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BOH-HOR$E-RUN

Committed to simplify complex financial investment insights 

for men and women in the streets

This site is operated by myself, Joseph Boh. (Boh or No Horse Run is a familiar tongue -in-cheek slang used widely in Singapore. Literally translated from a hokkien phrase "无马跑“,“No horse can run” basically means peerless competition, or best of the best.  

As a licensed financial advisor, I am committed to share no horsing around, honest, neutral , unbiased, easy-to-understand information on financial products with all my site visitors.

Opinions expressed are solely my own and do not express the views or opinions of my employer.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“Bohorserun articles are easy to read and understand. I never knew before that it is actually possible to start an investment with as little as the price of a chicken on mutual funds. One main reason that I like about mutual funds is that I can rely on the experts to do the research and analysis on which company to invest, while i can have a peace of mind considering my occupation. Personally, I do not think that I will have the time to do these tedious work.”

— Javier Low

June 2019

Bohorserun

Financial Information blog

ABOUT "BOH"

Fresh out of school in the 90's, I started my career in the military. Being slightly inconvenienced with a colour differentiation deficiency (some call it colour blind), I was only left with the option of donning the amour of green, which I am still proud to wear till today. After leaving the army as an "encik", I embarked on my next journey as a financial advisor. In the years of customer engagements, I have encountered numerous questions, most of which are similar in nature and of a similar intention; which is - What can I do today so that I can have enough in the future so that I can retire with a peace of mind?

I began to realise the financial products literature can be intimidatingly confusing for the average man (or woman) on the streets. 

This is exactly what I intent this site to achieve. 

TO SIMPLIFY COMPLEX FINANCIAL INFORMATION IN A WAY THAT AN AVERAGE JOE (and JANE) CAN UNDERSTAND