Saturday, February 22, 2014

Top Ten Personal Finance and Investment Blogs in Singapore

I am so happy that my blog. SG Wealth Builder has been featured by DirectAsia.com!
In one of their latest articles, my blog was ranked fifth. Check out the article here.

The author wrote the following:
 Having begun life way back in 2010, this one-man-blog is one of the ‘old guard’ of Singapore finance blogs – but it is still regularly updated with insightful posts on wealth accumulation, investments and money making in general. In fact, this blogger furnished his readers with more posts in 2013 than any other year. Some in-depth information on investing here, and while it may not seem like a blog for beginners at first glance, many younger, less experienced investors do write in for advice and tips.

DirectAsia.com has established itself as one of Singapore's leading online insurers in recent years. The company's mission is to change the face of insurance in Singapore, and to bring the best value insurance policies and customer service to the region. On this aspect, the company's core values are aligned with the philosophy of my blog, SG Wealth Builder. I firmly believe that consumers, or rather investors, should be empowered to make investment decisions based on transparent information. To this, there are certainly areas within the insurance industry that needs to be improved - namely customer service and transparency. Hopefully going forward, the insurance industry in Singapore would be revolutionized and consumers are able to compare and purchase the best value insurance policies online.

I certainly don't see myself as an "old guard" of Singapore finance blogs as there are many other financial blogs that has been around longer than mine. But I feel my blog can add value and provide a different dimension to the local personal finance community, especially to the novice investors. Each of us have different techniques and strategies for accumulating our wealth through years of experience in the market, but the learning curve could be lowered though the sharing of wisdom. And this is what I hope to achieve in this blog: to share and leverage on readers' personal finance experiences.

Magically yours

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