Business Times Interviews - Starting Young

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Quote:And many of the cheques were written out in the "fund manager's" name.

Danger, Will Robinson! Danger!

*Flashing red lights*

I have said it before and will say it again. Do not, EVER, let the fund manager/private banker/advisor/friend/relative touch the money. No matter how much you trust them.

Not even your parent, spouse, sibling or child. People do unthinkable things when unimaginable amounts of money are placed in their hands. Do not tempt fate.
I do not give stock tips. So please do not ask, because you shall not receive.
(18-04-2012, 06:00 AM)Temperament Wrote: The first cheque Mr IB handed over was for $460,000. The cheque was picked up by the young banker. Within two weeks, Mr IB got back that entire sum, plus an 8 per cent return.
his brother said sg is a very highly regulated financial the same time..i find it is quite liberal to welcome many kinds of 'toxic' products to come ironic
Being young and successful is very common nowadays. Im quite sure we can see even younger and richer individuals.

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