Tag Archive: POPULISM

Locker Room Talk : Trump’EM Down but Not Out for Singapore

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  Brexit times five or Brexit times ten ? Feels like that moment in that Rocky movie with Stallone floored, bruised and bloodied. And we have been warned on Brexit by Moody’s and… Continue reading

Market Thoughts : The US Fed and The Welcome Change of Tact

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Photo courtesy of Mr K.C., Boston.   Playing to forget Drowzee (rare Pokemon) markets with volatility grinding to a halt until Fed chair Yellen spoke on Friday to give world markets direction from… Continue reading

Imagine An Asset Light Model Into The US Presidentials

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photo courtesy of Ms Jeannie Tan, wildlife photographer, SF.   Modern leap years all have the following in common – The US Presidential elections, the summer and winter Olympic Games and the European… Continue reading

Ad Hoc Commentary – the European elections

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The most important elections from the capital flight standpoint is the European elections that runs from May 22 to May 25, 2014. Election results will trickle in from Sun night itself. The recent… Continue reading

Anger, Anger, Everywhere, Nor Any Drop To Drink

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There is a lot of anger in the world today, from the big men and women to the little people. For the little people, the anger arises from social inequality which is threatening… Continue reading

PART ONE : 800 MILLION DOLLARS AND A SMILE FOR SINGAPOREANS

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My head busy is swimming with many threads of thoughts, so I thought writing should help me unravel some of them and make some sense of all these inputs and data. This is… Continue reading

Populism And PSLE In Singapore

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There were tears yesterday when I saw some kids’ faces. Bright and intelligent children who had expectations and were expected to make the grade for this IP or IB system with their PSLE… Continue reading