I was excited about Astrea V’s bond when its initial prospectus was released on 22th May 2019. At that point in time, I had invested in Temasek’s 2.7% Bond and was ready to sell it in the open market, to buy the upcoming bond issue. This is not the first time Astrea’s bond was offered … More Why I am buying Astrea V Class A-1 Bond
It has been about 3 months since my last post. 2019 is definitely an eventful year for me as I graduated from my course of study in Polytechnic a few weeks ago and I will be enlisting for National Service in 2 months time. I will not be updating my blog often as the purpose … More Thoughts about Savings as a teenager
National Service is compulsory for all Singaporeans male. I myself is enlisting to serve the nation this year too. Before I go into today’s post, this post is not sponsored by POSB. The reason I wrote this post because I came across this savings account while suggesting some recommend bank accounts for my friend in … More Savings Account for NSF – POSB Save As You Serve
I understand that we Singaporeans always want to have the best deals. Starting from the previous post about Singapore Savings Bond, I will be posting comparison of whether to buy into the latest or the upcoming issue. Before we do any comparison, let’s do a recap how MAS derives the rates for SSB using the … More January 2019 – Should you buy the upcoming or latest SSB issue?
Starting from this post, I will be posting comparison of whether to buy into the latest or the upcoming issue on a regular basis. The advice that is given on forum is that one should wait till the last minute to decide on which issue to take up. Therefore, it came to my mind that … More How are SSB rates derived and comparison of upcoming and latest SSB issue
Feautured Image Source: Singapore Savings Bond Singapore Savings Bond (SSB) launched its latest tranche of SSB today and to me this is the juiciest short term rate I have ever seen at 2.01%. At 2.01%, this is already higher than most or even all fixed deposits available in the market. Therefore, I am writing this … More Why Singapore Savings Bond will sell like hotcakes.