Once there was a 25-year old man named Kiko (real name withheld for security reasons) who knows nothing about investing but wanted to earn more apart from his monthly salary. He works as a janitor in a small professional firm in Makati.
One night, while doing his routine after-office cleaning, he noticed that one of the computers was left on by one of their employees who probably went off hurriedly for a Friday night gig. Kiko took the chance to browse the internet. (Yes, Fesbuk!)
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Sorry, I’m not talking about romantic and infatuated love affairs. This is about how distance and the social media played effective roles in building business relationships and serving other people in our recently concluded personal finance and investment literacy seminar held in Singapore.
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You should not invest in the stock market if you don’t want to secure your family’s future.
If you want to be dependent on your children and other people during your retirement years, don’t invest in the stock market.
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