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Why I Was Tempted To Stop Blogging

Why I Was Tempted To Stop Blogging

Heyaaa guys I’m back! Didja miss me? It’s been 6 weeks since my last post, and I wanted to explain a key insight I had during this long absence. First of all, I stopped blogging for a couple of weeks because of a crazy travel schedule to London, Hong Kong, and Israel....

The day I bought my first private property

The day I bought my first private property

In the evening of 30 June 1998, I arrived in Singapore alone with a luggage of personal belongings and some cash equivalent to S$600. In a few days’ time, I would start a job paying S$4,000 a month. I was grateful to find employment in the midst of the Asian Financial...

GMGH Crypto Blackbox Investing (Final)

GMGH Crypto Blackbox Investing (Final)

As mentioned on 8 Aug, I have been doing something called Blackbox investing.As a refresher what that is all about: I will not be proving my investment capital I will not be naming the actual investments I will not be proving the returns from those invesments I could...

Why Growing Your Money Is Like Planting A Seed

Why Growing Your Money Is Like Planting A Seed

The origins of Seedly If you may have noticed, our startup’s name is Seedly. Many people often confuse us with being an agricultural or green startup. However, we have a slightly more unique spin to the origins of this story. “Someone is sitting in the...

Blog #28 Loss Aversion

Blog #28 Loss Aversion

I don’t know if Daniel Kahneman (Princeton economist, Nobel laureate 2002) has ever been to Singapore. If he did, he would probably find a lot of similarity between Singaporeans’ kiasu attitude (afraid of losing) and the concept of loss-aversion that he pioneered and...

How do we know? Does it matter?

How do we know? Does it matter?

Continuation from my distraction from my previous post. ​I just don't know... I don't know how much my parents spend or how much my sis spends for her monthly expenses. I start by using $3,000 as a benchmark then I estimate and adjust based on what I see that she...

Cutting the Sashimi habit

Cutting the Sashimi habit

I've been posting about how great my value is when I buy sashimi from Meidi-Ya. I usually get an assorted pack. ​ And in my post on my expense update, I talked about how, if I really wanted to, I could just easily cut off $100 expense per month if I removed this...

Why pay full price?

Why pay full price?

Some places always have discounts... Some restaurants, some products in supermarkets, services, etc... Sometimes, they are on-going, sometimes there's no promotion on. I suppose that's what the merchants want. They expect or hope that consumers will try out their...

The traps in stock market

The traps in stock market

Trap is a device that is used for catching animal or humans and preventing their escape. Being in a trap is an unpleasant experience and is difficult and impossible to get out of it. I've been seeing the word "value trap" pretty often and I decided to read up more...

A closer look at our expenses

A closer look at our expenses

Our blog has garnered a lot more traction over the last few months and we thank our readers for your continuous support and comments. One area which has garnered a lot of eyeballs is definitely our monthly expense reports. We share our expense reports with fellow...

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