5 Different Ways You Can Invest in Stocks & Bonds as a Singaporean

To new investors, the stock market presents a bewildering range of options. There are dozens of systems and methods of investing, all with their pros and cons. But underneath it all, investing breaks falls into five basic methods: Although there’re thousands of theories, investing in stocks & bonds boils down to five general methods. If you tallied every book ever written on investing, you’d account for the deaths of at least two rainforests. While the variety is confusing, it exists for a good reason: almost no one agrees on a single, best way to invest. The best investment method depends on two main factors: your investment horizon, and your financial goals. Some people want to make a million dollars in 10 years. Some want a passive income of $3,000 a month, by the time they hit 50. The methods they use will have to be tweaked to suit their ambitions. (Note: New investors should seek advice from their stock broker. Even if you pick the right strategy, it is still possible that you’re not executing it correctly).    Method #1: The Tortoise Method This method is the “slow and steady” approach to wealth. It will never make you a million dollars in a year (Or five years. Or 10 years). But this method seldom loses money, and is as low risk as you can get. The tortoise method features investments in “safe” assets, and its favourites are blue chip stocks, and investment grade bonds. The one animal that’s so boring, it’s perfectly safe from bulls and bears.   Blue Chip Stocks Blue chip stocks are stocks in large, well-established companies....

Did you trade FTSE100 (Short) with us again? $1,900 SGD profit secured!

After our first short on FTSE100 posted on 12th may, http://singaporestockstrading.com/2015/05/14/did-you-trade-dax30-long-ftse100-short-with-us-this-week-4400-sgd-profit-secured/, we took another short again last afternoon! My entry and exit was highlighted in the group! I made $1,900 SGD realized profit. Congrats to all who followed the call!   Register for my FREE seminar for 7th June Sunday Morning to know my secret on trading at https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/high-probability-trading-all-my-secrets-fully-revealed-free-tickets-16839039019...

Chip Eng Seng (SGX): Reversal Confirmation!

  as highlighted on 22nd May (Friday), http://singaporestockstrading.com/2015/05/22/chip-eng-seng-bullish-setup-part-3/, there is a potential reversal on Chip Eng Seng. The reversal came with entry confirmation at $0.825 and closed higher today.   Register for my FREE seminar for 28th May Thursday Evening to know my secret on...

What Singaporeans Need to Know about Investment Before Its Too Late

Being a Singaporean can be tough due to the high cost of living. Some of you are getting married and are in the midst of buying a house; others might already have to a child to call their own With all of these things happening in your life, your time will flash past you faster than you even know. By the time you learn about these things about investments when you’re older, you would wish someone had told you earlier when you were busy rushing through your life. 1) Start early The biggest misconception people often have about investing is that it’s one of those things that would make you “strike it rich”. Investing is more like a pregnancy than a lottery – it takes time to grow no matter how brilliant an investor you are. “You can’t produce a baby in one month by getting nine women pregnant.” ― Warren Buffett What most people know is that you can become wealthy by investing, but what most people don’t know is that many wealth investors started investing very young. They harness the power of compounding returns to its fullest potential. Remember: Our great asset is not our money; it is our time.   2) You either pay to learn how to invest or you invest and then learn to pay No one starts off as an investing pro. The earlier you recognize this, the better it is for you and the people around you. So there’s no need for you to pretend to understand the latest market development so that you can be part of the “grown-up” conversation circle. However, what is...

Chip Eng Seng: Bullish Setup! (Part 3)

Bullish Signal: Bullish Hammer Entry Price: $0.825 Stop Loss: $0.80 Profit Target: $0.895 Reward to Risk Ratio: 2.8 Register for my FREE seminar for 27th May Wednesday Evening to know my secret on...

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