Budgeting 101 for Working Millennials
While starting your first job is exciting, many often neglect the painful consequences of failing to plan, set and keep to a budget during their working life.
Financial Lessons for Millennials
Wouldn’t it be great if we were fully equipped with financial literacy and financial lessons by the time we leave the sacred (and safer) realm of student-hood? As we enter the very real world and embark on our first job…
7 Common Money Mistakes to Avoid (Part 1)
Does the above statement sound familiar? If you ask around, you are sure to find at least one person you know who shares the same sentiments as Mrs. Chong.
7 Common Money Mistakes to Avoid (Part 2)
Does the above statement sound familiar? If you ask around, you are sure to find at least one person you know who shares the same sentiments as Mrs. Chong. (Part 2)
When Baby Makes Three – Financial Planning for Parents-to-be
For newlyweds or those who have been comfortably living married life as two, embarking on the journey of parenthood can be exciting yet sometimes scary. Your little family is now about to become three and life as you know it is about to dramatically change.
Making Leverage Work For Your Investment
Leverage in the context of investments simply means borrowing capital for an investment, and expecting the profits to be amplified.
For example, if Steve would like to venture into the business of…
6 Deadly Investment Mistakes You Should Avoid At All Costs
It has been said that “Mistakes are the stepping stones to learning.”
With that in mind, most investors, experienced or otherwise, will try their best to avoid making any mistakes when it comes to investing by making sure they learn as much as they can beforehand!
Illegal Internet Investment Schemes: How to Protect Yourself
The rapid pace of change and impact of technology has massively changed the way people work and play. For example, in the past, consumers were restricted in how they could perform certain tasks via the Internet, such as giving authorisation or clearance to perform online transactions but now, it’s as easy as clicking “Yes”, “Approve” or “Confirm”
Monitor your Investments
The day you start investing is NOT the day you stop looking at your investment plan or doing your homework. You still need to read your financial papers and company reports, keep your eyes and ears open to news affecting your investments and generally be on top of what’s going on with the companies behind your investments. Why?…
Young Investors: Why Aren’t You Investing?
Getting your first job and entering the real world can be exciting, but also daunting. You didn’t expect it to be this hard to stretch your entry-level salary to survive.
Growth Vs. Value Investing: Which Style Suits You?
When making your investment decision, do you lean towards growth funds or value funds? Let’s take a look at both to see which type suits you best! While both growth and value investing styles seek to provide the best possible returns for…