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4 Methods for Mitigating the Risk of Investing

‘Bro, do you invest in stocks?’ ‘No man, it is too risky for me to invest in stocks.’ Stock investing, like any other approved and legitimate investment is not without risk. For some (if not most of us), the word ‘Risk’ carries a negative meaning. Hence, there is a tendency to dismiss stock investing as…

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How To Stay Inspired Always And Do Not Burn Out

How? By surrounding yourself constantly with those people that is very passionate about what they are doing. It could be people from the field similar to yours, or any other field. You can start with the environment you are familiar with, for example passionate people in the same work place. Instead of mixing around with…

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Investment Biker: Around the World with Jim Rogers by Jim Rogers

Investment Biker: Around the World with Jim Rogers by Jim Rogers is a great read for anyone who wants to improve themselves, not just for investors or anyone interested in investment. This book is about Rogers’ round-the-world trip on a BMW motorcycle from 1990 to 1992. Published in 1994, it documents not only the author’s…

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How Do You Know Which Company You Should Invest – Detect The Signs Of Growth

This article is written by Peter Lim (co-founder of Bursa Method) back in 2007. Although the stock price and financial data is outdated, but the investment philosophy is evergreen, and especially useful when investors are overwhelmed with info and market noise nowadays. Selecting companies for you to commit to and to ensure that you grow…

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How I Summed Up The 23 Of Winning Investment Habits

I am currently reading this book entitled, The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett & George Soros: Harness the investment Genius of the World’s Richest Investors written by Mark Tier. I find it too good not to be shared with you here. Below is the outline of The 23 Winning Investment Habits taken from Appendix…

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What Is My ROI For Every RM1,000 In Stock Investment?

You need 3 ingredients to calculate your expected ROI from investing in a stock. They include: 1. Per Book Equity It is calculated by dividing the company’s shareholders’ equity with its number of shares issued. For instance, Hua Yang Bhd has RM 533.48 Million in shareholders’ equity. It has issued 264.00 Million ordinary shares. Thus,…

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FACT vs OPINION: 5 Ways for You to Filter, Categorise and Classify Investment Information

‘This is our top performing fund. You should invest in it.’ ‘Buy this stock now. Most analyst reports are giving it a ‘Strong Buy’. In order to become a savvy investor, one must first have the ability to differentiate, classify, and assess the quality of investment information received. This ability will enable you to capitalize…

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Workplace Dilemma: Gaining Respect vs Increase Likeability

This is a commonly seen scenario in any work environment: You are given a huge task but relatively short period of time to complete it. You know from the bottom of your heart, your existing resources namely your current team does not have the capacity to accomplish the task within the timeframe. What would you…

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The Most Important Do’s & Don’ts of Rental Management For Property Owner

Managing your own rental properties can be a challenging venture requiring patience and the right expectations. Knowing which pitfalls to avoid can minimise headaches and maximize your profit. Here are two lists of Do’s and Don’ts of rental management which may be of use to you before and after renting your property. Before renting your…

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Who Is More Corrupt?

On the surface if you look at the record, surely there are more corrupt leaders in so-called 2nd or 3rd world countries. Leaders in jail etc… Chen Sui Bian in prison, Thaksin exiled, Yingluck banned from politics… etc. Do you see any in the West? No! So they are clean??? It only means no matter…

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