Me & My Money: Looking to global assets to invest in

David Mok's go-global strategy can also mean buying into funds that invest in places like America, Europe and Asia. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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SINGAPORE - While the pandemic has kept us all cooped up in Singapore with little prospect of travel, investment expert David Mok notes that advances in technology mean it's never been easier for investors to go global.

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

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