Me & My Money

A go-global investment strategy for a global age

Advances in technology mean a click of the mouse can open doors worldwide, says investment guru

Mr David Mok, head of investment and research at IPP Financial Advisers here, believes focusing on Singapore stocks may not be optimal as it exposes investors to specific risks from a single country. Going global would allow one to capitalise on the
Mr David Mok, head of investment and research at IPP Financial Advisers here, believes focusing on Singapore stocks may not be optimal as it exposes investors to specific risks from a single country. Going global would allow one to capitalise on the growth of other nations and regions, he adds.ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN

While the pandemic has kept us all cooped up in Singapore with little prospect of travel, investment expert David Mok says that advances in technology mean it has never been easier for investors to go global.

As he tells his clients, a click of the mouse can open investment doors across the world, vastly expanding the horizons for people looking for new money-making opportunities.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on December 20, 2020, with the headline 'A go-global investment strategy for a global age'. Subscribe