Top Reads this Week (3 Feb)


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

Totally illogical to suggest CPF payout term of 28 years where there is no one to receive balance payout (The Online Citizen)

Following up on this week’s article on CPF, here’s another story that illustrates some potential issues with CPF.

The Single Greatest Error (The Irrelevant Investor)

You can get everything about a stock right, but if you get the price wrong, you’ll still lose money.

Investors, we need to talk about your cash (MorningStar)

Pretty good article on how much cash to hold as am investor.

5G: if you build it, we will fill it (Ben-Evans)

Sound reality check on what 5g can and cannot do.

Shared by a reader:

Singapore’s Top 10 Dividend Shares Among the World’s Best (Motley Fool / Seedly)

Shared by a reader:

Singapore is helping to build a city in China for up to 500,000 people (CNBC)

Shared by a reader:

Broker’s take: KGI downgrades Keppel Corp to ‘hold’ on challenging outlook (Business Times)

Once a Caver, always a Caver (The Macro Tourist)

Given that this was written before Powell’s cave in to the markets last night, it looks remarkably prescient. Now that they’ve caved though (no more hikes this year, possible end to QT), what are the implications for the markets?

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