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Richard

Blog Info

Name:
Side Hustle Rich
Category:
Early Retirement
Tags:
early retirement, investing, CFD trading, side hustles,
Start Year:
2018

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
$350,000.00
Location:
Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
Age:
30s
Race:
Asian
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
Profession:
Digital Marketing
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Latest Blog Posts

I’ve wanted to write this recommendation for a while now, and I don’t know why it’s taken me this long, but this podcast is great! Entertaining and providing lots of value at the same time. My First Million is the podcast by the Hustle, a daily email newsletter company. Mr. Beast now has amassed a following of over 30 million subscribers on YouTube. We discuss how he did it. Listen ...
Posted: Feb 21 2020 @ 1:08 AM
Travel. Aaaah. Who doesn’t like exploring new worlds, claiming new experiences, soaking in new cultures and of course, peppering that Instagram feed with #globetrotter photos to the absolute envy of your friends? Well, this is what Luxury Escapes will help you do. Even better, snag a great deal while you’re at it. What is Luxury Escapes? Luxury Escapes, is an online travel platform that aims to give you the best ...
Posted: Feb 19 2020 @ 12:20 AM
I first wrote about Partbnb back in early 2019, and their business model has evolved somewhat since then. This is a follow up to my previous posts that details updates on how their platform currently works in 2020. The core driver of the change seems to be that they want the platform to be open to more serious investors, and make the fractional ownership of a home easier to achieve, ...
Posted: Feb 14 2020 @ 12:46 AM
Singapore, with our glistening airport (World Number 1!), bustling with modernity and commerce, and being hailed as one of the most developed nations in the world, naturally attracts a lot of people seeking work and to live here. However, we’ve also all heard that the grass always seems greener on the other side. So no matter how many accolades are poured on Singapore, there’s still a (rather big) bunch of ...
Posted: Feb 03 2020 @ 1:40 AM
Crypto Twitter had a great laugh over the last few days, when it was made known that Peter Schiff had lost his entire Bitcoin fortune. through no fault of his, mind you, because the platform had corrupted, and did not accept his password as genuine. So, in this post, let’s take a look at the basics of bitcoin storage, and how to protect your bitcoin. To be honest, bitcoin is ...
Posted: Jan 22 2020 @ 6:47 AM
As a stock trader using technical analysis, understanding candlestick patterns, and identifying bullish and bearish candlestick signals are an important toolkit to have. In this post, I will introduce the idea of reading into the basics of candlestick analysis, and take a look at some bullish and bearish candlestick charts. You can also read more about my post on Moving Averages if you’re interested in that. Basics of a Candlestick ...
Posted: Jan 20 2020 @ 3:08 AM
So, the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement globally has picked up pace rather quickly, especially over the last few years. FIRE proponents will know doubt know of FIRE maestros such as MMM, Tanja Hester and others, and in the last year, a documentary called Playing with FIRE was released, and I’ve been wanting to watch it ever since. What is FIRE? There are countless articles online about what the ...
Posted: Jan 15 2020 @ 1:47 AM
I was introduced to Bitspark after listening to Charlie Shrem’s podcast episode on Untold Stories with Maxine Ryan, Co-Founder and COO of Bitspark. Bitspark, in a nutshell, provides a truly easy way for everybody (especially the unbanked) to on-ramp from Fiat to Cryptocurrency. The primary use-case, as I see it, is an easy way for peer to peer payments (be it fiat or cryptocurrency) to be done, especially in rural ...
Posted: Jan 10 2020 @ 5:16 AM
Those of you following my blog will know I trade CFDs and throughout 2019, I’ve been showing my progress. Although I trade with a short term view, and use technical analysis to help with my trading decisions, I do so with companies I’m familiar with, so that I can also apply some fundamentals to them. Moving averages are very useful in helping guide my trading and take profit levels. For ...
Posted: Jan 06 2020 @ 3:50 AM
First of all, Happy New Year everyone! Hope you all had your fill of parties, drinks and merriment! December turned out to be the second most profitable month for the year, clocking in at $3,894 for my CFD trades. This made Q4 by far the biggest quarter for the year, which is the best way to close out 2019. Following this nice number in December, total profit for the year ...
Posted: Jan 02 2020 @ 2:16 AM

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