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Which Singapore REIT ETF Would I Invest In?

Heyyyy it’s yo boy L-dawg, the financial blogger who doesn’t really write financial blogposts. (go figure) Today I decided to switch it up and actually write something money-related, because a bunch of y’all have been emailing me to ask abouuuuuttttt… REIT ETFs! (woot woot!) This particular post is a little more technical than my usual […]


Dear readers, I was introduced to the term “dumpster diving” when I read an article about this yesterday. Yes, it is an amazing way to save monies, possibly become financially free and reduce waste on earth. Join the emailing list to receive regular Financial and Singapore stocks newsletters too! Like” me on Singapore Stocks Investing Facebook page to receive all posts on your Facebook as well as read more articles. Follow me on Twitter too.

Terms to know in the cryptocurrency social universe

When I first dipped my toes into the universe of cryptocurrencies, I could barely understand a word of what the crypto folks were talking about on Reddit, Medium and the various other forums. It was like a whole new different language, and I’m not even…

Do I need to take that risk?

It’s been a busy week at work and outside of work. Trying to finish up tasks before my colleagues head off for their block leave. And going for various celebratory events due to the festive season. We will probably be staying in at home tomorrow to rest and recover for the new work week ahead. […]


These few days or to put it more accurately, recently, there have been lots of financial news greeting us. We have the thinking that taxes are going to rise from the news read. We read that healthcare costs are going up. And then there is the news of Singapore studying the funding options for Terminal 5. Read more »

5 Tips to Keep Your Holiday Spending Under Control

It’s the time of year for Christmas decorations, singing carols and spending way too much as the spirit of the season takes over our wallets. On average, Singaporeans are expected to shell out over $1,000 this holiday season—leaving large credit card bills or empty bank accounts come January. But, it doesn’t have to be that […]

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