Disclaimer: If you have yet to catch Warner Bro’s $737.5 million Box Office Thriller, JOKER, this article contains spoilers. Don’t say we didn’t tell you so.
Now that we are done with the necessary disclaimer, allow us to provide a new perspective of JOKER…
Poor Joker, Good For Box Office
Starred by Joaquin Phoenix, Joker is a psychological thriller that revolves around party clown, and aspiring stand-up comedian, Arthur Fleck in the year 1981.
In a city manifested with crime, poverty, and unemployment, Arthur Fleck (the Joker), found himself in a rather undesirable position of having to take care of his sickly mother, Penny, while juggling his job as a party clown.
On top of that, Arthur was diagnosed with a medical condition that caused him to burst into uncontrollable laughter at the most inappropriate times. Those who’ve watched the movie will empathise with his financial condition, and how poverty, coupled with bad luck and society’s unrelenting judgment, led him to get fired from his job.
Later on, when Joker uncovered the truth about Penny and his childhood, he was driven to a state of insanity, leading up to a chain of rampant murders, and a revolution that led him to be one of Batman’s greatest villains.
We get it.
Casting Joker to be sad and poor is good for the box office. Jokers’ descent to madness is reasonable, and his appalling circumstance compels us to feel deeply for him.
This may just be the reason why Joker is set to break Box Office records. With the film currently standing at an astonishing $737.5 million, sad, poor Joker is actually good money for the Box Office.
What If Joker Was Supposed To Be Rich?
What if we told you that Joker was supposed to be rich?
Another disclaimer: Some of the scenes and storyline below differs from the actual movie. This is because Seedly edited some of these graphics for this article. It is not a 100% representation of the movie.
Hence, you should still watch the movie.
You see, Joker has never been someone who is really good with his finances.
A quick look at his suit will tell you so.
Joker, in his very expensive suit.
And there’s more to it.
This looks like an ordinary photo of Joker.
But look closer.
“HOW CAN THIS BE ALLOWED??!”
You see, holding on to your first savings account is a “crime”. By not being on a bank account that gives you a higher interest rate can hurt you financially.
Worst case scenario, it drives you to insanity.
Should Joker have a bit more savings to get by, all the chaos could have been avoided. We are not saying that the old POSB Savings Account is not a good place to park your savings. But this case, he could have jumped on a higher interest account from the same bank, such as DBS Multiplier to enjoy the fullest benefit of interest rate return.
It all boils down to ONE SIMPLE DECISION.
Seedly Wants To Prevent The Birth Of The Next Joker
We are going to stop fooling around and dive straight to the new product we have launched.
Switching to a Savings Account with a higher interest rate can reduce the impact of inflation on our wallet.
But we realised how PAINFUL a process it can be.
There are so many different ways of calculating the interest rate for the various savings accounts AND comparing all of them. Want users to compare everything themselves? YOU MUST BE JOKING!
Finding the best savings account shouldn’t be rocket science. Ultimately, it is our savings we are talking about here!
Seedly Savings Account Calculator
“We are all clowns.”
Not anymore! With the newly launched Seedly Savings Account Calculator, you can now find the Best Savings Account in a matter of seconds.
Find The Best Savings Account For You
Comparing across 7 high-interest Savings Account:
- DBS Multiplier
- BOC Smart Saver
- CIMB Fast saver
- UOB One
- Maybank Saveup
- OCBC 360
- SCB Bonus saver
- SCB Jumpstart
All you need to do is key in your information and the tool calculates the interest rate per year, before picking out the best savings account for you.
Disclaimer: Do note that numbers are not 100% accurate because we are unable to cater to every single profile of users. The numbers calculated are a rough gauge, enough for you to compare which one’s best for you. Please also make sure that you are eligible for applying for the different savings account!
The Seedly Savings Account Calculator is hard work of the engineering and design team at Seedly.
The entire process saw one of our Engineers close to graduating with a Masters in Mathematics from all the calculations.
“Big Thank You to Sheng Hong for taking one for the team, while the rest preserve our brain cells for this article.”
Source of cover photo: IMDb together with Seedly’s edit