This is a money question that constantly bites us. How should we better handle idle money? What are the choices available? If you are not an investor, keep it in bank deposits for safety. If you want higher gain as an investor, taking on higher-risk investments is unavoidable. Unfortunately, that
The stock brokerage business is a highly competitive one. This works to the advantage of retail investors. Let them fight among each other so that we can pick the best deal among them. I personally have accounts with several stock brokerages as each of them comes with its own strengths
With the recent OCBC phishing scam [https://market-observer.addvaluedonoevil.com/precautions-i-have-taken-to-prevent-hackers-from-stealing-my-money-in-my-bank-account/] that caused millions of dollars to be stolen from at least 469 OCBC bank accounts in Singapore, one of the first things I did was to transfer some money from my bank accounts to my SingLife account to protect
I have been long enough in the stock market to remember the days when brokerage fees among Singapore brokers used to be priced at around 0.275% across all the local brokers. It seemed like there was an industry price cartel in the brokerage industry holding up the price then.