http://www.msn.com/en-sg/money/news...er-ipo/ar-BBDVKb6?li=BBr8Cnr&ocid=mailsignout Lee first invested in Razer in May 2007, then exercised a call option to buy more shares in September 2009. He sold a tranche of shares in 2016 during a corporate share buyback. All told, he should get paid at least $8.2 million from an initial investment of $300,000, a return of 27 times the capital invested. He always had a knack for picking a winner, according to Lee Kuan Yew in his book “Hard Truths to Keep Singapore Going:” “He’s good at investing, very shrewd. His mother would give him her money to invest. Most times, he invested wisely.” *** BG Lee Hsien Yang the best! Ho Ching sucks.