I just finished reading "Millionaire Teacher" by Andrew Hallam yesterday. I read the book in record four days. It may not be a mean feat for the ardent Harry Potter fans but it is for me as I'm not exactly a fast reader. I knew about this book during Invest Fair 2011 when I visited … Continue reading Book Review – “Millionaire Teacher” by Andrew Hallam
Multiple-choice Question: Income - ____________ = _____________ (a) Savings, Expenses (b) Expenses, Savings The answer for prudent financial management is (a). However, many people follow option (b) in their daily lives as it's "easier". If one wants to take control of their financial life, one should always save part of their income first when you … Continue reading Follow this and you will have a sound financial life!
When the markets are crashing and when people are dumping stocks as if the stocks have caught rabies, think of this little quiz by Warren Buffett (taken from 1997 Berkshire Hathaway's Shareholder Letter): "If you plan to eat hamburgers throughout your life and are not a cattle producer, should you wish for higher or lower … Continue reading Why should investors rejoice when markets crash?
A very powerful message captured in this 6 mins video, that all of us should follow every single day, to lead a more meaningful and fulfilling life:
I came across a detailed video by DBS Chief Investment Officer, Lim Say Boon, on the current Europe debt problem, the markets on the whole and the strategy for short-term traders and long-term investors, among others. It's a very useful 9 minutes video that any investor should watch for the latest take on the economy … Continue reading DBS Bank’s Market Perspectives – Nov 2011