This short and sweet article will give you three ways to get cheaper Spotify Premium in Malaysia. It comes with the following disclaimer.
Pre-article disclaimer: I am not accountable to whatever happens to your Spotify accounts should you use any of these tips, including but not limited to suspended accounts and extra charges. That said, the chances of that happening is very small.
I like Lazada – been using them since 2014.
I also like analysing what I bought. In this post, I’d like to share 3 years’ worth of personal data, along with commentaries on the products. Specifically, were they worth buying or not?
Let’s dive right into it!
I never really understood Malaysian stocks. Like, I know how to get them and all, but I don’t get them. I don’t know how to answer, ‘Which Malaysian stocks should I buy?’
(For the record, this is how you get Malaysian stocks: open a CDS account, add some money, buy the stocks you want at the price you want and keep it until you want to sell it)
This went on for a while until someone from Asukabu commented on one of my posts and mentioned the app. You can learn about Malaysian stocks, he said. I’m like, okay, sure I like learning, I’ll try it out.
Using Asukabu to survey Malaysian stocks
There was this lightbulb moment as I was using the Asukabu app. It kinda clicked after that. Ohhh, that’s how you select a company, from a million* companies out there.
I notice that these things happen to people who are good with money. Not saying I’m that great (OK OK only), but I try. They are based on personal experience and anecdotes collected from various personal finance-related forums, blogs and other sources online.
These are meant to be humourous, so don’t take them too seriously!