So you want to be an Investment Banker

For those who are contemplating a career in finance, the below information would be useful to you in considering which areas are you interested to go in. Do you know the feeling that most of the time we wish to do something, but not very clear on what that something entails? Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)Continue reading “So you want to be an Investment Banker”

Dresscode for Gentleman and Lady

I always wanted to write about “Enclothed Cognition“. Enclothed cognition captures the systematic influence that clothes have on the wearer’s psychological processes It simply means what your clothes are saying to you, not about you. And how they make you feel. From studies, clothing can actually enhance our psychological states and improve our performance onContinue reading “Dresscode for Gentleman and Lady”

What Schools won’t Teach – Financial Literacy

Take some moment to digest this. Education in Singapore is undeniably superior. Being one of the best education system in the world (as rated by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in 2015), students here are highly focused on being taught specific problem-solving skills and subjects, in a highly-scripted classroom environment. The curriculum endsContinue reading “What Schools won’t Teach – Financial Literacy”

Cognitive biasness cloud your Investment decisions

A normal person makes thousands of ‘rational’ decisions on a daily basis – or so we want to believe in. From what clothes you wear to work to signing a million dollar contract, there are countless cognitive stumbling blocks preventing us from acting in our own best interests. Some are sub-conscious – we don’t realiseContinue reading “Cognitive biasness cloud your Investment decisions”