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Three Tips You Need to Know to Fend Off Market Noise

We are constantly bombarded by a mass of groundless information every day; unfounded rumours are equally rampant in the investment market. Market noises often hinder sound judgments when members build their MPF asset allocation strategies, so we must learn to discern and fend off baseless information.

How to Use the MPF "e-Enquiry of Personal Account" Service

Consolidating multiple MPF accounts is one of the best ways to enhance the management efficiency of MPF. However, what can members do if they can’t remember how many personal accounts they possess? In the past, members could fill out an application form and send the completed form together with a copy of their identification documents to the MPFA by post or fax. They could also make the enquiry in person in the MPFA’s office.

How to Develop the Right Attitude to MPF Management?

Kung Fu (martial arts) is an integral part of traditional Chinese culture. To become a proficient Kung Fu practitioner, however, it is not enough to learn punching and kicking techniques; one must also understand the mind-set of the art. Being skilful and having the right attitude are both prerequisites for mastering Kung Fu, and the same goes for MPF management. To effectively manage MPF assets, being knowledgeable about investment is not enough; one must also have the right attitude.

How to Avoid The Five Psychological Pitfalls in Investing

Successful investing requires constant learning and paying meticulous attention to market movements. However, technical knowledge alone is not enough – psychology also plays an important role. In this issue, we highlight five psychological traps in investing and look at ways to avoid them.

How to Build a Million-dollar Retirement Reserve Before the Age of 65

While becoming a millionaire is a dream for many, most of us are deterred by the perceived difficulties of the task and fail to take action. However, if members are willing to reserve a little time to do some planning, saving a million dollars is not an impossible mission. In fact, to retire at 65 with five million dollars in savings can be an attainable goal.

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