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Money Mind

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

  • Exotic Investments: Luxury Watches

    They say that you can tell a man by his watch. But what if he has more than 1000 watches? Money Mind’s Jonathan Peeris examines why luxury watches can be a timely investment.

  • Market Pulse: Investing in S-Chips

    For your investments, you can get a flavour of China through s-chips or shares of Chinese companies listed in Singapore. Unloved by investors, are s-chips going to make a comeback? Money Mind's Chor Khieng Yuit finds out.

  • Up Close With: Francesca Cartier Brickell

    The name 'Cartier' has been synonymous with fine jewellery since the family-owned business was founded 168 years ago. But how did it rise to become one of the world’s most prestigious brands?  Money Mind’s Dawn Tan gets Up Close with Francesca Cartier Brickell for an exclusive family perspective into the world of Maison Cartier.

Luxury Investments

May 16, 2015

We like you to meet two people. Meet Bernard Cheong, Singapore's most famous watch investor, with more than 1000 in his collection. Hear his views on investing in watches. And meet Francesca Cartier, granddaughter of Jean-Jacques Cartier, who will share private insights on what it takes to build a brand like Cartier. Money Mind this Saturday 10.30pm on Channel NewsAsia.

  • Property Corner: Investing in Shophouses

    Shophouses with their colourful façade and intricate windows form a beautiful backdrop to Singapore's modern architecture.  But do they also offer a good investment proposition? Money Mind's Winnie Pascual homes in on the investment potential of shophouses. 

  • Market Pulse: Singapore Banks

    All 3 of Singapore's local banks posted record profits last year. DBS and OCBC continued the record run in the first quarter of 2015, while UOB wasn't too far behind. So, as Money Mind's Chor Khieng Yuit finds out, if you haven't been looking at investing in banking stocks, perhaps it's time you do a re-think. 

  • Prime Cities: The Rise of Serviced Apartments

    The serviced apartments sector in Sydney is booming. And it has attracted operators from all over the world.  Money Mind's Jonathan Peeris was in Sydney to take a closer look at what is drawing people to stay in serviced apartments.

Investment Opportunities

May 9, 2015

119 shop houses changed hands for S$683 million in the past 12 months. Is there an investment case here - of lots of money chasing limited supply? And, record first quarter profits from DBS and OCBC - are banking stocks set to outperform this year? Money Mind this Saturday 10.30pm on Channel NewsAsia.

  • Exotic Investments: Investing in Fine Art

    Looking for an investment that is counter-cyclical and appreciates the longer you hold it? Money Mind's Winnie Pascual went checking with the experts on how to start investing in art.

  • Market Pulse: Investing in Megatrends

    If you have a crystal ball and able to predict the future - what would the world be like? What dramatic trends would dominate society and impact the way we live our lives? And how would these themes influence the way we save and invest for our future. Money Mind's Winnie Pascual identifies the investment opportunities that come with megatrends.

  • On The Sidelines: Financial Games

    The game is ON - we sharpen our financial literacy skills with our viewers. Financial card games aim to create that fun element while at the same time educating us about the world of economics, finance and financial misconduct. Join us in the fun to find out more.

The Art of Investment

May 2, 2015

If you want to invest well - you got to play it right. And what better way to sharpen your skills than through investment games. And, an investment that you can enjoy for its own sake - that's what you get when you invest in Art. Money Mind this Saturday 10.30pm on Channel NewsAsia.