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Our CEO and Chief Investment Officer, Chuin Ting Weber, reflects on 2022’s market challenges and shares how consistency is key to portfolio resilience, and growth in the long run.
20 Jan 2023

CIO Letter

In this CIO letter, Harry Ch'ng, MoneyOwl’s Chief Financial Officer and Deputy Chief Investment Officer provides context for market drawdowns and shares why well-diversified portfolios are likely to deliver healthy returns in the future.
16 Dec 2022

CIO Letter

The UK's budget triggered a sell-off in gilts, driving the UK sterling pound to record lows. Global currencies are not unaffected either and our CEO and Chief Investment Officer weighs in on the way forward.
30 Sep 2022

CIO Letter

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The current market downturn may be unsettling but history has shown us time and again that being disciplined to stay in the market is more likely to reap the rewards you’re after.
17 Jun 2022

CIO Letter

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Whether the stock market is going up, down, or sideways, there is always a reason to worry about it. It's called a negativity bias.
2 Mar 2021

CIO Letter

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Investment funds were not created equal, so how does MoneyOwl decide which works for you?
4 Dec 2020

CIO Letter

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How MoneyOwl combines the best of human wisdom and technology and stay true to an investing philosophy that combines both logic and evidence
7 Sep 2020

CIO Letter

Build An Ark, Don't Predict The Rain
Proper financial planning is not about predicting rain, but about building arks. Find out how to investment is an important part of financial planning. 
9 Jun 2020

CIO Letter

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Why you should stay calm and don’t panic when a macro-economic data is released to better focus on your long-term financial goals.
11 May 2020

CIO Letter

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In this CIO letter, MoneyOwl's CEO Chuin Ting weighs in on why you can be relaxed in a market crash as markets ultimately rebound ahead of the market over time.
13 Mar 2020

CIO Letter