The Weekly Nibble: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

Here are some of the most interesting articles that have appeared in the Motley Fool Singapore’s website over the past week. Let’s check ‘em out!

1. 5 Simple Steps To Becoming A Millionaire

In this article, my Foolish colleague, Stanley Lim, tells us five easy steps to generate a million dollars and more. The steps may look easy, but they require lots of discipline for us to get to the desired state and sustain it. Having said that, if there’s a will, nothing is impossible.

2. When Will The Next Global Financial Crisis Strike?

It has been around 10 years since the last financial crisis struck. From its peak in 2007 to a low in early 2009, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) had plunged more than 50% during the downturn.

To bring the economy back on track, central banks started slashing interest rates aggressively and this helped to prop up the economy. However, the move has also caused money to slosh around, inflating asset prices.

Peter Stephens feels that the loose monetary policy undertaken by a number of major economies may bring about the next financial crisis. Jump into the article to find out more.

3. 3 Investing Principles From Legendary Investor Peter Lynch

Peter Lynch was a money manager who averaged a 29% annualised returns during his 13 years in the profession. In his article, Jeremy Chia looks at three principles from Lynch’s book, One up on Wall Street, that investors can learn from and apply to their investment framework.

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The information provided is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be personalised investment or financial advice. Motley Fool Singapore contributor Sudhan P doesn’t own shares in any companies mentioned.