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TheFinance.sg invests in difficult times PERSONAL FINANCE

Given the daily news about COVID-19 that is flooding social media and headlines, it will be difficult to stay in line with your investments, and some will find it difficult to continue.

Since my job is still safe at the moment, I know that the prospects for the end of the year and 2021 are not looking so good. For new graduates who have difficulty finding a job, investing is the last thing everyone thinks about, unless you are an experienced investor or have enough emergency funds.

However, it is actually a good time to start as prices are becoming attractive to many companies. My colleague mentioned to me a few weeks ago that she was going to buy DBS for $ 18.00 as it was a good price.

But a couple of days ago when I asked her what it was like, she didn’t even set up a brokerage account

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