Step 1: Open a Bank Account in Singapore

This series of articles¬†deal with all the mandatory technical procedures like setting up the necessary accounts needed to be able to invest in Singapore. The information has been broken down into steps and outlined the simplest, most-hassle-free way of going about to get started. It is technically possible to hire a financial planner to assist […]

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Step 3: Open a CDP Account in Singapore

In this article, we explore how to open a CDP Account in Singapore for new investors. Custody of Holdings In order to trade securities in Singapore, most financial institutions will require you to open a Direct Securities Account with The Central Depository (CDP) or simply referred to as a CDP account. The CDP is basically […]

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Step 4: Investing with CPF in Singapore

In this article, we explore investing with CPF in Singapore or more accurately how to invest with your CPF savings. While good-intentioned and a better system than a welfare scheme or socialist policy, our CPF system appears to be way too convoluted or is just so poorly communicated that it is very difficult for an […]

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Step 5: Investing with the Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS) in Singapore

In this article, we explore investing with¬†the Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS) in Singapore. Except being an initiative by the Singapore government, the Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS) has nothing to with your CPF savings. It is a voluntary savings account that you can contribute to. While many websites and bloggers compare them together, the CPF and […]

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