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Mummies out here...My hubby is planning to invest huge keeping in mind the security of the child in future..what options are preferable?
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Possibly, you need to understand your risk tolerance, and the type of instruments suitable for you.
Ideally, go for those that can give you passive income for life.
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That’s a wise thing to do! Invest your money and let it grow so you can plan for your and your child’s future. Because your husband wants to invest a large sum of money, he should choose a good bank—one that is trusted, and offers good investment plans and interest rates. Consider visiting DBS. They are well-known in Singapore and I know so many who bank with them.
No banks in the world are trustworthy!
You are better off either doing your own investing, or for non savvy investors, do Permanent Portfolio investing where 4 quadrants of 25% are put in cash, equity, bonds, and gold/commodity.
This will give you a much better returns and very, very low risk of any loss at all.
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Last edited by scang; 19-06-2013 at 01:34 PM.
I would recommend you meeting with a financial planner to discuss your options. A financial planner will provide you advice around savings, wealth management, estate planning etc.
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The best investment is to invest in oneself.
Once you are financially knowledgeable, you will know what is best for yourself and not someone else.
Hi, my husband has made an investment in Zurich Vista to help secure us post retirement, including covering our child's education cost.
It is about having a sound plan, and a workable plan