There are three key principles in passive investing. They are keeping costs low, diversification and lots of patience. Here are some ideas of implementing it via index investing in Singapore
The S&P 500 has been the poster child for index investing. Its stellar performance was nothing short of ordinary. In this post, I will examine how the S&P 500 is constructed and why it has been outperforming most indices.
When aiming for average is better. I explore the reasons for retail investors to choose passive investing as their optimal investing strategy.
Everyone loves a buffet. At least I do. Modern day investing is like a buffet - we have so many different kinds of investment products to choose from. Let us look at the most common and popular investment products: Mutual Funds (or Unit Trusts) vs Exchange-Traded Funds (ETF) Funds: The Buffets of Securities If all… Continue reading Mutual Funds and Exchange-Traded Funds