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Financial Horse

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Name:
Financial Horse
Category:
Investing
Tags:
Investing, Real Estate, Singapore
Start Year:
2018

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
$300,000.00
Location:
Singapore
Age:
30s
Race:
Asian
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Lawyer (Attorney)
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Latest Blog Posts

The End of the Bull Market – Ray Dalio (Tony Robbins) Most of you guys will have seen this before, but I’m still impressed by Ray Dalio’s all weather portfolio everytime I think about it. If you want a sleep well at night portfolio for all economic conditions, this is a great starting point. What […] The post Top Reads this Week (11 Nov) appeared first on Financial Horse. ...
Posted: Nov 11 2018 @ 12:55 AM
I’ve been doing a lot of macro, asset allocation related posts recently. So boy, does it feel great to go back to basics today with a simple question: Is it time to invest in Singapore Airlines shares? Basics: Singapore Airlines Singapore Airlines needs no introduction to any Singaporean. From Wikipedia: Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA; SGX: C6L) is […] The post Singapore Airlines: Flying High or Clipped Wings? appeared first on Financial Horse. ...
Posted: Nov 10 2018 @ 12:44 AM
I recently received this question from a reader: Hi FH It’s my first time having to make a decision on a rights issue. Are you able to share your thoughts on the rights issue for Keppel kbs reit? For example, what are the possible thought process that an investor has to go through to make […] The post Rights issues for Singapore REITs – Decision making process (Keppel KBS REIT) appeared ...
Posted: Nov 06 2018 @ 1:21 AM
  1. Suggested Stock Allocation By Bond Yield for Logical Investors (Financial Samurai) As I get older, I’ve come to appreciate the value of bonds in a portfolio, and the stabilising effect they bring. Here’s an interesting take on how much bonds you should hold, depending on prevailing yields. Shared by a Reader: 2. Far […] The post Top Reads this Week (4 November) appeared first on Financial Horse. ...
Posted: Nov 04 2018 @ 12:34 AM
Since my previous post on building a balanced stock portfolio for all ages, I’ve received a number of really great reader queries. Unfortunately I’ve been a bit late in responding to them, so this post is badly overdue. As always, if you have any burning questions on investing at all, drop me an email at admin@financialhorse.com with […] The post [Ask FH] Building a balanced portfolio for Singaporeans appeared first on Financial Horse. ...
Posted: Nov 03 2018 @ 11:29 PM
  Winner of Financial Horse Giveaway Earlier in August, I held the Financial Horse Giveaway to mark the Facebook Group crossing 2000 members: “Hi Everyone! When I first started Financial Horse earlier this year, I intended it as a means to catalogue my investing thoughts. But what I never expected, was the overwhelmingly enthusiastic response from […] The post Top Reads this Week (28 October) + Giveaway appeared first on Financial Horse. ...
Posted: Oct 28 2018 @ 10:12 AM
As most of you are aware, last week’s Temasek T2023 2.7% 5 year Retail Bonds sold like Bread Talk’s pork floss buns when they first came out (am I getting too old?). Or in more technical jargon, the retail tranche was over 8 times oversubscribed, with over S$1.6 billion of applications received, and the retail […] The post Why are the Temasek T2023 2.7% Retail Bonds so hot? appeared first on ...
Posted: Oct 27 2018 @ 12:57 PM
Hot on the tails of the recent Astrea IV private equity bonds, comes the latest Temasek T2023 5 year Retail Bonds with a 2.7% coupon. In my recent Astrea article, I advanced the argument that Temasek (and Ho Ching) are trying to open up the retail bond scene, and I hate to say I told […] The post Temasek’s T2023 five-year retail bonds: Are they a buy? appeared first on Financial ...
Posted: Oct 18 2018 @ 6:10 AM
1. Guide to the Markets (JP Morgan Asset Management) There’s a ton of really great charts in this latest report by JP Morgan. Presented without commentary, it really shows how you can spin the data to fit any narrative you want. 2. Why the Best Predictor of Future Stock Market Returns is Useless (Of Dollars […] The post Top Reads this Week (14 October) appeared first on Financial Horse. ...
Posted: Oct 13 2018 @ 11:00 PM
The thing about being a financial blogger, is that through reader questions, you can get a good idea what the flavour of the month trade is. And the past month or two, without a doubt, it has been the China trade. The most common questions I have received are (1) Is xx China stock worth […] The post Is the Hang Seng the best way to bet on China? appeared first ...
Posted: Oct 12 2018 @ 11:45 PM

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