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Best Investment and Personal Finance Blogs & Websites in Singapore (2022)

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Back in December 2018, we wrote a post compiling the Top 10 Investment and Personal Finance Blogs & Websites in Singapore.

With the investing/personal finance space having expanded significantly, I thought this would be a good time to update the list. 

Hopefully, this article will help you find a blog you love…apart from Financial Horse, of course!

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You’ve asked about how best to invest in stocks, from the perspective of a Singapore investor.
 
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This calls for an entire framework to investing.
 
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Investing

The first category are the blogs/websites that primarily focus on investing content. 

The Fifth Person

The Fifth Person is one of the OG blogs, and remains a great source of information on the top companies in Singapore and Malaysia. A staple of their blog are their AGM reports on local companies, like DBS and Singapore Airlines. 

Recommended article: 5 things I learned from the 2021 Singapore Airlines AGM

Investment moats

Kyith of Investment Moats is another OG investment blogger. His articles are in-depth, well-reasoned and span a wide range of topics. He’s helpfully written about his framework for thinking about growing and managing wealth (called Kyith’s Wealthy Formula).

Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned investor, you’ll be able to learn something from his blog. These are well thought out essays you’ll want to read carefully and spend time digesting. If you’re looking to build a strong financial foundation, this is a great place to start.

Recommend article: How to Get Rich (Realistically) and Stay Wealthy

Dr Wealth

Dr Wealth is another popular go-to site for investing content. The blog covers stocks, ETFs, bonds etc., including timely coverage of China stocks. They also do interesting case studies such as which Singapore supermarket stock to invest in? They even have an App!

Recommended article: 5 stocks that may benefit from China’s policies

Mr IPO

Mr IPO is the de facto blog to go to when deciding whether to subscribe for an IPO. His articles are well-researched and informative. 

From his blog, Mr. IPO graduated from NTU with a Bachelor in Accountancy (Honors) and started life as an auditor. The audit experience not only polished up his accounting skills but also made him very skeptical about the financial records of companies. He always read the financial reports with a huge dose of salt.

Recommended article: IPO-ing 101: How to apply for IPO shares

ProButterfly

Tam Ging Wien, the person behind Probutterfly, is a published author on REITs. So it’s no surprise that he has great insights into the asset class. 

Recommended article: US Office Sector Focused S-REITs – A Peer Comparison

Financial Horse 

Cheeky add, but well we are an investing blog! Financial Horse was started to de-mystify investments. Here at Financial Horse, we blog regularly on stocks analysis, REITs, IPOs and macro-analysis. 

Recommended articles to check out:

How to invest $100k in Singapore right now

Top 5 Small/Mid-Cap REITs to buy in Singapore

Top 5 High Yield Dividend Stocks to buy in Singapore

Why I bought a Second Condo in Singapore: Property Market 2021

Personal finance

The next category are personal finance blogs. These blogs/websites tend to cover a wide range of money-related topics, and often times include their personal journeys towards financial freedom. 

The Woke Salaryman

The Woke Salaryman is probably very familiar to those of you interested in personal finance. The Woke Salaryman brings a no-holds barred approach to saving, investing and early retirement, as well as hot takes on social issues in Singapore. 

Recommended article: I was jealous that my friend had more money than me

Check out FH’s interview with the founders of TWS:

Turtle Investor

At age 37, Turtle Investor hit CPF Full Retirement Sum (FRS) of $176,000 on the last day of 2019, twelve years after graduating from university.

Turtle Investor regularly publishes reports tracking his income (Central Provident Fundalternative incomenet worthKrisFlyer miles) which are useful & motivational reads for people who are looking to go on a FIRE journey. His DINK (Dual Income, No Kids) lifestyle is also something that many millenials are increasingly considering. 

Turtle Investor is a big fan of index investing, relying on strategies like the Boglehead three-fund portfolio and robo-advisors like Autowealth and Syfe to manage his wealth. He has also expanded into articles on crypto which are pretty interesting as well.

Recommended article: Blueprint for Financial Freedom

FIRE Path Lion

As the name suggests, FIRE Path Lion’s blog is laser-focused on one topic – Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE). FIRE-Path Lion is a Singapore PR in his mid 30s working in the finance industry. He is married with no kids, and an avid gamer. He is working hard towards achieving Financial Independence before 45. 

FIRE Path Lion teaches you everything you need about FIRE, with a page that walks you through all the crucial concepts. Although FIRE is popular topic all around the world, the blog stands out for being able to explain it in a Singaporean context.

Recommended article: My FIRE Path: 2021 Mid Year Update – Blowing past my year-end goal & hitting 50% FI

SG Budget Babe

From her blog, Budget Babe is an ordinary lady striving to achieve financial freedom in Singapore before the age of 45. She is always looking for cost-effective ways to live a fulfilling life in amidst Singapore’s rising costs, and writes in order to empower fellow Singaporeans on taking charge of their own lives and finances. 

Budget Babe is a mom of 2 kids. In addition to her articles on budgeting and personal finance, she also writes on family-focused topics like investing for your children. Definitely a blog to follow if you’re in a similar stage of life.

Recommended article: Which is the BEST Child Development Account (CDA) to Open?

Jeraldine Phneah

Career development is an under-discussed topic by investing and personal finance blogs. For young adults, growing their income is a crucial step towards building up the capital needed to start investing. As an ex-Salesforce account executive, Jeraldine Phneah has plenty of good advice on building and balancing your career, while prudently managing your money as a millenial.

Recommended article: How I manage my monthly salary (as a Millennial in Singapore)

Heartland Boy

 

Heartland Boy writes about a mix of personal finance and investment. His articles are well-researched, and his candour and honesty is refreshing.

From his blog, Heartland Boy began when Heartland Girl discovered, much to her horror, that Heartland Boy had zero savings upon graduating from university in 2013. Forced to choose between Heartland Girl and his branded accessories, Heartland Boy began to increase his net worth to prove that he can be depended upon to build a strong financial foundation for his family. In 2016, he started this blog while pounding the streets of Jakarta. Today, he is still running down the streets in Singapore, chasing after his toddler and getting chased by Heartland Girl.

Recommended article: Biggest Money Mistakes I Made when I was a Young Adult

Dollars and Sense

Dollars and Sense covers a huge range of articles, from CPF, credit cards, travel, property to career advice and lifestyle articles. The articles are written in an accessible style, which makes for excellent light reading. They also update very frequently, which makes it a great regular read. 

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Seedly

Seedly is the king of personal finance content for a Millennial/Gen Z audience. They do a great job of creating informative and engaging content. Their writers cover a range of topics such as investing, banking, loans, insurance, property and lifestyle. All of Seedly’s content is presented in an engaging manner, with useful infographics. 

I particularly enjoy their more personal content, such as their budgeting articles catered for Singaporeans, life hacks series, topics concerning Singaporean households, and Opinions articles.

They also have a strong community where you can pose questions and get answers from fellow Singaporeans. 

Recommended article: Ultimate Personal Finance Guide for Fresh Grads

MoneySmart

MoneySmart is another great website to learn about personal finance. Their site helps users compare across a wide range of financial products, such as credit cards, insurance and loans. They are great at identifying the “best” in every category, whether you’re looking for the best cash back credit card or the best high-yield savings account.

Recommended article: How to Pick the Best Home Loan for Your Property in Singapore

Any blogs/websites that we’ve missed out? Let us know in the comments below!

*Launch of the Stocks MasterClass!*

A lot of you have reached out to ask how to invest in growth stocks, how to allocate between US / China / Singapore, how to position size, when to buy growth stocks vs dividend stocks etc.
 
You’ve asked about how best to invest in stocks, from the perspective of a Singapore investor.
 
Now I try my best – but this is something more than what can be shared in my weekly articles.
 
This calls for an entire framework to investing.
 
Been working on this the past 18 months – Launch of the Stocks MasterClass! 🤩🤩🤩
 
Find out more here!
 
 

 

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    • Haha you’re too kind Kyith. Definitely still one of the top Singapore blogs IMO. Btw great content from Investment Moats recently, loved the one about optionality/volatility in one’s career path.

  1. Thanks! Let us know what other kinds of information you’d like to see and we’ll try to add it in the future. Best of luck!

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