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Everyone in Hong Kong should learn how to invest, says a host of online financial show

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Everyone in Hong Kong should learn how to invest, says a host of online financial show


Reported by Ken Lam, 16th April, 2019


Everyone in Hong Kong should learn to invest to keep their money in their pocket, says a host of the online financial show in Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


“The basic inflation rate of Hong Kong was increased by about 2.6% in 2018, which means the money loses its purchasing power by 2.6%. If we are not doing anything about it, the value of our money keeps decreasing from time to time. Some might think 2.6% is no big deal, but it loses its real value continuously. And I believe no one wants a single nickel gets away from their purse for no reasons. Besides, you might earn more than 2.6% if you know how to invest. That’s why I said everyone should learn to invest,” said Leung Sam Yan, who is a founder of Alpha Bull Limited Company, and host of online financial show Tasty Money.


Leung suggests people could start paying more attention to their mandatory provident fund, as it is a compulsory scheme forcing everyone to join. They should also compare different mandatory provident fund company and their plans provided. Then check their history of growth, risks and expected return. It is quite a beginning for those who never notice their plan and change of mandatory provident fund, says Leung.


“To be honest, every investment decision implies a hidden risk, but I still encourage people to invest. Cause you could design how many risks you are going to take, like teens could take a higher risk as they are young, those who are aged could take a smaller risk seeking for a steady growth on their fortune. It is all up to you,” said Leung.


Leung Sam Yan graduated from Hong Kong Shue Yan University, used to be a host of financial analyzing show on I-cable, is now a founder of Alpha Bull Limited Company, and host of online financial show Tasty Money.

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