Ching Wei Lee

Expert Author: Ching Wei Lee
Author Biography

Ching is the CEO and co-founder of iMoney, a leading price comparison website in Malaysia. Prior to iMoney, he was an investment consultant, advising clients ranging from $5 million to $500 million on investment related matters. He is also a CFA & CAIA Charterholder, two prestigious professional qualifications in the finance field.

Location : Malaysia
Joined : September 3, 2013
Total Articles : 25
Article Views : 64,355


Travel Insurance - What Does It Cover?
Travel insurance, like all insurance policies, serves as a solution to most of your travel problems and the purpose is to help you in times of emergency. The price you pay for a travel insurance policy is based on your age, duration of travel and...
Category:   Travel Insurance
What Happens When You Terminate a Fixed Deposit Account before It Expires?
What happens if you're forced to withdraw the money you've put into a fixed deposit account before it expires? Would you lose all your interest? Or worse still, would you end up paying a penalty in addition to losing your interest?
Category:   Personal Finance
What Is Asset Allocation? Why Is it Important?
Having a proper asset allocation is by far the most important part of any investment portfolio. Research has shown that good asset allocation is key to the long term success of any investment portfolio. Essentially, asset allocation is how you...
Category:   Investing
What's Your Investor Personality?
Some investors are naturally optimistic, while others may have the "glass-is-half-full" mindset. There's nothing wrong with either personality types, but depending on the type of person you are, there may be certain investment products that are...
Category:   Investing
Why Fixed Deposits are Worth Investing In
It's really not hard to see why fixed deposits are so common as an investment choice especially for first-time investors. These types of bank products can provide one with a moderately good return, without the need to take big risks. Read on...
Category:   Personal Finance

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