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Kenneth Quek
Kenneth Quek
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 37m ago
Emergency Funds. Insurance. Then Investment. But you know what, set aside a small sum to get your feet wet. Be prepared that this small sum will be completely wiped out. Ride through the downturns. Use the experience to really understand your risk level and how you would react when your assets are plummeting. Knowing yourself is a pretty big part of investing. Oh, and keep investing in yourself! You are your most valuable investment!

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Bibiana
Bibiana
Level 6. Master
Answered 1d ago
I like Rolex and Patek! I believe their margins should be very high and the demand is strong too.

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I'd probably choose to work with a licensed financial advisor from Australia to help me with this money especially if you'll be coming back to SG and won't be managing it as often as you'd like. But if you're ever planning to fully return to Singapore, why not bring the money over slowly and invest here instead? Take away the forex risk of having a large sum of money in another currency.

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Dawn Fiona
Dawn Fiona
Level 7. Grand Master
Answered on 14 Aug 2018
Cut your expenses, boost your income, grow your savings and investments. And be realistic. If you don't earn enough, a millionaire dream may not be feasible unless you're lucky to strike Toto. http://www.sgbudgetbabe.com/2016/03/the-easiest-way-to-build-wealth-in-your.html?m=1 I would have started investing earlier in my 20s and gone for courses by The Fifth Person and Dr Wealth earlier, which could have saved me from some mistakes I made in my investing journey.

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Bibiana
Bibiana
Level 6. Master
Answered 4h ago
Might be some disruptions looming ahead as there are some synethic diamonds which are getting popular! Will it affect their business?

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Bjorn Ng
Bjorn Ng
Level 8. Wizard
Answered 17h ago
Payment Systems, Healthcare, SaaS, and of course Alcohol, because people drink in both good times (to celebrate) and bad times (for sorrows). Hahah!

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Bjorn Ng
Bjorn Ng
Level 8. Wizard
Updated 5d ago
I only have the top 2! No. 2: Realizing that I am in charge of my own finances and future. Easy to say, but not easy to put that into action. And by action (which is what I did), I mean being prudent - save as much as I can, earn some side income, look out for bank account & credit card promotions, spend only when you need to not want to, so I can build up more funds to invest. No.1: Despite doing No.2, this was the game changer for me. I felt I started early, had pretty good knowledge, invested in some stocks, REITs first. Been in there for about 3 years. I was on track, but I felt that I was going nowhere. My stock performance was just decent, and I had no idea what to do next. So through a friend, I decided to take the "risk" and join an investment course, and boy that was single handedly the BEST investment decision I have made throughout my investing journey. It was the presence and support of a like-minded community which propelled me to the next level. My stock performance was doing way better than previously. And then I realize - I was investing in stocks, but I wasn't investing in myself. And that my friend, is one of the most important life lessons that I took away. Sidetrack a little - never discount yourself. Invest in yourself, your knowledge, your growth. And by that, please I do not mean invest in a Balenciaga tee shirt. Please no. Hahahaha. All the best buddy, you might not know it, but just thinking about it, you are definitely on the right track! Let me know if I can support you in any way :)

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Same here...I also have some old stamps, probably not those super limited edition types. But I wonder if they can be sold too.

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Daryl Liao. Full Time Investor.
Daryl Liao. Full Time Investor.
Level 6. Master
Answered 6d ago
Wow. Congrats on achieving this considerable amount at such a young age Joey! No doubt that you are on the way to great wealth. My advice would be to first sort out your insurance coverage. Build your knowledge through books, investing blogs. Explore the investment options you have. If you head into stocks, understand how to analyse companies as businesses. A good book that i read when i just started out is The 5 rules of successful stock investing by Pat Dorsey. Still my fav recommendation for my friends! Start with small chunks of investing to get used to the volatility and managing your emotions. All the Best!

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Wallace Chai
Wallace Chai
Level 8. Wizard
Answered 17h ago
Magnus Energy Group Ltd is an investment holding company, supplies products and services for oil and gas, shipbuilding and offshore fabrication, petrochemicals plants, marine, and environmental waste treatment industries. Again, revenue declined over a decades! And worst still, loss making for past 6 years! Is the trading halted for this company?
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