Important Lessons Learned from Coronavirus Crisis


News on the Wuhan Coronavirus crisis was at its worst last weekend. At that time, the virus cases have drastically increased both in China and in foreign countries. There were even the first two death cases reported outside of China. Coronavirus statistical updates were like a storm that hit the media. All people on the … Continue reading Important Lessons Learned from Coronavirus Crisis

How to Strategize the Epidemic Rocking Weeks


As we have entered the second week of the coronavirus outbreak, the severity has emerged much deeper than what has been expected initially. Though there were good and encouraging corporate earnings reports revealed last week in the US, but the market indexes were all have been suppressed and was presented a negative return at the … Continue reading How to Strategize the Epidemic Rocking Weeks

Will the Stock Market Catch the Flu this round?


With the US confirmed to have a second person infected with coronavirus in Chicago last Friday, the stock market retrieved substantially. S&P 500 index has the worst one day drop since October last year (Chart A).  Even though the World Health Organization did not decide the current coronavirus a global health emergency on the last … Continue reading Will the Stock Market Catch the Flu this round?

Entering Market at the Most Delusive Week


As I have mentioned in previous article, the conflict between Iran and the US may not bring down the market. The reason for my prediction was the inability for Iran to fight back with enough strength that will threaten the US market with fear. In that article, I pointed out that investor should avoid aiming … Continue reading Entering Market at the Most Delusive Week

The 10% Strategy


For a conservative investor, the greatest despair is missing good opportunity to invest. The intention of a conservative investor is to play safe. He doesn’t want to take too high a risk that ends up losing his capital. Patient is his motto of investment. Sometimes, patience doesn’t pay. The more a conservative investor waits, the … Continue reading The 10% Strategy

After Signing the First Phase Trade Agreement, Now What?


President Trump finally has signed the phase one trade war truce with China on Thursday, December 12th, 2019. After the release of the news, US markets flew off and never looked back ever since.  Some of the most significant questions conservative investors are asking now are such as, what is the significance? Does it signify … Continue reading After Signing the First Phase Trade Agreement, Now What?

Emerging Market Funds


Several days ago, I have accidentally come across an investment recommended article highlighting where should we invest. The article suggested we should focus on emerging market. The reason is because whenever cheap money is available in the US, there is a tendency for the dollar to flow to this segment of the world economy. Since … Continue reading Emerging Market Funds