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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

  • In Focus: The Basics of Investing

    Surveys have consistently shown that a high proportion of Singaporeans do not invest because they are afraid of making losses. Many also find investment products hard to understand. Money Mind's Ellen Lokajaya looks at how to apply basic investment principles to the way you invest, and why our attitudes towards investing are often clouded by wrong perceptions.

  • Market Pulse: Home Renovations

    The home renovations and furnishings industry is closely linked to the property market. Home solutions providers are in for a windfall in the next two years as HDB and private properties bought in the boom of 2009 to 2012 become ready for occupation.But as Money Mind's Winnie Pascual finds out, what comes after presents a huge challenge to these companies.

  • On The Sidelines: Business with a Heart

    Social enterprises are companies which aim to make a social impact while remaining sustainable at the same time. Because the twin objectives do conflict it's more difficult to run social enterprises. Money Mind's Chor Khieng Yuit takes a look at the intricacies of a social enterprise business model.

Investment Made Simple

Oct 25, 2014

Two thirds of Singaporeans don't invest because they fear making a loss, according to a UOB survey. 60% say they don't even know how to invest. Are our attitudes towards investing clouded by wrong perceptions? And, social enterprises - the challenges of having to make a social impact and yet remain sustainable. Money Mind this Saturday 10.30pm on Channel NewsAsia.

  • In Focus: Saving Planet Earth

    Extreme weather patterns are becoming more common here in Singapore and globally. We examine how putting a price on carbon could help reverse climate change. Money Mind's Chor Khieng Yuit checks on the benefits to businesses for reducing carbon emissions.

  • Property Corner: Executive Condominiums

    The launch of this executive condominium captured a record high of 1,800 applications. That's roughly 3 buyers for every one of the 546 units available. This is only the second EC to launch after the imposition of a 15-month waiting period to developers early last year. The time gap might have created a pent-up demand from prospective buyers. 

  • Up Close With: Eric Trump

    Mention the name Donald Trump, and the reality TV show, The Apprentice, readily comes to mind. Others know him as the New York property tycoon who survived several tussles with bankruptcy and came out on top. So what does it mean to have a father who is renowned throughout the world? 

The Trump Legacy

Oct 18, 2014

The son of real estate magnate Donald Trump, Eric learnt at age 22 to buy property assets at the lowest point of the market. Catch our exclusive interview with Eric Trump in the US. And, executive condos -  does the keen interest in Lake Life signal a new buying trend? Money Mind this Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.

  • In Focus: Asean Integration

    Southeast Asia is on the verge of regional economic integration. Money Mind’s Chor Khieng Yuit examines the investment opportunities that come with the implementation of the Asean Economic Community next year.

  • Market Pulse: Retirement Solutions

    Singaporeans now have an average life expectancy of 85. And while CPF provides a basic income upon retirement, insurance solutions provide a good source of additional income. But how effective are the current products in the market? Money Mind's Winnie Pascual checks it out.

  • Prime Cities: Boston Property

    To US citizens Boston is the birthplace of the American Revolution. To people outside of the US, Boston is probably more well known for its world class universities -  Harvard and MIT. Money Mind's Ellen Lokajaya heads to one of the oldest cities in America to find out why Boston is such an attractive destination for property investors.

Asean Integration

Oct 11, 2014

By 2020, Asean's economy is forecast to be bigger than that of the UK. By 2025, it's poised to overtake Japan. What are the key catalysts driving growth in the region? And Boston - home to Havard & MIT. Money Mind travels to the US to find out why Boston is a property hotspot for foreign investors. Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.

  • Has Gold Lost its Shine?

    Gold has lost favour with investors in the past three years. We examine if the prices of the yellow metal are poised for a turnaround. Money Mind's Chor Khieng Yuit looks at the various options of investing in gold.

  • Property Disputes

    You take great pains to find the dream property that you want to buy. You check on its attributes such as location, amenities and views, but wait a minute – have you forgotten something? Have you checked the brochures and the sales and purchase agreement? Money Mind's Frederick Lim has a case study for you - why buyers should check all documents related to the purchase before making a commitment.

  • Andy Heyward – The Secret Millionaires Club

    The Secret Millionaires Club, a simple animated series, features Warren Buffett as a cartoon character who teaches children how to solve business and money problems. Money Mind's Ellen Lokajaya goes to Martha's Vineyard to chat with the show's producer, Andy Heyward. And she finds out how the idea for the cartoon came about, and how the world's most admired investor got involved with the series.

The Missing Links

Oct 4, 2014

You got your keys to your brand new, dream apartment, open the door and ... find that you have a missing bay window. How do you handle property disputes with developers? And, Money Mind recently took a trip to the US to delve into The Secret Millionaires Club with author Andy Heyward. Plus, gold - is it time to invest in gold again? Money Mind this Saturday 10.30pm (SIN/HK) on Channel NewsAsia.