Of course you expect a detailed review of a currency to be on www.wikipedia.com It provides a very good background information on the currency, it’s history and basically just how it came into being. This is a good source for those seeking initial information about the Singapore dollar, and can be very helpful to scholars seeking in-depth descriptions of the country and the currency. However, if you are simply looking for where to invest in and why, then you may want to look probably just a little further because, well, you may find some of the terms to be just jargon and dissatisfying. But the beauty of wikipedia is that it is frequently updated by different experts.
www.x-rates.com is another site that basically gives information on the current exchange rates of various currencies. It is relatively well maintained and updated frequently enough so that you can be up to date as to where exactly the Singapore dollar stands in relation to other world currencies. But let me warn you, these are just tables, no much talk.
If you are looking for the most recent news on the Singapore dollar among other currencies, then you may want to befriend the official business week site at www.businessweek.com. Here, you will get the latest news and trends along with expert articles to help you make that all important investment decision.
www.exchange-rates.org is the site for you if what you want is just what the exchange rates of the Singapore dollar against the common world currencies are. Bookmark it and you can stay up to date with the ever changing world of currencies.
Another very interesting site is www.gocurrency,com . This is indeed a resourceful site. Informative and interesting articles are available on this site, mainly talking about the Singapore currency and it’s status. What’s more, you can get pretty good insight into where exactly to put your money if you intend to invest in the Singapore economy.
Even as you look at these sites and their very encouraging articles, no one (especially not me) can tell you for sure that what is in there is gospel truth. You still need sober advice from your financial consultant before you make any move. But this is not to say that these sites are any less resourceful. Neither is to discredit their work. My point is that you need to be very informed, right?
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