Investor Profiles

Couple reins in spending by making sure one spouse seeks the other's nod before buying items worth over $500. -ST
Accountancy student Loh Yuan Bin began investing in stocks last year and with discipline, has built up a four-digit portfolio with 6 to 8 per cent return a year. -ST
Mr Deepak Gurnani quit school at 14 to work to clear his family's debts. From a loan of 500 rupees, he started his first business in his teens. -ST
He was an engineer for five years after graduation before leaving for a statutory board. -ST
Student Max Pang has a clear idea of his ideal life and works towards it. -BT
Our revamped Sunday Times Invest includes a new set of questions for Me & My Money, focusing on investment strategies and portfolios. This week, we talk to account manager Fiona Cher in the second of a four-part series on young people. -ST
His unit manages a student fund with virtual money, allowing the 50 students on the team to experiment with their approach to investments. -ST
Mr Samuel Wong, on the benefits of creating an investment portfolio early. -ST
Sixty-six per cent of respondents from Singapore indicated that they do not feel financially secure or financially savvy. -BT
Renowned investment guru Jim Rogers has said it before and he will say it again: His best investments are his two daughters, Hilton Augusta and Beeland Anderson. -ST

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