Following my last post, I received a few queries around DIY options. Many obviously still prefer to invest on their own and save the payment to financial advisors. Actually, it is not that difficult to DIY as long as you have time and interest to do proper research. In fact, it can be very fulfilling. … Continue reading Searching for Fixed Income Investments
If you are looking for risk free investment, you can consider Singapore Government Bond. Ever since, my first purchase in Jan - see here, I visit the MAS website of the Singapore Government Securities regularly to check for new issues. And guess what, 2 new issues are opened this week. One issue is the One Year … Continue reading SG Bonds are worth considering too and are available now
If you are like me who have started buying SSB since it was launched and/or through 2016 & 2017, you may want to examine your returns from your current SSBs and consider upgrading. First, let's see a chart that shows the 1st year yield of the monthly SSBs from the maiden issue to the most … Continue reading Time to upgrade your SSB yield if you have not done so!
About 2 weeks ago, Genting Singapore PLC announced that it will redeem its S$1800 Mln 5.125% Perpetual Subordinated Capital Securities (PSCS) and its S$500 Mln 5.125% PSCS on their next call dates of 12 September and 18 October 2017 respectively. Yesterday, I reviewed if it is still worthwhile to buy these two preference capital securities … Continue reading May still be worthwhile to buy Genting Preference Securities 5.125% now
Contributed by: Warriortan Thinking of doing a simple gentle reminder to all my readers that the closing date of the latest issue of SSB (May 2017) is coming up soon. From the SSB website: This month's Offer Issue: SBMAY17 GX17050F Opens: 6.00pm, 3 Apr 2017 Closes: 9.00pm, 25 Apr 2017 Results: After 3.00pm, 26 Apr … Continue reading May 2017 Singapore Saving Bond: I have bought, have you?