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Dear Reader,

I guess you are here because you like to win in the game of money and you crave for the elusive financial freedom. Financial freedom is certainly achievable in Singapore despite the high cost of living.

I am in my late 20's but I eat and sleep thinking of how I can achieve financial freedom everyday. My short term goal is to achieve $1,000,000 (assets included) by 35 years old (courtesy of Napolean Hill's Think and Grow Rich). In fact, I recite to myself my goal every now and then. 

When I first began investing, I made many mistakes leading to huge losses in the stock market. These lessons didn't make me give up on investing. Instead, it made me stronger and more eager to learn. My first advise for you is to be patient. Take your time to understand the market and learn how it works. Strike only when the iron is hot.

Financial freedom = Passive Income > Expenses. Always remember that there are two sides to the equation of financial freedom. Beside working on how to improve our passive income through investing, we should never neglect the expenses portion. By striving to improve both side of the equation, we can achieve our financial goals and win in the game of money.

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Financial freedom = Passive Income > Expenses. Always remember that there are two sides to the equation of financial freedom. Beside working on how to improve our passive income through investing, we should never neglect the expenses portion. By striving to improve both side of the equation, we can achieve our financial goals and win in the game of money.

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