Category Archive: Views & Commentaries

Opportunities in Natural Disasters and Recovery

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taken from Pixabay   Hurricane Harvey poised to be the second most costliest catastrophe in history Most serious monsoon floods in 40 years for India, Nepal and Bangladesh Insurance stocks fell while auto… Continue reading

E-Transitions In Our Lives – K-Pop, Sex Dolls and Empty Malls

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Source : Wallpaper.Wiki     Our lives are in e-transtition as we switch to online grocery shopping, watching movies from our iPads Beggars are taking mobile payments as our favourite malls lie empty… Continue reading

Total Eclipse and the Market Crashes

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The summer stock rally is finally losing its resilience Russell 2000 Index has fallen below its 200 day moving average Depression is now the world’s most widespread disease Politics, terrorism, debt and despair… Continue reading

The Great Singapore Bond Market Bail-In – Ezion Holdings and gang

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  Only 4 Companies in SGD Shipping Space Spared of Restructuring In February, DBS CEO Signals Bank May Be Past Worst of Energy Loan Problems “You can walk out of here, you won’t… Continue reading

SG 52 : Amazon Prime Has Arrived, Welcome To The Future

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Danger lurks if you are driving in the CBD on weekends from recent experience with roads chock-a-block full of private hire vehicles, pulling up abruptly along curbsides and weaving through traffic as if… Continue reading

It’s Obscene – Let Them Buy Real Estate, We Buy Real Estate Companies

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Market Bash : It’s An Obscene End To July It makes sense to end the month of July on an obscene high rather than a low because we have mostly forgotten what Low… Continue reading

Numbed by Politics, Numbed by Markets and Numb by Linkin Park

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Political Bash : Is there anywhere in the world you can feel safe these days? Not in China where their second richest man and owner of their largest real estate company, Wang Jianlin,… Continue reading

Dog Days For The US Dollar and Other Thoughts

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Dog Days of Summer – “the hot, sultry days of summer. They were historically the period following the heliacal rising of the star Sirius, which Greek and Roman astrology connected with heat, drought,… Continue reading

Welcome, 1% SIBOR. It Is For Real This Time.

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Appetide Cafe   It is Oxley on our minds this week when you can have the free papers devoting 10 pages to the Oxley saga that I am ashamed to admit I little… Continue reading

Hello July 2017 and Remembering The 1997 Asian Crisis

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Midsummer has passed and long hot days are back to haunt us, drain the spirit and enfeeble the mind. Over lunch with a friend, we could not wait to pour out our grief… Continue reading