Saturday, July 22, 2006

Financial Planning - What Is Money?

Financial Planning - What Is Money?

Hi! We're all interested in money because it really is very important. However, have you ever taken the time to mull over the question - What Is Money?

If not, I think it would be most useful to do so because knowing the answer to that important question may help you figure out honest, proactive ways to attract more of it into your life. And that's got to be a good thing!

To help you deal with this issue, I've written an article entitled What Is Money? In it, you will learn - among other things - the 3 functions of money, the historical progression of 3 types of money, and be able to decide which other aspects of financial abundance you would like to study further.

Enjoy and bye for now.

Warmest regards,


Rajen

PS. If you'd like to join others who have opted to have me work with them to help improve their performance in the areas of personal finance, goal-setting and time management, please take the time to decide if this option is right for you...

After years of thinking about it, I've finally launched a 'lite' version of my elite life planning consulting package. This shorter, online-based version lasts a whole three months, and focuses on the three core life planning areas of personal finance, goal-setting and time management.

The price of this 13-week email- and online-based consulting package is less than a tenth of my regular consulting one.

If you're interested, drop me a quick email to

mailto:sales@RajenDevadason.com
(or simply copy-and-paste sales@RajenDevadason.com
into a fresh email) with

'Rajen, please tell me about your new consulting package',

in your subject header.

Warning: This service is NOT for everyone.

Please only write to me about it if you are 100% serious about joining this programme.

Thanks. Stay well.


Rajen Devadason is CEO of RD Book Projects and its sister company RD WealthCreation Sdn Bhd. He lives in sunny, peaceful Malaysia with his gorgeous wife Rachel. He's a Malaysian Securities Commission-licensed financial planner, a life planning consultant, a professional speaker and a serial author... which probably explains why he's so exhausted! Some of his books are available here, and, if you're interested, here are some quotations he reckons are accurate, bold or cool.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Rajen

Your article 'Why Bother with Dividend Investing?' is certainly informative!

I have a question though: is dividend yield (DY) the only indicator you should consider, when buying a particular stock? Looking at the formula for DY, a stock could have a higher DY even when its share price falls, as long as it maintains the same payout? (Am I right?)

Your views, please.

Many thanks
Carina

Thursday, August 03, 2006 12:05:00 PM  

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