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posted on 26 Sep 2016  -  5,817 views
Several users have independently suggested that SGXcafe should have its own forum. Hence, I spent the last week building it and I am excited to share that the
forum is live and ready for use!
For a forum to be successful, it requires the active participation of the community. Currently, SGXcafe has several tens of thousand visitors every month, of which several thousands are heavy users of SGXcafe. Thus, it already has a reasonably-sized active community. So, all it needs now is
your participation :)
Start asking or discussing anything investment-related now! It can be about SGXcafe, the Singapore market, financial terms, strategies, etc. And if you see a helpful post or reply, upvote it so that others can see it easily. Let's be respectful of each other, learn from each other and create knowledge together!
As usual, feel free to feedback to me and let me know what you think of this new forum.
p.s.: Do add the appropriate tags to your post so that it can be found easily. If you add a stock counter as a tag, the post will show up in the individual stock's page (e.g.
- You a genius! Always chunking out 'great stuffs' over the weekend.... I say this before I say again... i LOVE you SGX CAFE... it's easily beat any broker firm's portfolio platform anytime...!
26 Sep 2016 23:19:56
- Ha.. Thanks :)
26 Sep 2016 23:42:10
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