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The Frugal Fox

Core Growth vs Equity100: What To Know About Syfe’s Newest Portfolio

If you’re invested in Syfe’s Equity100 portfolio, there may be times when you wished for a little more “cushion” for your portfolio. Last week’s market drop is a good example. If the portfolio held some diversification from gold and bonds, the decline might have been less jarring. It seems the investment team at Syfe recognised … Continue reading Core Growth vs Equity100: What To Know About Syfe’s Newest Portfolio

Why The Singapore REITs Pullback Is A Buying Opportunity

The current pullback in the Singapore REIT (S-REIT) sector is a “healthy correction” rather than the start of a prolonged downturn. With the bulk of Singapore’s economy poised to recover this year – our 2021 GDP has been forecasted at 4% to 6% – now could be time for investors to accumulate more REITs at … Continue reading Why The Singapore REITs Pullback Is A Buying Opportunity

Interest Rates And Cash Management Accounts: What To Know

When comparing savings products, be it insurance savings plans or cash management products, the number one thing people look out for is the per annum return. Right now, the highest guaranteed return for the first year is offered by Dash EasyEarn and GIGANTIQ (1.8% p.a.). Cash management accounts like Syfe Cash+ or Endowus Cash Smart … Continue reading Interest Rates And Cash Management Accounts: What To Know

Syfe / Endowus / Stashaway: Which Cash Management Account Is Best?

In our previous post, The Frugal Fox noted that Singtel Dash EasyEarn would be a good place to park your cash and get 1.8% p.a. on your first $20,000. But what if you’re looking for a product that can offer high interest rates on all your deposits? Cash management products may be the answer. Whether … Continue reading Syfe / Endowus / Stashaway: Which Cash Management Account Is Best?

Where To Get 1.8% p.a. On Your Savings: Singtel Dash EasyEarn VS GIGANTIQ

Gone are the days where you can “bank-and-earn” just by crediting your salary and spending on your credit card. As recently as 2019, a total transaction of SGD $5,000 on the above with DBS Multiplier was enough to earn you 1.9% p.a. interest. Today, that same salary and credit card spend combo will only get … Continue reading Where To Get 1.8% p.a. On Your Savings: Singtel Dash EasyEarn VS GIGANTIQ


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