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PEOPLE pay financial advisers thousands of dollars a year to pick investments, rebalance portfolios, adjust risk levels and minimise taxes.

THE rich, as The Great Gatsby author F Scott Fitzgerald put eloquently in one of his short stories, are different from you and me.

LAST year was a great year for Japanese equities. Investors returned to the world's third-largest economy on a wave of euphoria surrounding Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's bold ambition to drag...

FOR a long time, developed market equities led the equity market bull run. The US market led the way first, driven by the clear recovery in its economy, with strong job creation, the benefits of...

ONE of the regular messages from this column on managing one's personal finances is to track one's expenses religiously...

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