Me & My Money: Revisit financial objectives and adjust investments accordingly

Financial services industry veteran says it is never too early to start planning for retirement

Manulife Investment Management Singapore chief executive Wendy Lim and her husband Gregory Trinh, an IT consultant, posing on a Jeep at their River Valley condo.
Manulife Investment Management Singapore chief executive Wendy Lim and her husband Gregory Trinh, an IT consultant, posing on a Jeep at their River Valley condo.ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN

Asset management executive Wendy Lim is well aware that trying to time the market in this volatile environment is a fool's errand, but she believes it is important to stay invested.

"Many retail investors fall into the trap of buying high because everyone is buying, and selling low as people panic and are exiting the market," she notes.

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