Chin Xi Yuan, founder of the blog No Money Lah, uses TikTok to answer questions on topics like robo-advisers and dividends. Photo: Handout Chin Xi Yuan, founder of the blog No Money Lah, uses TikTok to answer questions on topics like robo-advisers and dividends. Photo: Handout
Chin Xi Yuan, founder of the blog No Money Lah, uses TikTok to answer questions on topics like robo-advisers and dividends. Photo: Handout
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TikTok for trading tips? Millennials and Generation Z find their investment muse

  • Young investors have flocked to the platform for investment guidance, with videos carrying investing or finance hashtags drawing hundreds of millions of viewers
  • Although finance experts have warned about unlicensed investment ‘gurus’ on TikTok, others are using the platform to give basic financial advice

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Chin Xi Yuan, founder of the blog No Money Lah, uses TikTok to answer questions on topics like robo-advisers and dividends. Photo: Handout Chin Xi Yuan, founder of the blog No Money Lah, uses TikTok to answer questions on topics like robo-advisers and dividends. Photo: Handout
Chin Xi Yuan, founder of the blog No Money Lah, uses TikTok to answer questions on topics like robo-advisers and dividends. Photo: Handout
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