Monday, June 29, 2015

What should investors do now amidst the Greece debt saga?

Today, in line with the movement of regional markets, Singapore stocks went south in view of the Greece debt saga. Hence it is no surprise that some of my portfolio went south. I have already factored in this Greece saga, hence I have only put in just some portion of the maximum capital that I would invest for year 2015 into stocks for the year to date. The Greece debt saga can only reveal more good bargains for investors as fundamentally good stocks will trade at good discounts and at higher dividend yields. Having been through some similar markets’ experience before, I can only say that this time round, I am prepared to buy in when markets opportunities and my diversified portfolio of stocks means that today, some of my stocks went up while many other stocks went south.
I could not agree more with analysts who say that it is not the default of Greece that investors do not like (as the Greece economy only contributes to a small portion of the total Eurzone economy), it is the “spill-over” effect that investors will take note of should a Greece default herald similar defaults for other countries with a high debt, countries like Italy. Greece’s debt is around 320 billion Euros. Join the emailing list to receive regular Financial and Singapore stocks newsletters too! Like" me on Singapore Stocks Investing Facebook page to receive all posts on your Facebook as well as read more articles. Follow me on Twitter too.
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