And so, the first-ever election held during a pandemic is now over.
It seems there was something for everyone this time around.
Those who support the incumbent PAP saw the ruling party retaining its supermajority as it captured 83 out of the 93 available seats.
With a vote share of 61%, it was a respectable performance albeit a decline from the 69% back in 2015.
Others who support the opposition parties saw the Workers Party make some headway to take a second GRC, the first time in history since Singapore’s independence.
But even as the election is settled, the challenges for our nation remain.
Investors should be thinking of how they can position themselves for the (eventual) recovery in the future.
Here are some articles we came up with during the last week.
If you’re worried about a potential second wave of COVID-19 infections, stay calm. We will show you how you can still do well in the stock market with a few simple principles.
Not every company has been beaten down by the pandemic. Here are four that have performed spectacularly during this crisis.
Every portfolio should have a healthy mix of growth and dividend stocks. We introduce two steady dividend companies that you should add to your watchlist of stocks.
Here are five different categories of risks that you need to consider when investing. If ignored, they may end up blowing a hole in your investment portfolio.
Koufu Group (SGX: VL6) just announced an interesting acquisition that will broaden its product range and increase its regional reach. We provide the delicious details and more.
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