The last time I updated this blog was actually before the Covid storm started. That’s how long it has been. Here’s an update of what transpired, my current portfolio composition and my outlook. Back in March, the world’s markets were frozen in fear as we witnessed the steepest drop since the 1930s Great Depression, with […]
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I have a friend who knows that I collect the returns of these matured insurance savings plans. I wish to satisfy my thirst to find out how close or far they are off the projections that their insurance adviser showed them in the past. You can review all the past insurance endowment returns my friends […]
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4 Stocks This Week (Best ETFs In 2020) [22 May 2020] GLD US$; XT S&P 500 -1x US$; XT SingGovBond SG$; ABF SG Bond
Gold, shorting equities and Singapore bonds are behind the best performing ETFs in Singapore.
Out of the many things I have read, it was a post at Housing Wire that made me wonder whether we are thinking too much in the present and not stepping back and referencing back to the baseline. Real estate are traditionally less correlated with the equity markets. This time they are really showing less […]
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Sign up & unlock articles! Our national carrier is in trouble. The devastating COVID-19 pandemic had decapacitated its fleets, resulting in SIA recording a full-year net loss of $212 million. This is the first ever full-year financial loss in the course of the carrier’s 48 years of operating history. Against this backdrop, all hell break loose for SIA share price. The announcement of the financial result also coincided with the recent mega rights exercise. These factors combined to cause SIA share price to roil to no end.
In my humble opinion, the trouble for SIA share price is not in the rights issue itself but rather the pricing of the rights. At $3.00, the rights represented a massive discount of 53.8% to the last traded SIA share price of $6.50 on 25 March 2020. Evidently, the rationale for such massive discount is to make the rights issue as appealing as possible to retail investors. But in doing so, many retail …
Buying Books Online As A Family: How Much Can You Save Buying From International Stores Using YouTrip?
Use this trick to get a cheaper price for your future overseas online purchases.
Listed in 2010, Sunway REIT is a diversified Malaysian REIT with a focus on retail malls. It generally invests in retail and mixed-used assets in high-growth cities and townships. As of June 2019, it owned 17 assets with a total asset value around RM8.1 billion. Its properties are spread across Peninsular Malaysia – mainly in […]
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Here’s Why We Should Not Stop Looking Out For Opportunities In The Financial And Job Markets In 2020
Here’s why a recession could be the best time to continue investing in the financial markets and in your career.
Some suggestions for online shopping items that still make sense after Circuit Breaker.
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This post was written in collaboration with Singtel. While we are financially compensated by them, we nonetheless strive to maintain our editorial integrity and review products with the same objective…
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