Answered 3d ago
It depends what you are looking for and there are more scams than legit ones. Those that are legit are well-kept secrets.

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Stocks Discussion

Paul Wootipong Chew
Paul Wootipong Chew
Level 2. Rookie
Answered 3d ago
This is one book that every investor should read. The author has simplified complication investing terminology into simple and digestible content, where one can just understand easily and execute. The book covers real-life case study, where you get to understand how to evaluate a company, it's growth potential, quality of business and how it generate profit. And to add on, it covers so much investing hack where you can just refer to the metrics that they have provided, and apply on the various industry right away. Disclaimer: I bought the book myself recently, and I love every single chapter of it. The authors summarized his years of investing experience into this bible of investing. I hope the book will serve you as much value I do!

Stocks Discussion

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Price to earnings ratio is a measurement of valuing the company relative to the earnings per share. So if your PE ratio is 15, you'd expect that for every dollar invested, it will take 15 years for the company to make that dollar back. As the company makes money, they may decide at their discretion to retain the profit for future expansion, repay debt, or distribute part or all of it to you. If they distribute in the form of dividends, that would be the dividend yield. So a stock of P/E 15 with a yield of 4% would pay you your $1 invested over 25 years (1/0.04=25).
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