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Diversify to Protect Your Investment

For the past 2 years, I’ve been investing in various companies and opportunities. If there is one most valuable lesson I’ve learned, that is to DIVERSIFY. There’s a saying in investment community that goes “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket”. This is literally true to protect your investment. No matter how sweet the deal is during the pitch, ... Read More »

My Son’s Investment Portfolio

As a financial literacy advocate, I want my son to experience investing at a young age. This is something my generation failed to do, mainly because our parents don’t know anything about investment. In fact, I only learn investing at the age of 31. I know it’s quite late compare to other people, but better late than not invest at ... Read More »

How am I going to retire and get out of the rat race?

Yesterday I posted my wife’s portfolio in my facebook account. Not to brag, but to inspire people to invest while they can and still have monthly pay check. In case you are not aware, she resigned from her job to take care of our first child. But even though her monthly pay check is gone, her money keeps on working ... Read More »

In Investment, We Diversify

In investment, diversification plays a very important role. I have blogged this topic last time, but now I want to walk the talk and challenged ourselves to do it even better. Diversification means investing in various investment vehicles to minimize the risk of losses. We are currently on a bull run market, our economy is growing significantly. However, this is ... Read More »