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How much should I invest through QuietGrowth?
- a 'rainy-day fund' in cash, term deposits or low-risk fixed-income instruments. It should cover at least six months of expenses to deal with any unexpected emergencies (unemployment, illness, etc.) that might arise in your life as well as in your family member's lives. This would also include six-months worth of any monthly payment commitments that you might be having towards your mortgages or loans.
- an optional 'discretionary fund', of a size that you are comfortable with, if you have the financial strength and appetite to easily withstand the loss of that entire amount in the worst-case scenario. The amount in this discretionary fund can go towards investing in risky opportunities in which you personally believe and understand, such as a specific stock, a personal loan for a relatively-higher interest to a friend, or a business venture of your friend.