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Derivatives 101 in Malaysia

Savvy investors can multiply potential gains by capitalising on the leverage effect offered by derivatives, regardless of market movement.

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How You Duit – Blogger Edition 2

This time we’re going to be featuring another group of authors from famous financial blogs in Malaysia!

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Budget 2019: How Income Inequality in Malaysia can Affect You

Updated: 31 October 2018 Income inequality, income gap, income disparity, these are all different words that refer to one simple thing – some people make more money than others. This is a sensitive issue to discuss within society because it involves a person’s salary. But how does the difference in salary matter?

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5 Bad Financial Advice that Makes You Poorer

Have you ever blindly trusted and implemented a piece of financial advice, and faced a negative outcome? Here are some tips to help you sort out the good from the bad, or at least trigger the proceed-with-caution sirens.

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7 Investment Lessons You Should Learn From Successful Investors

Are you planning to invest? Here are some tips from successful investors so that you can apply them when you start to invest your hard-earned money.

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11 Tips To Simplify Your Financial Life

A major part of adulting is gaining control of your finances. The less complicated your financial life is, the more secure you’ll feel and the easier it is to make headway on your financial goals. So where do you start simplifying your money issues? Here are 11 easy tactics to getting your financial life together. […]

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What Is Your Net Worth?

We are sure you have heard of the term ‘net worth’ at least once, especially when Forbes magazine announces their Richest List disclosing net worth of the world’s billionaires. The interesting thing is, regular people like you and I have net worth too! And you should know your net worth as it’s a snapshot of your financial […]

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Top Five Banks in Malaysia You Can Invest In

We all have at least a bank account for basic savings, loans and credit cards. But do you know that you can be a shareholder in these banks? If you are interested in investing in local banks, we have screened the top five banks in Malaysia with the help of Bursa Market Place for you.

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How Millennials Can Start Investing From As Low As RM100

Updated on Jan 27 2018 With the average starting salary for fresh graduates in Malaysia ranging between RM2,300 to RM2,500 combined with the rising cost of living, it comes as no surprise that there is a huge percentage of Gen Y who are now stuck in a rat race. Research studies by Malaysian Digest have […]

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Cryptocurrency Explained! A Definitive Guide For Malaysians

Everyone is talking about cryptocurrency. It’s been making headlines and many are jumping on the bandwagon, but what is it really? Can you really make money from it? Is it safe? CompareHero.my talked to various financial experts to get the lowdown on cryptocurrencies.

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How To Make More Money With P2P In 2018

Peer-to-peer investing could be THE new year financial resolution that will give your investment portfolio a boost and deliver quick returns, without the need to go on a financial crash diet. Intrigued? We break it down for you here.

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Should I Invest in Bitcoin and Will I Make Money? [UPDATED]

It seems like the once foreign digital currency, or cryptocurrency is now becoming a familiar investment alternative for investors in Malaysia. Cryptocurrency, also known as digital currency, is not new and has been available in the market for some time. Over 150 companies globally now accept this currency in exchange for good and services and […]

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Personal Loan Guide: Money Management

What is the difference between a personal loan and other financing products?

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Got RM10,000? Here Is How You Can Turn It Into RM100,000!

Malaysians often use the term ‘first bucket of gold’ when saving money, which means your first RM100,000 or even more. With inflation, it is harder for us to save money today but it is possible. For those who have saved their first RM10,000 or above, here is how you can grow your wealth withthat money.

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How to Use the Price-to-earnings Ratio

Have you ever wondered how professional investors pick their stocks? For most people, investing in the stock market is a scary and daunting venture. We have all heard stories before about people who lost all their savings by making stock investments that seemed like great opportunities at first but later turned out to be costing […]

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Budget 101: How to Create a Personal Balance Sheet

Welcome to Part 2 of our ongoing series on personal financial statements. If you have read the first part of this series you should now have a solid understanding of what an income statement is, how it is created and how it can benefit you.

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Budget 101: How to Make a Personal Income Statement

Many of us know that it is smart to keep track of our finances and have insight into how and where we are spending our money, but how many of us actually do it? Where do you start? Over the course of this series, we will introduce you to a few straightforward financial concepts that […]

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Investing for Dividends in Malaysia

Today, let us turn our attention to the magical stream of ‘free’ income that companies pay you just for owning their stocks – Dividends.

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8 Valentines Dining Deals To Suit Your Budget

Looking for the perfect venue to celebrate your love but don’t know where to take your date for Valentine’s Day? Don’t worry, no matter what your budget is, we’ve got you covered.

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Read This Before You Buy a Car This Year

Now might be a good time to buy a car, especially with the car price wars taking place as each manufacturer bids for your attention. With Chinese New Year around the corner, car manufacturers in Malaysia are apparently battling it out with many of them offering Ang Pow deals and discounts to entice buyers. Learn […]

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