We spent about $4,250 in March and it was actually another rather frugal month by our standards. If we excluded the $700 that we paid for the day trips in Melbourne, the number would be much closer to $3,500.…
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As a person who lunches on all weekdays at work, I could tell that inflation is in with the prices of food that I am paying. The norm some years ago was like $3 a lunch but nowadays, the norm for a meal out during office could be minimally $4 and it would be more if one buys a drink to accompany the meal.
Inflation seems to be getting more evident though recently through firstly, an increase in town and conservancy charges (the town council fees in simpler terms); then we have the 30% increase in water fees which personally I feel is a lot for a one-time increase. And it was only on 1 Apr 2017 that I learnt of the increase in electricity tariffs next. Read more »
During the window from April to May, many companies usually file their financial results for the previous year. What follows after is a mandatory meeting, or commonly known as the Annual General Meeting (AGM), between shareholders and the directors which is conducted once a year as the name suggests. At the meeting, directors share company […]
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. I got Trump right though, 7 months before elections. Maybe it’s luck, but I did make a bet with a friend and pocketed some nice money because of the insane odds.US equities head lower within the next 2 qu…
You don’t need an Innovative Term Insurance on your Credit Card Debt (PPI). You need to clear your Credit Card Debt
We should be wary about some of the products sold by banks. This week, I got a call from UOB Customer Service. Being a customer of their bank, this was not surprising. I was expecting them to extend some personal loan or investment plan. This time it is a bit different. The lady explain this […]
How time flies. This is post no. 208, which makes it the 4th birthday for this weekly blog. This is a time for celebrations and reflections. Today’s story is about my studies in the Singapore Management University (SMU)’s Masters in Applied Finance (MA…
My wife and I went for the Coldplay concert last night at the National Stadium Singapore with a bunch of good friends. We couldn’t get tickets closer to the stage because of the large group and ended up with tickets all the way at the back. Both of us watched Coldplay perform before at a […]
Mr Quek Kiat Siong, the co-owner of a popular popiah business, passed away on 4 Aug 2012. After his demise, his estate tried to make a claim on both of his Personal Accident (PA) policies. However, AIA rejected the claim, based on suicide exclusion. The aggrieved family litigated the matter but the judgment was unfavourable. […]
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Before you know it, Q1 came and left. TTI’s portfolio generated an internal rate of return of 15.78% annualized. Total net assets under management grew by $105,937.67, from $943,815.80 at the end of FY16Q4 to $1,049,753.47 at the end of FY17Q1. These figures are nett of all fees. Looking at the AUM, a gain of […]
Palm Oil | Listed 2010 | In 3 Countries Comparison done with HLH Group (H27) – Closest market cap 1) IDENTIFICATION OF COMPANIES THAT ARE UNDERVALUED. Price to book ratio : 0.971 (2.9% Below fair value) H27 – 0.513 Price … Continue reading →