Friday, January 20, 2017

Donald Trump becomes President Today, what should investors DO NOW?

US President-Elect Donald Trump will be inaugurated officially as the President of the United States later today United States time. The position of the US President is always thought to be the position of the most powerful person on earth. Inevitably so. And we have read and heard of President Trump’s views on China, TPP, Climate change and NATO. Some of Trump’s views seem strong. The question is whether these will translate into formal US positions? And if so, what are the larger implications to global economies and to global stocks markets?

Thursday, January 19, 2017

How has this investment of mine perform?

In January last year, I deposited a good amount of monies in a one-year fixed deposit of a bank offering interest rate of close to 2%. That was at a time when banks were dangling carrots of higher interest rates to retail savers. A year now, from what I have been reading, the fixed-term interests have not been as appealing as those a year ago. Overall, though the interest earned from my fixed deposit a year ago is very very humble, I am satisfied as it is an investment without the risks associated with equities. It is a diversification strategies of putting one’s monies in different investment vehicles. It is a strategy of a low risk, low return on one’s savings.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

EIGHT STOCKS for CHINESE NEW YEAR

Customary for every Chinese New Year, Singapore Stocks Investing will discuss the Singapore stocks which investors can consider for the Chinese New Year. Unlike the stock picks where it comes to a brand new year which are driven by analysts, the stock picks for the Chinese New Year are mostly based on forecasts by Fengshui experts. For this post, let me discuss MY very own take of stocks to consider for Chinese New Year.

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