Today, in this write-up, I would like to touch on capital appreciation. Understandably, capital appreciation is often the key reason for many people to invest in stocks. Many prefer to experience
Recently, I have hosted a webinar presented by KC Lau on Time Value of Money. Of which, he demonstrated how to use XIRR to calculate the Compound Annual Growth Rate
To date, I had prepared case studies focusing on dividend stocks listed mostly in Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong at DividendVault.com. So, the big question is: ‘What about US stocks?’.
Recently, we did a webinar session to discuss if we should settle our mortgages, as soon as possible. Of which, we unanimously concluded that it is not prudent, wise, and
“I don’t make enough money.” This could be the most common reason people find it challenging to save up some substantial money. If this is you, please stay on and let me help you unveil some blind spots. When you strive hard to increase your income, you will have to take care of the “savings” side and integrate it into your lifestyle and habits. So if you can save money when you are not making much, I am sure you will be able to save much more when you are actually making more! Let’s get to understand the blind spots and how to tackle them.
As a dividend investor, I intend to keep all of my stocks for the long-term. This is because I want to earn recurring dividend income from my own stock portfolio.
Lately, I studied the latest stock portfolio built and managed by iCapital.biz Bhd, a closed-end fund listed on Bursa Malaysia. A closed-end fund is like a unit trust fund where
Here is another question I have gathered from my recent survey: ‘What are factors that make stocks good for dividend investing?’ Thus, in this write-up, I’ll share 5 characteristics of stocks that