It aims to teach participants basic investment techniques.
The local bourse hopes to keep investors from making rash and uninformed investment decisions as it collaborates with CFA Society Singapore and MoneySENSE to launch a campaign to encourage retail investors to save and invest for the future.
The campaign, according to a press release by Singapore Exchange (SGX), will commence this month and will feature simulated savings and investment portfolios of three Singaporean individuals and families at different life stages.
SGX says it aims to provide retail investors with examples of basic investment and portfolio building techniques on the backdrop of specific investment goals and risk tolerance.
“The featured portfolios will also introduce different types of investment instruments and products available to retail investors, including relatively new ones such as the Singapore Savings Bonds,” the press release said.
Additionally, SGX Academy and CFA Society Singapore will also host public seminars once every two months, where retail investors can raise questions addressed by trainers and professionals.
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