Conventionally, unit trust investment has been viewed as a passively kept investment vehicle by professional advice. The basic idea of unit trust investment is pulling all capital from retail investors and let professionally trained fund house officers to manage market fluctuation. The purpose is to help those who have money to invest stock market but … Continue reading Best Strategic Approach to Unit Trust Investment
The article on “Unit Trust Investment: a Better Choice than Stock” is recently getting to the top spot of reader’s attention. Up to today statistic, it has attracted 3,898 views since published on October 16th, 2017. It often appears in the “Recent Top View” article category amount hundreds of other articles in my blog website, … Continue reading What does it Mean Unit Trust Investment is Better than Stock Investment?
As the new year 2019 started, many economics, experts, commentators alike are very concern about economic health of the world. Many have predicted there will be a global growth slow down for the year 2019, but not a recession year. If we were to presume this prediction is correct, what is the consequence of market … Continue reading What does it Mean by “Global Growth Slow Down”?
Every investor knows that our bull market is in the late stage. However this late stage can last for years, if not several months. Everyone now is concerned exactly when will the end time of current bull market come. Experienced investors will know that bear market would not come suddenly out of no way. There … Continue reading Investing in a Topping Market
A year ago, Bitcoin was rising crazy like breaking through the roof. Someone asked me if Bitcoin collapsed, would it bring global economic crisis. I answered him with a confident “no”! When it collapsed, it would only bring disaster to its own sphere of influence. Global economy will not be affected in anywhere. However, if … Continue reading Bitcoin, Needle of the next Global Economic Bubble?
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Chinese market is well known as the world's second largest economy. Its Shanghai stock market is mostly watched by concerned investors and analysts. Since June 8, 2015, the index fell from the peak of 5,166.35. Ever since then, many analysts predicted there would be a hard landing crisis. But on January 25, 2016, it has … Continue reading China’s Internal Financial Investigation ~ Good, or Bad?