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Finance and Toast: First Portfolio Review

Finance and Toast: First Portfolio Review

I am proud to present the first series of Finance and Toast’s portfolio review! It is an exciting topic for me as I share what my holdings are like and at the same time bounce investment/portfolio management ideas with people. I struggled internally for a […]

The Gym Pod Review: Save Money on Exorbitant Gym Membership Fees

The Gym Pod Review: Save Money on Exorbitant Gym Membership Fees

If you’re like me, unwilling to pay exorbitant gym membership fees just to get a good workout, then The Gym Pod may be the right gym for you. Dubbed as South East Asia’s first 24-hour smart container gym with affordable pricing and no monthly membership […]

What the young are really thinking of when it comes to career these days

What the young are really thinking of when it comes to career these days

When it comes to career, there are a lot of considerations whether one will stay in a job for long or not. These days, it’s no longer the case where the young will stay in a job for 20 years, just like how their parents […]

Why taking a real estate course is one of the best decisions of my life

Why taking a real estate course is one of the best decisions of my life

At some point in our lives, we all have to buy a home to live in. Buying a home can be a stressful process given that it will be one of the biggest purchase of your life. Hence, the more you understand about real estate, […]

Why getting your hands on a Rolex sports watch is as good as striking a lottery

Why getting your hands on a Rolex sports watch is as good as striking a lottery

Today, 1 September 2020, Rolex introduced a series of new watches which was highly anticipated all around the world. Watch magazines like Hodinkee, Revolution, Worn & Wound, were the first to cover this series and I’m sure this brought a lot of joy to watch […]

Goals to hit before reaching 30

Goals to hit before reaching 30

2020 has been a rather eventful year for me. I remember in January, I was looking forward to the rest of the year with travel places in mind. Never did I know that the world will be hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. That said, it […]

Tips to improve public speaking so as to boost your career value

Tips to improve public speaking so as to boost your career value

Not everyone is naturally gifted in public speaking. Steve Jobs, Warren Buffett, and the other Ted Talk speakers that you see on YouTube? They put in lots of hard work behind the scenes before it comes as natural to them. However, eloquence can be improved […]

Life skill: How to say no more often even if it feels uncomfortable

Life skill: How to say no more often even if it feels uncomfortable

Learning how to say “no” can be a terrifying thing especially when you have been so used to saying “yes” your whole life. However, the better you are at saying “no” to things you don’t want to do, the more time you have for yourself. […]

How to conduct an effective behavioural interview for candidates

How to conduct an effective behavioural interview for candidates

At some point or another, we will all have to interview candidates as we climb up the corporate ladder. Having a new joiner which fits into your company’s values, philosophy, and team dynamics can take results to the next level. On the flip side, having […]

Day in the life of a fund of hedge funds portfolio manager at an asset management firm

Day in the life of a fund of hedge funds portfolio manager at an asset management firm

Today we have another series of: A day in the life of a Fund of Hedge Funds Portfolio Manager at an asset management firm. We have previously published two day in the life series here and here, which you can check it out. Hopefully, it […]