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01-08-2018 02:11 AM
sbs Well! If I give you CTR and CR stats you will ready to organize logistic line to processing income paid online orders outside of Singapore?
27-09-2017 02:08 PM
BusinessSingapore Lazy indeed, I wish more people would put their money into ETFs. That way, finding value would be much easier.
02-08-2017 08:49 PM
Unregistered
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This is a popular and quite an ok fund for parking money. I prefer however, UOB Asian high yield bond fund. HY has been the yield monster for the past 3 years, went down just a bit for the last few months and looking at markets now it is set to remain as a yield monster.

I prefer this HY as it did not have any oil related HY bonds exposure and avoided the swiber and related meltdown that cause most global HYa 8-10% drop in value. Almost a one year return for investors.
Lazy mans way: DCA into STI ETF
11-07-2017 03:58 PM
BusinessSingapore
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The schroder Asian income fund pays about 5% interest per annum. Every month can get interest. How is this avenue for parking idle funds ?
This is a popular and quite an ok fund for parking money. I prefer however, UOB Asian high yield bond fund. HY has been the yield monster for the past 3 years, went down just a bit for the last few months and looking at markets now it is set to remain as a yield monster.

I prefer this HY as it did not have any oil related HY bonds exposure and avoided the swiber and related meltdown that cause most global HYa 8-10% drop in value. Almost a one year return for investors.
21-03-2017 08:42 PM
newlaunchguru
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The schroder Asian income fund pays about 5% interest per annum. Every month can get interest. How is this avenue for parking idle funds ?
guess it's non-guaranteed...not sure what risk it is
26-02-2017 09:34 AM
Unregistered The schroder Asian income fund pays about 5% interest per annum. Every month can get interest. How is this avenue for parking idle funds ?
07-07-2016 10:33 PM
Unregistered
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It is not enough to invest in real estate, what do you think about investing in a real estate investment fund?
Buy and hold blue chip stocks on a monthly basis for the long term (20 years and above). Dividends and capital appreciation over the long term will earn u large amount of passive income.
06-07-2016 10:52 AM
Unregistered I am new to investing as well. I think there must be some plan being made before you start your investment.

After reading through a couple of financial blogs and article i think that there are few factors you need to soncider. I have wrote all these factors in my blog ://jyklmoneyblog.blogspot.sg/2016/07/what-is-good-investment-plan-part-one.html.

Not sure if it will help you with your planning
05-07-2016 09:21 AM
lazyplane
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great eastern max growth enhanced , throw lump sum in and let it roll. Returns 3%. Low risk.
Might as well throw into CPF SA. 4% .
04-07-2016 11:27 PM
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hi all, coming in here for some advice.

i would like to take out say around 10k for investments as a start, any advice on where to start?

etfs seem like for long term
stocks too volatile and i have no experience
saving plans seems more for retirement
fixed deposits for 10k payout is minimal.

TIAs
The question is whether you have an emergency fund as a buffer. Assuming yes, 10K can't really build anything thus continue saving up. Another way is to partner with someone and set up a small ecommerce/offline business.
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