The whys and hows of investing
- Yahoo Finance Singapore
We speak to some undergrads and young working adults to find out why they have or have not been investing, as well as their thoughts about investments in general.
- Associated Press
If the respective answers are “no,” “rarely” and “maybe in that box I never unpacked since moving six months ago,” then the money lessons of the ’90s aren’t going to cut it for the next generation. One example: A September 2020 American Express study found that since the COVID-19 outbreak began, 70% of merchants had customers request contactless payment options, and 73% of merchants prefer customers to pay with a card or app instead of cash.
Jokes about expensive brunch habits aside, millennials are actually a financially savvy bunch. However, COVID-19 has thrown this group for a serious loop this year. These are their top money worries for 2020 and a host of solutions to help ease the pain. The double […]The post Millennials Have Spoken: These Are The Worst Money Worries This Year In 2020 appeared first on SingSaver Blog - We Compare, You Save.
- The Smart Investor
You don't need a large sum of money to start investing in dividend stocks.The post 3 Dividend Stocks I Will Buy with S$5,000 appeared first on The Smart Investor.
- The Edge Singapore
When you’re a young working adult, retirement may be the least of your concerns. However, you have two things going on for you.
My name is Winnie A. and I’m 27 years old now. This is my story of how I worked towards accumulating $100K in four years. Like most wide-eyed fresh graduates, I accepted a job with reasonable pay and expectations, with little regard for how my […]The post I’m 27 And I Accumulated My First $100,000 By Investing And Saving Over 4 Years appeared first on SingSaver Blog - We Compare, You Save.
From CPFIS to ETFs, robo-advisors and stocks, here are 7 most popular investments in Singapore, and how you can use them fruitfully. We know that investing is important. When performed correctly, investing can help us grow our wealth, protect us against inflation risk, and even […]The post 7 Popular Types Of Investment In Singapore (And Tips To Use Them For Optimal Gains) appeared first on SingSaver Blog - We Compare, You Save.
Investing needn’t be expensive or difficult. Here’s how you can start investing in Singapore below $100 a month. SingSaver’s recently concluded survey uncovered some interesting findings. It turns out that Singaporeans of the millennial generation, and their even younger successors (Gen Z), actually pay a […]The post Got $50? Here Are 3 Easy Investments To Start Growing Your Money (And 1 To Avoid) appeared first on SingSaver Blog - We Compare, You Save.
There’s another way to invest without having to pay cash upfront, and that’s by tapping on the CPF Investment Scheme (CPFIS). Yes, using your CPF savings to invest is actually possible! Many have the concept that their CPF savings are locked in and untouchable until […]The post CPF Investment Scheme (CPFIS): Guide To Investing With Your CPF appeared first on SingSaver Blog - We Compare, You Save.