As the trade war between the US and China is cooling off, global stock markets have been all rushing to the top without taking a breath. This has made those who missed the opportunity to jump in during the big pull back caused by Trump’s accidental tweeting greatly disappointed. However, I have to assure … Continue reading Preparing for a Better Future
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?
In October Market Outlook article, I have mentioned the Malaysia market index has shown an obvious bearish direction and wasn’t looking very bright in the near future. In that article, I have called those who are not so certain the Malaysia economy can sustain external headwind may opt to quit Malaysia market at the rebound … Continue reading Malaysia Market Outlook
With the announcement of the latest interest rate cut for the consecutive third time of the year 2019, US equity market indexes have all welcomed the decision. And two of them, Nasdaq and S&P 500 have charted new historical heights firmly into new territories (Chart A). (Chart A) US stock market charted into new historical … Continue reading Exciting Events to Watch After Another Rate Cut
It was an exciting week we have just experienced as far as market fireworks are concerned. In the previous week, we saw the little market drop after the Fed announcement of an interest rate cut and followed by Trump kicked off trade war battle for another round of tariff hike by 10% against Chinese imported good … Continue reading After China Being Labeled as Currency Manipulator, What is Next then?
Something peculiar is unfolding in the stock market expectation at this moment in human history. I sense there might have a tremendous opportunity opening for us if this weird expectation continues to develop. Every sensible investor knows that the US economy is doing substantially well or better than all other global economies. The US economic … Continue reading Weird Market Expectation: July Market Watch
With the halt of negotiation talk from the Chinese representatives expressed on Friday, trade war fear escalation was again thrown into focus. China markets represented by Shanghai Composite index dropped immediately down 2.45% after such news on Friday, May 17th. All major US equity markets were not spared from such new development; all were down … Continue reading Is Global Recession Inevitably Coming?