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How to become an Financial Influencer and Make Money in Singapore

Is there a person in your life, who you take advice from and listen to intently? Everybody has a person like this in his or her life. They can be parents, siblings, friends, colleagues etc. It is safe to say that this person has an Influence in your life. Scale this relationship to thousands of …

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How Pokemon Go can affect the Telco Share Price

Pokemon Go has been nothing but world changing. There are applications from businesses that go viral now and then, but nothing has had an impact on sheer numbers like that of Pokemon Go. Pokemon Go took 13 Hours to reach the top of the highest grossing apps. The Impact of the app was so much …

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Warren Buffet’s Early Investment Strategy

The Oracle of Omaha they call Warren Buffet because of his almost unwavering skills in predicting the stocks that will grow. Bill Gates very recently celebrated 25 years of his friendship with Warren Buffet and had this to say about the latter. Warren earned a reputation as the “Oracle of Omaha” for his shrewd approach …

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CPF Schemes Singaporeans should be aware of

The Central Provident Funds (CPF), is a “social security system that enables working Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents to set aside funds for retirement. It also addresses healthcare, home ownership, family protection and asset enhancement.” “CPF Overview”. Cpf.gov.sg. N.p., 2016. Web. 29 Mar. 2016. While most people believe that CPF is only meant for the …

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Advice to the young from Hong Kong’s richest man – Li Ka Shing

Advice to the young from Hong Kong’s richest man – Li Ka Shing. He talks about splitting our income into 5 parts. 30% – Living expenses. (i.e Food, transport) 20% – Social expenses. (i.e Phone bills, socialising) 15% – Education & Self-improvement. 10% – Travelling abroad. 25% – Investments, for savings or for starting a business. …

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