In this latest article, Wilfred Ling highlights the danger of investing based on herd instincts. First published in SmartInvestor's June 2007 issue, the full article can be downloaded HERE … [Read more...]
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The market is now confused. See what Wilfred Ling has to say about the confusion in the market in the latest issue of Smart Investor April 2007 edition. The full article can be downloaded HERE. … [Read more...]
In this May/June 2007 issue of Q magazine, Wilfred Ling tells us how to start an investment from a very simple approach. There is no need to monitor the markets, no need to understand how markets work, no need to read newspaper, there isn't much to do anyway. A sample portfolio is demonstrated for the Conservative and Aggressive Investor. In addition, Wilfred publishes the benefit (or rather then … [Read more...]
In this article, Wilfred Ling writes about investment from a perspective of a 20 something years old. The article first appeared in Q Magazine by Q Publishing Pte Ltd March/April 2007 edition. The full article can be downloaded HERE … [Read more...]
There is no sign of fear in the market. See what Wilfred Ling has to say about this dangerious sentiment in the latest article for SmartInvestor Feb 2007. The article can be downloaded HERE … [Read more...]
Ms Ang Bee Eng wrote to Straits Times forum page entitled “Sclerosis patient needs help with big medical bill” on 1 December 2006 that her medical bill comes up to $2,800 a month yet she was unable to work due to repeated relapses. "A person who can’t work is worst off than being dead." Financial adviser Wilfred Ling tells us why he rates disability income insurance more highly than death, total … [Read more...]
"The difference between speculation and investment is that the former is concerned with large returns over the short term period while the latter is concerned with gaining reasonable returns over a long period of time. Unfortunately, most people are neither good at speculating or investing. As a professional investment adviser, I advocate investment as the method of gaining good returns. (I don’t … [Read more...]
(This article appeared in Sunday Times on 19 February 2006) BY THE time Patrick Sin's kids are ready for tertiary education in more than 10 years or so, the costs of the courses plus living expenses for four years could total about $200,000. But the father of three is prepared. Mr Sin, a bank manager in his late 30s, uses a combination of endowment policies, unit trusts and stocks to save up for … [Read more...]