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SG Young Investment crosses 1 Million

October 30, 2014 by SG Young Investment
Yes its official. SG Young Investment has crossed one Million page views just this morning. I hope all of you enjoyed reading my blog as much as I had enjoyed writing for the past one year or so.  I have learnt a lot through writing on this blog as most of the time I have […]

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Book Revew: The napkin, the melon and the monkey

October 30, 2014 by My Money and Me
The monkey eats the melon, and needs the napkin. The book title was intriguing enough for me to pick it up. After reading it, I realize that the items mentioned are related to 3 stories, of how to be happy by simply changing the mind. Many times, I was easily upset by what occurs in […]
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"Oct 14" – SG Transactions & Portfolio Update"

October 30, 2014 by B
 No.  Counters No. of Lots Market Price (SGD) Total Value (SGD) based on market price Allocation % 1. FraserCenter Point Trust 30 1.92 57,600.00 23.0% 2. Vicom 6 5.95 35,700.00 14.0% 3. SembCorp Ind 7 4.80 33,600.00 13.0% 4. China Merchant Pacific 25 0.895 22,375.00 9.0% 5. Ascott Reit 15 1.225 18,375.00 7.0% 6. Mapletree […]
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Term insurance, my dad & I

October 30, 2014 by The Less Traveled Path
H & S Insurance & term insurance are the two most important insurances that one should get at the very minimum. H & S insurance will cover all your costs when you are hospitalised, including 120 days before and after your hospital stay, if you purchased a as charged policy which include the private integrated medishield paid by […]

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CFM Holdings (5EB) – The Smallest Cap Stock In Singapore And My CNAV Analysis

October 30, 2014 by Richard Ng
Since I’ve blogged about some biggest stocks in Singapore (click here to see my earlier post), today, I’ve decided to do the reverse i.e. identifying the smallest stock in Singapore and do a brief CNAV (Conservative Net Asset Value) Analysis on it. With the help of SGX’s StockFacts filtering feature, I managed to obtain the […]
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Unemployment and entrepreneurship in Singapore

October 30, 2014 by Gerald
Hi Gerald, Can you comment on the following: 1) How do people in their 40s find jobs in this day and age? (This being 2014) 2) How do you start a business venture with zero or very little (say about a SGD$1500) capital?  Thank you.  I received the above queries from one of my readers and […]
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How will the proposed merger of the China CNR and CSR Corp affect Midas ?

October 30, 2014 by Kevin Scully
Thursday, 30 October, 2014 3:49 PM Posted by Kevin Scully  The Xinhua News Agency reported on Tuesday that China’s State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission wanted to merge both China CNR and CSR Corp – China’s two state-owned railcar makers together.  At the entities named above have refused to comment.   I contacted Midas CEO […]
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Money games

October 30, 2014 by Travel.Invest.Cook
Everyone needs money. We can’t get enough of it and daydream about getting it without lifting a finger (Toto, 4D). Some resort to stealing, begging, lying, scamming… Others have to tolerate unreasonable bosses’ demands and work long hours, sacrifice family time just to earn a few more dollars. Then, why are some people still so […]
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OCBC – Good Set of Results, Value Buy!

October 30, 2014 by Felix Leong (pipi486)
OCBC released 3rd quarter earnings this morning, with net profits up 62% year over year, excluding one time gains, core net profits was up 11%, still pretty decent growth I must say. I do expect our local banks to grow earnings organically at a 5-10% clip for the years to come. Net interest margins improved […]
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The End of QE, What’s the Effect?

October 30, 2014 by Doctor Wealth Team
The Fed has finally ended quantitative easing (QE) as economic data has shown much improvement, especially the labor market. Unemployment rate has fallen to 5.9%, its lowest ever since the recession started. Huge Improvement on US Stock Market QE was basically buying trillions of dollars’ worth of long term bonds in an effort to keep […]
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Daily Market Opinion for 30-Oct-2014

October 30, 2014 by Jay Chia
Daily Market Opinion for 30-Oct-2014 STI managed to recover its losses yesterday as it took the bullish lead from DJI. Market participants were positive of the Fed meeting results and they jumped into the market during the opening session. STI opened with a gap up which attempted to test 3220 level again. This lost ground […]
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CPF Fund – To Invest Or Not To invest? That Is The Question

October 30, 2014 by Richard Ng
Just like anything and everything in life, there are usually many school of thoughts for the same thing. As usual, there is no right or wrong way, just the preferred way. Just take stock investing as an example, you can adopt Value Investing, Growth Investing, Momentum Investing or even Trading approach and all roads lead […]

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