Syfe REIT+

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But Stashaway's income portfolio allocations is only 35% REIT... wish they have like the Syfe's, so we can forget about Syfe.
 

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Why not go diy or Syfe and forget about Stashaway since stashaway does not align with your requirement?

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2 weeks ago when Syfe rebalanced my portfolio (Global) I was a bit wary. I was worried that I would miss out when the market rebounds. Now after seeing what happened last week and especially now over the weekend, I am very happy that my Syfe portfolio is very conservative and could avoid further losses. I am now confident that we will sail through this storm and in a few months will come out stronger than before. I will continue to DCA and make use of the lower prices.
 

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I think it's a good time to start, but because you do not have any brokerage charges, I suggest to contribute every month with a certain amount (little bit smaller lump sum and then monthly contributions). If prices go further down, you will benefit by buying more with the same amount. If prices increase, good for you but also keep buying.
 

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2 weeks ago when Syfe rebalanced my portfolio (Global) I was a bit wary. I was worried that I would miss out when the market rebounds. Now after seeing what happened last week and especially now over the weekend, I am very happy that my Syfe portfolio is very conservative and could avoid further losses. I am now confident that we will sail through this storm and in a few months will come out stronger than before. I will continue to DCA and make use of the lower prices.

This thread is about reit+ though.
For reit+ they changed to 50/50 last week. Cant remember which day. Doesnt matter. Just continue to add monthly and dont look at it till years later
 

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At the end of this downturn, due to the low interest rate environment (2009 all over again?), reits to chiong? So just continue to add monthly
 

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The withdrawal process takes very long. Submitted the request 1 week ago still haven't receive the money.
 

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The withdrawal process takes very long. Submitted the request 1 week ago still haven't receive the money.

Kindly feedback to them and ask why so long. Is it because of first withdrawal
 

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Feedback alr. They tell me I will receive by end of the days everytime I asked.
Good luck to all...

Do they say why they still haven't processed?

I can only comment on their Global portfolio, I don't have REIT+, but they processed my test withdrawal within less than 2 days (from my request till it was in the bank account).
 

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The withdrawal process takes very long. Submitted the request 1 week ago still haven't receive the money.

Are you using POSB/DBS bank account? Previously, I used POSB to redeem GLOBAL portfolio (submitted around 11am). Received withdrawn fund the next day when I checked my POSB balance around 7pm.
 

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i want to get exposure to local REITs, but my workplace doesn't allow me to buy single stock names :(

considering Syfe REIT+ vs Lion-Phillip S-REIT ETF, which one makes more sense? i see both online also got people say no good :s13:

right now i am inclined to do the ETF cos Syfe got bond component, which i don't want

got about 20k of SRS money to put in, i figure now is a good time to go in but not sure if i should slowly deploy in 5k tranches or do lump sum...
 

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i want to get exposure to local REITs, but my workplace doesn't allow me to buy single stock names :(

considering Syfe REIT+ vs Lion-Phillip S-REIT ETF, which one makes more sense? i see both online also got people say no good :s13:

right now i am inclined to do the ETF cos Syfe got bond component, which i don't want

got about 20k of SRS money to put in, i figure now is a good time to go in but not sure if i should slowly deploy in 5k tranches or do lump sum...

Why working some job cannot invest in stocks?? Sorry I’m just curious..
 

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i want to get exposure to local REITs, but my workplace doesn't allow me to buy single stock names :(

considering Syfe REIT+ vs Lion-Phillip S-REIT ETF, which one makes more sense? i see both online also got people say no good :s13:

right now i am inclined to do the ETF cos Syfe got bond component, which i don't want

got about 20k of SRS money to put in, i figure now is a good time to go in but not sure if i should slowly deploy in 5k tranches or do lump sum...

Make a poll, see how many of us eill do lump sum or tranches..

I ll go for tranches
 

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i want to get exposure to local REITs, but my workplace doesn't allow me to buy single stock names :(

considering Syfe REIT+ vs Lion-Phillip S-REIT ETF, which one makes more sense? i see both online also got people say no good :s13:

right now i am inclined to do the ETF cos Syfe got bond component, which i don't want

got about 20k of SRS money to put in, i figure now is a good time to go in but not sure if i should slowly deploy in 5k tranches or do lump sum...

Working in a bank?
 

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i want to get exposure to local REITs, but my workplace doesn't allow me to buy single stock names :(

considering Syfe REIT+ vs Lion-Phillip S-REIT ETF, which one makes more sense? i see both online also got people say no good :s13:

right now i am inclined to do the ETF cos Syfe got bond component, which i don't want

got about 20k of SRS money to put in, i figure now is a good time to go in but not sure if i should slowly deploy in 5k tranches or do lump sum...

You ask srs but do you know syfe srs is not ready now
 

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Autowealth say they getting SRS approved for donkey years... Saw they say "to be released soon" 50+ weeks ago?

Wonder if syfe can get it out soon


You ask srs but do you know syfe srs is not ready now
 

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You ask srs but do you know syfe srs is not ready now

I didn’t know! :eek:

I read the website they macam ready liao wor.

That makes the choice easy, Lion-Phillip REIT etf it is then :D
 

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Autowealth say they getting SRS approved for donkey years... Saw they say "to be released soon" 50+ weeks ago?

Wonder if syfe can get it out soon
Syfe said est end of Q2.

Hopw its faster than autowealth !
 
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