STI rebounded after quake and my Money principles

I wonder where's the next resistance point. Just realised my portfolio is kinda weak. It's really peanuts compared to some other fin bloggers. Amidst the uncertainty, I divested some money into bond (F&N) which is supposed to be giving a more stable but lower yield as compared to stocks. I was looking into buying more of the fund in future.

Missed the opportunity to buy in more BakerT at 0.30 (support level) during the Japan earthquake stock plunge. Now it has risen back to 0.43c. Oh well....

It's year end once again and I have received many annual reports from my invested companies. Really too long to read!


My SIMPLE $ principles

~ Simple lifestyle - don't indulge and become a brand slave

~ Invest regularly - try cos you can earn (on gains) or learn (from losses)

~ Minimal loans - don't be trap in debt cycle

~ Pay yourself first - by saving up a portion of your pay monthly

~ Look out for deals - spend smartly

~ Exercise due diligence - if you don't understand, don't invest!



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