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Ong Kai Kiat

Ong Kai Kiat is a finance enthusiast who believes that financial literacy is a fundamental life skill in today's world. Finance is basically about the interchange of money and assets. Money is liquid and short-term while assets are relatively illiquid and long-term. Kai Kiat believes that after covering for his short-term needs, a wise investor would prepare for his long-term financial needs in old age. Here at The Motley Fool Singapore, Kai Kiat aims to provide ideas for investors to consider for their accumulation of assets. That said, it is important to note that ideas are just ideas. Ideas requires further due diligence and implementation for it to be worth the paper which it is written on.

How Insurance Companies Are Exposed To Singapore’s Healthcare Market

Many studies have forecast growth for Singapore's healthcare market. Healthcare services providers are not the only companies exposed to the trend. More »

How Great Eastern Holding Limited Pays Its CEO & Directors

Is Great Eastern Holdings Limited (SGX:G07) paying its leaders in a manner that reflects its business performance? More »

Can Driverless Cars Actually Affect CapitaLand Limited?

Real estate companies such as CapitaLand Limited (SGX:C31) could also be affected by the possible rise of driverless cars. More »

3 Things Investors May Not Know About Perennial Real Estate Holdings Limited

What do you know about Perennial Real Estate Holdings Limited's (SGX:40S) growth-market, major shareholder, and funding sources? More »

The Future Impact of Driverless Cars on Taxi Operators

There are many companies hoping to introduce driverless cars to the world over the next few years. How might this affect taxi companies in... More »

The Impacts Of The Bank Of Japan’s Policy Reversal On Banks and Insurers

Japan's central bank had recently made a big change to its monetary policy. How might this affect financial institutions in Singapore? More »

The Singapore Link To China’s Latest Debt Concerns

An international financial watchdog has warned that China has a debt problem that raises the risk of a crisis occurring over the next 3... More »

Grab’s US$750 Million Funding: Implications For Singapore Stock Market Investors

Ride-hailing company Grab has received big money from investors. This could have implications for some Singapore-listed stocks. More »

The Federal Reserve Has Kept Interest Rates In The US Unchanged: What Investors Should Know

The lowdown on the US Federal Reserve's latest decision on interest rates. More »

Global Logistic Properties Ltd’s Results Could Give Us Clues On The Performance Of The US Economy

Global Logistic Properties Ltd (SGX:MC0) has significant logistical operations in the US. So, it can help investors understand what's happening to the US economy. More »

Form Your Own Interest Rate Views After Knowing These 10 Federal Reserve Leaders

Get to know the leaders within the Federal Reserve who set interest rates in the US. More »

The Federal Reserve’s Leaders On The Case For And Against Raising Interest Rates

The US central bank will soon meet to decide what to do with interest rates there and leaders of the bank have different thoughts... More »

Long Forgotten ‘Cash All Gone’ Project Set To Join The Oil Market Soon

The Kashagan ("Cash All Gone") oilfield has suffered through numerous problems over the years but seems likely to start producing oil for real, soon. More »

How Are Yield-Seeking Investors Dealing With The Low Interest Rate Environment?

Utilities stocks in the US are popular with investors seeking yield, but it's not the same in Singapore. More »