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About apenquotes

Born in 1976. Married with 2 kids (a boy and a girl). A typical Singaporean living in a 4 room HDB flat. Check out my Facebook Page:

Stay calm, and keep buying…

As stated in this post by Ben in A Wealth of Common Sense, titled “Easy Money is Money Easily Lost” (read here). To quote: “Jason Zweig discovered in the year following the bottom from March 23, 2020 to March 23, 2021, … Continue reading

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Thoughts for March 2022

Truth be told, I haven’t been thinking about investing or my portfolio for some time now. Ever since my post in Jan 2022, whereby I mentioned that investing is more about being patient than being smart; I kind of just … Continue reading

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Where to earn the highest interest for your stablecoins now

As the crypto economy grows and evolves, there are more ways than ever to earn rewards for holding crypto, learning about crypto, or interacting with decentralized finance (or DeFi) apps. To boost investment yield, long-term crypto traders are using one more way … Continue reading

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The most underrated key to investing and time for me to revisit it in 2022

I always felt that investing is both simple yet difficult at the same time. Terry Smith In the below article, Terry Smith shared his investment strategy, Terry Smith is also known as the English Warren Buffett, Smith joined Barclays as … Continue reading

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Digital Core Reit vs Keppel DC Reit

Data centres are a growing asset class within the REITs space The drought in the initial public offering (IPO) of real estate investment trusts (Reits) on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) through the later part of 2020 and into much of … Continue reading

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Short post for the start of 2022

Happy new year everyone! This will be just a short post.During the end of 2021, I have been really busy at work, and will also be busy in 2022. Portfolio (same old same old) There isn’t much change in my … Continue reading

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Daiwa House Logistics Trust vs Mapletree Logistics Trust

This will be just a short post. Basically, I view Mapletree Logistics Trust (MLT) as a bellwether logistic S-Reit listed in Singapore. Hence, the recent announcement of the Daiwa House Logistics Trust (DLHT) IPO made me think about how it … Continue reading

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Thoughts on my Portfolio (Nov 21)

I have not blogged about my portfolio for some time now. I guess it is probably because StocksCafe did such a good job at tracking my portfolio that I do not really need to record it down in my blog. … Continue reading

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What is your mojo in your quest for financial freedom?

When I have time, I like to read. Most of the time I would catch up with business news. This is essential especially if I intend to buy stocks at a discount (due to some news which I view as … Continue reading

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Selling options and the Evergrande crisis

I guess sometimes the best way to understand the psychology of how our minds work is to just do a little trial and error experiment. The Starting Point In my earlier post (see below), I was going through my mind … Continue reading

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