My regular readers would know that I have a special portfolio that holds all my investments in index ETFs and unit trusts. This index portfolio has grew from 20% at start of the year to 30% of my total investment today. It grew partially because of my monthly regular fixed investments in selected ETFs (capital … Continue reading Index portfolio holding up well!
As of today, the Bonds : Equities : Gold : Reits ratio is 34% : 42.5% : 5% : 18.5%. very close to my target ratio of 35% : 40% : 5% : 20%. There is a request for me to share the composition of my index portfolio, so here's it goes ... the main … Continue reading Composition of My Index Portfolio
If you are a Singapore resident and hoping to rely on dividends as a main form of your passive income, you don't have to look overseas, our Singapore market is a great place to help you do so. Finding that difficult to believe ... just read the following: STI ETFDon't know how to choose stock, … Continue reading SG : A Great place for Dividend Seekers
This weekend I decided to review the performance of the Reits "ETF" available to local investors. Thinking it was probably a boring routine task, BOY!, I was stunned by what I found. Hence, I decided to share them with you below ... There are 2 listed Reits ETFs on the Singapore stock market. They are: … Continue reading Surprise in Reits ETFs Review!
I just reviewed my index fund portfolio this morning and thought of sharing it with you. If you may remember I posted an article in March when I first set up the index fund portfolio. See link. I am glad to mention that since then, I have made good progress in shaping it closer towards the … Continue reading My Index Fund Portfolio – 2Q17 Update
Does trading with wide and frequent price fluctuation excite you？ Then you will be interested in trading crude oil. Such fluctuation occurs daily. Some people ask me how to start - my first response is are you sure you want to do it? Your heart needs to be strong enough to tolerate the wide ups … Continue reading Oil – How you can play this game
Contributed by; Warriortan, #investforyourself Simply a collection of interesting articles that I read this week. Hope you enjoy it. 1. Freeing Up More Time And A Slower Accumulation Rate “We have accumulated enough to take stock after every 3 years, enjoy some of our fruits and slow down our pace to smell the roses.” Warriortan: Very … Continue reading A few of my favourite reads (30Apr-5thMay)
Contributed by Warriortan To feast your eyes - In Pictures: Cherry blossoms around the world http://www.straitstimes.com/multimedia/photos/in-pictures-cherry-blossoms-around-the-world?xtor=EREC-16-2%5BST_Newsletter_PM%5D-20170404-%5BIn+Pictures%3A+Cherry+blossoms+around+the+world%5D&xts=538291 1. Singapore REIT Data Warriortan: What else can I say? Great stuff. Click and see for yourself 🙂 http://sreit.fifthperson.com/ 2. How To Track Your Net Worth And Why It Matters " Tracking your net worth is the easiest, most important … Continue reading Interesting Finance/Investment Articles that I like this week: 16-22 Apr 2017
Contributed by: Warriortan 1. Five reasons why you should attend annual general meetings if you’re an investor " I’ve been attending AGMs of the companies I have invested in for the past five years now. The information I’ve gleaned from them has been highly valuable and extremely useful for my investment decision-making process ... It has led … Continue reading 2-7 Apr 17, Top 5 Most Interesting Finance/Investment Articles I read this week
Contributed by: Warriortan Rather than bore you with a long essay, I thought of sharing a few videos that you may find useful in gaining more knowledge around personal financial investments and kick start your path towards financial freedom. I hope you will find this a refreshing change. Sit back, have fun and enjoy … Continue reading A Lazy Blog … Learning How to Invest by Yourself the Easy Way