Monthly Archives: November 2016

Knee-jerk reaction to investing

Yesterday, we were watching the result of the US Presidential election on TV. As it became evident that Donald Trump was going to win the race against Hillary Clinton, the stock markets in our part of time zone took a … Continue reading

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US Presidential Election result was unexpected

It was déjà vu. I watched the Brexit voting results on Channel NewsAsia some months back and I did the same with the current US Presidential election results today. Both ended with a completely different outcome as predicted by political … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about Customer Service – UOB

The Counter Service is the contact point between the banking teller and the customer. The banking teller represents the face of the bank and if there is unhappiness in the brief encounter can hurt the bank. As customers, we can … Continue reading

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Taking a breather ….

to energise.

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Politics and Share Price Movement

Who will win the Presidential election of the United States of America? Trump or Hillary? When polls show Donald Trump is closing the gap with Hillary Clinton in recent days, the Dow Jones Industrial Average declined. A potential win by … Continue reading

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I feel that I may be better off if I have not invested, is it?

I am talking about Singapore equities. The experts would always say that we have to stay invested to reap the rewards of dividends and future appreciation of investments. This is better than not doing anything and allowing inflation to erode … Continue reading

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