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China Mobile Ltd is a leading telecommunications services provider in China. It offers its services in all 31 provinces in Mainland China and Hong Kong and has the largest network and customer base in the world. Listed in 1997 on both the HKEX and NYSE, China Mobile Ltd’s market capitalisation now stands at HK$ 1.5 […]
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by: Tam Ging Wien All examples and stocks quoted here in this article and on the ProButterflyTM and REITScreenerTM site are for learning purposes; it does NOT constitute financial advice or a Buy/Sell recommendation. Contents are reflective of personal views and readers are responsible for their own investments and are advised to perform their own independent due diligence and take […]
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I walked past a zi char store a few days ago and noticed a couple of kids staring at the live crabs in a glass case. As they were making faces and trying to goad the crabs into giving them a reaction, it occurred to me that I could compare the shares of three different […]
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Our performance appraisal is around the corner. The appraisal outcome also determines our fate whether we are getting the job promotion and the performance bonus that we deserve. How many times have you felt this way at work when you saw someone else got promoted at work but not you? At my current workplace, I […]
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Recently, while watching this Youtube video on how to invest in your 20s to be wealthy in your 30s. It was mentioned in the video “If you’re in your 20’s…INVEST EVERYTHING, IMMEDIATELY because $1 invested at 20 years old at a 7% return will be worth $21 at the age of 65. However…if you wait, […]
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Email notification Whether you are an employee or entrepreneur, you must always strive to master the art of selling. As an employee, you are always selling your skill-sets to your employer and prospective customers. For a business owner, to be able to sell is a given. In this regard, I cannot emphasize enough how important […]
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As SATS released its full results on Friday, it also concluded the Q2 reporting season of all the 63 companies on my watchlist. About 60% of them declared dividends and the total amount of dividend declared is 10% more than that of Q1. Out of these 60%, 10% was disappointments, 20% brought upside surprises while […]
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Thai Beverage share price plummeted by almost 10% the following day after the release of their 2nd quarter financial performance (ending 31 March 2019) to as low as S$0.735 per share from S$0.825 per share. This seems to be a knee jerk reaction to the unfavourable results for 2nd quarter relative to the previous financial […]
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“If you don’t understand how fiat money works, you’re not qualified to judge whether cryptocurrency will be successful or not, period.” And that’s the gist of this article, which I fully agree. People that I’ve talked to that has pushed back hard against crypto will usually give the same arguments that people were already talking […]
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TL;DR: How Will New Rules On CPF Usage Affect Homebuyers? Singaporeans will now have more flexibility in using their Central Provident Fund (CPF) when purchasing older properties Can draw more from CPF to buy ageing flats Can use maximum HDB loan of 90% of property price or valuation Only if the remaining lease covers the […]
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