Yen Hung Chua

I became an advocate of money management and value investing at the age of 27 for a simple reason. Money management, investing and MOST IMPORTANTLY, emotional stability – was never something that was taught in school. We end up a bunch of workers who are taught to only work for money but not the other way around, and to treat investing like a game of chance. And it was time to change that. Being with WealthPark, not only do I have the opportunity the spread the money-consciousness further and wider, but the platform on its own, is also wickedly useful for anyone who wants to invest in stocks.

Top 5 Ways Super Moms Are Also Super Investors

Open up any of your social media page for the past week and you would’ve seen an outpour of social media posts and advertisements for Mother’s Day. Known for their abilities to juggle 10 tasks at one time, find missing items that no one in the household could, and make unforgettably delicious foods we would spend our adult lives recreating, it seems like there is almost nothing that a mom can’t do for her family; …

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Keep Your Dividends Coming with WealthPark!

Late last year, you might have seen our article on the 3 Important Rules for Dividend Stocks, where we pointed out the 3 things you should be looking at if you would like to invest in dividend stocks. Those 3 things were: Free Cash Flow Dividend Pay-out History Dividend Yield While these criteria are applicable to most dividend-issuing companies around the world, investors in Singapore have been blessed for years now with a much more …

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