Singapore Property Realtor
Home  |  About Us  |  Contact
Singapore Real Estate Enquiry
Buy Real Estate Enquiry
Sell Real Estate Enquiry
Rent Real Estate Enquiry
Invest Real Estate Enquiry
Singapore Realtor Main Menu
Home
About Singapore Realtor
Why Select Mindy Yong
Company Real Estate agents
Calling Every Expats
Singapore Career Opportunity
Exclusive Buyer Agent
Investment of Real Estate
Mistakes Seller Always Make
Mistakes Buyer Always Make
Mistake Investor Always Make
Singapore Realtor Spirit
Enbloc Realtor
Property Guide and Tips
Buying Property Tips
Should you rent or purchase?
Process of buying and selling
Purchase by foreigners
Hire only one buying agent
Our buyer Service Pledge
Planning prior to purchase
Get an appropriate mortgage
Searching for a property
Make an Offer
Property Inspection
Selling Property Tips
When to sell?
Information on commission
Latest transacted Price
Employ a single selling agent
Discount Agent vs Full Agents
Pledge of the Owner
Fixing the Price of the Property
Show your property
Art of Negotiating
Concluding the Sale
Guides for Expatriate
Moving to Singapore
Renting or Leasing Process
Housing Type in Singapore Frequently Asked Questions
Singapore Resources
Welcome to Singapore
Information of Singapore
Permanent Resident S'pore
Guide To Renting In Singapore
Singapore Government
Foreign Embassy In Singapore
SIR Tenant Check
Singapore International School
Expats Relocation
Map Of Singapore
Singapore Condo Near MRT
Expats Useful Resources
Singapore Career Jobs Opportunity

Mistake Investor Always Make

Singapore Property Realtor website provide the Mistake Investor that always make :

1. Timing the market.

We'd all love to get out of the stock market at the top and in at the bottom, but academic studies have long shown that the market timing is almost always futile.

2. Panicking.

It rarely pays to sell when everyone else does. As a mutual fund shareholder, you would have sold at the fund's price by the end of the day.

3. Using high-cost funds.

It's bad enough to lose money in a bear market, but the more you pay your fund company, the more money you'll lose once the market turns south.

4. Turning to bear funds.

Some funds are designed to rise when the stock market falls, which is beneficial in a bear market.

5. Quitting.

It's discouraging to lose money, but the biggest single factor in your success as an investor is how much you save but not how much returns the stock market gives you.

6.Treating Investments like a Part-Time Job – Not in a business like manner.

  • A business plan that covers both the short and the long term
  • Quantifiable goals against which to measure results
  • A strategy for attaining your goals
  • The right professionals to do the job

7.Not Having an Asset Allocation Strategy

Look at several investment scenarios and evaluate how well each mix fits your needs, depending on your:

  • Time Horizon
  • Income Requirements
  • Tolerance for Risk
  • Expectations for Return

8.Trying to Time the Market

“A Study of Economics usually Reveals that the Best Time to Buy Anything is Last Year”


9. Letting Emotions Drive Investment Decisions

There are only two emotions on Wall Street; Fear and Greed

10. Ignoring the Biggest Risk of All

Ask investors to name their biggest investment risk and most will tell you it’s the chance of losing principal. Loss of principal isn’t the biggest risk. Underestimate how much income we will need.

  • Forget how long our money might have to last
  • Assume we will stay healthy

11.Expecting any Manager’s Investment Approach to Work all the Time

In comparison to growth managers, value managers don’t experience the same highs, but typically do much better during down markets. No one style offers a clear performance advantage

  • Styles work in extended, unpredictable cycles
  • Style usually determines short-term performance

12.Hiring Managers Solely by the Numbers

If you heed the typical mistakes of small investors, you’ll never hire a manager based on numbers alone because there is a better way:

  • Decide what investment style you’re looking for
  • Look at past performance of managers who adhere to that style
  • For managers on the short list, insist on a long-term record
  • Research the qualitative factors that shape future performance

13.Getting Caught up in the Relative Performance Game

  • Measure performance of your total portfolio against your targeted goals
  • Always look at after-tax returns
  • Don’t forget to take inflation and expenses into account

 

14.Not Knowing When to Fire a Manager

When it comes to termination, investors frequently err in two ways: By firing managers they should keep and by keeping managers they should really let go. When affluent individuals make either mistake, it’s usually because they made a decision strictly “by the numbers”.


15. Not Having an Investment Management Consultant

An investment management consultant doesn’t manage your assets. Rather, he or she helps you create the strategic framework that is essential for the successful management of your assets.

 

MINDY YONG

(+65) 91002985

Fax: (+65) 64021826

mindy@mindyyong.com ( email me )

CEA Registration Number : R021232Z


Contact Me Now
Mindy Yong
mindy@mindyyong.com
Tel: (+65) 91002985
Fax: (+65) 64021826
Property Elite International Property Consultant Hotvictory
Featured Properties
HDB Flats
Private Apartment / Condo
Landed House
Commercial / Industrial
Singapore Realtor Services
Finance and Mortgage
Protection of your Assets
Furnishing and Renovation
Moving of office and home
Disposal and Storage Handing
Outsource & Accommodation
Agency In Singapore
Asset Finance In Singapore
Asset Management Singapore
Auction In Singapore
Building Consultancy S'pore
Financial Solution & Business
Capital Advisory In Singapore
Corporate Consultation
Services Of Development
National Economy Policy
Predicting Business
Financial Consultation
International Corporate Service
Hospitality Management
Industrial and Logistics
Investment Agency
Investment Management
Investor Consultation
Business parks and Offices
Real Estate Management
Real Estate Solution-Developer
Real Estate solution - Investor
Real Estate solution - Occupier
Research
Residential In Singapore
Retail and Leisure
Structured Finances
Technology In Singapore
Renew & Urban Regeneration
Valuation Pricing
Singapore Real Estate Market
Buying Real Estate Singapore
Selling Real Estate Singapore
Renting Real Estate Singapore
Invest Real Estate Singapore
Singapore Property Classifieds

Singapore Latest Information
Lastest Info ! Singapore Market Watch, Property News Alert, Insider News, Get First Information
Name:
Email:
Subscribe 
Unsubscribe 
Copyright © 2010 www.singaporepropertyrealtor.com. All Rights Reserved.      Privacy Policy | Sitemap design by bsystem