Asked by Anonymous
Asked on 11 Sep 2018
My first investment was NikkoAm STI ETF. Started with $100 a month and now higher. I'll still invest in STI ETF but will invest way higher as it reach 3.70+ at one point in time.
Didn't do any investing until I graduated and became a financial planner. Bought a ilp back then, with about 100 per month. Switched funds multiple times since.. On hindsight, I would have saved more before buying into reits in a lump sum. There were nothing like posb investsaver or maybank ke's monthly investment plan back 10 years ago. Maybe Philip securities' monthly share builder plan was available back then, but the fee was quite high.
My first investment was Nikko AM ETF, $100 per month. At that time I was just starting out so I didnt want to lose all right at the beginning.
If I were to make my first investment again, I would still buy ETF but will choose and research the ETF more thoroughly before buying it.
My first ever investment was in Nike Inc, ($NKE) after carefully analysing their valuation (not from hearsay). I bought them for US$80 and sold it for US$101 after 4 months.
Best investment ever!
If I were to start my first investment today, I would look at the stocks of Chinese companies on HSI.
First was after finishing studies and waiting for the 1st day of my full time job to begin.
was $2k - it was simpler time back then and I could watch the market depth and basically see which was my order and when it was matched.
Today again - I'd say so much more comfortable with markets so really any number is ok - it really depends on how much capital I am playing with. I'd probably do more REITs
Invested first 5k of my cpf I think I lost money the value should be 4K ish currently :(
i would the 5k into CPF SA instead
The first investment I made was in M1, and that was 3 years ago. I started small, and invested about $700 in it. Did not do much research on it and got burned haha.
If i were to make my first investment again today, I'd probably get one of the REITs! :)
The first investment I made was through a robo advisor, Smartly as it caught my attention of being able to invest outside of the Singapore market along with low fees. If I were to make my first investment again today, I would set up a RSP (POSB investsaver) to DCA into STI ETF along with Stashaway and Smartly
My first investment was to buy STI index 3 years after graduating cos at that time I didn't know anything and my uncle said they were good for dividends and stable😂 I wish I started earlier though! I still think STI index is a good buy so I would do it again, or start earlier with a regular savings plan!