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By Eileen Tan and Ui Wei Teck (guest contributors) The strategy of the Value Investor lies in the capability to uncover great businesses before it gets widespread attention. You can then buy low, sell high and not react to news. You have to spend time analyzing a company’s financial position […]

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By Alvin Chow (guest contributor) Law I: Every body persists in its state of being at rest or of moving uniformly straight forward, except insofar as it is compelled to change its state by force impressed. ~ Sir Isaac Newton I have always adhered to the trading mantra – follow […]

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By Eileen Tan and Ui Wei Teck (guest contributors) If you can get your teenage children interested in investment at a young age, you deserve a big round of applause! By starting young, not only will they benefit from a longer investment duration, they will also gain from the power […]

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By AK (guest contributor) I met someone recently who told me he is swearing off the stock market for good. I asked him why. He told me that he lost a lot of money in the global financial crisis but he managed to recover all his losses in the ensuing […]

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By Eileen Tan and Ui Wei Teck (guest contributors) Leverage can multiply your investment results and accelerate your journey towards your wealth goal. Similar to the leveraging benefit in properties from taking a mortgage (which is a good debt), we can leverage in the Equity Market too. What are CFDs? […]

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By Eileen Tan and Ui Wei Teck (guest contributors) Besides getting a salary and saving money for rainy days, have you thought about how you can have a financial plan for your retirement? What would happen if you were to lose your job? Real Estate and Value Investing are two […]

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By Alvin Chow (guest contributor) Be careful when agents try to sell you mutual funds (equivalent to unit trusts in Singapore). Since you do not have the expertise and time, you may feel it is better to leave your money with the professional fund managers. It seems like the easy […]

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By Alvin Chow (guest contributor) Does it make sense to invest in the Straits Times Index Exchange Traded Fund (STI ETF)? I believe so, and have listed four reasons below why I think it makes sense to do so. 1. Low cost – management fee and sales charge = less […]

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By Brian Halim (guest contributor) People are often drawn towards the adrenaline rush that entertainment, partying or investing provides. Once, I went to the casino with a friend at the Marina Bay Sands (MBS). What struck me was how the gamblers around the table—no matter how young or old—would whoop […]

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By Alvin Chow (guest contributor) I learnt about the concept of mental models from my boss. He said that we use heuristics to form judgments or make decisions. Heuristics are rules of thumb used to shortcut the thinking process. He quoted the example of a kid learning about what a […]

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