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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

Part 2 on HENRY (High Earners Not Rich Yet)

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Loosely continued from last week… Private hire car stops abruptly in front forcing sharp braking, and he reverses so you can see the rude finger gesture and refuses to move until cars behind… Continue reading

Singapore’s HENRY Generation – High Earners Not Rich Yet

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A good friend was raging about her hospitalization insurance bill which SPIKED 40% higher (despite no claims for 12 years) which was a whopping $1k higher for both herself and her teenage son… Continue reading

A Bit on the Repo Market Fiasco, SOFR, SORA – Why It Matters But You Don’t Know Yet

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Absurdity rules the world as wildfires rage on all continents (Alaska, Congo, Greece, Indonesia, Amazon, Australia, Siberia etc) of the world except Antarctica and vapers are turning to cigarettes to wean themselves off… Continue reading

When We Grow Up and Get Retrenched, We Dream of Driving Grab

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There are times when we give thanks if the haze is all we have got to worry about because it is blazing away all over the world not just Indonesia that Brazil, under… Continue reading

Bond Markets are Ba-de-ya, Dancing into September

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Are we living in an artificial simulation? We can predict that will be the big question making headlines in the coming months as the world eagerly anticipates the reboot of the Matrix series… Continue reading

In Protest – What Markets and Riots Have in Common

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Fearful of being harassed on the roads and streets of Singapore, most recently by a mean-looking private hire black minivan which bore down fiercely, on high beam after a tiny preventive honk, a… Continue reading