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Old 06-07-2019, 01:31 PM   #106
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Means the company I am working for don't allow stock trading. ETFs is ok though.

So i can only trade ETFs.

I see you are trading NOBL?
u my fren is jsm!
must be some BB insider

basically for overseas, nowdays I hardly have enuff time to study individual stocks. even if I have time, I may not be right there to place a trade when the price tank 30% in one session.
so various ETFs and mutual funds are the way to go for me right now.
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Old 06-07-2019, 07:05 PM   #107
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u my fren is jsm!
must be some BB insider

basically for overseas, nowdays I hardly have enuff time to study individual stocks. even if I have time, I may not be right there to place a trade when the price tank 30% in one session.
so various ETFs and mutual funds are the way to go for me right now.
Small worker only

Yeah, I will prefer ETFs as it doesn't need much monitoring. I am a mid term investor so intend to pump in and wait it out, or until a better ETF comes along.

Can you share your current recommendations so I can consider.

Thanks alot!
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Old 08-07-2019, 06:01 PM   #108
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Hi Mr Wood

Can i know how you manage to get USD5 per trade? i am confused with the commission. I got people telling me is USD6.95 per trade. But i went to TD Ameritrade SG website it says USD10.65 per trade. And also how do you transfer your funds over? Need to pay any fees?
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Old 08-07-2019, 09:37 PM   #109
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Yeah, I will prefer ETFs as it doesn't need much monitoring. I am a mid term investor so intend to pump in and wait it out, or until a better ETF comes along.

Can you share your current recommendations so I can consider.

Thanks alot!
i am notch financial CON-sultant
but I can say I like spy, nobl, xlp
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Old 08-07-2019, 09:45 PM   #110
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Hi Mr Wood

Can i know how you manage to get USD5 per trade? i am confused with the commission. I got people telling me is USD6.95 per trade. But i went to TD Ameritrade SG website it says USD10.65 per trade. And also how do you transfer your funds over? Need to pay any fees?
transfer via sg ibanking to their US wells fargo account. there is forex fees and handling fees by the bank.

$5 not standard ah? sorry i forgot is it refer by fren or becoz last time i trade a lot and call them for special offer, or is it becoz of they base on accnt size. i think someone show me be4 $1.25 per trade. sorry cant remb.
can call their sg office to ask if they have any promos.
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Old 09-07-2019, 12:18 PM   #111
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Old 09-07-2019, 12:19 PM   #112
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Old 10-07-2019, 02:14 AM   #113
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My 7 years of JNJ finally yielding $3.80 on cost of $62 or 4.3%(after 30% tax).
Definitely losing to reits by yield alone.

According to
https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/jnj/dividend-history

it was
0.66 per quarter in 2013 ($1.848 or just 2.98%)
0.7 per quarter in 2014
0.75 per quarter in 2015
0.8 per quarter in 2016
0.84 per quarter in 2017
0.9 per quarter in 2018
0.95 per quarter in 2019 ($2.66 or 4.3%)

Will probably took another 7-8 years for it to double my initial yield.
Of course, in that 7-8 years, JNJ has risen from $62(2012) to $141(2019).
That is about 2.27x my cost price.

In total, it has risen
$15.68(dividends collected)+$141(share price)= $156.68

https://www.investopedia.com/calculator/cagr.aspx
Over the course of 7 periods your investment grew from $62.00 to $156.68, its compound annual growth rate, or its overall return, is 14.16%.
Not exactly great but it's good enough for me to hold this.
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Old 10-07-2019, 02:15 AM   #114
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Maybe someone can do a CAGR of the various stocks within the CCC list universe.
I will try to do one with all my current CCC list+some misc holdings when free.
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Old 10-07-2019, 04:24 PM   #115
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Is there a way to auto invest etf dividends back into the etf?
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Old 10-07-2019, 04:58 PM   #116
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Is there a way to auto invest etf dividends back into the etf?
There are etf which automates reinvestment of ETF.
You are looking for which etf? S&P or world index?
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Old 10-07-2019, 05:52 PM   #117
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There are etf which automates reinvestment of ETF.
You are looking for which etf? S&P or world index?
No preference but more of in the growth and dividend space. Where can I find the info that tells me they auto reinvest the dividends?

I am looking at etfs that needs little maintenance, even dividends get pumped back. 5-10 years horizon.
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No preference but more of in the growth and dividend space. Where can I find the info that tells me they auto reinvest the dividends?

I am looking at etfs that needs little maintenance, even dividends get pumped back. 5-10 years horizon.
Iwda for world etf.
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Old 11-07-2019, 08:34 AM   #119
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Iwda for world etf.
din know dat this one can do auto reinvest function
gum xia!
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Old 11-07-2019, 09:40 AM   #120
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vanguard launched an accumulating s&p 500 etf VUAA you may be interested in this
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