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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Tuesday, 26 July 2016

One Chart Tells The Whole Story. A Lifetime Of Earned Income after Tax As Salaried Employee, Compounded Saving, and More than 16 yars of Investing Journey.


One Chart that tells the whole story behind a lifetime of earned income after tax as salaried employee for more than 39 years and supplemented by more than 16 years as retail investor in short-term trading and long-term investing in local SGX only.

See the real thing and truth behind wealth building as retail investor; it may not be what we are expecting when we first started investing with lots of self-confidence - COMPOUNDED GROWTH year after year over market cycles of Bulls and Bears.




4 comments:

  1. New Dashboard to track investment journey

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  2. Nice dashboard.

    I think your are more a saver than investor. :)

    Mee too.

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    1. Actually it is forced saving by CPF but at age of 55; then I realized what is there to complain about CPF. Why so many CPF haters out there?

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    2. lol... I also said. I blur blur let the CPF do his job.
      After 25 years, a nice sum indeed.

      However, for those who max out or use high % of OA to pay for mortgage loan, there is little compounding effect for them.

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