For the second year in a row, research by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) found that Singapore was the world’s most expensive city in 2015. The survey looked at 133 cities worldwide and compared the cost of more than 160 products and services such as food, clothing, and utility bills.

But while paying for the essentials in life might be quite pricey compared to places like Paris, Oslo, Zurich, and Sydney, there are certain things worth splashing your cash on in Singapore.

1. Financial trading

If you are struggling to keep up with the cost of living in Singapore, then the answer to your problems is making more money. One of the easiest ways to do this is by capitalising on the world’s financial markets. You can buy stocks and shares, convert one currency to another on the forex market, or try CFD trading, which enables you …