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  • Calvin Yeo { Hi Ameer, yup I agree that SCB trading has been pretty lacking in this aspect. As a guideline though, US charges 30% dividend withholding tax for foreigners, so this is ... } – Jul 15, 12:18 PM
  • Calvin Yeo { Hi David, you can definitely transfer your shares into CDP at a cost, need to check how much it is though. However, I recommend that you at least accumulate a ... } – Jul 15, 12:16 PM
  • Calvin Yeo { Hi minx, you are right about OUE hospitality. In fact, it's a risk which I highlighted before. However, while it is only one property, it is a very well located ... } – Jul 15, 12:09 PM
  • Ameer { Hi Guys Thanks for sharing. I am new to your website and I have started using SCB to buy foreign shares. I am surprised that there is absolutely no info ... } – Jul 09, 3:04 PM
  • David { Hi, I'm currently on BCIP and wish to move a counter into CDP. Do you know if it's possible to move an odd lot into CDP? (eg. 1230 shares in ... } – Jul 05, 7:25 PM
  • minx { Dear Calvin, Thanks for sharing your thoughts on FHT. What is it that you like about OUE hospitality? One thing that held me back from investing is it's concentration risk ... } – Jul 01, 2:10 PM
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Course Outline For Investing For Passive Income Course

Following several requests for the course outline, here is a brief breakdown of the topics to be covered in the basic course. Bear in mind that this is a basic course and may not be able to cover more detailed and advanced topics of each asset class.   Hope you will find the outline useful! ...

Investing For Passive Income Course Singapore 27th October Saturday

Hello all readers! This is the moment that many of you have been waiting for! Calvary Wealth Consultants Pte Ltd is proud to present to you the Investing For Passive Income Course in Singapore happening on 27th October Saturday.     This is a basic one day course which is suitable for people who have ...

Comments on Straits Times Article CPFIS Funds lose 4.06% in Q2

08.31.2012 · Posted in Dividend Stocks, Singapore, Unit Trusts

An interesting article came out today on Straits Times with the huge heading that CPFIS Funds lose 4.06% in Q2, in contrast, savings in CPF accounts enjoyed 2.5%-4% annual returns. The article however, does not present a balanced view and seeks instead to dwell on the current quarter loss of CPFIS funds. I understand that news ...

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