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
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
Thank President of the US, Donald Trump for making a commotion last week that has thrown the global market into a little turmoil last week. He twisted that he is prepared the signing of the trade agreement with China even after his election next year. US markets dropped sharply after his message, taking a hint … Continue reading Buy Low, Sell High，its Principle and Practice
When I have just started learning to invest, there were advises I learned over my reading. One of the advises said news and analytical reports sometimes are not accurate. They can serve as a distraction for your investment. No one really can predict market direction and its future with accuracy. It is better to hide … Continue reading Brainless Strategy Sometimes Really Works
Gold movement was advocated as one of the most significant observations last week. I have mentioned that gold price movement will greatly depend on USD movement. If the USD movement is contended within side way of its channel, gold will move sideway accordingly. However, last week, USD has unexpectedly move up above its immediate previous … Continue reading How to Handle Gold’s Sinking Crisis?
Previous Week, we have noticed bond fund was dropping under the fear of Malaysia Government bond being kicked out of the FTSE Russell World Bond Index, which will eventually cause a massive exodus of capital fund from Malaysia. At that time, we were not sure why bond investors had such a fear and started running … Continue reading Did We Make a Mistake?
If you have been watching your “crop,” you would have noticed the Malaysian bond fund has been dropping consistently since 17th September (Tues). Commentators may have noticed there is an outflow of foreign funds from the Malaysia bond market, but no one really knows for sure the cause of it. So far, there is no … Continue reading How to Tackle Bond Drop Crisis