Funding Societies Year End Promotion – 50% Service Fee Off

It’s the festive season and we’re in the spirit of giving.  Enjoy up to 50% off service fees when you invest a collective amount of RM5,000 and above in deals from 13 Dec to 27 Dec 2017. Collective Investment Amount   Service Fee  Below RM5,000 Normal RM5,000 – RM9,999 30% Off RM10,000 and …

6 Reasons to Invest in Peer-To-Peer Financing

6 Reasons to Invest in Peer-To-Peer Financing

If you own a small, growing enterprise, getting funding from your peers through peer-to-peer (P2P) financing can be a great substitute to applying for bank funds. On the other hand, if you are an investor, P2P financing can be a great way to earn returns while helping out SMEs. The …

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8 Principles of Investing for Beginners and Beyond

8 Principles of Investing for Beginners and Beyond

To start, there are no investment hacks and shortcuts. Investing requires time, research, and maintenance. Effort? Depends on the instrument. Stocks, for instance, would need more vigilance than bonds, which is mostly a ‘buy and wait for maturity’ affair. Overall, however, there are no instafix to get you high investment …

Types of Investments Available

If it is long-term financial security you are after, you will have to start investing – and better sooner than later. In this post, we will focus on the types of investments available. Major instruments include: Fixed deposits A fixed deposit is a bank deposit with (i) a higher interest …

How Crowdfunding Is Making the World a Better Place

Let us begin by telling you a tale. Once upon a time, in the not-so-distant past (2008, to be precise), a young writer started a crowdfunding experiment called The Omikuji Project. She needed earnings to supplement her household income between novels and wanted to thank those supporting her budding career. …

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How to Identify Money Games from Credible Investment Platforms

Money game operators are having a big moment in the local media these days, though most of us would rather they disappear. Notable schemes such as MBI Group and JJ Poor to Rich (JJPTR) dominated recent news. The Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives, and Consumerism recently froze RM 177 million …