Me & My Money: Start early on investing so there's time to bounce back from turmoil, says finance executive

Mr Srihari Sikhakollu is the chief executive of digital remittance platform eRemit Singapore. ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH
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SINGAPORE - Never mind the folly of youth, they have time to bounce back.

That is the opinion of finance executive Srihari Sikhakollu who reckons youngsters have great advantages when it comes to investing - the ability to assume higher risks, a longer period to build a winning portfolio, and time on their side to turn the corner if periodic market disruptions come about.

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