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  • Started using StashAway since early last year. I consistently invest monthly while keeping track of the portfolio price. I'll try to time the 'lowest point' for that month and invest that day morning to get the price I want when the company invest it on that same night. Have been a good simple strategy for me so far! Feel free to sign up with my link and we'll both get up to $10,000 SGD managed for free for 6 months! bit.ly/2kwrwJE
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    Clair Hsu
    Clair Hsu

    10 Aug 2019

    How do you check it’s the lower point of the month of the profolio you bought?
    Marrior
    Marrior

    10 Aug 2019

    Hey! I use investing.com to keep track of the portfolio that StashAway invested for me. I'll always wait for a slight market pullback (what goes up comes down, when market corrects, trump tweets ;p or etc) before investing and always try to avoid a short bull run (values consistently goes up for days).
  • Updated on 14 Jul 2019
    Currently investing via dollar-cost averaging with StashAway at $100 per month. Love the simplicity and diversification at affordable fees! Used a promo code so there'll be no fees for 6 months. Love the mobile app as it allows me to track and monitor my portfolio anytime on the go. Will make ad-hoc deposits should the market dip.
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  • Posted on 06 Jul 2019
    It's an easy platform to register and get started with. It's suitable for busy young students like me.
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  • Updated on 04 Jul 2019
    Just started out with Stashaway, instructions were clear-cut and website/mobile app UI is smooth and user-friendly. Also the helpline staff were quick to response any questions that i've asked.
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  • Posted on 01 Jul 2019
    User friendly and easy to understand app for newbies like myself. Love it and will highly recommend to others!
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  • Posted on 01 Jul 2019
    I heard about StashAway long time back and they are one of the first few to get MAS approved license. I didn't put my money with StashAway until I met Freddy at one of the events at SMU. I like how they have a lot of session for education and the UI is nicely done. Statements and mobile app is top tier.
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  • Posted on 01 Jul 2019
    I joined stashaway since May 1st. It has been doing well so far despite the US-China trade war impact. Key things: MAS regulated, no minimum fund requirement, management fee between 0.2% to 0.8% annum. The average return differs from your personal portfolio, however it showld be between from 4% to 8%. Take away the mgmt fee, it is still 3% to 7%. They rely a lot on US Equities, so there are two things which will impact the overall performance. First is the US market, and the second is sgd to usd rate.
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  • Posted on 01 Jul 2019
    So far so good. Have started with Stashaway for about 5 months now and I gotta say the process is quick and updates honest and frequent. This gives me an easy way to get a global diversified exposure with my CPf SRS account!
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Nothing about the platform, but instead, are you ready to start investing? My main concern with many retail investors using passive based instruments is that because markets have been doing well, everyone can show fantastic 10 yr annualized returns, but when we see a 20-40% drop, many will sell off because it's just too easy, only a press of a button away. So my question is that if that happens, what do you do? Will you say Stashaway is bad? You can't, because they just follow the global market. So figure out the game plan before investing a single dollar in any product.

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Loh Tat Tian
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A lot of people are in the red now. I agree with the Nicholas and Yang Teng. I'm comtemplating to increase my monthly contribution precisely because the market is falling (this is a method done called, dollar cost averaging). The method works because we anticipate all these indexes to rise again after a few years. But never, ever DCA into a stock, unless you are sure it will not bankrupt and will rise again as a superstock.
About StashAway
OperationsMAS Capital Market Services Licence (CMS100604-1)
MethodologyEconomic Regime-based Asset Allocation (ERAA)
FeesBetween 0.8% to 0.2% of total invested per year
MinimumNo minimum to start

About StashAway

StashAway started in the year 2016 by ex ZALORA Group CEO, Michele Ferrario and ex Nomura MD, Freddy Lim.

It is Singapore’s intelligent, automated digital wealth manager that personalises, rebalances, and optimises your portfolio so you can reach your goals.

Method of investing for StashAway

StashAway adopts an Economic Regime-based Asset Allocation™ method.

It is an investment strategy that harnesses economic trends to maximise your returns at the risk level that feels right to you.

Minimum investment and fees for StashAway

StashAway has no minimum balance required. This means that any amount of investment is welcomed.

StashAway charges a management fee ranging from 0.2% to 0.8%.