Monday, June 22, 2015

How an average-salaried employee can still win the “game of wealth”?

Despites getting As for most of my subjects during my schooling years and topping the Maths and Science subjects, I hold a modest job. Nevertheless, I do not blame others for I do not have the personality to play the corporate game well. It is also not constructive to recall how colleagues who are less capable than I have gone on with promotions after promotions in their career. In general, my classmates of around the same capability as myself have already gone on to become top scholars and young Directors while those with average grades and more “gung-ho” have already become leaders in their own rights, in their own fields.
While it is good to earn five-figure salary monthly, and getting huge bonuses, we must also know that an average-salaried employee who learns to invest and trade well can still ultimately “win” his higher-salaried counterparts in this “game of wealth” on our little island which prizes a lot on economy and where there is lots of comparison in society on who is richer as the commonly-held benchmark of success is centred on wealth creation.

I must say that this “game of wealth” is not how much one earns in a month, mainly from his employment income, but how much one CAN earn in a month. Picture an average-salaried employee earning $20,000 per month from the stocks markets versus a busy banking executive who draws a fixed monthly income of $10,000 and you will get what I mean. Join the emailing list to receive regular Financial and Singapore stocks newsletters too! Like" me on Singapore Stocks Investing Facebook page to receive all posts on your Facebook as well as read more articles. Follow me on Twitter too.

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