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posted on 9 Nov 2018  -  15,339 views
With the increasing interest rates, Singapore Savings Bonds is becoming more and more popular. Naturally, many users have requested for StocksCafe to support them. As usual, StocksCafe answered your call :)
If you do not know what
Singapore Savings Bonds is about, you can learn more
I am happy to share that StocksCafe now supports Singapore Savings Bonds!
Click here to see the different issues of Singapore Savings Bonds.
You can also add Singapore Savings Bonds just like you
would add any other transactions to your portfolio. I strongly recommend
creating a new portfolio named "SSB" or similar to organize them.
As always, I welcome suggestions especially bug reports.
ps: Big thanks to
warriortan for sharing the interest rates of all past SSB with me! (check out his
blog post on SSB here)
- Thanks Evan!
9 Nov 2018 20:22:00
- Thanks Evan! Would be great to utilise this function for tracking.
10 Nov 2018 10:59:11
- thanks Evan. Great.
12 Nov 2018 14:07:47
- Thanks Evan, that's great ! :)
15 Nov 2018 08:33:05
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