60 ViewsJuly started out pretty fine. Actually, I have been writing my July updates across 3 weekends already (with a different title and mood) but something happened yesterday which totally steered my whole emotions and mood entirely. To be fair, the first half of July was still pretty alright for me (reading what I wrote
455 ViewsToday, I mark my first year anniversary with the US stock market. I was feeling a little hesitant in penning this post as I still don’t see myself as an ‘investor’ as I still sucumb to ‘gambling’ tempations. Despite dabbling in the US market for a year, I have not learned to read charts.
234 ViewsHello. It is yet another Sunday night and whenever I don’t go out on the weekends, I will end up having a lot on my mind. I didn’t have any plans this weekend (probably to make up for going out too much the previous weekend) plus I’m also not the sort of person that
295 ViewsThis is my first legit ‘travel’ related post since the whole COVID nonsense started. As ridiculous as things could be, we are currently in this semi-lockdown state known as ‘Phase 2 (Heightened Alert)’ -> which was kind of an in-between of ‘full lockdown’ and Phase 2. I do have quite a number of my
383 ViewsHello World. It is May (one of my favourite months despite it not being my birthday month) and that means that 1/3 of the ‘supposed to be better’ 2021 is over. Time is flying by so quickly that I don’t even recall what I’ve done throughout the year but it doesn’t really matter cause
989 ViewsIf you have been an active trader in the US market, I’m pretty sure you have been targeted by moomoo’s ad – offering a very attractive ‘Welcome Bundle’ of 1 free Apple Share and 180-days commission-free trade* (Note: It is not 100% free, platform fee still applies but I’ll elaborate more below). *Promotion is
482 ViewsA year ago, it was the start of my mask-wearing journey. It was my last evening in New Zealand and I wore the mask moments before leaving my accommodation to enter the private hire car (Ola) which brought me to Auckland International Airport. It was a lonely departure but the situation back then couldn’t
490 ViewsCan you believe that it is going to be March soon? When mid-march comes, it will also mean that 1 year has passed since my ‘gap year’ and gosh, COVID is still around to haunt us. While going through the diaries of my younger days, there was one aspect of my life that I