At ChatWithTraders.com, there's a whole lot of wonderful interviews of successful traders/investors done via podcasts. It is an invaluable source of insights and a great asset to many of us actively involved in the markets! While I've earlier reviewed the podcast with Dario Mofardin, this episode with Kevin Muir is another one helpful to anyone learning … Continue reading Trading Lessons From The Macro Tourist (Kevin Muir)
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Lessons from Soros’ Quantum Fund! Part II
In the first article of this series, we covered the philosophy and mindset of Soros' Quantum Fund. We learnt about (i) Soros' belief of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, (ii) his attitudes towards risks (that its omnipresent and has to be managed in relative and subjective degrees), and (iii) his ruthless obsession about the bottom line. In this … Continue reading Lessons from Soros’ Quantum Fund! Part II
Betting on the Czech Koruna & the Mundell-Fleming Trilemma
Foreign exchange rates are notoriously difficult to predict over the short term, because there's a great deal of volume traded across the world by many various players (governments, corporations, individuals, etc) for all sorts of reasons. However, they are easier to see over a longer term period as they are the reflection of the interactions of … Continue reading Betting on the Czech Koruna & the Mundell-Fleming Trilemma
Investing in an age of populism…
2016's been accepted as a watershed year: a year where we saw a rise in populism in the West. There's been countless articles and commentaries written on this rather (un)eventful year, so I shall not add to the existing pile. As global macro investors, we are well aware that developments in the political realm can lead to changes … Continue reading Investing in an age of populism…
‘Carmen’ by the New York City Opera… & behavioural finance lessons?
What has George Bizet's "Carmen" got to do with investing and behavioural finance? That was what my mind conceived when I attended an event organised by the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) Association and R.G. Niederhoffer Capital Management at Raffles Hotel on a lovely Wednesday evening in early November. All the way from Manhattan, the New York … Continue reading ‘Carmen’ by the New York City Opera… & behavioural finance lessons?
Reflexivity detected in Financial Markets – look out!
The famous investor George Soros is well-known for a theory of his known as 'Reflexivity'. He has used this theory of his as a framework to manage his investment firm and to build a fortune over the years from the financial markets. So what exactly is Reflexivity? Here's the man himself explaining it in his … Continue reading Reflexivity detected in Financial Markets – look out!
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