About

A Singaporean who began to explore the financial world in 2010, hoping to get out of the rat race and be financially independent. 2010 was in the aftermath of the Lehman crisis, when a pretty shaken up market was struggling to recover. On hindsight, that was the perfect time to catch multi-bagger stocks, but I had no inkling on how to do that. My learning curve was steep as I self-taught financial literacy by reading financial blogs and books. That was borrowing wisdom from others.


However, borrowing wisdom can come with a price. I have had a good taste of that in my early days of investment journey. 


Wisdom can only truly be earned through continuous trying, learning, reflecting and sieving. Wisdom cannot come from blind following - monkey see, monkey do. That is why I always emphasize DYODD (do your own due diligence) and DYOR (do your own research).


"Playing the market is like playing the rubik's cube - some do it systematically, some do it intuitively, some keep searching for the right moves and never got anywhere. "


Through this blog, I hope to share snippets of my adventures and learnings, in my quest for financial independence (FI) and first pot of gold. All while searching for the x formula to live life to the fullest.


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Contents of this blog are personal opinions and DO NOT constitute advice to hold, buy or sell any securities, commodities or assets mentioned. I do not guarantee the accuracy and reliability of any information provided, and shall not be liable for any losses incurred from reading my posts or using the materials herein.

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Comments

  1. Hi,

    I am of view that there is no x formula to lead the life to the fullest. The best time is now. I consider one (who lives life to the fullest) as being happy at all time.

    Ben

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