Advice for maintaining personal equity portfolio

Hey guys,

Been really busy at my VC, and haven't had much time to read bloomberg news and dig into companies. For some context, I don't really trade but just hold equity long. 

Wondering if any of you have any helpful tips for maintaining your equity portfolio? For example forming group chats to discuss equity ideas, etc.

Thanks in advance!

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Jun 3, 2021 - 11:33am

Trade equities that is professionally traded (oil, bonds, indexes etc.) - less risks of r/wsb blowing your shit up.

Go foreign into other markets and reap. I am trading Singaporean equities right now. I can legit pay my bills with it only.

Hope this helps :)

Jun 3, 2021 - 11:50am

sailorabyssal

Trade equities that is professionally traded (oil, bonds, indexes etc.) - less risks of r/wsb blowing your shit up.

Go foreign into other markets and reap. I am trading Singaporean equities right now. I can legit pay my bills with it only.

Hope this helps :)

Nice! Thanks for your suggestions. I don't really see many good equities to buy on the singapore stock exchange, other than bank stocks. Anyone sectors that would be interesting?

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