What are the different ways to invest in stocks?

I am a new investor in Singapore. I am new to the market which is why I am faced with a bewildering range of options. There are dozens of systems and methods of investing, all with their pros and cons. With that said, how do I start investing in Singapore's growing stock market? Which one is the best way to invest?

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    Almost no one agrees on a single, best way tNote that growth investing is a form of active trading. Growth investors must keep monitoring the market, and be ready to buy or sell at short notice.o invest. The first option is the torInvestment grade bound tose is the “slow and steady” approach to wealth. It will never make you a million dollars in a year .Investment grade bonds pay out less in couponscompared to high yield bonds. Growth investors pursue wealth through capital appreciation.

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