5 Smart Tips For Investing

Dear reader

Do you want to retire with a pot of money to enjoy your golden years?

I want to share with you 5 Smart Tips for investing. Let your money work for you.

1. Start a systematic savings and investment program early.

     Don’t pay the price for waiting.

2. Time in the market is more important than timing the market.

 Stay invested during the time horizon.

3. Be realistic about the expected returns of your investments.

Put your money into investments that are aligned with your risk appetite.

Have a balanced approach. And PAY ATTENTION on your portfolio.

Review and re-balance every quarter/ half-yearly. Engage me for a free-review.

4. (As a complementary strategy) work with respected and good-performing fund managers to grow your retirement fund.

Investment is for the long-haul. According to various research reports on the stock markets, it takes about 15 years to grow your money and accumulate wealth.  Patience is the name of the game.

Investment is also not like Great Singapore Sale; you don’t buy the cheapest funds just cos they’re cheap.

         You invest cos you believe there’s potential for the upside and you believe a country or the       management team of a blue-chip firm will continue to do well in the next few years based on objective analysis of the fundamental factors.

Another analogy: would you drive if you didn’t have the licence to drive?

 Especially when you’re new to investing, you want to work with award-winning & performing investment specialists and tap on their expertise and experience to grow your money.

We’re all specialists in our own fields and only have time to learn about our own business.

So when you need specialized knowledge regarding investments, you turn to consultants like me to guide you long-term to keep you on track to achieve your financial goals. Someone who’s been with the clients through the years, through the ups-and-downs of the financial markets.

5. Smart investors put their money by playing the big trend, not trading.

What do legendary investors such as Jim Rogers and Warren Buffett have in common?

Neither of them “traded” their way to riches.

They looked at the fundamental factors driving the trend, invested big, and held on.

And these legendary investors didn’t panic or get scared out at the first drop in price.

In summary, investing is watching your portfolio, accumulating gains and letting them compound over time.

It’s like growing fruit trees. You want a professional farmer to help you water your fruit trees, prune them and harvest the fruits and grow your orchard for years to come.

Call me NOW at 9231 8779 to set up a time with me so that we can discuss and I can share more information on how you can achieve your retirement nest egg.

Good investing.

Claire Soh

Mobile: 9231 8779

Email: clairemh.soh@gmail.com 

Disclaimer:

 The above is my personal opinion and nothing in this material constitutes personalized investment advice. Information provided here should not be considered as advice or as an offer or enticement to buy or sell or trade.                    

The contents of this material, including any financial data, information, opinions and analysis, are strictly intended for educational use only.

No guarantees are made as to the accuracy of the information provided herein. You shouldn’t make any investment decision based solely on what you read here. It’s your money and your responsibility.

Please consult your financial advisor or call Ms Claire Soh at 9231 8779 before investing in any investment or insurance.

Should you choose not to seek such advice, you should consider whether the investment or insurance product in question is suitable for you.

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