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Old 27-11-2017, 02:27 PM
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to gurus out there,

i am a happy go lucky 34 years old chap , that is now starting to save and doing some investment in order to beat inflation, but so far i only bought some blue chips share. any 1 out there can advice on some tips for retirement and such, and to prepare for my baby gal future needs.

so far i am staying in a hdb, driving a normal conti car that is at $1700 monthly payment . hdb is fully absorb by my cpf, and my monthly salary is $16000 a month, wife is working, but don't want to involve her , as was thinking to faster save to upgrade to a condo in marine parade or river valley . i heard about those srs, uni trust what soever and ever, and safer option? so in times i want to buy condo i can use it



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Hello, I can meet you up to give you some useful tips and strategies on how to plan for your retirement, what is the right amount to kick start the right foundation for your children and what kind of investment could flexibility when withdrawals are needed to be done.

I will leave my contact number here, feel free to contact me at <deleted>.

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Are you considering cryptocurrency? This is an excellent investment today. Right now, when Bitcoin is starting to gain weight, it's a great time to invest. Think about it)

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You should try found market with decent broker
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to gurus out there,

i am a happy go lucky 34 years old chap , that is now starting to save and doing some investment in order to beat inflation, but so far i only bought some blue chips share. any 1 out there can advice on some tips for retirement and such, and to prepare for my baby gal future needs.

so far i am staying in a hdb, driving a normal conti car that is at $1700 monthly payment . hdb is fully absorb by my cpf, and my monthly salary is $16000 a month, wife is working, but don't want to involve her , as was thinking to faster save to upgrade to a condo in marine parade or river valley . i heard about those srs, uni trust what soever and ever, and safer option? so in times i want to buy condo i can use it
What are you working as? 16k per mth wow.
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Imo cryprocurrencies are a very good imvesrment as of right now. But you must swing trade it, its not for long term holding.
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Imo cryprocurrencies are a very good imvesrment as of right now. But you must swing trade it, its not for long term holding.
I agree with you. Holding a cryptocurrency package in the long term is riskier now. The market's teeter can go either way. It is much safer to make small deals at a favorable rate.
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You can invest in stocks yourself by buying individual stocks or stock mutual funds.


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