If you are looking for tips on how to grow the first RM10,000 or more in your savings, here are the seven smart ways you can invest and grow it. Read this article to find out. What would you do if you had RM10,000 in your savings right now? Some may splurge it on themselves […]
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As we have already seen inflation can be a tricky monster. When looking at interest, there is a nominal interest rate and a real interest rate. And then, there is also the effective interest rate, at which we will have a closer look at.
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
Today, let us turn our attention to the magical stream of ‘free’ income that companies pay you just for owning their stocks – Dividends.
Do you buy gold jewellery because you want to? Or because you think it will make as good of an investment as buying paper or physical gold?
A unit trust is one of the well-accepted investment alternatives in Malaysia due to its flexibility and passive involvement required, compared to stocks. If you are looking to start your investment in unit trust without paying too much, try doing it on your own instead. But first, here are some basic things you need to […]
Now that you know the 5 basic steps to start investing in the stock market, it’s time to dig a little deeper and learn how to evaluate stocks to improve your investment decision.