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Kaiwen Leong,Edward Choi,Edwin Lim

Personal Investing: How to invest your money for consistent returns

Investing is all about asking the right questions. Everyone asks: how do I invest like the top investors? But here’s a better question: how do I invest like the top banks? These are two very different questions that yield two very different results. And by results, we mean money. Mapping your salary progression? Planning your retirement? Wanting to combat inflation? Investing includes C-level banker Edwin Lim’s inside look into the trading strategies of top banks and how he and his C-level colleagues applied those strategies to their own investment portfolios. You too can invest like the top banks, enjoy consistent long-term returns on your investment and become the ultimate investor.
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    Reza Aprianohas quoted5 years ago
    Greed at this stage is your worst enemy.
    Reza Aprianohas quoted5 years ago
    You do not want to buy when the price is at an annual high and when there is a high probability of a correction
    Reza Aprianohas quoted5 years ago
    When taking your first steps into investment, your chances of success are higher when you do your research. It is when you let your guard down and start listening to ‘expert’ advice rather than working with your research that things fall apart.

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