@HeyAnna does DBS have a list of code for the unit trust & etfs? I just got my dividends but I’m not sure which UT or ETF it’s from?
The projected rise is proof that the future is online. Online retail sales jumped from 13.6% in 2019 to 18.0% in 2020, and is expected to reach 21.8% in 2024.
Read the full report here.
Q:With this in mind, might it be timely for investors to look towards e-commerce giants?
Yay 🙆♀️ or Nay 🙅♀️to picking up e-commerce ETFs?
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I am a low risk profile investment so most of the time I buy ETFs using Regular Saving Plan on monthly recurring basis.
I am planning to purchase "NikkoAM-Straits Trding Asia Ex Japan REIT - SGD - Qdis - Cash" next. I saw the past 1-Year Performance was 8.38% and the Indicative Price (20 May 2021) was SGD 1.1073
Learn about how ETFs are just like stocks, and their key differences from UTs! Check out this series of bite-sized recaps of Exchange Traded Funds. #theburrowtimes
An ETF is an investment fund listed and traded on the stock exchange, but with greater diversification. Many ETFs track an index and seek to produce returns that reflect the performance of a particular index.
You can earn returns from ETFs via capital grow*h (i.e. when the current ETF price rises above its purchase price over a period of time) and/or dividends.
Beginners often get confused with how ETFs and UTs are different, so here's a breakdown to help you clarify your doubts!
Investing in ETFs can be a beginner's way of getting started. You can buy ETFs via a regular savings plan (as low as S$100 a month) or one-off via DBS Vickers. Your Multiplier Account will take in the eligible transaction under the Investments category, so that your investments will help you earn higher interest rates!