Sponsored Links

To retire by age 45, start with a plan.

"Is early retirement the right financial choice?" Jim Ellis discusses long-term financial growth strategies. I have blogged a...

Past blog posts now load week by week. The old style created a problem for some as the system would load 50 blog posts each time. Hope the new style is better. Search archives in box below.

Archives

"E-book" by AK

Second "e-book".

Pageviews since Dec'09

Recent Comments

ASSI's Guest bloggers

The world is full of nice people.

Friday, March 7, 2014


I shared this on Facebook earlier:


As I was also filling out a donation form for Singapore Children's Society, I asked readers who are following me on Facebook to make a donation as well, if they can afford to.

See what $10, $25 or $50 can do for needy children:



Yes, just $10 can make a difference to a child's life.

Donate online at:
Singapore Children's Society.

Thank you for your kindness. :)

Related post:
An appeal by AK for funds.

6 comments:

yeh said...

Although I have my own preference charity organisations.
But will still support a bit...

AK71 said...

Hi yeh,

You are big hearted. Thank you. :)

Solace said...

Hi AK,

Yes, will support the cause.

Have been planning to contribute about 3-5% of my yearly dividends from stocks to charity every year.

Know how to earn money and be financial savvy is one thing, but must also have a heart.

If not, will be just slave to money

AK71 said...

Hi Solace,

Yes, have money must also have a heart. Thank you for your kind contribution. :)

sillyinvestor said...

Hi AK,

NOt sure if you support a retail investor movement. I Do, wonder if you can do the same on your blog? I always thought retail investor are taken for granted, and their request seem ok to me. no obligation.

details at
http://sillyinvestor.wordpress.com/2014/03/08/sillyinvestor-support-behappyalwayss-initiative-to-nudge-singholdings-management-for-sharebuyback/

AK71 said...

Hi Mike,

I know someone who is a shareholder of SingHoldings and he has been holding on for a few years, saying that it is undervalued.

Many examples of such undervalued companies in Singapore. Many examples of companies which do not care enough for minority shareholders.

Monthly Popular Posts

 
 
Bloggy Award