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Mandy Ng

Here to learn about personal finance and other tips to live my best life :)

Mandy Ng

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Stocks Discussion

Investments

Trading

Finance Savvy

Personal Finance 101

Mandy Ng
Mandy Ng
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 3w ago
I personally liked the Millionaire Teacher by Andrew Hallam and the Little Book of Common Sense Investing by Jack Bogle. These books have simple concepts and are easy to read and digest so you can read on the go. I have read The Intelligent Investor and found it really quite cheem or complicated as I am still a beginner. I think once you have covered some of the basics then you can try this book. Regarding courses, SGX has a couple of free seminars held quite regularly on weeknights on The Basics of Investing, Introduction to Fundamental Analysis and Technical Analysis and they are really very basic introductions but definitely enough to get you started at the very beginning. Afterwards, you can move onto Dr Wealth or The Fifth Person who I've heard very good reviews about but haven't personally tried yet.

Miles

Cashback

SG Budget Babe

Credit Card

MileLion

Mandy Ng
Mandy Ng
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 3w ago
As someone who had the same question when I first graduated, the simplest way I looked at it (after reading heaps of articles and blogs) was to ask myself this: am I going to make a lot of big purchases in the near future (ie. wedding or house) and will this be recurring for the next few months or year ahead (after wedding then honeymoon, house renovation, etc.) If your answer to this question is yes and you value travelling, then it makes sense to get a Miles card as you can easily rack up a lot of points with the bonus sign up promos. If your answer is no and you are mostly spending on adhoc stuff like shopping and dining, then it probably will be better to get a cashback card as the benefit is almost instantaneous and you don't have to wait so long (as a miles card) to accumulate and reap the benefits.

Savings

Insurance

Investments

Personal Finance 101

Mandy Ng
Mandy Ng
Level 4. Prodigy
Updated on 07 Jun 2019
This was a really useful and informative session. Thanks for breaking down the financial concepts so simply for us. I really enjoyed the example of the Portugal football team too. Keep up the good work team Seedly!

Lifestyle

Mandy Ng
Mandy Ng
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 21 Dec 2018
There are 14 Christmas trees with a yellow star on top! :) Merry Christmas to all at Seedly :D

Lifestyle

Mandy Ng
Mandy Ng
Level 4. Prodigy
Updated on 20 Dec 2018
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Career

Savings

Investments

Credit Card

Lifestyle

Mandy Ng
Mandy Ng
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 19 Dec 2018
My personal finance resolution for 2019 is to learn more about investing in stocks. Also to exercise more regularly - not just on weekends, and to avoid overeating especially at buffets or outings with family or friends.
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