Feeling overwhelmed by the stock market? You're not alone. Busy professionals juggle work, family, and finances, often leaving investing on the back burner.

We should be investing to achieve our financial goals and beat inflation at the very least. But many don't know how or are just afraid. What happens when you invest and there's a market crash? Should you sell or hold on?

I'm here to help you navigate the stock market jungle. A passionate investor with over 15 years of experience, I've been featured in major media outlets to share my investing insights and empower others. Throughout my investing journey, I’ve met countless everyday investors and that has allowed me to understand their pain points.

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Why the name “The Compounding Dad”?

Compounding is a key concept in the world of investing. The term "compounding" refers to the ability of an investment to generate returns, which are then reinvested to generate even more returns over time.

On top of money compounding, knowledge can compound as well. I wish to gift my readers the gift of knowledge so they can use that knowledge to build upon it themselves.

Why “Dad”? Because I’m a father and this platform will also be a place where I share my journey as a parent. I’ll be exploring topics other than investing that interest me such as mental health, productivity, and personal growth.

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