Year-to-date, the US Dollar has weakened against many currencies, including the Japanese Yen, the Swiss Franc and commodity currencies like the Canadian, Australian and New Zealand Dollars. This weakness has led to some commentators saying that the USD's rise since 2014 is now over. However, there exists a high probability that the greenback may roar back to … Continue reading The Greenback’s bull run may not be over… yet
Month: Jul 2016
Robert Kuok – lessons from a business magnate
Wilmar International. Shangri-La Hotels. Kerry Group. PACC Offshore Services... These are just some famous companies under his business empire. Billionaire Robert Kuok is an internationally well-known business figure, and his presence is almost everywhere, whether its helping Coca Cola to distribute their beverages in China or delivering edible oil and refined sugar to various countries throughout Southeast … Continue reading Robert Kuok – lessons from a business magnate
Interested in Global Macro Investing? This course may help!
Just like myself, you may have heard of the term "global macro" before, and may be unsure of what it exactly means. And you have every right to be unsure. There aren't many resources and material out there for one to find out more (think of all the numerous amounts of books/courses on value investing), … Continue reading Interested in Global Macro Investing? This course may help!
4 Biases that hinder us from investing successfully!
Investment strategist and author James Montier has something to say to investors: you may be your own enemy! In his book 'The Little Book of Behavioral Investing', Montier talks about behavioural finance and highlights psychological pitfalls that we tend to make on our investment journey. Here are 4 biases that hinder us from being successful investors: … Continue reading 4 Biases that hinder us from investing successfully!
Something’s melting Down Under
"Don't worry about the world ending today, it's already tomorrow in Australia" ~ Charles Schulz Australia is a beautiful country, blessed with abundant resources and natural wealth, and was once an important outpost of Imperialist Britain in the Far East a century ago during the Victorian Era - forging an identity for the basis of the … Continue reading Something’s melting Down Under
My thoughts on Brexit – and its implications
While a ton has been said on the United Kingdom's European Union (EU) referendum results since the 23rd of June, I will explain 2 major implications that I personally feel could lead to several, long-lasting effects across the world as we know it, as well as some implications that they could have on the investment … Continue reading My thoughts on Brexit – and its implications