While appreciating the tranquility of the forest beside a stream, the wise and veteran samurai tells the young warrior: ‘If you sit by the river long enough, the bodies of your enemies will float by’ I’ve long wondered what this quote meant, but I think I’ve finally figured it out. It is a quote about … More Thoughts on the market selloff
Keanchan.com will be going on hiatus in 2020, as I’ll be focusing more on: improving my technical competencies and learning new skills. working on new trading strategies and augmenting my framework on macro and global markets. my wedding and a new phase in life. But it’s not the end. I’ll be back in 2021 to … More Going on hiatus in 2020
2019 has been an eventful year for me and I hope it has been for you too. I’ve learned a great deal, made new friends and grown both in professional and personal capacities. As the year winds to a close, here’s a list of articles that I’ve read this year and found to be insightful: … More The best articles I’ve read in 2019
One of the most enjoyable things you can do on earth is to be in a bamboo garden. The beauty of a bamboo garden enthralls the senses. It isn’t just the greenery that is serene, but the mathematical, node-like structure of the plant is aesthetically pleasant to the eyes. The mild rustling of leaves as … More Changing your habits is essential to getting the results you want. Here’s how
When I was in London in June, I managed to catch the acclaimed American musical Hamilton amidst a relatively tight schedule and a cold summer rain. To be honest, I haven’t heard of it until a couple of people brought it up to me when I told them I was headed for the U.K. earlier … More Our subconscious desires could be a danger to the investing process – a reflection from Hamilton
Some of my best trades and investments since I started dabbling in financial markets came from investing in entire single countries that have fallen out of favour and holding them for a period of time until they become popular among investors again. What were some of them? My investments in Argentinian equities back in late-2015 … More Greece – turning the corner?
The Fourth of May is commonly known in modern day pop culture as ‘Star Wars Day’. It is a catchphrase among Star Wars fans and geeks, and they greet each other with the longer phrase ‘May the Fourth be with you‘, using ‘Fourth’ as a pun for ‘the Force’, which is the name of the … More Trade Deal? The Chinese may not fold yet