An investor’s first-hand account of what it was like to live through Black Monday, the worst 1-day crash in stocks in the US market.
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It has been eleven years since the previous severe bear market. Here are three important lessons gleaned from that harrowing event.
With a bear market almost upon us, it’s a good time to look into how you should safeguard their wealth.
Here at The Smart Investor, we believe that everybody can learn how to invest, smartly. Some time ago, we once…
During tough times, strength and resilience are attributes that allow investors to weather the storm.
Judging by how much the stock market has been fluctuating in the past week, it’s fair to say that common sense is in short supply now.
Investors may worry about an impending recession as Covid-19 wreaks havoc on the economy and global supply chains. Here are three recession-proof companies that should be able to continue paying dividends.
Fears related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) have caused stocks to fall. Economies are also at risk of facing a recession. What should investors do?
It may sound like a daunting task to generate a passive income of S$1,000 per month, but here’s how you can do it through investing.
Many investors think that it’s easy to figure out when stocks will hit a peak. But it’s actually really tough to tell when a bear market would hit.
With the closing date for 5G broadband bids just passing, it’s instructive for us to look into which companies may be impacted by this future trend.
I bought units of Suntec REIT in 2005. I still own all the units today. These are my lessons learned.
Rather than let your funds sit idle in your CPF Investment Account, here are three blue-chip companies you can plough it into.
The much-anticipated Budget 2020 was delivered in Parliament yesterday. Here’s what investors should know about it that may benefit specific companies and industries.
In a surprise twist, the casino operator drops its bid for the Osaka integrated resort.
As investors, we should remain rational and sane while others around us are losing their minds. Doing so will enable us to grow and build long-term wealth.
As Smart Investors, our investing horizon stretches out 15 years, rather than 14 days or 15 minutes.
Singapore-listed companies are now given the option to move away from quarterly reporting (QR). But not every company will get that option, especially if they are earmarked as “risky”.
Investing is not always smooth sailing, so how should investors react to sudden negative events such as the Wuhan virus?
What makes your investment a winning one? Here are four key attributes that can be found in worthwhile long-term investments.