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Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

Investing a regular monthly amount on a fixed date

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Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

REITs

Gabriel Tham
Gabriel Tham
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Top Contributor (Jun)

Level 8. Wizard
Updated 5h ago
POSB does not have regular savings plan for REITs. POSB Invest saver only has STI ETF and ABF SG bond ETF.

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OCBC

Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

SW
Shaun Wq Lim
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 2w ago
Yes for BCIP, minimum of $100/month for each stock you choose. From website: What do you need to start BCIP? For Cash subscriptions all you need is an OCBC deposit account and a BCIP account. If you wish to subscribe using SRS, you will also need an OCBC SRS account. The deposit account or SRS account will be used to fund investments in BCIP. You do not need to open any securities trading account or Central Depository (Pte) Ltd (CDP) account to start BCIP. If you invest using cash, OCBC Bank has appointed OCBC Securities Pte. Ltd to safe keep your shares in a sub-account. If you are investing using SRS, your shareholdings will be kept in a sub-account in the name of OCBC Nominees Singapore Private Limited.

Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

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General

Ericsson Ting
Ericsson Ting
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 16 Jun 2019
No,it does not haave any underlying management fees per year,only sales charge for more information about the RSS do visit :https://www.dbs.com.sg/personal/ibanking/faq/etf-rsp.page do follow my updates on rss too:http://sonicericsg.blogspot.com/2019/01/post-77week-59investment-project.html

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Singapore Saving Bonds (SSB)

Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

If we are talking about SSB. A lump sum is definitely the better choice. Since capital is guaranteed and that DCA don’t apply here. In fact you have to pay a fee every time you put into SSB. And rate changes every new launch. Doing a monthly investment will also expose you to re-investment risk. If the new rate is really that much better than your rate, just liquidate and re-invest as Hariz said.

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Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

UOB

DBS

Online Brokerages

James Yeo
James Yeo, Founder at SmallCapAsia.com
Level 4. Prodigy
Updated on 11 Jun 2019
https://www.uob.com.sg/personal/invest/unit-trusts/regular-investment.page https://blog.moneysmart.sg/this-vs-that/posb-ocbc-poems-maybank-kim-eng-regular-savings-plans/ no min. $1000 for DBS. yes, generally can pause and stop investing without penalties. https://blog.seedly.sg/regular-shares-savings-rss-plan-faq/ In general i feel UOB's RISP not as strong as DBS and OCBC

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Savings

Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

Alan Kor
Alan Kor
Level 5. Genius
Answered on 04 Jun 2019
1) do u like locking up your money for a period of time? 2) is the guaranteed returns satisfactory to you?

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Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

ETF

You cannot directly transfer the RSP holdings to your CDP account. DBS does not provide that option. The only thing you can do is stop the monthly RSP or sell all your holdings. I suggest to just keep it there if you want to stop investing in the RSP. At least this way you still get the dividends and potential future capital gains.

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Robo-Advisors

Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

Junus Eu
Junus Eu
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Level 8. Wizard
Answered on 27 May 2019
Firstly - what are your investment goals and what is your risk profile like? That would inform how you would look to diversify, and what kind of asset classes you invest in.

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Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

REITs

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Investing in REITs is similar to trading shares on the stock exchange. For trading and investing in best REITs, you must hold 2 accounts namely: SGX CDP account and Brokerage Account. If you are already investing in shares and trading on stock exchange then investing in REITs Singapore will be a cakewalk for you. For complete detail on how to invest in REITs, please check - https://www.mmfsolutions.sg/blog/singapore-reit-alternative-way-invest-singapore-real-estate/

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Regular Shares Savings Plans (RSS)

Jonathan Chia Guangrong
Jonathan Chia Guangrong, Fund Manager at JCG Fund
Level 6. Master
Answered on 05 Jun 2019
I wouldn't touch a reit etf. Ask yourself why do you need to pay a management fee and receive a lower yield when you can just look at the etfs holdings and buy into those counters on your own? Unfortunately with the demise of maybank ke's MIP programme, there is no easy and cheap way to buy into the strong reits here. An alternative, which I'm personally considering is to use their prefunded account to buy into counters. You will need to top up the account before buying stocks but the commission rates are lower.
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