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  • What investors need to know?
    I have been saying that Singapore stocks markets is a price-taker whereas the larger overseas markets especially the US markets are the price-makers, shaping the Singapore stocks markets. For clues on how the local markets will perform for a given day, just take a look at the performance of the overseas US markets. Local investors are always looking for clues of how the local stocks markets will perform next, hence it is useful to note how US markets have been doing. US Nasdaq has been reaching highs and while some say this is due to bullishness and continued confidence ... read more
    Source: http://singapore-stocks-investing.blogspot.com/Published on 2016-08-23By Tom Tom Tom
  • A Makassan Weekend Retreat
    Aug 24, 2016 Asia 361 - all travel, - Indonesia, featured 0 Makassar, founded in 1607 is the bustling capital of South Sulawesi. It’s a jump off point for a smattering of dreamy, sand fringed islands just off the coast of the port city. The city also plays host to interesting sites and tales of Indonesia’s history. Those more in tune to the offerings of a modern city, there are international franchises like Sushi Teh and Black Canyon Coffee, as well as indigenous cuisine options that are renowned ... read more
    Source: https://alvinology.com/Published on 2016-08-23By Asia 361
  • The Future of T.U.B Investing
    Sorry for the late post as I have been busy with work.2nd Sharing Session with T.U.B has just been completed last Saturday and it has been fruitful, even for myself. At the end of each session, I always update the attendees with what T.U.B Investing intends to do in future. So now, I guess it is time for me to update the readers as well. 1. Blogging, Blogging, Blogging.Yes. Despite the setup of the sharing session, I will still make time to write new posts for the readers. This is the birth place of T.U.B Investing and it will stay ... read more
    Source: http://tubinvesting.blogspot.com/Published on 2016-08-23By The Unique Bunch (T.U.B)
  • [THAILAND TRAVELS] PALACE OF LOVE & HOPE | HUA HIN (Maruekhathaiyawan Palace)
    Other Attraction Places in Hua Hin to explore:Hua Hin Railway Station & ViewpointWat Huay Mongkol- The Giant Luang Por Thuad Statue Hua Hin Hills VineyardCicada MarketPlearnwan Hua Hin (Eco Vintage Market)Khao Luang Cave Palace of Love & Hope is located on Bang Kra Beach between Cha-am and Hua Hin. Maruekhathaiyawan Palace is approximately 15km north from Hua Hin Town. The palace is one of the most beautiful royal palaces in Thailand.Thus, we decided to check out the place which is situated within Rama VI military camp. There is an admission fee of 30 baht required and additional fee is required ... read more
    Source: http://hazeldiary.com/Published on 2016-08-23By hazelleo
  • Wongamania (Banana Economy) – Review
    This wasn’t the first time I had played the game as I previously had played the original version and loved the game. I was expecting the revised version to be better and a lot more challenging and it did not disappoint.  For those who are not familiar with the game, Wongamania is a financial board game that are played in a fun manner where one player can pit against another in the game to collect as much assets as possible and receive passive income from every turn of the game (depending on where ... read more
    Source: http://foreverfinancialfreedom.blogspot.com/Published on 2016-08-23By B
  • Pokemon GO Promotions & Discounts in Singapore
    Pokemon Trainers in Singapore are still going around to catch em all, and enterprising malls and business have found ways to LURE them in, other than using the actual LURE. Foot traffic will improve, but are these Pokemon players actually buying and eating? When a good proportion of cafes and restaurants in Singapore are Pokéstops or have nearby Pokéstops, players may just stop for some coffee and food to restock on items such as Pokéballs and Pokémon eggs. (Possible IP right issues aside…) Here are what some businesses in Singapore ... read more
    Source: http://danielfooddiary.com/Published on 2016-08-23By admin
  • Usana MySmartShake – Personalised protein shake that helps to manage my weight!
    Do you know that our body actually requires FATS? Yes, fats actually provide nutrition that is essential for: - Brain and other vital organ function - Metabolism - Hormone health - Healthy skin, eyes, and bones - Reproductive health NO, DON'T OPEN THAT PACKET OF CHIPS JUST YET.  There is actually this thing called BAD FATS and GOOD FATS. Bad fats (usually from processed food and those goddamn potato chips) can cause obesity, heart diseases and diabetes.  Good fats (from coconut, palm and seasame oils, fish and beef) ... read more
    Source: http://www.talkingevilbean.com/Published on 2016-08-23By Joey Ching How
  • TOKYO ใŠๅ‹งใ‚ (Part 1/3)
    Aug 23, 2016 Alexander Craker Uncategorized 0 THE VERY BEST OF TOKYO – RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TRAVELLERS  (Part 1/3) GENERAL INFORMATION Be warned, Japan may change you. Tokyo travellers! How daunting is the prospect of getting lost in a city of 38 million souls? A network of spidery streets sprawling through layers of restaurants, shops, hotels, karaoke bars and office buildings! And places with names that sound like syllables glued together by a four-year old. But do not despair for the ultimate Tokyo guide is here to take you by the ... read more
    Source: https://alvinology.com/Published on 2016-08-23By Alexander Craker
  • 3 Bad Money Habits Singaporean Millennials Have Inherited From Their Parents
    Enough of all that Millennial bashing already. Sure, we may have been born into a prosperous society, and never had to live through a war or experience life without electricity and the MRT. But Millennials were born just a few decades too late to be able to reap the immense gains to be had from buying a cheap home and then holding on to it till Singapore became wealthy. We know only a world that’s been competitive, stressful and materialistic from the get-go. We’ve never really experienced that kampong spirit the older folks are always going on about. So it’s ... read more
    Source: http://blog.moneysmart.sg/Published on 2016-08-23By Joanne Poh
  • AVA Recalls Chun Cui He Milk Tea Due To Food Safety Risks
    Chun Cui He milk teas from Taiwan have been driving Singaporeans crazy, and they have always been swiped off the shelves, despite being already around for a little more than a month. However, in a press statement released today, the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) have just announced that the famed milk teas will be recalled, as there is a food additive within the drink that is not permitted by Singapore standards. The milk tea contains L-thenanine, an ingredient that is currently not on the list of permitted food additives under the ... read more
    Source: http://www.ladyironchef.com/Published on 2016-08-23By Jolaine Chua
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