Your Money with Michelle Martin


Your Money With Michelle Martin (9am - 12pm) It’s all about Your Money with Michelle Martin from 9am to 12pm. How to save, invest and make the best financial decisions for yourself. Listen to inspiring thinkers with “Influence” and hear from great authors in “Read”.

AUG 23, 2019
23/08/19 - Money & Me: How parents can overcome the financial challenges of raising their children?
Timothy Go speaks with Rohith Murthy, Founder and Country Manager of SingSaver, to help us understand the financial challenges parents face when raising their children in Singapore and identify the ways in which they can overcome these challenges. We’ll also listen to Rohith share his personal experiences as a parent of three here, while running a start-up.

AUG 23, 2019
23/08/19 - Read: When women in the 1930s and 40s refused to do what society expected of them
Best known for her Singapore Literature Prize-winning short story collection ‘Ministry of Moral Panic’, Singaporean author Amanda Lee Koe is back with her new debut novel, ‘Delayed Rays of a Star’ about actresses in the 20th century. The book is about women in the 1930s and 40s who refused to do what society expected of them and how in this murky world these women navigate, their choices will be held up to the test of time. Amanda Lee Koe, author of ‘Delayed Rays of a Star’ talks about her book.

AUG 22, 2019
22/08/19 - Money and Me: The Art of Picking Winning Stocks
Timothy Go, sitting in for Michelle Martin, speaks with Daniel Chan, Founder, DCG Capital, about identifying winning stocks, understanding the criteria in evaluating winning stocks and the valuable lessons from Daniel’s own 40-year track record of great stock selections

AUG 22, 2019
22/08/19 - Does living in a more diverse neighbourhood lead strangers to become more helpful or kind to each other?
We all know that in a multi-racial and culturally diverse country like Singapore, harmony is key. But how does our diversity impact effectiveness within an organisation and in our communities and neighbourhoods? Jayanth Narayanan, Associate Professor at NUS Business School shares more about his study ‘People in more racially diverse neighbourhoods are more prosocial’.

AUG 21, 2019
21/08/19 - How can innovation help during times of disruption?
We all know that we live in a constantly changing environment and world where adapting to changes is key and it’s disadvantageous to stay stagnant. How can innovation help during times of disruption? Dr Robert Cooper, President & Co-founder of Product Development Institute Inc. and Best-selling Author, Professor, and Creator of the Stage-Gate® System and Gerard Ryan, Managing Director of Prodex Systems Australasia shares more.

AUG 21, 2019
21/08/19 - Money and Me: Into the Future of Financial Literacy
Join Timothy Go, sitting in for Michelle Martin, as he speaks with Christopher Aw, Managing Partner, Pandan Ventures, about how financial literacy has been transformed by modern advancements, and the impact that has had on the way people become more financially literate.

AUG 20, 2019
20/08/19 - Money and Me: Inclusif of a Quant Value Fund
Timothy Go, who is sitting in for Michelle Martin, speaks with Teh Hooi Ling, Portfolio Manager of the Inclusif Value Fund, to help us understand what a Quant Value Fund is, how we should go about investing in the Inclusif Value Fund, and to find out a little about Hooi Ling’s transition from journalism to portfolio management.

AUG 20, 2019
20/08/19 - Which should you pick - ETFs or mutual funds?
Are ETFs and mutual funds similar? What are the key differences between them? And if you are a beginner investor, would it be better to invest in ETFs or mutual funds? Michele Ferrario, Co-founder & CEO of StashAway breaks it down for you.

AUG 19, 2019
19/08/19 - Money and Me: Making Your CPF Work for You
Join Michelle Martin, as she speaks with Christopher Tan, CEO of Providend and Executive Director of MoneyOwl, to tell us all we need to know about making the most of our CPF monies through smart investment moves in preparation of our retirement finances. 

AUG 19, 2019
19/08/19 - Travel made simple with all-in-one transport app, Zipster, that helps you plan, book and pay for transportation.
When it comes to getting to a place within the shortest amount of time and ease of convenience, private cars may be our most convenient and preferred mode of transport. Recognised as Asia’s first integrated Mobility-as-a-Service application and payment wallet by the International Association of Public Transport, Zipster helps users to plan, book and pay for their journeys across different modes of transport all within one app. Colin Lim, Founder & CEO of mobility X - the company behind the app, Zipster - shares more.

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