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[MyTwoCents] Exclusive Interview with Suraya


Hello everyone, I am James here, founder of

Today I have the honour of inviting Suraya over for a short interview.

Suraya is a financial blogger @ and the blog is dedicated to personal finance with a notch on investing stuff.

For the longest time, Suraya has read mostly personal finance blogs from the west (U.S., Australia etc.). Read more >>

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Is Top Glove Corporation Bhd a Gem in The Making?

Just yesterday, Top Glove (SGX: BVA) held an investor presentation at SGX to present on their latest quarter earnings. You can find their presentation slides here.

A look at their stock price last month reveals a consolidation hovering at around S$1.65. And as of 16 June 2017, their stock price stood at S$1.79. That is an 8.5% increase over … Read more >>

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4 Easy Ways You can Learn to Build Your Wealth

If you’re looking at achieving financial security in your 30s, saving is a great place to start. But, saving alone will only get you so far.

In Singapore, interest rates (we’re not talking about high yield savings, or those that require lots of banking transactions or high initial deposits) have been hovering around the 0.15% range. This means that even … Read more >>

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A 5-Minute Guide to Evergreen Fiberboard Berhad

In response to our survey, a few readers have requested for us to write on Evergreen Fiberboard (KLSE: EVERGRN). You can access the survey here!

A quick look at this company shows that this stock has been undergoing a downtrend since 19 May 2017. As of 2 June 2017, it has experienced a 9.7% drop in its price! With … Read more >>

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How Much Will You Have for Retirement If You Start Investing Today?

The fear of retiring without having enough money is a genuine concern for many Singaporeans. In Singapore, we do not have a social welfare system providing unemployment benefit. That means each of us needs to be responsible for our own retirement.

Of course, there are policies in place such as the CPF system to ensure we set aside a percentage … Read more >>

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