The Ultimate List of Investment and Finance Blogs or Websites in Singapore
24 October 2020
Being an avid follower of many investment and finance blogs or websites in Singapore, I thought why not I create an article sharing the ultimate list for it.
The investment and finance blogs or websites listed here did not pay a cent to be listed here. These are just some of the blogs and websites I find interesting for the public to know about.
These websites and blogs are not listed in any order of priority and it will be continually updated in the future.
I hope this list will add some value to your personal finance or investment journey.
Here Are The Ultimate List of Investment or Finance Blogs or Websites in Singapore
Last updated as of 23 October 2020.
The goal of The Woke Salaryman is to help Singaporeans make better financial and life choices through education. Even if it means deviating from the conventional path always preached by previous generations or conventional wisdom.
Budget Babe blog is about an ordinary lady striving to achieve financial freedom in Singapore before the age of 45.
The Founder, Dawn, a friend of mine, always looks for cost-effective ways to live a fulfilling life amidst Singapore’s rising costs and writes in order to empower fellow Singaporeans to take charge of their own lives and finances.
Based on their website, Seedly says that they are Singapore’s biggest personal finance community.
Their goal is to help people to make smarter financial decisions with the right tools and the right mindset.
They are launched in 2016.
Based on their website, Investment Moats says that they are a wealth mentor in stock market investing for us to reach financial independence.
It is one of Singapore’s longest-running websites (since 2005) and it is run by Kyith Ng, a friend of mine.
Re-ThinkWealth is a blog focusing on sharing the founder’s philosophies around value investing. It forces us to always rethink our traditional assumptions around wealth and even the traditional definition of value investing.
6. Money Smart
Based on their website, the focus of money smart is for people to make smart financial decisions by comparing and applying for the best personal finance products.
As of the time of this writing, they said that they have helped over 900,000 Singaporeans find the right products for their needs.
This is a personal blog run by a friend of mine, Brian Halim.
The focus of the blog is for Brian to keep a tab on his journey to pursue financial independence by age 35.
Brian also happens to be one of our voluntary community manager at value investing mentorship.
The goal of Financial Horse is to demystify financial investments. The founder is a firm believer in Einstein’s quote – “If you can’t explain it to six-year-old, you don’t understand it yourself.”
Based on the website, Financial Horse said that everything on his website is based on first-hand experience as he does not believe in recommending products he will not consider investing in himself.
9. For Tomorrow
For Tomorrow is a blog by Temasek, in partnership with MoneySmart and DollarsAnd Sense.
Based on their website, their focus is to share with people how to make sense of all our finances, how to maximize our financial planning options, and any other information we need to start investing today.
10. Money Sense
MoneySense is Singapore’s national financial education program that started in 2003.
Their aim is to help Singaporeans to manage their money well and make sound financial decisions on their own.
Value Invest Asia is started by three founders with a focus on those who want to be a value investor in Asia.
They want to create the largest community of value investors in Asia.
12. Dr. Wealth
Based on their website, Dr. Wealth provides financial education to individuals. Their CEO is Alvin Chow.
They believe that investing is a skill set that gives returns for life – which I wholeheartedly agree with.
13. The Fifth Person
The Fifth Person believes in spreading a message that sound investment knowledge can help people around the world to achieve financial independence and lead better lives for themselves and their loved ones.
The Smart Investor is co-founded by David Kuo, Joanna Sng, and Chin Hui Leong.
It was formed in late 2019 from the ashes of the Motley Fool Singapore.
15. Heartland Boy
Heartland boy is a personal finance website by Alison, a friend of mine.
His goal is to always think about how he can improve his financial literacy in order to achieve financial independence.
Based on their website, ASSI goal is to have a more secure financial future in an uncertain world by creating a stream of reliable passive income with high yields.
AK is without a doubt one of the most highly followed investment blogs in Singapore.
17. The Asia Report
The Asia Report provides financial insights to help investors make better-informed investment decisions.
Jun Hao, the founder has over ten years of experience in the financial markets.
The Tree of Prosperity blog is run by Christopher Ng.
He blogs regularly there and he often has interesting insights to share.
Based on his website, it says that Growing your Tree of Prosperity is an introductory investment guide written specifically for Singaporeans who wish to take their first step towards financial independence.
19. Endowus Insights
Endowus is licensed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore under the Financial Advisers Act to provide certain financial advisory services.
And this is a blog run by them, which provides great insights regularly.
Dollars and Sense goal is to help Singaporeans make better financial decisions.
They write a myriad of topics which include savings, insurance, investing, trading, and property.
21. The New Savvy
The New Savvy is a financial, investments, and career platform for women in Asia.
Their goal is to empower women to achieve financial happiness through education, media & conferences.
22. Investing Nook
Investing Nook is run by a good friend of mine, Tee Leng.
He also happens to be a value investor and a fund manager in Singapore.
Singsaver is a personal finance comparison site.
Their mission, based on their website is to help Singaporeans find the right credit cards, personal loans, and other financial products with easy-to-use self-serve comparison tools.
Lim Der Shing blog shares his thoughts on the startup scene in South East Asia.
In his blog, he also often shares his thought process on the stocks that he is invested in or general thoughts about a topic.
25. Investing Note
Investing Note is a social network platform for sharing investing/trading ideas on stock markets.
Based on its website, it says that they are the largest and most interactive platform for investor and traders in South East Asia.
The focus of The Good Investors is on guiding us on how to invest in stocks.
It is run by Chong Ser Jing and Jeremy Chia, after The Motley Fool Singapore closed in late 2019.
27. Money Owl
Money Owl provides insurance, investment, online wills writing, and other kinds of financial planning.
They are non-commissioned advisers.
PyInvesting is run by a friend Ivann Fok.
He has a coding background and PyInvesting goal is to create highly profitable investment strategies with a click of a button. It basically offers a backtesting solution and has interesting data-driven angles to investing in his blog.
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