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
Several days ago, one of my group members seeing the Gold price was dropping texted me a question asking whether she should take profit after the gold price has been running up so fast in so short a period. If you are familiar with stock investing, you might have heard the idiom says, “what goes … Continue reading Should We Take Gold Fund’s Profit Now?
Last week, global market led by the US markets has been dropping constantly, even beyond supporting lines. There seems to be a global bear market coming in. The decadal economic cycle curse is unarguably imminent. We might think that all investors should be running away from the market. However, it is very interesting to notice … Continue reading How to Handle Recent Market Rout?
Last week I accidental came across an investment coaching video entitled “How to Handle Market Volatility?” I thought this would be very helpful lesson when we are now in the midst of market extreme volatility. In fact I would say, it is a very good teaching. The gist of the lesson is during market volatile … Continue reading How to Handle Market Volatility?
I read a research article published by a unit trust business corporate not long ago. The article discussed about a finding of the result between active management of investment portfolio verses passive management. Active management was defined as someone who keeps on looking on market condition to invest. They come in and out of the … Continue reading The Peril of Professional Advise
Today is the last day of 2017. People from all over the world will be celebrating the end of 2017 and the coming of the first day of 2018 at midnight today. Time flies, those who have passed mid life would feel frightened because we are getting older. On the other hand, however, those who … Continue reading Investment Turning into 2018
2017 has been a tremendous year for investment especially at the first half of the year. Volatility has increased when we entered the second half of the year. Major market tremors were caused by geographical political tension created by North Korea nuclear weapon threats, China and India border conflicts, and a few major European countries’ … Continue reading Investment Outlook for 2018