Fun(ds) Investing was born…

Yesterday, my team conducted our first webinar on investment, a private session. I used to be lost and clueless when it comes to investments, as I listened to monthly updates from Sani Hamid and Victor Wong back in Financial Alliance. I only started to focus on investment in late 2018, reading and understanding. Moving toContinue reading “Fun(ds) Investing was born…”

Why traders should stay invested amid the market’s latest downturn

Perhaps you’ve read The world’s largest wealth management explains why traders should stay invested amid the market’s latest downturn – and offers 3 specific recommendations from Markets Insider. Quoting a colleague in the industry: Last Friday’s hotly discussed investment topic: Will the sell-off from tech continue and spill-over to other sectors or it is merelyContinue reading “Why traders should stay invested amid the market’s latest downturn”

“Do high yield bonds have a high default rate during a recession?”

The following is my answer to a Quora question: “Do high yield bonds have a high default rate during a recession?” Yes. These bonds have a lower credit rating, meaning they are not investment grade bonds. These bonds are not rated corporate papers, or sovereign bonds. Their underlying issuer either has a weak financial position,Continue reading ““Do high yield bonds have a high default rate during a recession?””

Preparing for a Post-Pandemic Economy – 2nd Half 2020 Market Outlook

According to World Meter tracking of coronavirus, we have passed 5 million cases of the infection, with over 350,000 death. Even then, we know these numbers are massively under-reported since many countries do not have the means to test much of their population. When we consider the expected deaths of select countries against actual deaths,Continue reading “Preparing for a Post-Pandemic Economy – 2nd Half 2020 Market Outlook”

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