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November 15, 2013 · 0 comments It has been a long time that I have accepted such a challenge. The account that I am supposed to double has a value of just ...

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  • STI 3rd Year Trend

    thefinance.sg 26 Aug '15, 8am

    Today, we are looking at the 3rd year of every US presidential term and its impact on Singapore Stock Market – in particular the Straits Times Index. We talked about other investment opportunities too, links below: S&P500 Investment Opportunity Carl Icahn Activism Investment Opportuni...

  • 3 Reasons Why I Do Not Want The Stock Market To Crash

    thefinance.sg 26 Aug '15, 4am

    The benchmark Straits Times Index dropped an incredible 127 points and fell 4.3% on Monday 24 August 2015 , its biggest one day drop for close to 7 years. And looking at how the market is performing today (at the time of writing), it could be a matter of time before we break below the...

  • Do You Have Expensive Tastes?

    thefinance.sg 16 Aug '15, 5am

    I was actually halfway through a draft of this post when I saw this article by Just Some Thoughts regarding the exact same topic. That pushed me to finish up my post on this topic. Everytime I go and eat my favourite wanton mee, I always think to myself, “Damn, my life is bloody aweso...

  • The Last Stand…

    thefinance.sg 22 Aug '15, 5pm

    My stock portfolio values had fallen more than $12k for just the three weeks in August. Currently the portfolio has not yield any territory to the Bear Army just because my “S” battalion is still holding the fortress.

  • Aspial Retail Bonds – 5.25% 5 years

    thefinance.sg 22 Aug '15, 6pm

    Aspial announced that it is offering 75m worth of bonds with the following terms: Interest rate: 5.25% per annum Tenure: 5 years Maturity : August 2020 Amount for retail investors: Originally $50m, reduced to $25m but can be upsized to $100m if retail demand is strong. (See announceme...

  • More Bonds, Market Corrections and Herd Behavior

    thefinance.sg 23 Aug '15, 8am

    on retail bonds, I covered Frasers Centrepoint Limited’s retail bond issue. In comparison with Aspial’s offer, it would seem that Aspial’s bond offer appears to be a good deal! One might wonder, why is the coupon rate on Aspial’s bond so high compared to FCL’s bond? Well, the simple a...

  • Ernest’s market outlook 24 Aug 15

    thefinance.sg 23 Aug '15, 8am

    Based on the charts’ analyses below, Hang Seng, STI and FSTS may see some technical rebound in the near term. Nevertheless, all three indices are still entrenched in a strong downtrend. The potential near term technical rebound may yield opportunities for nimble traders who are lookin...

  • Cycles and Trends

    thefinance.sg 23 Aug '15, 3am

    If you believe the current correction is no different from the 2011Fiscal Cliff and 2013 Taper Tantrum corrections, and this 2009 bull market has legs for another push up to STI 3800 next year and beyond, you would respond and act accordingly during the next weeks.

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