An excerpt from a week's journal: 20 August 2018: Observations & Thoughts Today was generally a risk-on environment, with Chinese equity indexes leading the way in Asia Pacific (Japan and South Korea lagged). Indian equities continued to climb higher. The Yuan has also somewhat stabilised and has strengthened against the USD since last week. Chinese … Continue reading Weekly Observations: Central Bankers as Gamemasters
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Are Grains bottoming out?
Over the past 2 decades, a more interconnected and intertwined world have allowed capital to flow easily across borders, leading to rising correlations among asset classes that were once thought to be totally disconnected or unrelated to one another. One such area is the grain market, where the increasing usage of bio-fuels as well as … Continue reading Are Grains bottoming out?
Deleveraging crisis ahead?
In 2008, (most) people all around the world were caught up in a rude shock as they see one of the worst financial crisis crashed upon the shores of their countries. Equity markets everywhere crashed, millions of jobs disappeared and banks all around the world had to be bailed out by governments. Even the British Queen (Elizabeth … Continue reading Deleveraging crisis ahead?
Learning from a King of Wall Street – Michael Steinhardt’s autobiogaphy
Investor Michael Steinhardt stands out heads and shoulders among all of the many numerous professional money managers that Wall Street has ever produced. He's amazing track record of generating double-digit average annualised returns over a period of almost 3 decades (28 years to be exact) has made him and his clients a tremendous amount of money - a … Continue reading Learning from a King of Wall Street – Michael Steinhardt’s autobiogaphy