Some Investment Advice to Live By

I recently read a book called "The Best Investment Advice I Ever Received". It has a collection of advice from top company CEOs and well-known personalities including Warren Buffett, Robert Kiyosaki, Suze Orman and Jim Rogers. This blog post will look at some of the advice that I like. They are as follows: Have a … Continue reading Some Investment Advice to Live By

Warren Buffett and Dents in the Economy

It's always worthwhile to read the wise words of Warren Buffett to keep us centered on what works and what doesn't, especially during a lull period in the stock market. "We will continue to ignore political and economic forecasts, which are an expensive distraction for many investors and businessmen. Thirty years ago, no one could … Continue reading Warren Buffett and Dents in the Economy

Motivating Staff without using Stock Options

I came across Qian Hu's online Q&A with management and one of the questions on staff motivation and company culture caught my eye. The reply summarizes succinctly why people still work for a company regardless of monetary benefits. The question and the subsequent answer are reproduced below: Dear David Tan, you wrote: I notice your company don't have stock options which … Continue reading Motivating Staff without using Stock Options