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In this week’s market insights, we noted that inflation hit a decade high in Singapore. Also in China, Covid-19 has worsened, speculating fears of a potential lockdown in the Capital. In addition, Russia cuts off gas supplies, causing a standoff between Moscow and European energy supplies.
6 May 2022

Insights

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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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When there is no risk, there is little reward, but the question is, what types of risks and how much risk to take? The same can be said with investing, short-term risks, and market fluctuations.
7 Dec 2020

Investments

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The apparent disconnect between the stock market and the economy is one of the hottest topics of discussion in the finance community this year. What does this mean for you as an investor?
13 Oct 2020

Investments

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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

Investment Principle #10 - If You Can’t Beat the Market, Own the Market
Why it's extremely easy to own the market through funds that mimic an index or hold the position in securities that represent the whole financial market.
3 Aug 2020

Investments

Investment Principle #7: Don't Try To Pick Individual Stocks
Find out why we should take a wider view of the global stock market and realise that investing in a single company is much riskier than investing in the whole market.
26 Jun 2020

Investments

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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

Stay Invested For The Long Term? Think Again.
Although it helps you capture the returns from the stock market, here are some things that you should take note of and not follow blindly.
23 Apr 2020

Investments

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A lot can happen in a year. Looking back at how 2018 ended, it was hard to be extremely bullish headed into 2019, yet as it turns out, extreme bullishness is what gripped both stock and bond market investors over the course of the year.
7 Jan 2020

Investments