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(spot me in the picture!)

 

I am Nothing, merely His trumpet.

 

Father to a cheeky and cheerful little boy with a huge ego in his small body. Husband to a superwoman.

 

I love freedom, diversity and adventure.

 

I like creating things from scratch.

 

I frequently think about going places for the first time, collecting wooden horses, drinking single malt whisky, shooting hoops, rollerblading, cycling, teeing off, building domes, watching missus decorate home, going on Ducati road trips, leading a digital nomadic lifestyle, naming a boat after my father, skippering sailing yachts, meditating to inner peace, practicing fengshui, going on a route66 roadtrip, paying Amazon & building my library, being a good husband, father and son.

 

I’m working on being healthy, to spend quality time with loved ones and to do my part for society.

 

Worked as trader and portfolio manager. Worked in big messy investment bank, small driven hedge fund (briefly) and conservative government agency.

 

Started a business during Freshmen year to design and manufacture laptop sleeves. Products were distributed both online and through physical stores on consignment.

 

Started an educational business providing Mathematics tuition for students aged 7-18 years through our tuition centre. We also conducted Mathematics enrichment courses for Singapore public schools.

 

Started a company developing trading software for retail traders globally. We secured partnership with forex brokers including FXCM (FXCM:US), Gain Capital (GCAP:US), IronFX and FXDD. Thereafter we monetized efforts by acquiring clients and sharing trading commissions generated with our software.

 

Jay Ng
jay.ng[@]cantab.net

You can find me on various social platforms:

  • Linkedin – for business contacts!
  • Twitter – some links and commentaries, sometimes.
  • Instagram – trying hard to increase my limited # of posts 🙂
  • Facebook – for friends!

“It takes a lot of hard work to make something simple, to truly understand the underlying challenges and come up with elegant solutions.” – Steve Jobs

 

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.” – Albert Einstein

 

“Pain is weakness leaving the body.” – U.S. Marine Corp

 

“自強不息 厚德載物” – 李嘉誠座右銘

 

“Mundus transit et concupiscentia eius – the world and its desires pass away” – Corpus Clock inscription

 

God wants us to have soft hearts and hard feet. The trouble with so many of us is that we have hard hearts and soft feet. – Jackie Pullinger