Reviewing my first year investing journey in US market

801 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.

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Tiger Brokers – Making my first purchase in US Markets

54,745 ViewsA week ago, I was ‘targeted’ by a Tiger Brokers Facebook Ad which indicated that their fees for SGX trading were 0.08% and that there were no minimum fees. Being a person always on the lookout for cheap deals, I was immediately attracted to the promotion and I ended up doing research on the

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How I am cutting down my expenses in times of crisis

1,446 ViewsAh yes, this is another piece of my “money matters” series as I’ve been thinking about money these few weeks. It has been 4 months since I last got a paycheque (my last job was shucking mussels in Talleys @ Motueka, New Zealand) and I’m glad that I am still somewhat, surviving. Before I

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Sorting out my finances, one app at a time

1,836 ViewsIt’s been a long while since I last managed my meager finances but I couldn’t find an excuse to not do it, given that it is such a trying time right now and I ought to find out how much longer can I hold out without getting a steady stream of income. When I

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Resources for e-learning during COV-19

3,980 ViewsHi there, have you gotten bored of watching Netflix, attempting to be a MasterChef and looking for something to do which can create meaning to the time you spent at home? In this post, I will be sharing a list of websites and resources where you can enjoy free (or affordable) learning. Please note that

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Never miss out with Cashback Buddy by ShopBack

1,998 ViewsI’d been a long-time supporter of ShopBack since its earlier days and I just recently reached a small milestone after 5 years. My lifetime earnings from ShopBack has finally reached 4-digits 😀 Technically, there’s nothing to be proud of since it simply means that I’m spending a lot more but well, at least I’m

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