Review of “How to Make Money with Global Macro”

After reviewing Greg Gliner’s “Global Macro Trading” earlier, I thought I’ll work my way on another book. There aren’t many books on global macro and macro investing out there, so Javier Gonzalez’s new book – “How to Make Money with Global Macro” naturally piped my interest to work through it. I got it via Fishpond.com, … More Review of “How to Make Money with Global Macro”

The “Decade of the Central Banks”

Throughout the history of financial markets, various colourful and interesting personalities are known to dominate various time periods, appearing as ‘wizards’ or narrative icons of dominating market trends in those times. Think about the 1980s for a moment. Both Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher were sworn into office in the United States and in Great Britain … More The “Decade of the Central Banks”

US Utilities: time to be cautious?

From the perspective of a long term investor, utilities’ stocks are generally viewed as low-risk and conservative investments (not hot or sexy or trendy). Why? Utility companies are capital-intensive, tend to operate under government regulations and licensing (which allows them to enjoy oligopolistic/monopolistic features) and provide services that are indispensable to the well-being of a … More US Utilities: time to be cautious?

Apple’s days of glory may be over

Recent news about Berkshire Hathaway’s disclosure of a stake in the world-renowned tech behemoth Apple have sparked the attention of both Wall Street and Main Street; probably because everyone was trying (or considering) to ‘bottom pick’ Apple’s shares after a -18% decline in its share price since mid-April this year. While everyone may be familiar with the … More Apple’s days of glory may be over