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Old 28-11-2022, 08:13 PM
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got 25% of portfolio in Google alone.
another 45% in various ETFs. S&P 500 + MSCI World
the rest made up of various single stocks, including non developed markets.

I do not hold any China / HK stocks, except a UK one listed in HK.
No confidence in China at all since the beginning. The only way to make money from China is to get in early and those days are long gone.

Now conserving cash and wait for the right time to enter again.
About 80% stocks / 20% Cash now
what are you looking to buy next?
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Old 28-11-2022, 08:39 PM
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what are you looking to buy next?
if no need to think = then is S&P 500 ETF
I might buy more google but i think i have too much now. maybe need to diversify a bit more.
I am considering microsoft and coca cola. these 2 are good stocks but have to wait for a good price which is hard to get.
Coca cola and mcdonalds are in an "up cycle" now due to inflation, so it is not a good time to buy now. I consider these as consumer staples. Consumer staple stocks do well in high inflation times. You dont buy during the up cycle, you buy during down cycle when price is cheaper with lower earnings. Then when go up cycle just watch the price & earnings go up. Same with oil & gas stocks.
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Old 28-11-2022, 11:58 PM
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if no need to think = then is S&P 500 ETF
I might buy more google but i think i have too much now. maybe need to diversify a bit more.
I am considering microsoft and coca cola. these 2 are good stocks but have to wait for a good price which is hard to get.
Coca cola and mcdonalds are in an "up cycle" now due to inflation, so it is not a good time to buy now. I consider these as consumer staples. Consumer staple stocks do well in high inflation times. You dont buy during the up cycle, you buy during down cycle when price is cheaper with lower earnings. Then when go up cycle just watch the price & earnings go up. Same with oil & gas stocks.
S&P 500 ETF requires a longer runway and I am 60 now.

Did you buy the Lion Global S&P 500 ETF from Endowus?

What is considered a good price for Microsoft & Coca Cola & McDonald's?
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Old 29-11-2022, 03:58 PM
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Re: Talk About Stock Holdings?

how about blue chips and sit back collect dividends ?
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Old 29-11-2022, 10:02 PM
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S&P 500 ETF requires a longer runway and I am 60 now.

Did you buy the Lion Global S&P 500 ETF from Endowus?

What is considered a good price for Microsoft & Coca Cola & McDonald's?
at 60, you should be looking to reduce your stock allocation.
Its volatile and can hit you bad in the short term. Younger people have time on their side in the stock market. You dont. Unless your stock allocation is an amount you can afford to lose.
My advise is look to allocate half your stock holdings into bonds of the highest quality.
You can try SSB which fixes a good rate for next 10 years. SG govt bonds as well if you can allocate 250k at least i think. Or consider bond ETFs as these bond portfolios are low cost and well diversified (safer to go for investment grade bond ETF but yields will be low).

I dont buy anything local due to a lot of mispricing, low liquidity and lack of growth.

I dont have a good pricing for those stocks. The price has to depend on earnings and the economic environment. What i'm giving here is an investment strategy rather than stock tips.
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Old 30-11-2022, 07:15 PM
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at 60, you should be looking to reduce your stock allocation.
Its volatile and can hit you bad in the short term. Younger people have time on their side in the stock market. You dont. Unless your stock allocation is an amount you can afford to lose.
My advise is look to allocate half your stock holdings into bonds of the highest quality.
You can try SSB which fixes a good rate for next 10 years. SG govt bonds as well if you can allocate 250k at least i think. Or consider bond ETFs as these bond portfolios are low cost and well diversified (safer to go for investment grade bond ETF but yields will be low).

I dont buy anything local due to a lot of mispricing, low liquidity and lack of growth.

I dont have a good pricing for those stocks. The price has to depend on earnings and the economic environment. What i'm giving here is an investment strategy rather than stock tips.
Thanks for the advice.

what other bonds of the highest quality besides SSB & SG gov bonds?

What are examples of investment grade bond ETFs?

I am really a noob when comes to all these.
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Old 30-11-2022, 08:34 PM
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Thanks for the advice.

what other bonds of the highest quality besides SSB & SG gov bonds?

What are examples of investment grade bond ETFs?

I am really a noob when comes to all these.
US govt bonds. But beware, theres tax on your coupons. Like 30% tax. So you gonna factor in that to see if its worth it.

investment grade bond ETFs - you have to search. Try using yahoo finance or just google. type in "Investment grade bond ETF", see what comes out. Or try to search the big ETF providers: ishares (blackrock), vanguard, etc. Remember to see where they are listed as there might be tax implications / lack of access for foreigners / capital restrictions. Also note the traded currency as you will be exposed to currency risk (but this risk is small in developed country currencies compared to your investment holdings). Best is if you can find an ETF you want to invest in and its listed in your home country, so it wont have many of these restrictions and may even allow to use SRS.

You need spend time to research up these things yourself. Money dont come without work. Make yourself accustomed to monitoring and researching such things so you can monitor it a few times a year at least and not wake up 1 day to find your investments going bankrupt.

Finally, i dont believe in any get-rich-quick schemes like crypto, NFTs, etc (or such types of ETFs). You shouldnt too. Even if its legit, you wont be able to endure that kind of risk given your age
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Re: Talk About Stock Holdings?

since you all talking about stocks, i need some advice, i would like to start investing but I what can I do with a few hundred dollars ?
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Old 01-12-2022, 01:03 PM
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since you all talking about stocks, i need some advice, i would like to start investing but I what can I do with a few hundred dollars ?
ETFs
expect single digit % returns a year
no get rich quick schemes here
slow and steady wins the race
just keep adding every month
after a few years when you learn more about investing, can store cash every month and wait for crisis period to dump all the cash in at 1 go for enter at good price. Then watch the returns compound itself over years.
Example:
you bought at ETF at price $100. 1st yr return = 5%. Year end price = $105
next year it returned 7%. year 2 end price = $105+ $7 = $112? NO!
Its $105 + ($105 x 7%) = $112.35
As the years go up, the compounding goes up.

Remember that time is on your side if you are young.
Do not trade on margins, it'll bankrupt you once you lose big.

want get rich quick?
try sg pools, crypto, scam stocks that price at $0.001. be prepared to lose every single cent too.

If really got a few hundreds only, suggest better to keep it as emergency funds to avoid debt. The returns are too low to be meaningful. Save up consistently every month first. Getting into debt is more of a danger for you. Move into investing when you have saved up at least $10k cash
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ETFs
expect single digit % returns a year
no get rich quick schemes here
slow and steady wins the race
just keep adding every month
after a few years when you learn more about investing, can store cash every month and wait for crisis period to dump all the cash in at 1 go for enter at good price. Then watch the returns compound itself over years.
Example:
you bought at ETF at price $100. 1st yr return = 5%. Year end price = $105
next year it returned 7%. year 2 end price = $105+ $7 = $112? NO!
Its $105 + ($105 x 7%) = $112.35
As the years go up, the compounding goes up.

Remember that time is on your side if you are young.
Do not trade on margins, it'll bankrupt you once you lose big.

want get rich quick?
try sg pools, crypto, scam stocks that price at $0.001. be prepared to lose every single cent too.

If really got a few hundreds only, suggest better to keep it as emergency funds to avoid debt. The returns are too low to be meaningful. Save up consistently every month first. Getting into debt is more of a danger for you. Move into investing when you have saved up at least $10k cash
Very good advice. I agree with this.
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Hello Samsters,

Wrote this post under "matters of heart" cause sometimes can play stock until pekchek + loose vitamin m until heart pain

So what stocks have you been recently holding and what stocks have you been eyeing to buy recently?
Anyone who had purchased stocks in SGX or US would had lost money...

Need a major correction...so be patient...

If you see our local banks at their current prices then if a 20 to 30% crashed will be the time to go in...
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Not investment advice, just my opinion.

Various news sources and economist foresee a global recession in 2023-2024 caused by the Feds and their aggressive central bank rate hikes. I guess the asset class of choice is cold hard cash (fixed deposits that give close to 4%pa). Stocks are definitely undervalued right now but potentially trade lower since the rates are still going to go up more in the near future.

Stay safe bros and only play with what you can afford to lose. Always consult an investment professional and do you own homework/research as much as possible.

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(not financial advice)

but dbs seems like good to enter now for short term
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Not investment advice, just my opinion.

Various news sources and economist foresee a global recession in 2023-2024 caused by the Feds and their aggressive central bank rate hikes. I guess the asset class of choice is cold hard cash (fixed deposits that give close to 4%pa). Stocks are definitely undervalued right now but potentially trade lower since the rates are still going to go up more in the near future.

Stay safe bros and only play with what you can afford to lose. Always consult an investment professional and do you own homework/research as much as possible.

from my own investment experience of > a decade: dont take the face value of what economists say.
Theres a saying that economists dont get rich.
Listen to their reasoning, not the verdict. Judge for yourself.
From their historical results, economists are half wrong and half right. Now thats the worst kind of advice you wanna heed. You either heed someone whos most of the time right, or even most of the time wrong (then you do opposite of what that person says)!

Their reasoning is often right but end result is often wrong. Thats what you have to know about economists.

Another thing: you can never consistently time the market at its top or bottom. Just take reasonable level, buy it and hold out when it reaches that low level of yours. Missing out the recovery part is the most scary episode you want to prevent. Half of long term stock returns are within 6 months of a recovery period.

Yes agreed that now its a time to hold cash. Dont get lured into high interest instruments that lock your cash for years. interest bearing instruments for 3 to 6 months is still fine.
Once interest rates peak, thats the time to buy anything and everything, and you do need cash for that.

Recession is actually good (if it comes). Do you know why?
Because thats the time the Fed will cut interest rates aggressively and thats a sure win opportunity for all investors (even for crypto, gold, etc).
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Wow bro.. yes I totally agree with you 100%.. Won't hold long-term fixed deposit, maybe just 3, 6 month..

Your point on the economists really create a new view haha..
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