Over the years, I chose to minimize the efforts I need to manage my investment portfolio. In 2017, I decided to automate my investments with AutoWealth, a robo advisor in Singapore. That makes things a lot simpler since I only have to decide on my asset allocation and let the robo advisor do the rest.
Here’s how my AutoWealth portfolio looks like. I’ve chosen to go more aggressive with a 80/20 allocation between equities and bonds.
These are the index ETFs that my portfolio is invested in:
I’m investing most of the savings from my monthly salary through AutoWealth.
I had this portfolio since 2015 and these ETFs are mostly relics of the past when I was managing my portfolio on my own. I have not made any additional investment since I’ve started my AutoWealth investment portfolio.
I had this portfolio since 2015 and I have not made any additional investment since I’ve started my AutoWealth investment portfolio.
I’ve bought a small SOHO unit in Cambodia as a real estate investment, hoping to gain first mover advantage in an emerging market and reap rewards for my risky venture. The apartment has since been fully paid and I’ve signed a leasing agreement to allow the property developer to rent the apartment out on my behalf for the next 3 years.