Should you invest in real estate or REITs? Although fundamentally they both invest in real estate, they are very different from each other. Let us examine a few key areas where they differ.
Property investing can be a lucrative investment. The property prices in Singapore has been steadily appreciating. However, non-regular property investors should also be aware of the not-so-obvious costs in real estate investing.
A detailed walkthrough on the selection process of choosing a REIT ETF from the three Singapore REIT ETF
My Singapore variations on the Core 4 portfolios
This is some extra thoughts and ideas I would like to share which is related to my previous two posts Singapore high yield savings accounts Part 1 and Part 2 In this post, I will share how you could possibly combine two (or more) accounts from UOB, DBS and OCBC to achieve more synergy and… Continue reading Optimizing Bonus Interest With Multiple High Yield Savings Accounts
My supermarket timing was really bad. When the Singapore government raised the Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (DORSCON) to orange (which was the second highest level of emergency) imposing restrictions on day-to-day movement in early Feb, I just happened to run out of essentials. So I made a trip to the supermarket to buy fresh… Continue reading Has The Market Bottomed? Is It Time To Enter The Market?
In part 2, I will evaluate the bonus interest requirements and provide tips on how to meet them consistently. After that I will share my opinions on each of the three accounts - UOB One, OCBC 360 and DBS Multiplier.
Due to recent central banks intervention in lowering the interest rates, a slew of Singapore banks have started revising the interest rates offered by their high yield savings account. Using a spreadsheet that I had created, I want to simplify the comparison process and help you choose the best account for your situation.
The recent market correction presents an opportunity to start investing. The Bogleheads three fund portfolio is the easiest way to start. This is written specifically for the Singaporean investor.