How a Singaporean Auntie Traded GameStop

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This post first appeared on hnworth.com on Feb 1, 2021   “No Time to Die” has been delayed for release again until October 8 this year but for us observers on the side,… Continue reading

2021 Outlook: Submarines, Zebras, the 20-20-Won Dystopia

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This post was first published on hnworth.com on Jan 18, 2021.   The top 3 words readers of the Washington Post had to say about 2020 are Exhausting, Lost and Chaotic; but the… Continue reading

2021 Singapore Corporate Bonds : The End of an Era or Endgame?

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This post first appeared on hnworth.com on Jan 4, 2021.   Laughing and crying into the new year, wishing we could cling onto the incredible markets of 2020 yet wishing the end to… Continue reading

To Trust or Not to Trust, is not the question, it is Antitrust!

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It is too much “blackbox” technology for us as we cursed at the GPS that went rogue on us, nearly causing a traffic accident, when its “voice” broke up and barked a sudden… Continue reading

Market Thoughts : Roses are red, Violets are blue, We’re outta here, Won’t wait for you

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For the right and, mostly, wrong reasons, Wuhan will go down as forever taboo in history. Call it COVID-19 or what you want but kids just term it “the Wuhan” in urban lingo.… Continue reading

Ushering in a New Zodiac Cycle with the Rat and a Virus Equals Keep Calm and Carry On

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中国加油 ! Coronavirus Sunday Report 45 more deaths, 2,590 new cases reported across China, bringing totals to 14,380 infected, 304 dead The results bring the nationwide number of cases to 14,380 and the… Continue reading

Welcome to the Roaring Twenties. Are You Ready For It?

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“If you look back at the stock market over the past 350 years, you’ll find that in each Century, the Twenties have always enjoyed bull markets in equities; this rings true for the… Continue reading

2019 and Dumbing Us Down Softly With Their Song

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2019 and the end of a decade which has left most of us more stressed out, confused and overwhelmed by markets than ever for a decade that ended with a big bang, leaving… Continue reading

Singapore Corporate Bonds : Wishing Us Good Luck into the New Decade

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Coming to a very quiet end of another decade in the Singapore corporate bond market and we cannot be faulted for wondering where 2019 went because we are going out on whimper with… Continue reading

Op Ed : Mental health, stress, privacy and fear in the world of Big Tech

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It’s that time of the year again, logging onto Facebook and checking out that “friendly” race to see who is having the most exotic or expensive or happiest holiday of all them photos… Continue reading