When I was an undergraduate in university, I had to take a couple of free elective modules and I decided to challenge myself and take something radically different and beyond my major of business and finance: Philosophy. I did a total of 3 electives that include General Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, and Moral Philosophy, taught by … Continue reading Learning like Dr Feynman, & Renaissance Technologies?…
Jim Leitner is the greatest macro trader you’ve never heard of. He was once a currency expert on Wall Street, pulling billions from the markets, but now he plays the game through his own family office. Leitner understands the Macro Ops “go anywhere” mentality better than any other trader: Global macro is the willingness to… via … Continue reading Insights from Successful Macro Investor James Leitner!
In the Mediterranean in May 1954, warships of the Royal Navy gave a 21-gun salute to Britain's new monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, who was on-board the private vessel, the Royal Yacht Britannia, returning from a global tour of Britain's realm. The ceremony was glorious, and was a demonstration of naval power reminiscent of the origins … Continue reading The End of Pax Americana?
Investor Lawrence Creatura recently published a book where he shared his insights from more than 2-decades worth of valuable experience. The author titled his book: 'Long & Short: Confessions of a Portfolio Manager'. Reading such books allows one to shorten the learning curve by learning from the experience of others, so I decided to give the book … Continue reading Review of ‘Long & Short: Confessions of a Portfolio Manager’
The most famous investor of the world released his widely-anticipated letter to his shareholders last weekend. I typically enjoy reading Mr Buffett's letters as its sprinkled with bits of business wisdom and management tips allover, wrapped with his casual-like tone and occasional humour. Here are some of my main takeaways from the CEO of Berkshire … Continue reading My takeaways from Warren Buffett’s latest letter