SINGAPORE - The Straits Times senior correspondent and bestselling author Goh Eng Yeow will be launching a new book on how to invest your money in a challenging environment where prudence, discipline and common sense are needed.
The new book, called "Small Change (Book 2) - Turning Cents Into Dollars", also offers a deep understanding of the stock market and corporate governance issues.
Published by Straits Times Press, the book will be available from Thursday at all leading bookstores and at www.stpressbooks.com.sg. It retails at $15.
Mr Goh, who has been writing about the financial markets for almost three decades, is also the author of "Small Change - Investment Made Simple", which made it to The Sunday Times Life's non-fiction bestsellers list for 18 weeks.
He was named the Best Financial Journalist of the Year in 2006 by the Securities Investors Association of Singapore (Sias), receiving the Sias Outstanding Award in 2013, and again in 2014.
Mr Goh also spent some years as a stock market dealer with Morgan Grenfell Asia Securities, been an executive director in a public-listed company, and has helmed the "Market Talk" column for United States wire agency Dow Jones Newswires.