Archive for August, 2014

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August 2014 Review, September Preview

August was a slow and easy month for me. Took time off to chill, reflect and plan for the rest of the year and into next year. The time off also allowed me to get back to trading and spend more time with the family. I guess it was timely too because AKLTG is in […]

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Why More Ignorant Money Is Lost To Less Smart Money

Original article from Shareinvestor.com published on April 27, 2012 This article “Why more ignorant money is lost to less smart money.” by Conrad Alvin Lim was first published in the Apr 2011 – May 2011 Issue of INVEST magazine and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety. The author fills you in on the […]

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My Life, My Trades & My Bowl Of Salad

I love to cook. I love preparing food for my family to eat. And my family loves eating what I cook for them. But there’s more to just cooking than meets the eye. Today, when it is so convenient to order in or “ta pau” or just eat out, why, in my busy schedule do […]

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If You Talk The Talk, Then Walk The Walk

Parent to child; “You must study hard, spend 6 years in primary school, 4 to 5 years in secondary school, 2 to 3 years to get a diploma and another 3 to 4 years to get your degree before you can consider a professional job. Life is not easy and there are no free lunches. […]

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July 2014 Review, August Preview And The Debt Clock

Just like that and July is done and dusted. It was a really busy month and I had a great time. WATMY27 completed their Tutorial on 20 July after two brain-busting weekends. Then on Sunday 27 July, I was at KLCC at the largest book fair I have ever been to. Very impressive. It is […]

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