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Demand and Supply in Singapore – Property Prices Part I

Demand and Supply in Singapore – Property Prices Part I

  “The property price is rising faster than rocket?!”   So what exactly causes property prices in Singapore to rise and fall? And you will be surprised (or not so surprised), it is determined solely by the Demand and Supply of Singapore Properties!   In…

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Roles of a good tutor

Roles of a good tutor

Just like this football coach, a good tutor plays many roles in education. A good tutor inspires –  just like the football coach, the good tutor makes a boring subject lively and inspire the students to work hard on the subject. A good tutor challenges self- belief…

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Difference Between JC Econs And Poly Econs

Difference Between JC Econs And Poly Econs

Recently I have received many queries from my business contacts and some parents about the difference between JC Econs and Poly Econs. At such, I might as well clarify these queries here to help many other more parents! 🙂 Basically, the learning styles for JC and Poly…

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Economics in JC – The Beginner’s Guide

Economics in JC – The Beginner’s Guide

Thinking of taking up Economics in JC? Orientation has just ended and after having gone through the dilemma of school choices, you are faced with another conundrum – “What subject combination should I choose?” “What is Economics in JC about?” “Should I study Economics in…

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H1 or H2 Econs?

H1 or H2 Econs?

Congratulations J1s! You have successfully entered JC (hopefully your ideal one). Now that orientation is over, you have reached the next phase of your induction. Which subject should I choose? Should I even choose Economics? Let’s assume you have decided to take Econs. But should…

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Economic Outlook for 2015

Economic Outlook for 2015

    Do you want to know if the Economic Outlook for 2015 is going to be calm or choppy? Despite growing at 2.8% at 2014, the growth outlook for 2015 is still quite an uncertainty. As forecasted, Singapore is expected to grow at 2% –…

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Confessions of an Innova JC econs student

Confessions of an Innova JC econs student

I am really heartened when an ex Innova JC econs student posted such a compliment on my youtube video of how my JC Economics classes are conducted.     “My only regret is undergoing his tutoring only at the last lap (5mths) of the ‘A’ levels.” –…

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Demand and Supply in Singapore – Yes I Do

Demand and Supply in Singapore – Yes I Do

Do you know that the three most expensive words in Singapore is ” Yes I Do”? According to a recent Straits Times article, cost of marriage has risen sharply. For a weekday wedding package wedding dinner package for a table of 10 in a 5…

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3 Swiss Products You Should Avoid Now

3 Swiss Products You Should Avoid Now

The Swiss Franc has strengthen “only 18%” against the Euro on a single day in 15 Jan 2015. In a nut shell, do you know that products made in Switzerland is approximately “18% more expensive” overnight! It is not everyday that you experience such double digits…

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Three Reasons Why Saudi Arabia Does Not Want A Higher Oil Price

Three Reasons Why Saudi Arabia Does Not Want A Higher Oil Price

We all know that Saudi is a huge oil exporter and is influential in dictating oil prices. D Currently, oil prices are at all time low of US$50/barrel (versus $100/barrel not too long back). So have you considered why don’t Saudi cuts its oil production…

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