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Saturday, 6 August 2016

How To Make Passive Indexing Works For You???


Singapore Man of Leisure 6 August 2016 at 10:43:00 GMT+8
 
LOL!

Now you understand why I must fight "Passive Indexing" with all my might?

Soon you'll be doing it full time just like me.


The day when you or me switch to passive indexing, its the day we CAPITUALTE.

When that day comes, don't poke me. Give me a shoulder to cry on... It's never pretty when a man looks into the mirror and discover he does not have the mojo anymore...

I wonder why no one goes to Hong Lim Park to scream GIC and Temasek should switch to passive indexing? Can save a whole army of active money managers and their support buy-side analysts?

No?

 
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CW8888:

LOL!

Hmm ....

Those "Guru" bloggers who have commercial interests and NOT depending MAINLY on their investment/portfolio income for their household expenses advocating that retail investors are better off doing passive indexing. So are they Right?


   
They are probably right when you have fairly large investing capital and ONLY require 2 to 3% Mean Reversion ROC to fund your annual household expenses during your retirement.
 
Believe them. It is most likely to work in your favour!  
 
Passive Income of course!
 
 
You dare SMOL to come and fight.
 
 







 
 
 
 






 


7 comments:

  1. Published on Jul 25, 2013
    Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew, Chairman of GIC explains why the Government of Singapore Investment Corp or GIC is vital to Singapore's national interest at their 30th anniversary dinner held at the Shangri-la Hotel on Monday.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhttA3ADZpc

    ..............

    May be G should listen to Warren Buffett to invest in Index.

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    1. Warren Buffett to heirs: Put my estate in index funds

      http://www.marketwatch.com/story/warren-buffett-to-heirs-put-my-estate-in-index-funds-2014-03-13

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    2. Heirs just need a small % Return to enjoy very good life for generations. LOL!

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    3. How to pay CPF members 2.5%, 4%, 5% and 6% if on index investing?

      Cut CPF interest to 1% 2% 3%?

      LOL!

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  2. Dec 8, 2014
    This video, targeted at students, illustrates our 5 investing principles:
    1. Pursue intrinsic value and maintain price discipline
    2. Practise long-term investing
    3. Pick our spots: be focused and leverage our strengths
    4. Pay attention to risk control
    5. Prepare for the future

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvuEJDyme5c

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  3. Dec 8, 2014
    Our investment framework distinguishes the three drivers of long-term performance for GIC:
    1. The performance of global markets, represented by the Reference Portfolio
    2. Our asset allocation strategy, as seen in the Policy Portfolio
    3. Skill-based strategies, as embodied in our Active Portfolio

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOTqbYAe3Nw

    ...........

    This is how and why GIC justify to employ top notch managers for her active investment? LOL

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  4. CW,

    Say until I maciam like sum seng. Please hor! I 书生 OK?


    I don't fight (I Pes C sick chicken); I "move mouth" only ;)



    Lucky I got say its for FULL TIME.

    Take away excuses like:

    1) I busy climbing the corporate ladder;

    2) I have my own business to run;

    3) I put my family first;

    4) I have zero interest in developing my craft of investing/trading; I just want money with no effort...


    What's the reason we choose Passive Investing again?

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