Dr Chan Yan Chong’s latest book, whose title translates to He Who Is Financially Free 4: Insights into Eight Big Profiting Opportunities in the Stock Market, has been published in January this year. This book is the fourth one in the series, and it sums up Dr Chan’s wisdom that allowed him to profit from the stock market.
During a recent radio interview, local stock analyst Gabriel Gan offered his insight of the trend of major markets in the world. Below is a summary of the key points he has covered.
Since the outbreak of the global financial crisis, numerous countries have reduced interest rates to stimulate economic growth, and some have even implemented a negative interest rate policy.
During a radio interview on 23rd May, local stock analyst Gabriel Gan offered his insight for several topics which concern small-time investors. We have summed up the main points of his interview as follows:
During a radio interview on May 9, renowned Singapore stock analyst Gabriel Gan offered investors an analysis of the trends in local and foreign stock markets. The following are the main takeaways.
As investors, we want to pick the good stocks, and some of us have devoted plenty of time and energy in doing so. But getting emotionally invested in our stock picks can be dangerous—some investors may become overly-attached to their investments.
From February 25 to March 4, the Straits Times Index (STI) saw an increase of over 200 points. The STI closed at 2,837 points on March 4, Friday, which is a considerably good performance. The STI then slightly declined to 2,823.51 points.
Sir Jon Cunliffe, Deputy Governor for Financial Stability of Bank of England, has recently given a speech during the British Property Federation Annual Residential Investment Conference in London. The theme of his speech: financial cycle and household debt. In this article we have extracted three main points from his speech that might be useful for readers planning to buy or invest in property.
January 2016 saw a decline in global stock markets, and investors are worrying about a possible economic or financial crisis. A crisis occurs when the status quo experiences a change, and what had worked previously no longer works now. When the market sentiment is dominated by fear, and when the government fails to take control of the situation, the problems would then spread to different levels of the economy.
During the Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award ceremony, Corning CEO Wendell P. Weeks gave a speech which touched on the importance for corporations to commit to long-term investment as well as research and development (R&D).