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  • Sign Up Credit Cards, Get Free Money
    I think y'all know me and y'all know my style. If it's not a REAL lobang, I don't anyhow say.Last time got free house I really jio y'all. I don't think anyone took up that offer though. I don't see any of my web traffic coming from Italy.Earlier this month I also let y'all in on the free credit report by CBS through SingSaver. I already had done it myself earlier this year and I am very pleased with my credit score.Well the good folks at SingSaver actually are really nice and they notified me about their Shioktober credit card ... read more
    Source: on 2016-10-22By Cystic
  • Wanna Cuppa : A Secret Garden Cafe That’ll Take You Back To The 1920s in Singapore
    If you’re a fan of The Great Gatsby, you’re going to love Wanna Cuppa. The quaint 1920s inspired cafe is directly across from Clarke Quay Central, on the New Bridge Road side and you can hardly miss their bright signage. I must admit, I didn’t expect their interior and ambience to be so charming as the cafe name gives nothing of that away. There’s definitely a 1920s vibe, with the smooth jazz music in the background and timeless decor throughout, making it a great atmosphere for a good catch up with an old ... read more
    Source: on 2016-10-22By Marissa Mir
  • 17 Best Yishun & Sembawang Eateries: Foodie Secrets Only North-Dwellers know
    Who says there is nothing to eat in the north? Surely there must be something out there otherwise we north-dwellers would have starved…Many good eateries can be found in the north too, and since the area is so big, my humble list will cover areas in Yishun and Sembawang as for now. Hola! So to bring the best out of this, me and my Kaki took one Saturday off to hop around the the northern part of the island. We had eight stops in total and spent less than $25 per person! It was ... read more
    Source: on 2016-10-22By Gwendolyn Lim
  • What Has Index Investing Got To Do With AK-47?
    Nononoooo – not related to THAT AK. Indulge me if you are bored and have a few minutes to spare because I’m inspired by my current erm, annual obligations. I think I figured out why I disliked so many aspects of being a man in green. We Are The Lowest Denominator By nature, such an organization is enormous, and consists of men and women of varying calibre. Whether they are there by choice or not is another story. Naturally, many of the systems in place has to be dumbed down such that even the least capable soldier is able to ... read more
    Source: on 2016-10-22By Kevin L.
  • River Safari’s Safari Boo 2016 – Mermaids, Aliens, Monsters and more!
    Halloween is near and if you are looking for a not too scary Halloween venue to bring your little ones to, look no further than the Singapore River Safari! Halloween invades River Safari River Safari’s annual Safari Boo is back again for the third year and they will be celebrating all things aliens and monsters for trick-or-treat. The Safari Boo mascots Yesterday evening, I brought my son Asher down for the opening night, dressed as a LEGO Nexo Knight. Asher had a great time making friends with other kids in costumes, playing games, interacting with the costumed talents, watching the ... read more
    Source: on 2016-10-22By alvinology
  • Brisbane City Guide – What To See, Do, Eat And Drink
    The capital city of Queensland – or what the locals call the Sunshine State – is a bustling city with pleasant weather all year round. Not to be overshadowed by its glitzy neighbour Gold Coast, the city of Brisbane and its surrounding suburbs have much to offer for the adventurous, the foodies and the family. In this post, we will share with you some of the highlights of Brisbane, and you have your usual Must-Sees, Must-Dos, and Must-Eats. WHAT TO SEE IN BRISBANE SOUTHBANK PARKLANDS There is nowhere as unique as Southbank Parklands. Where else in the world ... read more
    Source: on 2016-10-22By Jeremy Yeo
  • My Lazy Method of Valuating Stocks for Entries using Fundamental Analysis
    Source: InvestopediaThere's many methods of valuation out there as well as many methods of modeling.These usually help us to determine if it is expensive or cheap, in other words, buy or not to buy, and even buy or sell.My method of valuation for entries (I'm still struggling with exits, other than if the stock fundamentals has changed beyond my original expections, cutting losses or trading the counter) is kinda simple (probably even oversimplistic and lazy ^^").It is very similar to a blogger's post here (Thanks XL!).Here's the summarised post if you're lazy to click the link: These are the 3 ... read more
    Source: on 2016-10-22By Azrael
  • Is A Degree or Diploma Necessary?
    There have been a lot of articles lately on the mainstream media which talks about private degrees and local degrees etc.  In the year 2000, only 26% of Singaporean residents between the ages of 25 and 34 are graduates. Now, more than 50% are graduates. However, the problem is not all 50% jobs in the market are for PMETs, which means many are doing a lower skillset job than what they possess. There is another bigger problem with pursuing a diploma or degree. The problem is the world is moving too fast and the skills you learn in your 3-4 years ... read more
    Source: on 2016-10-22By SGYI
  • US Presidential Election on global stocks markets
    This is the video of the third Presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. For videos of the first two debates, you can click on this link here.   [embedded content] The policies of the World’s most Powerful job: the US President will definitely benefit some sectors of the stocks markets while not benefitting others as much. This is only natural, as each US President has his or her own focus as well as take on how to bring US forward and engage the world. Join the emailing list to receive regular Financial and Singapore stocks newsletters too! ... read more
    Source: on 2016-10-21By Tom Tom Tom
    It’s Christmas in 2 months time and Jamie’s Italian will be celebrating the holiday session with a duo of Christmas menu from 28 November to 31 December 2016. They will feature festive Italian classics with a Jamie Oliver twist. So, you can check out the menus at both outlets; Jamie’s Italian Forum and Vivocity. On top of these, they will also be giving back this Christmas, with donations from the proceeds of all kids’ meals going towards helping the Singapore Children’s Society. I was invited for a sneak preview for this Christmas feast sometime back. Here are some of ... read more
    Source: on 2016-10-21By hazelleo
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