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Title Mano Sabnani's Money Secrets: Cruise Your Way to Financial Freedom  
ISBN 9789814828758
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Business
 
Author(s)
Mano Sabnani
 
Specifications 135mm x 216mm / 232pp / Paperback
 
Publication Date Sep-2018
 
Target Audience General
Price (SGD) SGD 23.35 BUY NOW
 
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About the Book

The financial voyage of our lives is a trying one, even treacherous and perilous at times. When we start to manage our money, we often find that we are ill-prepared for the challenge. What follows is overspending, poor investment decisions, debilitating
debt, reckless gambling or succumbing to scams – causing our financial ship to heave or even sink.

Even when we invest in a well-run company, we often sail into the 30-foot high waves of the stock market. Out of fear, many leave their money in the bank where it shrivels with inflation. So what are we to do?

For over thirty years, Mano Sabnani has relentlessly sought  to inculcate financial literacy in ordinary, hardworking people and fought for their rights as small shareholders. With his rich experience as a newspaper editor, TV and social media personality, banker, company director and investor, as well as his unwavering concern for the man in the street, Mano has become arguably Singapore's favourite financial captain.

Let Mano guide you with his steady hand through the intricacies of financial planning and investment, illuminating the bewildering details and making them easy to understand.

About the Author

Mano Sabnani is a veteran journalist who has also served in various capacities with the DBS Group. In 2003, he was invited to take charge of money-losing daily newspaper TODAY; he developed it into the second most read in Singapore and turned it around to be very profitable by the time he left.
   
 
  
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