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Coronavirus map links

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The Coronavirus now known as Covid-19 has dominated the news here in Asia for more than a month so far, and only this week seems to be taken more seriously by US and European financial markets. One site I have found myself checking frequently for updates on cases and contagion is this map by Johns […]

Vanguard Personal Pension Launches in the UK – Best Low-Cost SIPP Provider?

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After much anticipation, I was pleased to notice that Vanguard has finally launched the much awaited Vanguard Personal Pension solution in the UK. This seems to be one of the lowest cost platforms for UK self-invested personal pension (SIPP) plans from the namesake leader in low-cost, world-class index investing. I should add the reminder to […]

Dividends vs Buybacks Since 1982

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Although I have long considered myself a fan of “dividend investing”, I am just as aware that not all dividend dollars are equal in quality, and so often look at “dividend alternatives” as part of the “total shareholder yield” picture. “Total Shareholder Yield” often refers to the sum of ways profitable companies can return cash […]

Singapore ETFs 101 Webinar on March 9th

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The global market for exchange traded funds (ETFs) recently surpassed US$6 trillion, largely due to more retirement plans and advisers seeing ETFs as one of the lowest cost and most scalable ways to invest in global markets. In this webinar with Singapore Exchange and SGX Academy, GFM’s Tariq Dennison explains how the Singapore listed ETF […]