Although we have somewhat of a good rally since 2009, the last two bear market have created an expectation (in Singapore as well) that people are expecting that the expectations to be very low.
The take is to look for a sell.
Some how with all the focus on properties and that major money still going into bonds, I am somewhat optimistic about equities but also watching the major trend indicators.
Also the emerging markets look to be outperforming the US market.
- Singapore Savings Bonds SSB January 2024 Yield Plunges to 3.07% (SBJAN24 GX24010F) - December 1, 2023
- New 6-Month Singapore T-Bill Yield in Early-December 2023 Should be Slightly Higher at 3.85% (for the Singaporean Savers) - November 30, 2023
- Have the World or Emerging Market Healthcare Stocks Outperform the World and EM Index? - November 26, 2023