Useful Websites for Investors in Singapore

Useful Websites for Investors in Singapore

Here are a list of useful websites for investors in Singapore with specific information on investing in Singapore as well as general information on investing and economics.

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Government/ Association Websites

SGX

The Singapore Exchange website includes login access to SGX and CDP services as well as the SGXAcademy which has online and offline courses for investors.

Money SENSE

A government initiated financial education website for Singaporeans.

CPF

The CPF website includes login access to the CPF platform for online services.

Securities Investors Association of Singapore (SIAS)

The largest organized investor lobby group in Asia, with almost 71,000 retail investors as members. Website includes education resources with articles and videos.

Resources/ Personal Finance Websites & Blogs

Investopedia

Investopedia is the largest website in the world devoted entirely to investing education.

Google Finance

Google’s finance tool page that includes finance and investing news, stock charts and stock screeners. You can also input your stock portfolio and watch list to monitor.

Yahoo Finance

Yahoo’s finance tool page that includes finance and investing news, stock charts and stock screeners. You can also input your stock portfolio and watch list to monitor.

Economic Principles.org

Ray Dalio’s simple but not simplistic website on explaining the economy and the market cycles in an easy to understand manner

Big Fat Purse

Local website with strong content on personal finance and investing.

The Motley Fool (Singapore)

The Singapore version of this website offers advice on personal finance and investing.

Dollars and Sense

Local website that aims to be the destination for timely, relevant, and useful information on personal finance matters presented for the ordinary Singaporean in a bite-sized, interesting, and enjoyable manner.

iMoney

Comparison portal with an education center with articles on personal finance.

SG Money Matters

Local personal finance blog well-defined and well-written.

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