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Thursday, 16 April 2015

Why choose to return money to CPF OA to earn 2.5% CAGR for DBS?


You sold your pillow stock?

Read? DBS : Sold @ $21.04


You can see the recent rise in DBS stock price has made its dividend @ $0.58 not so attractive as cash flow for volatile asset comparing to the 2.5% interest earned in CPF OA as fixed asset.

It is a small premium paid to trade off for a peace of mind on the road to the next Bear market.
















4 comments:

  1. CW,

    No more falling asleep at the wheel like in 2007 ;)

    New investors will learn at their own pace there's more to investing than Value, Growth, and Income investing... There's sector rotations, risk management, and when their portfolio becomes big big, there's asset re-balancing ;)

    I raise my glass to you!

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    1. Less Analyzing. More Investing - CW8888

      Ha ha!

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    2. $20 is the threshold to benchmark against CPF OA @ 2.5%.

      It is $0.58 vs $0.5x

      :-)

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  2. Simple comparison for not being too greedy but not so simple. Who knows how much higher the stock can go? But never regret because the protection of capital is number one in the long run. CPFIS always must take 2.5% to now may be some 3.5 % into account.
    For cash it's comparing to what the FD rate now.

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