A quick plug here for free tickets to Millionaire Teacher Andrew Hallam’s book launch – The Global Expat’s Guide to Investing – on Wednesday, 21st January 2015. He will be speaking between 6:15pm and 8:30pm at Prudential Tower, Level 23, 30 Cecil Street. You can register for his free talk at Eventbrite.
At the time of this post, 36 tickets are still up for grabs. See you there, perhaps?
This is an exclusive event for an opportunity to listen to Andrew, and learn from Andrew himself on how to build and manage a low-cost investment portfolio to allow you to reach your retirement goals. You’ll also have the opportunity to network over drinks and nibbles with other like-minded professionals here in Singapore.
The presentation content are as follows (obtained from event’s page) :
- Setting up your low-cost investment portfolio
- How to re-balance your portfolio over time
- How you can achieve your retirement goals with low-cost investing
- The importance of low-cost investing with an Adviser you trust
Jenny Chiam, Senior Vice President, Head of Securities – Singapore Exchange :
“A good follow up book by Andrew Hallam, extolling the need to be self-reliant in our investing for our retirement. Andrew writes with a clear and logical thought process.”
James Dalziel, Ed.D, Head of East Campus, United World College of South East Asia, Singapore :
“I have purchased a copy of this book for every member of my staff. It should be mandatory reading for any expatriate corporate or educational wellness program!”
Who is Andrew Hallam?
In his own words, “I’m a freelance finance writer, lucky enough to have been nominated as a finalist for two Canadian National Publishing Awards. I’m also the author of Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School, a book explaining how I became a millionaire on a teacher’s salary, while still in my 30s.” On his website, you can find plenty of useful information which would make a good read for novice investors.
Check on Andrew’s interviews on Channel NewsAsia’s program, Money Mind below. Damn, how I wished we had financial literacy classes!