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We'll tell you how to make the most of your money but also why money is not an end in itself and connecting financial goals to your life goals is really what you should be doing. Of course we will also still continue to provide tips for investors, business ideas for businessmen and comments on the economy, markets, companies, financial products, and trends.

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Previous Episodes

  • In Focus: The Telco Challenge

    Telco stocks have had mixed fortunes on the Singapore Exchange so far this year. SingTel and Starhub are down...but M1 is up close to 5%. Generally viewed as defensive plays, telcos are being shunned now as investors look for stocks with more attractive growth potential. But, should you avoid them completely? Money Mind’s Chor Khieng Yuit finds out what themes are hot in the telco space this year.

  • Market Pulse: Top of the Mind Q&A

    Top of the Mind is a regular feature on our Market Pulse segment. Every month we will pick out 3 Top of the Mind questions out of the pool of most frequently asked questions by investors and we'll put them to experts for their views. The top 3 questions represent what investors are most concerned about in the current economic and market environment and they are question

  • Property Corner: Location Profile - Novena-Balestier

    The Novena-Balestier area is attracting crowds these days with the opening of a new commercial development offering a wide variety of eateries, pubs and retail shops. Based on URA estimates, non-landed private homes in the city fringe or Rest of Central Region took a hit in the first quarter of this year, dropping by 2.8 percent. Still, Singapore Real Estate Exchang

Making the Right Call

Apr 12, 2014

Novena is one of the most sought after locations for private property rentals. Find out why. And the challenge is on - from free service providers like WhatsApp and WeChat.  How are Singapore telcos coping? 

  • In Focus: MH370 - Counting the Costs

    Its financial condition was already dire. Now that one of its planes has gone missing, what will be the ramifications for Malaysia Airlines? Will Malaysia's flag carrier have to go bankrupt? And, what will be the implications for Malaysia's aviation sector? Money Mind’s Chor Khieng Yuit looks for some answers.

  • Market Pulse: Soft Commodities Outlook

    For every 8 chocolate bars that are consumed in the world, 1 is made from beans processed by Olam. Singapore-listed Olam International recently made headlines after news broke of a takeover bid by Temasek unit, Breedens Investments. A leading agri-business, Olam's businesses span cocoa, coffee, rice and cotton production - practically anything and everything we consume on a daily basis. 

  • On The Sidelines: Men vs Women Investors

    Men versus Women - the debate continues on which gender is better at doing this or that. In the financial sector, the question is up in the air as to whether men or women are better investors. And do men-led companies do better than the ones led by women? Money Mind's Ellen Lokajaya explores the great gender debate in the world of business and finance.

The Price to Pay

Apr 5, 2014

As the search for missing flight MH370 continues - we look at the financial implications. And, M&A fever hits Singapore commodity players. Plus, do women invest better than men? 

  • In Focus: Dividends - Yes or No?

    Dividend paying stocks gave steady returns and were hot when interest rates were at rock bottom. Now, with the global economic outlook picking up, and US interest rates set to rise early next year, they are losing flavour among investors.  But, as Money Mind's Chor Khieng Yuit finds out, the dividend theme still carries some weight in your portfolio.

  • Market Pulse: FX Order Watch

    As Singapore increasingly becomes home to the rich, more money are going into investing in the overseas property market. Property payments, mortgages overseas and even funding kids to study abroad are revolutionising how foreign currencies are exchanged and used. 

  • Property Corner: Crown Group – Iwan Sunito

    Luck and opportunity is a combination that is familiar to successful entrepreneurs like Iwan Sunito. And it was this combination that made a small-town boy into the head of one of Australia's fastest growing property developers, Crown Group. The Sydney-based company now has $3 billion Australian dollars worth of projects in the pipeline.  

Dividend Plays

Mar 30, 2014

Iwan Sunito is a small town boy from Kalimantan who became a big time Australian property tycoon. Catch his story of perseverance and overcoming odds. And US$1 trillion - that's how much dividends were paid out by the world's listed companies last year. So, should investors target dividend plays?