Highlights from The Sunday Times Invest Seminar

The panel was moderated by Mr Lim Say Boon (extreme left). The panel consists of (from left to right) Mr Alvin Foo, Economics Correspondent at The Straits Times; Mr Clifford Lee, Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income at DBS Bank; Mr Dennis Chan,
The panel was moderated by Mr Lim Say Boon (extreme left). The panel consists of (from left to right) Mr Alvin Foo, Economics Correspondent at The Straits Times; Mr Clifford Lee, Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income at DBS Bank; Mr Dennis Chan, Deputy Money Editor, The Straits Times; Mr Philip Wee, a senior currency economist with DBS Group Research. -- ST FILE PHOTO: NEO XIAOBIN 
The Sunday Times Invest Seminar 2014 held at the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, on May 10, 2014. -- ST FILE PHOTO: NEO XIAOBIN 
The Sunday Times Invest Seminar 2014 held at the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, on May 10, 2014. -- ST FILE PHOTO: NEO XIAOBIN 
(From left) Mr Alvin Foo, Economics Correspondent at The Straits Times; Mr Clifford Lee, Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income at DBS Bank; Mr Dennis Chan, Deputy Money Editor, The Straits Times; Mr Philip Wee, a senior currency economist with D
(From left) Mr Alvin Foo, Economics Correspondent at The Straits Times; Mr Clifford Lee, Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income at DBS Bank; Mr Dennis Chan, Deputy Money Editor, The Straits Times; Mr Philip Wee, a senior currency economist with DBS Group Research, at The Sunday Times Invest Seminar. -- ST FILE PHOTO: NEO XIAOBIN  

Investors turned up in force for The Sunday Times Invest Seminar on May 10, to hear tips from veteran financial journalists and economic experts from DBS Bank on how to grow their money.A record 650 investors attended the sold-out seminar, which was organised by The Straits Times Money Desk for the third year in a row. It was presented by DBS Bank and held at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore.The theme for this year’s seminar was “Investing in the year of the taper” – a reference to the United States Federal Reserve’s ongoing tapering of its monetary stimulus scheme, which paves the way for interest rates to start rising soon.For those who missed out on the seminar, we’ve compiled some video highlights below.Also keep an eye out for this weekend's Sunday Times Invest, where our correspondents and experts from DBS Bank will answer questions posed by investors at the forum.

The Straits Times deputy money editor Dennis Chan dishes out three investment tips to beat inflation.

DBS senior currency economist Philip Wee gives the outlook for major currencies.

DBS managing director & head of fixed income Clifford Lee gives his three 'D's on bonds.

The Straits Times economics correspondent Alvin Foo talks about the outlook for gold.