Are Stock Markets At Risk?

Are Stock Markets At Risk?

I consider myself a very capable financial thinker and in control of my emotions,

and able to understand trends, however there has always been a niggling feeling

that I get whenever I endeavor to look further into such platforms.

I have always felt much more comfortable with Real Estate, and this is where I

have chosen to focus my investments, and is where I recommend my clients to

do the same.

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10 Principles of Investment

10 Principles of Investment

I have discovered is that anything and everything requires an investment.

How you choose to invest your time, effort, energy and money, will define the results you achieve.
vital that you invest in yourself, and in your wellbeing. By increasing your own inner capacities and regularly monitoring and improving your state, you will massively increase your potential in other areas.

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Grateful for ALL

Grateful for ALL

I look back to that day 6 years ago when I was broken financially and emotionally. I am extremely thankful for that day, and what I went through. It was that time that made me wake up, and realize that I need to change, and I need to find new ways of learning.
Since then a whole new world has opened up, one of continued learning and fulfillment on a daily and weekly basis.

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How do you avoid buying the wrong property investment?

How do you avoid buying the wrong property investment?

With many properties in the market and Asia being a targeted hot market, which should you choose to invest in? Handing over a down payment for a property isn’t like an over-the-counter purchase, and we understand the concerns running through your head. Some of which, would be …

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How to React to the drop of MYR

How to React to the drop of MYR

You do not have to be an economist to recognize it, when you look at long-term cycles. I believe and have been saying for more than 3 years that this cycle will come.
It is therefore logical that it will be more stable over the long term. So when the USD struggled after the Global Financial Crisis, for me I always saw that it would recover to more “normal levels”.
Similarly the GBP has always been a strong currency, and for me it was inevitable that it would strengthen again, eventually.
What we are seeing in the market is the recovery of those currencies, and not just a decline in the MYR.

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