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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

  • Fundamental Analysis in Stock-Picking

    If you want to make money in the stock market, you need to be able to pick the right stocks. One strategy is Fundamental Analysis. How does it work? Chor Khieng Yuit finds out.

  • Technical Analysis in Stock-Picking

    Technical Analysis relies on the study of past market data, primarily price and volume. But how does that allow you to forecast the direction of stock prices? Our chartists tell Chor Khieng Yuit what to look out for. 

  • Up Close With Tan Teng Boo

    Tan Teng Boo’s remarkable ability as a value investor has led some to call him the Warren Buffett of Malaysia. He talks to Dawn Tan about overvalued markets, successful mistakes, and listening to his gut.

Picking the Right Stocks

Jan 30, 2016

Stock picking is crucial in times of volatility. But how do you ensure that you’ve got the right strategy? And, we chat with Tan Teng Boo, the so-called “Warren Buffett of Malaysia” on looking value under volatile market conditions.

  • Which Unit Trusts Offer Opportunities?

    Stocks may be cheap with the slump in global markets, but there’s still a chance of getting burnt. So are unit trusts an answer? 

  • Drowning in Oil

    The world could be drowning in an oversupply of oil as prices slump more than 20% since the start of 2016. What are the contributing factors?

  • Self-Help Investment Learning

    Can you really become the next Warren Buffet or George Soros by simply reading a book or taking a course on investing? One young investor does just that and makes half a million dollars from the stock market.

The Self-Help Investor

Jan 23, 2016

How did a young investor make half a million dollars from the stock market? Why are crude oil prices falling? And do you need professionals to pick your stocks? Money Mind, Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.  

  • The Fear Factor

    Global stock markets had a stormy start to the year as fear, bordering on panic, and confusion led to chaos. Is it just fear driving fear, or is something else lurking beneath?

  • Singapore Equities - Bulls or Bears?

    Singapore’s stock market may be one of Asia’s most resilient but it was also one of Asia’s worst performers last year. And although Singapore equities may make a comeback this year, the opportunities also come with risks.

  • Singapore Motor Show 2016

    Carmakers showcase their best and brightest at the Singapore Motor Show. But with economic woes in China threatening to derail global growth, what does 2016 hold for the automotive sector? 

The Greatest Fear

Jan 16, 2016

Global equity markets are in a state of panic and confusion. But is the greatest fear – fear itself? And Singapore stocks have had a terrible 2015. Will there be a turnaround this year? And we also have the highlights of the Singapore Motor Show. Money Mind, Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.

  • New Year Market Turmoil

    Chinese stocks plunged by 7% on the opening market day of this year triggering massive losses in equity markets all around the world. Frederick Lim examines the reasons for China’s market turmoil and whether its economy is headed for a hard landing.

  • Asian IPO Outlook 2016

    For the first time since 2012 two of Asia's stock exchanges made it to the top 5 in global IPO rankings last year. Chor Khieng Yuit checks on whether Asia's stock exchanges will be able to sustain the IPO momentum in 2016.

  • Mobile Payments

    Cashless payments with cards to pay for everything from your groceries to movie tickets and even your taxi fare – is now a way of life. Jonathan Peeris looks at how you can go one better – with mobile payments through your handphone.

A Rough Start

Jan 9, 2016

Chinese equities kicked off 2016 on a jittery note. Is China headed for a hard landing or are the fears overdone? And with Asia the hotbed for IPOs, we find out what's the best on offer. Are IPOs a worthwhile investment in a weak market?

  • Asian Markets Outlook 2016

    2015 was a year many Asian investors would want to forget. But every new year brings with it fresh hopes and optimism. Chor Khieng Yuit finds out how Asian equity investors should position their stock portfolios for 2016.

  • Asian Currencies Outlook 2016

    2015 was a challenging year for Asian currencies with frequent bouts of volatility battering the foreign exchange market. Frederick Lim asks the analysts if the volatility will persist into the new year.

  • Singapore Property Outlook

    Prices of public and private housing tumbled in 2015 with the bottom nowhere in sight. But could the bottom come this year? Jonathan Peeris finds out if this is the best time to get into the market.

Market Outlook 2016

Jan 2, 2016

2015 was a year to forget for Asian investors – with many saying that their investments were going nowhere. Catch Money Mind’s 2016 Outlook Special for some directional signs on where Asian equities and currencies might be going. And whether recovery is on the horizon for Singapore’s private property market.