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Singapore Savings Bonds (2019): Interest Rate, Review & How To Buy

This is the most comprehensive guide to Singapore Savings Bonds (SSB) you can ever find on the web. We have included reviews, latest interest rate, investment strategies and step-by-step walkthrough on how to buy that you will find it useful.The upcoming 1 Feb 2019 SSB offers an average 10 years interest rate of 2.20% (source) […]

How Much Straits Times Index Stocks does Temasek Own?

We know that many of our blue-chip stocks are partially owned by the Singapore Government sovereign wealth fund, Temasek Holdings. In fact, there are plenty of investors who find comfort in investing in Temasek-backed companies. I was curious to find how many of 30 Straits Times Index (STI) stocks had Temasek as a major shareholder. […]

Don’t Let Your HDB Flat Crush Your Dreams of Retirement

There’s a common belief among the older generation that you can’t go wrong buying property in land-scarce Singapore. To be fair, their perspective is not without credit. The Merdeka generation – people born in the 1950s to 1960s – experienced tremendous property wealth growth by simply buying HDB flats. The same thing can no longer […]

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