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Most people aspire to achieve financial stability to enjoy their retirement with peace of mind. My dream is no different from others. Since I entered the workforce, I have been working towards achieving financial independence before the age of 35 and having an early retirement. The journey which I took has pushed me out of my comfort zones at times, and it’s tough Thankfully, my wife has been…
Singapore portfolio How was May like for Singapore market? Singapore stock market tumbled in May as trade talks between US and China broke down, stoking fear of trade war escalation and global recession. In addition Singapore posted disappointing April export data and was recently branded by US Treasury as a currency manipulator. For the month of May, $STI(^STI.IN) fell a whopping 8.31%, erasing…
Scott Galloway is out with his new book, and in a smashing podcast, he brings up a tale about his father and his close friend: What is the definition of rich? When your Passive Income is Greater than Your Burn. Those of you who are ages younger than 40 to 50 years old, you should be focusing on “ the Top line “. You would want this figure to be bigger and bigger. Scott has a close friend who is a…
After more than 25 years living and working in financial markets across ten countries, including Spain, Russia, Sri Lanka and the United States, and in various of roles – from stock analyst to hedge fund manager to political risk analyst – Kim Iskyan (and his family) moved to Singapore to launch a financial publishing company. Stansberry Pacific Research, previously known as Truewealth…
When it comes to wealth accumulation, many are a fan of Harry Browne’s Permanent Portfolio. Recently I wrote about it here . One of the main take away from my article yesterday on how do you make $500,000 last for 60 years by withdrawing an initial amount of 5% of the portfolio was that high volatility is not very desirable when it comes to spending down our wealth. So naturally, the permanent…
In 2014, as my wealth approaches $500,000, I started exploring whether it is possible to spend $24,000 a year and have that $500,000 last for a long time. If you divided $24,000 by $500,000, that is a withdrawal rate of 4.8% in the initial year. If I adjust that $24,000 every year by inflation (e.g the inflation last year is 6%, so next year you spend $25,440 and if the inflation is 4.5% this…
This article was originally published by Uncapped Mortgage Generally, people think of debt as something to avoid. Debt usually means “bad” and no debt means you are better off financially. So the idea of using debt to build wealth can seem a bit dubious. Can you really build wealth using debt? In order to answer this question, we first need to know that there are two kinds of debt. There is good …
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