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Frankie Scherff
Frankie Scherff
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 2h ago
Corporate bonds are named to be the next bubble to implode

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Frankie Scherff
Frankie Scherff
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 4h ago
Your first stock should not be a stock. It should be an ETF: VOO (Vanguard) or IVV (iShares). Professional fund managers (long term) are not more successful than these. Faites simple! If you need only one security, one of those 2 mentioned is it.

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Junus Eu
Junus Eu
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Answered on 03 Dec 2019
While it's enticing to be enouraged by Buy Ratings, know that analysts will hardly ever put a sell rating. I would go back to the fundamentals - read their annual reports, track their targets and form your own conviction on whether or not it is indeed a buy for you.

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Frankie Scherff
Frankie Scherff
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 5h ago
The consequences will only be short term. quarantaine was criticized, but maybe a good measure. tourism and airline industries will suffer, but not long. if the markets should go down briskly, maybe due anyway and good point to go in (though of course nobody if us is happy for global/human crises)

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Heah Min An
Heah Min An
Level 5. Genius
Updated 1w ago
I only have 2 methods + 1 pre-requisite: Method A: Buy the company for its dividends 👉🏻 use dividend yield method (Google the formula) 💡Determine the yield that you want also you to know the price that you’ll buy this company at Method B: Buy the company for its earnings/cash flow powers 👉🏻 use the discounted method (I.e. over a 10 year period, if I earn $10k each year, should I pay a price of $100k now?) 🔆Pre-requisite: Formulas have always been there. Strangest part is when investors ain’t clear of their intentions of buying the stock. Once I clear this huddle, it’ll a breeze.

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Wilson Nid A Break
Wilson Nid A Break
Level 8. Wizard
Answered 7h ago
Cos singaporeans are too chickened & risk-adverse in DIY investing, also explanined why we tend to favour real-estate investing. So this create an opportunity for insurance companies to offer ILP which looked especially enticing when comparing to the ultra-low interest rates banks had to offer.

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Bad business decisions, divorce, lawsuits, over leveraging, bad estate planning that divides wealth, liquidity problems, over concentration on just one source of income (usually a business), bad values passed down to kids who screw up managing the estate's wealth.

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Rishi Ramchandani
Rishi Ramchandani
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 13h ago
Unfortutely there is no alternative for foreigners to get their employer to match. Some larger companies simply give their foreign employees a yearly stipend that is equivelent to the amount they would be matching you had you been contributing to CPF. But I have only seen this in large multinational companies. Its really unfortunate. I do still suggest you create your own pension fund. Not SRS as there is no real benefit ex the tax and you might as well keep it liquid in case you leave the country (since you are a foreigner). Its a dangerous path to not be aware of this. Plenty of my clients have been living in SG as foreigners for 10+ years and have not been contributing towards a retirmenet fund, it can run away from you quickly. I strongly encourage you create your own. I can help if needed. Goodluck!

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Kenneth Lou
Kenneth Lou, Co-founder at Seedly
Level 9. God of Wisdom
Answered 16h ago
Hey Gabriel! Thanks for asking man :) Unfortunatly for now, we have no plans in the next 6 months to restart SeedlyTV! Instead, we'll be focusing a large chunk of our community efforts on exlcusive workshops, meetups and sessions for our top contributors on Seedly.

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My take on this Portfolio management: - The management of your assets - E.g. stocks, UT, ETF, property, commodities etc - Asset allocation will be the focus here as your allocation will evolve over time Wealth Management: - Would emcompass a wider scope and is more holistic - Includes, but not limited to: Tax planning, Education planning, Legacy planning, Estate planning, Insurance, Charitable giving, Retirement planning - Focuses on growth and/or preservation of your wealth
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