Dr Wealth got featured on E27, one of the leading technology news site!
Here are some excerpts about us that are really great.
Here's our mistakes. Don't do the same.
We asked 14 Singapore finance bloggers to share what they would do if they could go back in time and invest their first $20,000. They can no longer rewind time, but you can learn from their experience and hopefully start with a better footing.
– Users can sign up anonymously, input financial information such as incomes, loans, and insurance details, and track equity portfolio with real-time stock prices from exchanges in the US, Singapore and Malaysia.
– The website then calculates the users’ financial health status. This author, for example, received an assessment which might worry most personal financial planners. She can take action by following the recommendation provided.
– “It’s like going to see a doctor — they tell you that your blood pressure is normal, your cholesterol level is normal and so on… We do the same for personal finance.”
– DrWealth.com seems to be the most comprehensive and educational, since it covers a whole range of topics in the personal finance category, and is not restricted to loans, credit card and insurance.
Thanks Elaine for the great writeup!
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