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How John Goh Learned about Investing...and so can you...

Written by Dennis Ng on .

This was what made me very happy last Sunday.
 
This guy being interviewed in Sunday Times said he learned from Robert Kiyosaki and also Dennis Ng!
 
Looks like the time I spent writing articles and to publish this book has not been wasted.
 
 
Q: How did you get interested in investing?

I was in my mid-30s. My friends showed me how to open a trading account to buy stocks. I then started to educate myself on investing, and read many books on it. The books that had a great impact on me included Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki; The ABCs Of Real Estate Investing by Ken McElroy; Automatic Millionaire and Start Late, Finish Rich by David Bach; and Managing Your Personal Finance by Dennis Ng.

click on this link http://www.asiaseminarworkshop.com/101-7.html

Learn how to Master Your Finances from Dennis Ng on 10 April Woodlands Library

Written by Dennis Ng on .

As some of you might know, to help raise Financial Literacy Level in Singapore and the region is my Personal Life Mission, which is why I wrote the First Bilingual Book (has both Chinese and English content) on Personal Finance, entitled "Mastering Your Personal Finance". On 10 April 2010, I'll be conducting a FREE Chinese Talk on 如何做个理财掌门人 at Woodlands Library, details are below:

You can click on this link http://www.AsiaSeminarWorkshop.com/101-7.html to buy my book ¡°Mastering Your Personal Finance¡± at a Special Price of S$15.90, 20% discount from retail price of S$19.90 and S$6 per book sold will be donated to Make-A-Wish Foundation.
 
The book will be mailed (no extra charges) to you in 2 weeks¡¯ time, (address within Singapore only).

Private Property Prices Broke year 2007's Peak Prices...

Written by Dennis Ng on .

On the plus side, prices are estimated to have risen 5.1 per cent in the first quarter, moderating a little from the previous quarter's 7.4 per cent sharp rebound.

But the flash estimates from the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) also confirmed that - other than in the central prime areas - homes are now pricier than during the 2008 peak.

A URA spokesman said private home prices on the city fringes - officially 'the rest of the central region' - are 1.1 per cent above the last peak in 2008's second quarter.

Those in suburban areas or outside the central region areas are a heftier 7.6 per cent higher than levels in that previous peak, he said.

Overall, the URA index is just 1.9 per cent below the 2008 peak - after rising nearly 31 per cent since the third quarter of last year. It is likely to exceed that level as early as the next quarter, property experts predict.