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5 cool tips by Chhun Bory

5 cool tips by Chhun Bory

How to understand the CSX
Recently, there’s been a boom in the Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX) when Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority listed the nation’s first ever initial public offering last month. While some are still unsure about the CSX, others remain curious. To find out more, read the Post’s business section Monday to Friday. Or, go online at or check out the official CSX website at You can send any questions you may have to our volunteer trainer and analyst manager at [email protected].

How to make a good investment on the CSX
First, set a goal: know how much capital you have as start-up and how much you need to gain from the investment. Next, make sure you’re knowledgeable and stay up-to-date. Learn as much as you can about finance to be prepared. Also, it’s vital to follow information and financial reports from the company you’ve invested in. All companies that list on the CSX share their profits and other necessary information with the public, so this will give you an opportunity to make comparisons and assess risk. Remember: the higher return you want, the higher risk you take.

How to choose the right university
Choosing the best university for you doesn’t only depend on your skills and abilities in academia, but also the major in which you decide to pursue. In Cambodia, like many other countries, certain universities are tailored to accommodate certain majors. For example, if you want to pursue fine arts, then your best option is a university that focuses on the arts. If you haven’t yet decided on a major, don’t worry – you can still study hard to qualify for a reputable university, which will cultivate your skills in all areas.

How to get ready for a party
Parties are a special occasion that don’t come every-day, so it’s worth getting yourself looking good. First, while you’re getting ready, keep in mind what kind of party you’re going to. Depending on the age group or whether it’s professional or between friends, you’ll be dressing differently. Next, think about what will make you stand out from the rest of the crowd. Aside from clothes, take care to make your hair nice and find an attractive fragrance. And don’t forget to be on time!

How to keep your face fresh
Here’s the perfect tip for those trying to stay beautiful and radiant: to make your face smooth, start a daily regimen of applying BB Cream. BB Cream is a lotion that can cover blemishes and dark spots. Also, it protects from harmful UV rays. Both men and women can use the cream. It’s convenient, too, because instead of wasting time with slathering on make-up, you can just quickly glide on some BB Cream.


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