Stock Market Crash : How To Prepare For It When It Comes?

SUMMARY Market crashes are bound to happen Instead of being fearful, investors can prepare for it 4 key points on how to prepare for a stock market crash 1. Introduction Source: www.thebubblebubble.com Market crashes!! It happened on a Monday in October 1987 when the Dow Jones Index lost more than 20% of its value. As we can see from the extract, the market rose in value very steadily before the …

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When Stock Prices Drop, We Should Celebrate!

SUMMARY Investors need to answer an important question: What do they do when bear markets arrive Is there a difference between what they said they would do and the reality of the situation? Over the long term, one thing is certain; markets will recover and investors can take advantage of bear markets to earn superior returns 1. Introduction This scenario that I’m about to describe may sound familiar to most …

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7 Infamous Investment Scams in Singapore & How You Can Avoid One

SUMMARY 7 Infamous Scams In Singapore Checklist for Detecting Scams 1. Introduction Cases of investment scams are on the rise. Here are 7 infamous Investment Scams in Singapore. Be careful not to fall for seemingly ‘too good to be true’ investment schemes! 1.1 Sunshine Empire Ponzi Scheme Source: Asiaone In 2006, thousands of Singaporeans invested in approximately 26,000 lifestyle packages, which ranged from $240 to $12,000. The company lured investors …

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Value Investing and You

Take a look at the stock market reports over a period of time. There is always so much excitement generated. Market is going up. Stock prices might tank. Going south. The counters are climbing into uncharted territories. What an adrenalin rush! Most of these reports and analysis are put out and/or sponsored by the – you got it – the brokerage firms. Now, the unspoken acceptance is, these firms are …

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Categorize your Spending and Grow Rich

As soon as Jack receives his pay cheque, a large chunk of it goes to settling his credit card bills. He knows that rolling over credit card expenses is a sure way to the poor house. After all, most credit card companies charge anything up to 24 percent interest (or more) per annum. And you think the moneylenders of old were bad! However, 5 years after entering the workforce, Jack …

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How To Beat The Stock Market (Part 3)

Hi friends, This is part 3 of the series on the “4 Market Strategies”. You can read the previous post here: 4 Market Strategies Part 1 4 Market Strategies Part 2   This 3rd part, we will be talking about … “#3: Short Term Arbitrage Keep your eyes wide open and pull out your calculator when there are announcements of acquisitions because very likely, there will be chance for short-term …

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How To Invest $1000 Profitably

You may have heard the saying: Value Investing Is A Rich Man’s Game. That’s a lie. A blatant, wealth-crushing lie that will leave you mired in poverty for life. The truth is that anyone, even regular people with limited savings, can use investment as a platform to create wealth and become financially independent. That’s because of the compounding or snowball effect of value investing; one of the wonders of the …

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FREE TRAINING FOR YOUR CHILD TO LEARN HOW TO INVEST

Hi Parents and Friends, As part of our “Value Investing Outreach 2014” (22th – 29th Jun) Campaign to reach out to people who may not have the resources to learn how to invest, we are looking for a particular group of teenagers where we will train them for ABSOLUTELY FREE for a social cause with an intention of making a difference in their lives. (I) PRIZES & AWARDS 1)      Special …

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Principles of Value Investing

Principles of Value Investing Value investing begins by asking the right questions when deciding whether to put your money into the stock market. Most people go for short term gain without any fundamental strategies. You can tell by the questions they ask which ultimately affects their decisions. They ask things like which stock is going to fly or take brokers’ recommendations. They do not do their own study because they …

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