Limited funds? Not sure how to diversify your investment portfolio?

Here’s how to diversify your portfolio with little money!



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Anna Haotanto is passionate about finance, education, women empowerment and children’s issues. Anna has been featured in CNBC, Forbes, The Straits Times, Business Insider, INC and The Peak Singapore. She was nominated and selected for FORTUNE Most Powerful Women conference in 2016 (Asia) and 2015 (San Francisco, Next Gen). Anna has 10 years of experience in the financial sector and is currently a Director in Tera Capital. Her previous work experience includes positions at Citigroup, United Overseas Bank, a regional role in Business Monitor and a boutique private equity firm based in Shanghai. She graduated from Singapore Management University (Finance and Quantitative Finance).


  1. […] Exchange-traded funds are funds that act like stocks and trade on stock exchanges. Many track indexes (more on indexes below). An EFT like a mutual fund typically holds a basket of securities, such as stocks, bonds, and commodities. Unlike a mutual fund, investors can see changes to the fund allocation daily. Mutual funds typically disclose changes to their funds once a quarter. […]

  2. Monthly investment plan in Singapore for investment in Emerging market ETF:-

    Can you please suggest if any broker in Singapore has monthly investment plan(regular monthly investment) which help in investment in Emerging market(JP, MY, ID, India, Thailand) ETF same like DBS monthly investment plan for Nikko AM STI ETF counters or OCBC/POEM/Maybank STI ETF counter for Singapore.


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