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Time-weighted returns VS IRR VS Annualised Return

Hi, I am currently invested in Autowealth - one of the robo-advisory in Singapore. In our account overview page, they show us the time-weighted return since the inception of the portfolio. May I know is that the same as IRR? And what's the differences between that and annualised return?

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Home loans: To clear off as soon as possible, or stretch it out for liquidity?

Would you rather aim to go debt free by settling your home loan as early as possible, or maintain some liquidity and stretch the loan for as long as possible?   - Jazz / YourNAV Crew

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10 investing mistakes that are costing you money

Always wanted to start investing but did not for one reason or another? Maybe you were concerned about getting things wrong because it seems really complicated, or maybe you’ve always thought that it requires a lot of money to start. Let’s look at 10 common misconceptions and lay all of

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Planning for THE big trip of the year

I *try* to take a big trip once every year to somewhere (hopefully far away!) that I've not been before… Here's how I try to save while spending, please share your tips as well! - Flights: Book early, especially when there are fare promo deals from the major international carriers including

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I am Dawn, aka SG Budget Babe. Ask me anything.

Hello! My name is Dawn, otherwise known as SG Budget Babe. Yes, that girl who went viral for saving $20,000 in her first year of work. Since then, I frequently write about tips on how to boost savings, cut down on expenses in Singapore and how to make our money work for us! Whether this is through C

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Is buying property a good investment?

Between putting money into equities and unit trusts and investing in a property for rental income and appreciation of property value, what has worked or not worked for you? - Han Solo / YourNAV

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Investing for fresh grads

I plan to put in a few hundred dollars every month into investments from my salary. Currently I have 100 bucks in STI ETF (with POSB Invest saver), but I do wish to put my money in other baskets as well. Would you recommend roboadvisors like Stashaway? Looking to long term (albeit slow) growth. What

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How I scored an awesome holiday on a tiny budget

Travelling’s fun but planning for a trip, especially the financial part, can put a damper on the vibe. But can you have unlimited fun on a limited budget? Actually - yes you can, and fellow YourNAVers will chip in with tips of their own! SURF THE CHEAP HOT SPOTS   Get a real feel o

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Earn 2X Points when you interact!

Join us in celebrating the launch of YourNAV Community! From now to 30 September 2018, earn 2X (double) points for your interactions in the community.   Why am I awarded points? Your financial planning journey doesn’t have to be daunting, nor should it be challenging to kickstart. 

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#LiveSmart: Join a complimentary walking tour and taste some wine this weekend

You've started on your financial planning journey with us right here on NAV and that's worth giving yourself a pat on your back! Reward yourself by taking a break this weekend - if you haven't heard, the latest block party in town is happening right this Sunday. Head straight to bites x vibes, whe

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