I don’t know if we’re on the verge of recession. We can’t ever predict such things to happen. Just when the stock market is doing rather well this year (at time of writing, STI ETF time-weighted returns are at 8.32%!), I have also received a few pieces of bad news from a bunch of friends and colleagues.
If you’re in a similar industry with me, then you’ll know about the ongoing retrenchments around a few MNCs in Singapore. So far, I’ve personally known 3 friends who are affected by this this year, and they are only in their early 30s and 40s. Continue reading “The Value In You and Me”
I’ve got great vibes for blogging at the end of the year. It has been the 3rd year since I’ve been tracking my financial health, and the 3rd year’s always a charm. I guess it has become more significant now what style of investing I am more comfortable with, which is why I decided to start the year-end blog posts with my passive income. I’ll give the readers a little headstart at Miss Niao before they scout around at other financial bloggers and check out how they are doing. And well, because the passive income part of my portfolio is more predictable in terms of numbers, rather than something like my expenses that varies every month.
So I was scouring through my past blogs and it took me like 5 seconds to find my FY2019 goals. Hmm, I wonder why that was so. :p Anyway, just a recap. Continue reading “My Passive Income for 2019 – Portfolio Dividend Yields!”