Build your wealth with Singapore Investing

Invest in a SGX-listed ETF portfolio that generates passive income for you through various market conditions.

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Build your wealth with Singapore Investing
Build your wealth with Singapore Investing

Keep earning even when the market changes

Singapore investing is a unique portfolio that sources your income from various asset classes such as Singapore government bonds, Asia and Singapore corporate bonds, Singapore REITs, and Singapore stocks that dynamically work together to grow through ups and downs.

Funds we invest in
At a glance
StashAway Risk Index
12%
Recommended investment duration
3 to 5 years
Currency
SGD
Minimum investment
None

Your portfolio is always in good hands

As with all of our portfolios, our ERAA® framework makes sure to adjust your Singapore Investing Portfolio’s asset allocation in the face of new economic conditions. You’ll get quality income and capital appreciation even through market volatility and uncertainty.

Two ways to invest

Cash

Make sure your cash is working harder for you! Set up the StashAway app, and transfer via manual deposit or eGIRO FAST.

SRS

Save on taxes and maximise your retirement savings when you invest your Supplementary Retirement Scheme (SRS) funds. 

Enrich your investment portfolio with Singapore Investing

Unlock passive income sources across asset classes, from equities to S-REITs to bonds. The Singapore Investing portfolio is a powerful supplement to your current core investment strategy.

What will you do with your income?

reinvest
Reinvest
Invest your dividends and yields if you’re looking for a reliable, low-risk way to grow a pocket of your money.
reinvest
Withdraw
Cash out your dividends when they reach a minimum monthly amount of $20 SGD. You can use it to pay for your bills or any other expenses. There’s no lock-in with our Singapore Investing Portfolio, so you have access to your money anytime.

No hidden fees.
No kidding.

Subscription fee
Switching fee
Rebalancing fee
Re-optimisation fee

StashAway management fee
0.2% - 0.8% p.a.
Fees charged by ETF manager
Approx. 0.4% p.a.

Enhance your income with Singapore Investing

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Enhance your income with Singapore Investing
Enhance your income with Singapore Investing

Frequently Asked Questions

ETFs that allocated in our Singapore Investing Portfolio are Straits Times Index, SG Government Bond, SGD Investment Grade Corp Bond, S-REIT, Asia ex-Japan REIT, and Asia High Yield Corporate Bonds.

For Singapore Investing Portfolio, you can opt to either reinvest the dividend payout or have the payouts sent to your personal bank account.

However, this option is not available if you deposit using an SRS account and the dividend will be reinvested. You may proceed to withdraw the dividend by performing a withdrawal request and the fund will be transferred to your SRS account.

All dividend payments are reflected in your "Transactions" tab.

You should get the payouts as soon as it’s distributed and so we don’t aggregate the underlying funds’ payouts to smooth out the distribution over the course of a year. 

Hence, the dividend payout is dependent on the schedule of each ETFs. There may be a month when a handful of ETFs schedule their payouts; there may be months in which none of the 6 ETFs distribute dividends and no income is paid out at all.

We display Total Returns, Time-weighted Returns, and Money-weighted Returns. The multiple ways of viewing your returns give you the flexibility to understand the performance of your individual portfolio(s) depending on how you wish to evaluate your portfolio(s).

What is Total Return?

Total Return is the simple return of all your portfolios’ returns in the currency terms you select to display.

What is Time-weighted Return?

Time-weighted Return (TWR) is commonly-used in the financial industry, making it an easy metric to compare returns between different portfolio managers. TWR measures the portfolio manager’s ability to generate returns, not the effects of an investor’s deposit and withdrawal behaviours. It does this by tracking performance from the first deposit made into a portfolio.

What is Money-weighted Return?

Money-weighted Return helps to gauge the effectiveness of an investor’s timing of deposits and withdrawals. It does this by including the effects of multiple cash flows by assigning a weight to each of your deposits and withdrawals. In other words, a deposit or withdrawal of $1,000 SGD has a lesser effect on your portfolio’s return figure than a deposit or withdrawal of $100,000 SGD. 

To learn more, read our article on how we calculate returns.

We display Total Returns, Time-weighted Returns, and Money-weighted Returns. The multiple ways of viewing your returns give you the flexibility to understand the performance of your individual portfolio(s) depending on how you wish to evaluate your portfolio(s).

What is Total Return?

Total Return is the simple return of all your portfolios’ returns in the currency terms you select to display.

What is Time-weighted Return?

Time-weighted Return (TWR) is commonly-used in the financial industry, making it an easy metric to compare returns between different portfolio managers. TWR measures the portfolio manager’s ability to generate returns, not the effects of an investor’s deposit and withdrawal behaviours. It does this by tracking performance from the first deposit made into a portfolio.

What is Money-weighted Return?

Money-weighted Return helps to gauge the effectiveness of an investor’s timing of deposits and withdrawals. It does this by including the effects of multiple cash flows by assigning a weight to each of your deposits and withdrawals. In other words, a deposit or withdrawal of $1,000 SGD has a lesser effect on your portfolio’s return figure than a deposit or withdrawal of $100,000 SGD. 

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