The 3 Pitfalls to achieving Financial Freedom

The goal of Financial Freedom is to break free of the dependence on and compulsions of money.In my advisory practice, I’ve seen those that managed to do so, and those that are unable to do so.So where are the pitfalls? 1 Materialistic accumulations Life is an ever increasing need to experience higher and higher sense … Continue reading The 3 Pitfalls to achieving Financial Freedom

Understanding how Investment Marketing appeals to our mind

And the correct questions to ask Recently I received a forwarded message about an investment product: First thing to note is that this is a Fintech Product. And looking through the website, it is a crytocurrency trading algo. There are a great many investments free from speculation risk, e.g. FD, bonds... Fintech and Crypto are … Continue reading Understanding how Investment Marketing appeals to our mind

Investment Review 30th Sept 2020

I last posted my Annual Investment Review in January 2017, looking back on 2016. https://aikyong.wordpress.com/2017/01/30/investment-review-2016-revised/ Since then I've stopped investing in single stocks and continued on a diversified plan. I thought I'll look back on my investment performance since it's been awhile. Before I dive into the investments, note that I have dabbled in new … Continue reading Investment Review 30th Sept 2020

Markets misconception: Markets always corrects to normal

“Wall of Ignorance or Bridge of Understanding,We can’t choose what others build for themselves,But we can choose what we spend our time on. “ There have been a few misconceptions about the financial markets which has been bothering us. Things we tend to pick up because it is our favorite subject. The answers are always … Continue reading Markets misconception: Markets always corrects to normal