In many ways, SaaS applications are tailor-made for the pandemic as more and more processes have to be moved online to keep businesses running.
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As demographics, population sizes and languages are different, it should not be surprising that needs and wants differ according to countries.
Should investors consider investing in conglomerates? We take a look at some aspects of these behemoths.
As we usher in the new year, it’s time to position your investment portfolio for a recovery from the devastating pandemic last year.
It’s not too late to deploy your capital.
We take a quick look at what this year has brought us.
As we head into a new year, here are five ways you can enhance your portfolio returns.
Will technology stocks remain relevant in the brave new world?
The world faces a different kind of problem aside from the pandemic, but one that can be tackled with pharmaceuticals.
With a potential rocky and unsteady recovery post-COVID-19, here’s how you can locate stocks that will do well.
Diversifying your portfolio can help you buffer against crashes and capture opportunities.
Answer is ‘no’ as eventually, the value will be outed – one way or another. Meanwhile, bank investors are paid to wait for value to be discovered.
Fitness and gaming platforms and online marketplaces, for example, enjoyed a boom in traffic and sales.
Sure, there are Asian companies that seek to replicate what Western companies have done before. But increasingly, companies in our region are coming of age and holding their own
The shift towards healthier lifestyles is tough to ignore.
Chances of losing money after a decade is 25%; when dividends are included, it is cut to just 2%.
We uncover some winners in the food and beverage industry amidst the pandemic.
Unlike other asset classes, it does not reward you while you own it.
Lengthening your investment time horizon can work wonders for your investment portfolio. All you need is patience and tenacity.
COVID-19 has taught us two key investing lessons.