Preparing for a Post-Pandemic Economy – 2nd Half 2020 Market Outlook

According to World Meter tracking of coronavirus, we have passed 5 million cases of the infection, with over 350,000 death. Even then, we know these numbers are massively under-reported since many countries do not have the means to test much of their population. When we consider the expected deaths of select countries against actual deaths,Continue reading “Preparing for a Post-Pandemic Economy – 2nd Half 2020 Market Outlook”

Saving $100k by 30 years old?

Perhaps you’ve read Saving $100K by 30 Years Old… Is It Even Possible? A lengthy read but worthy to know that it’s possible. But here are my thoughts: In all honesty, one would probably save like this when he plans to get married. Bootstrap to save 50% of take-home income. And most of that savingsContinue reading “Saving $100k by 30 years old?”

What is the best long term advice for newly-wed couple?

The following is my answer to a Quora question: “What is the best long term financial advice for a newly-wed couple?” A lot of marriages flounder because of fights about money. Therefore, have a financial plan, make budgets and keep to them. Put money aside in a separate account for investment, and wealth creation. ThatContinue reading “What is the best long term advice for newly-wed couple?”

Who invented investing?

The following is my answer to a Quora question: “Who invented investing?” When the first hominid set aside some food for the next day instead of eating everything in that one meal, so that it could be traded for favours in scarcity, that was investing. Investing is putting aside assets for later use, or greaterContinue reading “Who invented investing?”

Dollar-cost averaging (DCA)

Dollar-cost averaging (DCA) is an investment strategy in which you: put in regular contributions (for example, monthly or quarterly) over a period of time (say 3 to 5 years, 10 years, or more; depending on your objective) The strategy is to ride or sail thru investment and market fluctuations such that you buy more shares/unitsContinue reading “Dollar-cost averaging (DCA)”

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