KI$$: Keep it simple, stupid
Stocks to build a second source of income
An introductory book on savings and investments, written by Rohit Gupta (Henley MBA).
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In today's changing environment, it is critical to build a second source of income. This if you work in the gig economy or even in a traditional corporate job. There are, of course, plenty of books, tutorials, calculators, and tools on personal financial planning. This may equally be a problem. The key investment concepts are very simple, but get lost in a world of twenty-four hour global financial news coverage. This book embodies independence, thrift, and self-reliance. My emphasis is on providing an understanding of foundational investment concepts necessary to help you plan, save and invest to reach your financial goals. The emphasis is not on math and formulas but basic concepts. Under thirties, start early to allow full advantage of time and compound interest.
Rohit Gupta has thirty years of international experience in the financial services industry. With a passion for personal finance education, he has published articles in The Business Times (Singapore), Smart Investor (Singapore and Malaysia), The Accountant (Australia), and The News (Bangkok). He also maintains a personal finance portal: www.yourrule72.com.
Over his career, he has had the opportunity to work and live in six countries and through multiple crises: the Asian financial crisis (Indonesia, 1997); SARS (Singapore, 2002); the global financial crisis (Malaysia, 2007); swine flu pandemic (Mexico, 2009); and the eurozone debt crisis (Turkey, 2011). Yet the economies recovered and rebounded from each. What cannot be recovered is time lost.
Rohit lives in Singapore with his wife, an artisan chocolatier. Their daughter, a furniture designer, currently lives in the United States.
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