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EPAL Series 2 – Investing in Real Estate

EPAL Series 2 – Investing in Real Estate

I started the EPAL Series last year which is a series inspired by the movie “Dumb and Dumber”.  One guy is a clueless but interested investor and the other guy is the EPAL friend (a know it all type who wants to give advice even if he doesn’t know anything about that particular topic).  Last EPAL Series, I touched on investing in Mutual Funds.  This time we will be covering real estate investment. Follow the journey of Peter and John…

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Celebrating Anniversaries of Sorts

Celebrating Anniversaries of Sorts

This month, January 2015, marks my 8 years in Singapore, working as an OFW and in Coke, initially starting with SG Bottler then moving to CPS SG 5 years in CPS SG 3 years of doing investment As I look back (accompanied by sentimental background music), my first 5 years in SG and in my previous working life in the Philippines I was a spender burying myself in credit card debts for consumables.  The only investment I had in the…

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Reflecting on 2014

Reflecting on 2014

Being sick gave me a chance to rest and do some self-reflection.  I realized that I am no superwoman and I need to accept my limitation as a human being.  I also realized that 2014 was a lot of firsts.  Out of 9 firsts, I will share with you the first 4: 1) First time to invest in real estate.  I never imagined myself buying a property (read more in my previous blog http://wengfeliciano.wordpress.com/2014/05/16/finally-i-took-the-plunge/).  Now after making that leap in May,…

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Book Review: It’s Rising Time! – A Book for Women to Achieve their Financial Dreams

Book Review: It’s Rising Time! – A Book for Women to Achieve their Financial Dreams

Kim Kiyosaki’s book “It’s Rising Time!” is a call to action for women to do whatever it takes; in mind, body, emotion and spirit; to reach their financial dreams. If Robert Kiyosaki had the EBSI quadrant (from “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”), Kim featured the Triple-A Triangle, plus a Bonus A, in this book. Aspire – refers to our dreams, ambitions, hopes, wishes and desires in life.  I liked that Kim gave an exercise (p. 33) which gives us a chance…

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