As from April 2013 my Journey in Investing is to create Retirement Income for Life till 80 years old for two over market cycles of Bull and Bear.

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"The market is not your mother. It consists of tough men and women who look for ways to take money away from you instead of pouring milk into your mouth." - Dr. Alexander Elder

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Thursday, 22 May 2014

Book : Live Better, Live Longer


CW8888: Good news for coffee addicts like Uncle8888 who drinks a few cups one day. His liver is quite safe!


Every day, you hear about new medical studies touted as the “next big thing that will save your life.” But how can you tell which claims are real and which are bogus? Live Better, Live Longer gives you the answers.
 
Live Better, Live Longer explains the latest research to provide you with the most accurate medical information. You will learn about the right diet, the best cancer-screening methods, the incredible power of coffee to prevent disease, the real value of vitamins and supplements, the truth about the dangers of cell phones, the facts behind vaccinations, and the scientific information you and your family need to lead a happier and healthier life.
 
 


























4 comments:

  1. Eh?

    Somebody concerned with mortality issues?

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    1. Poor health top retirement concern in Singapore: Manulife

      By Jacquelyn Cheok

      DETERIORATING health is the top retirement concern for Singapore investors, followed by healthcare affordability, according to a latest survey by Manulife.

      Close to three quarters of respondents indicated their health would likely deteriorate after they retire, while 55 per cent of them said healthcare would become unaffordable.

      The inability to maintain standards of living, the challenge of having to financially support their parents, and the possibility of running out of money were some of their other cited concerns.

      While three in four Singapore investors consider themselves to be fairly healthy, on average they expect recurring long-term healthcare expenses to set in from about the age of 59. But the research also showed that they recognize the health issues ahead and are taking steps in order to be prepared.

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    2. LOL!

      OK, CW you win!

      Always like to throw the book at me :(


      I would have accepted a simpler answer: "I got money scared no life to spend can?"

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    3. :-) We are investors. Right?


      While three in four Singapore investors consider themselves to be fairly healthy, on average they expect recurring long-term healthcare expenses to set in from about the age of 59. But the research also showed that they recognize the health issues ahead and are taking steps in order to be prepared.

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