Home > Articles (page 4)


Invest In Yourself

Investing In Yourself

Invest In Yourself  And Get Prepared For The Next Crisis People often failed to understand that the need to invest in yourself first before starting to invest in assets or stocks. Without adequate investment education, the probability of failure can be quite high because investments always come with certain levels of risk regardless of the types of investment. Does the below question being …

Read More »

Impacts of BREXIT To Singaporeans

brexit impact to singaporeans

Impacts of BREXIT To Singaporeans BREXIT is quite certain and real as the news was broke out yesterday. The British government said it was a “once in a generation vote” and diminished the hopes of more than 4.1 million people who signed an electronic petition calling for a second referendum on the EU. List of the impacts of BREXIT to Singaporeans The impact can …

Read More »

Berkshire Hathaway Singapore Setup

berkshire hathaway

Berkshire Hathaway Singapore Setup Berkshire Hathaway Singapore exempt private company was setup back in 2013. The company has established a Singapore branch called Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance company which plans to sell coverage in Singapore for commercial property, business liabilities, energy and construction projects, and marine and financial risks. Berkshire Hathaway is certainly not a unfamiliar name to value investors around the world. For those who are new to …

Read More »

Dividend Yield Strategy Is Your Key To Successful Value Investing

dividend yield

Hold The Key of Dividend Yield Strategy Today Dividend yield of your current stock portfolio determine how successful you are as a value investor. Do you have any dividend yield strategy in placed before picking the right dividend stocks? While dividend yield strategy is suitable for any age groups of investors, it may be more important for elderly investors and retirees who are less risk …

Read More »

Growth Stock Investing Vs Value Investing

Growth Stock

What Is Growth Stock Investing Growth stock investing has been getting popular among those stock investors with higher risk appetite. Such growth investing techniques yielded very good returns for those who can spot the younger companies in emerging technologies or rapidly expanding industries. Growth stocks are companies that grow substantially faster than others. Its growth can be further verified by looking at growth in earnings …

Read More »

Investing In REITS

investing in reit

Investing in REITS – What Should You Consider Investing in REITs is one great way to build an equity or fixed-income portfolio. Due to the ability of REITs to generate dividend income along with capital appreciation, it provides greater diversification and greater returns at a lower risk. It is a great tool to complement with stocks investment, bonds and cash. …

Read More »

REITS 20 | Singapore REITS Index

reits singapore

S-REITS 20 | Singapore REITS Index Singapore REITs index, i.e  SGX S-REITS 20  measures the performance of the 20 largest and most tradable trusts of the REIT sector listed on Singapore Exchange (SGX). The index provider adjusts for each Reit’s free float – that is, the number of shares publicly available to investors – and then attaches weights for each …

Read More »

Warren Buffett Investment Style | Learn The Warren Buffett Way

warren buffett

Many Singaporeans want to master Warren Buffett Investment Style. They hope to learn the Warren Buffett way to invest stocks correctly. Actually, You need not be a fundamental analysis expert in stock investing but you will need to at least invest in yourself for the right Warren Buffett education in Singapore. Why Do We Learn from Warren Buffett? Many Singaporeans do not believe being a long …

Read More »

SRS | Learn What Is SRS In Singapore

What Is SRS Singapore? You got to know this.. SRS Singapore is referring to the voluntary Supplementary Retirement Scheme which enables Singaporeans or Singapore Permanent Residents to contribute any amount up to S$15,300 annually to their SRS account for investments and tax saving purposes. For foreigners, they can also contribute any amount up to S$35,700 annually to their accounts. Note that the above mentioned cap …

Read More »

Dollar Cost Averaging Vs Lump Sum Investment

Is Dollar Cost Averaging Better Than Lump Sum Investment? Dollar cost averaging is an investment strategy to purchase stocks by investing equal amounts at regular intervals. It reduces the impact of volatility on lump sum investment of financial assets such as stocks. Being the old school of thought, dollar cost averaging minimises the downside risk of a lump sum investment. But …

Read More »