Top Reads this Week (17 March)


Rounding up the top reads from around the web, as shared by fellow investors or myself in the Financial Horse Facebook Group.

Nothing happens, then everything happens (Of Dollars and Data)

Investing is boring most of the time, except when it is not.

REITs III: Exchange Rates (Reality Inversion)

Gradual appreciation of the SGD over time is a problem for all investors with forex exposure.

Will I be comfortable withdrawing from principal in early retirement? (Retire in Progress)

One problem with the FIRE movement is that because you’ve been saving your whole life, it’s hard to suddenly switch and start spending in retirement.

How does Kopi Aunti and Uncle make money? How much can they make? (Seedly)

Enjoyed this analysis on how much a kopi auntie, or kopi shop, earns each month.

Cheap Fed liquidity forestalls deleveraging and entices debt (The Integrating Investor)

Interesting argument that low interest rates are here to stay.

Is it worth it to be a famous fund manager anymore? (A Wealth of Common Sense)

Is the era of famous fund managers behind us?

Shared by a reader:

Could an airport REIT finance Singapore’s massive infrastructure ambitions? (Singapore Business Review)

Shared by a reader:

HKEx’s China stock futures to pose competition for SGX (Business Times)

Till next time, Financial Horse, signing out!

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