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This site is called SG Money Matters for a reason, it exists to give you an extensive education in not only the essentials of personal finance and investing, but also other money matters in your daily life. Because this are so many resources here, I’ve created this page to keep you from getting lost or overwhelmed. The information is right here for you, at your fingertips when you need it.
Building your foundation
Along the years, I have built a content library which will equip you with the basic financial knowledge which everybody needs to know. These are designed to build a bedrock foundation for your personal finance, step-by-step.
To get you started, here are some of the top tutorials and guides available:
How to invest
- How to find high dividend yield Singapore stocks in 5 minutes
- How to use REITs to generate retirement income
- How to choose the right unit trusts
- How to invest in a stock market crash
How to achieve financial freedom
- What are the rich mindset you must have to be rich
- How to achieve financial freedom and retire early
- How to build income generating assets so you don’t need to work anymore
How to manage your financial affairs
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There are some free tools on this website to help you save more.
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- Get a mortgage insurance quotation online
My Three Principles to achieve financial success
When I examined what worked best in order to make sound financial decisions and achieve financial success, I found that there were three pillars:
Principle #1: Only learn from those who are already successful
If you want to be wealthy, you must think what the wealthy think and do what the wealthy do.
However, this is easier said than done. Successful people do not like to share their secrets, let alone share their failures. The good news is, as Tony Robbins put it, “Success leaves clues“. That is why I created a section called “Wealth Confidential” in my blog, to share the stories, insights and experiences from financially successful people.
In this section, you will find popular posts such as What does billionaire Philip Ng say about wealth and How Obama invests his money. You will find out Who are the billionaires in Singapore and of course, gain Insights from Warren Buffett.
Principle #2: Pay attention to the smart money, be an insider
If you are a DIY investor or have genuine interest in investing, here is the place for you. After all, who wants to miss the fun?
I have two sections for this in the blog, Investment Opportunities and Investment Strategies. Being a strong believer of principle #1, I follow the best investor and fund managers, collect the best researches and thoughts. In fact, I spend a lot of time studying and even interviewing them; and I will share with you what I have discovered here.
Principle #3: Know what you believe, that is actually false
I have always been fond of Billionaire Hedge Fund manager Ray Dalio’s wisdom about being wrong. He said, and I quote here:
“Our greatest power is that we know that we don’t know and we are open to being wrong and learning.”
You may think that if you knew something was wrong, you won’t believe it true in the first place. However, much of what many people believe is false in a world where there exists so much twisted information to meet the marketing needs of financial industry. I explain the common myths and misconceptions, and invite you to fathom what is seemingly unfathomable.
- Why investors lose out buying preference shares
- Why it does not make sense to buy IPOs
- What does ETF and Ribena have in common
- Why property investment is no safer than stocks
Knowing finance is not just about dollars and cents. I have also put up some some fun behavioral finance videos for you to enjoy.
Each of the three pillars supports and enhances the others. Together, they’re much stronger than they would be if any of the pillars were missing. That’s not theory, by the way. I’ve tested and proven these concepts by applying these pillars to my own financial choices, and by teaching others to do the same.
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Diving deep into specific topics
I’ve given you a wealth of information here, and this may be exactly what you need to rock and roll in your financial success. If that’s the case, that’s awesome!
But some readers want to go deeper.
- They have specific questions in mind
- They need more in-depth “professional help” to achieve their financial goals
- They want to benefit from more personalized attention to their unique financial problems and challenges
If that’s you, I do have a way to help you.
Being a licensed independent adviser in Singapore, I have served more than one thousand individual and corporate clients.
My company has a strong team of specialists and a carefully selected network of product providers to support us. Personally I am specialized in Retirement Planning and Financial Planning for small business owners.
You can contact me for my services here.
I am genuinely excited to have you on this adventure with me. I’m really looking forward to getting started, so let’s jump in!
Founder of SGMoneyMatters.com
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