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  1. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: The logo of the Bitcoin digital currency is seen in a shop in Marseille

    Commentary: Bitcoin, the 12-year-old bubble that could eventually be worth nothing

    In contrast to other assets like gold, Bitcoin is purely speculative. Its value is whatever markets say it is, says Willem H Buiter.
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    Commentary: Letting a robo-adviser decide how to invest your money is a double-edged sword

    With the rise of FinTech, more people are turning to robo-advisers but this prevents people from being financially literate, says SUTD’s Gordon Tan.
  3. Red carpet for the Axel Springer award, in Berlin

    Commentary: Don’t be too quick to write-off Elon Musk

    Some might criticise multi-billionaire Musk for biting off more than he can chew and having his finger in too many pies, says David Kuo.
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    Ep 22: Making An Impact

    Foreign property buyers make a comeback. Plus, investing to make an impact. And, how Singapore can live with rising sea levels?
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    Ep 35: Lunar New Year Special

    Enter the Year of the Rat - and we examine how rat-like characteristics can help you invest better. And, how to pick fast and nimble companies ...
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    Commentary: Low interest rates don’t necessarily mean we keep more cash in hand

    As enticing and appealing as cash might be, the problem is that there is a cost associated with keeping it, says The Smart Investor CEO David Kuo.
  7. US President Donald Trump (L) and former vice president Joe Biden debate in the southern city

    Trump vs Biden: Potential implications for investors

    As the clock ticks down to the US presidential election, Money Mind looks into the potential impact of a Trump or Biden victory, and what this ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: Traders work on the floor of the NYSE in New York

    Commentary: Is the stock market’s rise driven by mania or logic?

    Although investors always fear a bubble, the rational explanation is even more alarming, says the Financial Times’ Robin Harding.