Equity markets are rallying even as the global economy continues to face major risks from debt problems in the United States and Europe.
In Singapore, a series of tough cooling measures have left a chilling effect on the market but analysts believe that prices will still rise.
In the midst of all these uncertainties, where should investors park their money at a time when inflation in Singapore is still rapidly rising?
These are some of the questions a group of financial commentators and experts from The Sunday Times and DBS Bank will look to answer in the second The Sunday Times Invest Seminar, to be held on March 23.
They will tackle a range of topics from the long-term macroeconomic outlook for Asian equities to ongoing currency wars and whether property is still worth buying.
DBS Private Bank chief investment officer Lim Say Boon will look at how to position investments for the next few years, given that the advanced economies are still plodding along.
This will be followed by a discussion on some of the main investing topics of the day.
The Straits Times Money Editor Lee Su Shyan tackles whether property investments are still worth a shot while DBS' senior currency economist Philip Wee looks at the implications of currency wars and the rise of the Chinese yuan.
Deputy Money Editor Dennis Chan will share his take on what kind of stock portfolio to build this year to get the most out of the stock market.
The event will be held at Stamford Ballroom, Fairmont Singapore, from 9am to 2pm.