Today, I want you to pick the “wrong answer” in this multiple choice question.
Where’s the question?
There is none. Just use your logical thinking.
Ok here goes.
A) KC Lau, bestseller author (Top Money Tips for Malaysians), founder of KCLau.com and Money Automation System – first ever online personal finance course for Malaysians
B) Evanna Phoon, RockWills International Group, CEO & founder of MalaysiaWills.com, first online will writing service for Malaysians
C) CF Lieu, Engineer
D) Ken Chee, CEO & co-founder of 8 Investment Pte Ltd, self-made millionaire and master trainer of Millionaire Investor Program, Asia
The answer is obvious, right? You pick option C.
That’s me. The odd one out.
Yet, I am one of the columnists for Money Compass English edition, along with the many heavyweights in the finance industry.
See if you agree – below. I am definitely the light weight one.
I know – I definitely stick out like a sore thumb.
Anyway, here’s a screenshot of my article. A few more articles to come in, so stay tuned!
I am forever thankful to Amy Seok, Money Compass Principal Consultant, for the opportunity, and of course, KC for the initiative 🙂
I’ve come a long way since starting HowToFinanceMoney.com to document my personal finance learning, about a year ago.
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p/s- Ok, for the record, I did co-founded REITMethod.com with KC and of course, am an Associate Member of Financial Planning Association of Malaysia (FPAM). That lessens the “oddness”. 🙂
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Koon Yew Yin, Malaysia’s super investor and respected philanthropist said this (first sentences!) in The BFM Breakfast Grille, back in April 2012 during an interview on value investing, together with Prof Glen Arnold.
With due respect to professor, I am only an engineer. I can’t hardly read balance sheet, neither talk about cash flow.