THE question about the stock market is whether the bull is a bubble. The 1990s' "tech bubble" and the recent "housing bubble" have conditioned Americans to think that almost any sign of investor craziness is going to end badly - and the stock market seems a bit crazy.
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HOWARD Tam applies a simple rule of thumb when deciding whether to buy art: "I categorise art into three baskets - oh, oh my and oh my god. The oh my god is the top tier.
IT'S tough being the middle child - you're too young to have any control over the other siblings and too old to be spoilt by your parents. Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug - the middle chapter of his big-screen adaptation of JRR Tolkien's The Hobbit - finds itself in a similar predicament as it's sandwiched between last year's An Unexpected Journey and next year's concluding episode There and Back Again.
AMERICAN Idol winner Kelly Clarkson's Wrapped in Red is so poppy it's almost a waste to just play it over the Christmas period.
SHORT-TERM thinking, resulting in piecemeal big-data projects being rolled out, and an organisational culture that results in a lack of communication between departments...
NAVIGATING the world of finance can be a minefield. Chances are you will get fooled at least once in your life by dodgy marketing. Greed is inherent in human nature, and...
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Observers say taxes may be raised in the next couple of years - with more falling on the wealthier - to ensure that the long-term healthcare, housing and infrastructure initiatives announced by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his National Day Rally can be paid for.