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This Book Rich Dad Poor Dad (2)

Read? This Book Rich Dad Poor Dad Singapore Man of Leisure7 September 2017 at 12:01:00 GMT+8 CW, Have fun at your talk! I guess your message will resonate with those who have an “Ah Q” bias – “It is about the option with the capability to slow down and letting your peers get ahead of you.” Maybe its my DNA or what. I tend to see things from “land owner” perspective. (2) I read Rich Dad Poor Dad as plugging the benefits of being a “business owner”. That’s why MLM marketers often give this book to their underlings, opps, I meant...

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This Book Rich Dad Poor Dad

Read? Rockstar 360 Report: Best Financial Books as Ranked by Personal Finance Bloggers The Top 3 Most “Overrated” Finance Books The most-mentioned overrated book by far (and it wasn’t even close) was Rich Dad, Poor Dad. What’s really interesting, though, is that it had roughly the same number of “favorite” votes, and so finished near the top of that list as well, as you saw before. Of all the books we’ve seen, this is the one that sits squarely in the “you love it or you hate it” category. CW8888 If you have read this book many years back and still hate...

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Rich Man, Poor Man (Refresh)

Read? Rich Man, Poor Man RULE 3: RICH MAN, POOR MAN: In the investment world the wealthy investor has one major advantage over the little guy, the stock market amateur and the neophyte trader. The advantage that the wealthy investor enjoys is that HE DOESN’T NEED THE MARKETS. I can’t begin to tell you what a difference that makes, both in one’s mental attitude and in the way one actually handles one’s money. The wealthy investor doesn’t need the markets, because he already has all the income he needs. (CW8888’s Three Taps Solution Model for sustainable retirement income for life so...

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Defensive stocks???

Read? Random thoughts: Defensive stocks? Quote: What come to your mind? Names or numbers? What is defensible to u? What is Uncle8888’s thought on defensive stocks? The true test of defensiveness is after the next few market cycles and you realize that you will never and ever lose your hard earned capital on those stocks and still receiving cash flow from these stocks. They are truly defensive stocks. You cannot possibly analyze defensive stocks as defensiveness by nature are born out of market cycles. Less Analyzing. More Investing – CW8888 It is no trick at all to be right on the market. You always find...

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Attracted By Gifts!!! (2)

Read? Attracted By Gifts!!! You see those insurance agents in uniform approaching you; you may quickly “siam” or shake your head – no, no, no! They can’t catch you with gifts! Right? This agency has different strategy to catch you. Good one! The booth and uniform group are out of sight from you. They use plain cloth xiao mei mei to offer you gift. Once the gift is accepted; xiao mei mei will lead you inside where booth and unifrom group will take over for the sales pitch. This strategy is not...

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Wealth destruction from CPF Accrued Interest???

Someone said: “I dun think such stocks exist in our SGX. 10% dividend yield for 10 years? Absolutely no, as least not in SGX.” His saying has motivated Uncle8888 to post this series as matter of fact. It is possible. Even in SGX! Our own local backyard. Read? 10% dividend yield for 10 years? Fact or Fiction? (8) Wealth destruction from CPF Accrued Interest Uncle8888 no cock eye hor. Wealth destruction!!!...

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The day when doctor brings bad news. It can happen to anyone.

Read? ‘IT’S NOT WORTH IT’: Ad exec’s brutal rant before he died of cancer is absolutely chilling Read? The day when doctor brings bad news. It can happen to anyone. Read? 10th Year Anniversary??? In Aug 2017; the doctor has extended his life passport to Feb 2018 for the next bi-yearly review. Just two months before his review in Aug 2017; he has seen more nose mucus and back drip causing severe coughs and choke while eating “dried” food. Daily nose irrigation didn’t help to drain out excessive mucus as it kept producing more. Since western medicine has run out of remedies...

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Top Blog Post : The More Cash People Have, the Happier They Are

More visitors searching the cyber space for (1) Finding out what to do with their Cash or seeking for Happiness related matters, (2) Finding out more on CPF related matters, (3) Finding out more on How much is enough for retirement? and then landed on CW8888’s blog Top 1 : Read? The More Cash People Have, the Happier They Are Top 2: Read? Some CPF Matters : Understanding It Better By Actually Going Through The ProcessTo Do It (2) Top 3 : Read? How Much Money Is Enough For Our...

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Book : Financial Independence (Getting to Point X) – Refresh!

Reaching financial independence is NOT mandatory stop work order. It is a significant milestone in our life journey. Preferably; we can reach this milestone earlier than the official retirement age in Sinagpore. Read? Financial Independence (Getting to Point X) Many younger folks in their 20s or 30s may want to know How to achieve financial independence through personal finance? Personal finance will cover insurance, saving and PERSONAL investing. Why PERSONAL investing? Uncle8888 will tell you frankly; and no BS!...

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Trading /Investing Educators : The Past and The Present

Over the past 17 years Uncle8888 has attended many investment seminars; investing/trading fairs and exhibitions; some of the past better known “Gurus” whom he could still recalled them are: 1. Freely 2. T3B 3. V3GO 4. Forex PowerUp Impressive records shown and many testimonials proving their “Gurus” were right and they were very grateful to these “Gurus” ; but not sure are they still around or they have retired the game like Peter Lynch?...

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Reflections On Optimisation And Benchmarking – Alternate view

Read? Reflections On Optimisation And Benchmarking Uncle8888 ownself benchmarks ownself and not comparing to any other financial bloggers to optimize to his financial independence. How much is enough and then firmly decided it is enough and stop accumulating more. So Uncle8888 is not crazy financial blogger? Read? How Much Is Enough To Retire???...

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Ten Year Series Mentality Amongst Investors???

Read? Ten Year Series Mentality Amongst Investors Uncle8888 is one of those ten year series mentality investors! So strongly he believes in this 10 year series that he is way too early for the past years model answers. He will definitely spot for few past questions and see whether will History repeat itself! Spotted right! This time he is going to huat big time unlike in those days of GFC in 2008/2009 when he was just trying to RECOVER from losses with capital re-cycling. This time will be fresh and idle capital injection into his investment portfolio and even bigger than the...

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Dementia : Financial Planning???

Read? Application forms for Lasting Power of Attorney simplified, registration fees waived Once into dementia stage; we will slowly and slowly don’t know how to count money anymore. What is money har? Uncle8888 knows very well as both of his late parents-in-law were dementia. Read? Blog posts on Dementia The question is for us to seriously think and ask ourselves. Who will be your trusted and younger ones who will be there to protect you? No trusted and younger ones?...

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Time In The Market, or Timing The Market??

Read? Market Timing Vs Time In The Market ? Unending debate, argument or different school of thought by retail investors in the stock market. Who is right? Friday, 17 July 2009 Read? Time In The Market, or Timing The Market?? How about 2.5% dividend yield on investment cost on monthly basis for last 16 years? Both are equally important!...

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The Three Matters On Personal Finance: Saving, Insurance, and Investment!!! (Re-visit)

Read? The Three Matters On Personal Finance: Saving, Insurance, and Investment!!! When Uncle8888 was approached to give Talk; he responded with questions to seek clarification on their objectives. Question No 5 is … (5) Any financial planning will need to cover insurance, saving and investment; but investment part is the most difficult part to cover in short...

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