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Thor Forums » Travel, Camping Spots, Roads and Routes

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Nikon Cafe » Wanderlust and Travel

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Christian Forum Site » Favorite Places to Travel

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Interview with shiny things: hwz’s very own ang moh finance guru, by marianne | 17 dec 2018 | 8 mins read.

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Joshua Giersch, better known to his troves of fans by his online moniker  Shiny Things , has successfully amassed a huge following on HardwareZone – so huge that his fans decided to create a dedicated thread on the online forum on his behalf in 2014.

Today, the thread has garnered more than 13,000 posts.

His claim to fame? Dispensing effective financial advice in a simple, straightforward way to the uninitiated in Singapore.

Besides being forum-famous, he also blogs about politics, economics and finance at  Josh Reviews Everything , and has even written an e-book,  Rich By Retirement , where he outlines a simple, fuss-free way for Singaporeans to invest for a comfortable retirement.

His work online has certainly resonated with his audience – he is now working on a third edition of the book.

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So who exactly is he? And how did he become an online guru in Singapore?

Currently also a senior product manager at cryptocurrency startup Ripple, the San Francisco-based Australian guru was introduced to the local crowd when he spent five years in Singapore working for ANZ and Commerzbank.

We caught up with Joshua to find out a bit more about the man behind the moniker:

First off, could you tell us a bit more about yourself and your connection with Singapore?

I’m a 35 year-old born and bred Australian, having spent five years in Singapore, from 2007 to 2012.

My finance background has involved trading currency options for big Australian and German banks, and structuring investments that were sold to corporates, investment funds, and HNWIs.

Some of those investors were savvy, and knew what they were doing, but a lot weren’t. They just bought the products that were offered to them, without understanding the risks and the hidden fees.

I’ve been writing for a long time as well. When I was a junior trader, working for an Australian bank based in Melbourne, I was notorious for writing funny, quirky daily market wraps for the trading desk. I had a couple of hundred daily readers by the time I left the bank in 2008

I then joined a German bank, stuck with them through the Global Financial Crisis and the downturn, and kept on writing on the side.

In 2008, the Financial Times’ Alphaville blog reposted a terrifically nerdy blog post I wrote about a structured investment that blew up during the crisis and took small Singaporean investors’ money with it. The piece was shared all around the world, and I discovered I had a knack for writing about the things I’d done and seen in finance.

So a few years later when someone suggested writing a book, it seemed like a great way to spread the knowledge that I’d learned, keep my writing skills sharp, and have some fun as well!

How and when did you start using HardwareZone?

To be totally honest, I don’t remember why I started using HWZ. It’s been so long ago (late 2009 according to my profile page) that I’m not even sure which forum I started reading off. I did spend a few months lurking before making my first posts, and the community was welcoming and engaging so I stuck around.

Most of the time I’ve been engaged on Money Mind (a sub-forum dedicated to money matters on Hardwarezone), but I pop up in the travel forum occasionally as well, mostly raving about places to visit in the western USA. Utah’s national parks are amazing, especially in summer and autumn.

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Is there a story behind your handle,  Shiny Things ?

There’s no particular story behind “Shiny Things”. I’ve been using it as a handle even before HWZ, maybe even as far back as the ‘90s.

Financial advice in Singapore used to typically come from an insurance company or a funds management company. You’d sit down in their plush office and they’d say, look at this fund, hasn’t it performed well?

How did your dedicated thread for financial advice on HardwareZone come about?

Funnily enough, I didn’t start the “Official Shiny Things Thread”. I’d been giving advice across a bunch of different threads, and someone decided to start a  fan thread . Everyone converged on that thread, and the rest is history.

We hit the 10,000 post mark in early 2018 (HWZ’s threads are capped at 10,000 posts), spilled over into a  second thread , and now we’re somewhere north of 13,000 posts in those two threads, over a span of nearly five years.

Why do you feel the need to dispense advice?

When I started writing, there was a lack of good financial advice in Singapore. There was no Singaporean equivalent of Suze Orman or Dave Ramsey to give advice that was tailored to the needs of Singaporeans and to the unique features of the Singaporean markets.

When I started posting, I was mostly looking to share my perspective as someone who’d “been there, done that”, but I learned that what people really wanted was help taking complex financial concepts and turning them into simple investing strategies.

And it’s rewarding to see people come back to the thread two or three years later, and say, hey, I’ve set myself up with a simple strategy and stuck with it. I didn’t think I could invest, but it’s not as hard as people make it sound! It’s a great feeling to be able to teach people, help them, and see them grow.

Why do you think you’ve resonated with so many readers?

There are so many people who’ve asked questions on the thread, or worked with me directly, and they all have their own reasons, but I think the most important reason people reach out to me is that Singaporeans want financial advice that they can trust.

The fund might be a European equity fund, an emerging-market bond fund, whatever. It didn’t matter. The only thing that mattered was persuading you to buy it, so the salesperson could pocket their three – or five – percent sales commission.

Next year, they’d try to flip you into a structured note or an endowment policy, and pocket more commission. Those salespeople aren’t working to get the best outcome for their customers. They only want the best outcome for themselves.

I don’t work that way. I want the best outcome for my readers. That means low cost investments that are easy to understand. That means strategies that are simple to explain and simple to execute. That means giving people the tools to invest for themselves, so they can see how the

process works, and trust that I’m giving them fair advice.

How many copies of your book have you sold?

Without wanting to get too deep into specifics, I’ve definitely sold enough copies to make it worth the effort writing.

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What do you do in your free time when you’re not dispensing advice?

Everyone’s gotta have some hobbies, right? I played badminton for a year or so in high school way back when, and picked it up again a couple of years ago. I wouldn’t say I’m good—I’ve only played in one tournament so far, and I was bundled out in the first round—but I train every week with a group of friends, so I’m slowly getting better at it.

There are some great cycling roads and trails around where I live, so you’ll find me out and about there as well when it’s warm. It can get a little chilly in winter over here, so it’s not an all-year-round activity like it is back in Singapore.

And for something more cerebral, I’m a casual Magic: the Gathering player and collector. It’s a fun excuse to invite some friends over and spend an afternoon playing games

What are your thoughts on the Singapore personal finance landscape?

The personal finance landscape in Singapore has improved by leaps and bounds over the last few years, but it could still be so much better.

The best thing that someone could create for Singaporean investors would be a low-cost, Singapore-focused robo-advisor like Wealthfront or Betterment, with low annual fees, and with a Singaporean tilt to the stocks and bonds that it invests in.

Right now, if Singaporeans want to invest in the best exchange-traded funds at the lowest costs, they have to open two or three brokerage accounts, and they have to do all of the rebalancing themselves.

I’d love to be able to say, here’s a robo-advisor whose fees are low and whose funds are sensible. They do everything my book recommends and it doesn’t need any work on your part. That doesn’t exist yet in Singapore, but I wish it did!

Aren’t there already some robo-advisors in Singapore?

There are robo-advisor platforms in Singapore, yep. They’re not quite good enough to whole-heartedly recommend, for one reason or another: some are too expensive; some don’t have any allocation to Singaporean assets, which is baffling when that’s the market they’re going after.

I think there’s still an opportunity for some entrepreneur to launch a low-cost Singaporean robo-advisor—maybe an independent operation, maybe attached to one of the brokers—and I’d love to help them design it.

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Summer marketing ideas for Cape Cod from state experts. What to know, how to sign up.

Cape business owners will get pointers on preparing summer marketing ideas at a forum on March 27 featuring Lt. Gov. Kim Driscoll and the top exec of the state's travel and tourism office .

Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Officer Paul Niedzwiecki calls the forum an opportunity for business owners to best position themselves for success this summer. The Cape is a major player.

“Seventy cents of every dollar on the Cape comes from travel and tourism in some way, shape or form,” he said. 

The Cape’s regional tourism economy — second only to Boston — employs 12,000 people and generates more than $180 million per year in state and local tax receipts, according to Niedzwiecki.  

He will be one of the speakers at the forum, talking about the Chamber's new brand which will be a big part of its marketing and promotion strategy. A new logo, slogan (Cape Cod. Truly Yours) and color scheme were unveiled at a Chamber event Feb. 28 at the Pelham House Resort.

“We will reinforce how we will do that, what our marketing strategy is going to be,” Niedzwiecki said on Thursday. He’ll also talk about the state of the Cape economy as it relates to seasonal activity.  

The Chamber has been working with Zartico , a company that compiles data about visitors and visitation patterns by season, geography and type for marketing purposes, among others. 

Zartico has information that shows what happens to Cape Cod throughout the seasons, how many visitors and residents there are at different times and what specific spring and fall events show, Niedzwiecki said.  

Lt. Gov. Driscoll, former 14-year mayor of Salem, will lead off the program talking about the state’s promotion of tourism and travel.  

Kate Fox, the executive director of the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism, will talk about her agency and the initiatives going on there.   

The forum will be held at the Double Tree by Hilton in Hyannis. To register go to https://capecodma.simpleviewcrm.com/webapi/rsvp/v2/?action=details&noredirect=1&eventId=1486  

Denise Coffey writes about business, tourism and issues impacting the Cape’s residents and visitors. Contact her at [email protected]

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Forum: Be aware of what is covered by travel insurance and what documents are needed for claims

As many people are now planning their year-end holiday travel, it is perhaps a good time to make them aware of the less obvious terms and conditions of most travel insurance policies.

First, not all flight delays are covered. People typically think that any flight delay would be covered under the travel insurance policy.

I learnt recently that even when a traveller buys a travel insurance policy together with the flight booking, and there are changes to the booked flight resulting in a flight departing more than six hours later than the original itinerary, the insurance company may not cover the flight delay.

Second, death from an accident needs other supporting documents (that may not have been specified) besides the death certificate to be claimable.

The insurer will require additional documents such as a police report, post-mortem and toxicology report, and a coroner’s report to ascertain that the cause of death was an accident and not caused by medical conditions or the influence of alcohol or prohibited substances.

These are in addition to a death certificate (certified by a notary public) and a letter from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (required for overseas deaths) to process an accidental death claim. In some situations, it might take months for the coroner’s inquest and the final finding to be completed.

Most people may not be aware of such requirements and discover them only during the most difficult time, compounding their grief.

Applying for travel insurance is easy. The real test of how good an insurer is depends on its customer service and, most importantly, its claim process (ease of submitting a claim, assessment time, assessment outcome and settlement time).

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Looking back at all the good times.

A year in review with HardwareZone

Ever wondered what everyone else was looking for on our consumer technology portal? Is this phone brand or laptop maker really as popular as we make it out to be? Are readers only concerned with the latest gadgets they can buy, or is there more to the story?

Here is a collection of our top-read and top-watched content produced by the HardwareZone team. Each story, review, and video is painstakingly created with you in mind, and we thank you for the support you've given us across our many years together. 

Without further ado, here's what you enjoyed seeing from us.

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