Should I be conservative?What do I do with the EPF funds?Where to invest my retirement money?Should I sell my properties and put it all in FD?Should I still hold on
This guest post was written by Ching, the founder of iMoney.my, a price comparison website for Malaysians. Ching is a CFA charterholder, and was formerly an investment consultant and wealth
When it comes to “what to invest in”, everyone has an opinion. Whether it’s the best stock to buy, or the best property to invest in, or even the best currency to hold. And that is perfectly fine, because everyone is entitled to an opinion.
Capital preservation AND growth – the Utopian achievement for all investors. The idea of concurrent capital preservation and growth is that you get capital growth over time without losing a single dime. Your
I am so proud to present to you the first guest post by a philantrophist tycoon, Mr. Koon Yew Yin. You can read more about him on this introduction by
It is commonly known that the higher the return rate, the faster you will achieve your financial goals. Just look at the chart below. A small difference in the rate of return will result in big difference after several years of compound interest effect.
Today I am going to debunk a few investment myths. You will know ‘why individual investors are failing miserably and how you can avoid being one of them’.
I often receive emails from reader asking opinion about the market. They often ask if it is good to invest in properties, or gold, or a specific fund, or a stock counter. This is a common trait that normal people always think that investment is about putting in your money and see it grow. The fact is that if you think in terms of money alone, you are missing another important part of investment. Besides investing money, you should also invest another important resource which is not renewable. It is known as time. You should invest both time and money to get the best return.
2008,you bought an apartment directly from a well-known developer. 2010, you sold the apartment and make RM100,000. It was a handsome profit! 2007, you subscribe for a new company IPO (initial public offering). You successfully purchase a few thousand units. 2009, you liquidate all your holding of the shares and make RM50,000 net gain. It was a successful trade!