Kick start your investment journey with as little as $100 a month via a Regular Shares Savings (RSS) Plan. Bonus: find out who provides the cheapest RSS Plan in Singapore!

If you are “SIAN” of investing into the STI ETF, you might want to check out the Phillip SING Income ETF.

In this day and age, we’re spoilt for choice. Fund managers are no longer limited to Human Financial Advisors, there are also automated Robo-Advisors that can do the same job at a lower fee.

The ultimate noob’s guide to reading a fund factsheet.

Social Media Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) anyone?
In this article, we bring you on a journey to choose the best ETF that suits your investment portfolio.

Most financial bloggers advocate the STI ETF for passive investors who are just getting started for the main reason of diversity at low cost.

Why Singaporeans should include Exchange Traded Funds into your portfolio, and how to get started.