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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.

How Investors Can Easily Find Profiitable Companies… Like THIS!

It is a known fact that the notion of investing is to make OUR MONEY make MORE MONEY for us. Although there have been decade-old debates on which is the best or most effective way to do it; whether it’s by capital gain or dividends… local stocks or international stocks… it doesn’t seem like anyone is getting axiomatic answers anytime soon. What IS certain though, it that almost EVERY INVESTOR HAS THE SAME ONE STRUGGLE: …

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Why I Only Buy McDonald’s Burgers but Not Their Stock (And Which Stocks I’ll Look At Instead)

For every consumer product in the world, there is always a brand that is synonymous to that product. Soft drinks make you think of Coca Cola, Fried Chicken make you think of KFC, And baby products make you think of Johnson’s & Johnsons. So naturally, when we say fast food, almost everyone will think of… that’s right… McDonalds! Crispy French Fries, juicy Quarter Pounders, the good ol’ Big Mac and Happy Meals; these and many …

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5 Real Examples – How Protests in Hong Kong Could Bring Investment Opportunities

Delicious foods, expensive real estate, short-getaway destination and capitalism. These and many other descriptive phrases will come up the moment you say Hong Kong. Recently making headlines with their major protests over an extradition bill and storming the government headquarters, it is not the first time they’ve attracted public attention over similar political issues. There is even a petition going around encouraging Hong Kongers to change all their Hong Kong Dollars to U.S. Dollars as …

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Best Online Brokerages for U.S Stocks in Singapore and Malaysia

If there is a time to be looking into the U.S. stock market, it’s probably now. However, a lot of investors, especially in Singapore and Malaysia, are still confused about choosing among the best online brokerage for U.S stocks in Singapore and Malaysia. In the last few months, we have been seeing the stock market react to various events resulting from the ongoing trade war. And while some may argue that it is a dangerous …

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Trade War Investing – Opportunity or Ticking Time Bomb?

Almost a year ago, U.S. implemented its first China-specific tariffs as the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) began collecting 25% tariff on 818 imported Chinese products worth US$34 billion. Of course, nobody realized back then that it was only the beginning of an ever-escalating trade war that would still rage on a year later. Today, after a year’s worth of back and forth tit-for-tat, the trade war shows no sign of ending anytime soon. …

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$1,379 Just to Survive in Singapore? – 8 Basic Principles to Help You Get There

$1,379. Some may find this amount intimidating, while others may be perfectly happy to spend this amount any time of the day. Some may even see it as a lottery number which could turn their luck around. But more importantly, especially for Singaporeans, $1,379 is actually the exact amount a single, elderly person over 65 years, would need on a monthly basis to cover his/her basic needs. This is according to a recent study spearheaded …

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How Huawei’s Blacklisting Could Spell Disaster for Your Investment

“The Tech Cold War Has Begun” – the headline read for an article on Bloomberg a couple of weeks ago. This was following the recent US ban on Huawei Technologies Co and at the same time, barring chipmakers like Qualcolmm Inc., Xilinx Inc. and Broadcom Inc. from supplying to the Chinese tech company. Not surprisingly, this has triggered a wave of panic around the world as users started to worry if their existing Huawei devices …

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Almost Endgame – The Magical Giant Who Survived

Did you know that we very nearly live in a world without Disneyland, Mickey Mouse andDisney Fairytales? That’s right. In the1920s, Disney almost failed when Walt himself filed for bankruptcy after one ofhis main clients filed for bankruptcy. The second stumbling block came when the company filed for bankruptcy for the second timein 1937. However, much like the magic that surrounds the Disney brand, Walt Disney somehow managed to rise from the ashes and turn …

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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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