What goes down in the Market must come up

In times of uncertainty, one of the most common questions revisited day after day, is to continue to fight or take flight. And by that, I really mean whether an investor should sell off or continue to stay vested and even pump in more money. The S&P 500 continues to remain one of the bestContinue reading “What goes down in the Market must come up”

Looking at the past, planning for the future

CPF remains as one of my several retirement tools that I am closely watching and building up towards my retirement planning 30 years from now — a move that I am confident in not fallling between the cracks during my retirement. Mr Loo’s concept of 4M65 or 4 Million dollars accumulated as a couple at ageContinue reading “Looking at the past, planning for the future”

Inflation can only be beaten by Investing

Cash, savings account, government bonds and low interest-bearing time deposit account are not exactly good storage of value. In fact, these instruments are a sure way of losing your monetary or purchasing power over time. Inflation in essence is the cause — pure economists will relate it to the interaction of demand and supply factorsContinue reading “Inflation can only be beaten by Investing”

Inculcating transferable and manageable savings and investment habit

It is pretty interesting to note that parents who on one hand disagree on spoiling their children with a golden spoon, yet be willing to pamper them with the latest IT gadgets or wants. Some disagreements which we commonly hear are Children should work and earn their own keep for their own university education. TheyContinue reading “Inculcating transferable and manageable savings and investment habit”