With the shares prices falling since mid-May, opportunities are open for investors to buy more to increase their portfolio.
I am currently looking at investing using my CPF savings since it may probably be sometime before I will need to use it.
Would that be a good choice? Better go do some research before plunging into it.
I have often asked myself, how much would it be considered enough? Do I want to earn $10,000 a month? Would that be enough? I have finally concluded that having $60,000 annually is what can give me a decend lifestyle, I should just target to earn that amount and not over-stretch myself.
Assuming that the average dividend yield of the dividend shares/REITs that I will be buying is approximately 4%. To achieve an income of $60,000 annually will mean that the dividends should give me $5,000/month. Continue reading “How Much Investment Capital do I Need?”
Just as a start, since I started this blog after I embarked on my journey, I shall just post my current portfolio as of 20th June 2013. The current portfolio I am holding on is to allow me to start receiving dividends or distributions every quarter such that the annual yield is higher than the interest rates given by banks in Singapore. Continue reading “My Current Portfolio”