As legendary investor Warren Buffett knows better than most, getting on the right side of a big trend can be a very profitable thing. In the late 1980s, he believed that the soft drink industry was positioned to explode.
What is valuation and why most people lose money You have probably heard people say “Buy low, and sell high” but when you ask them how low is low and how high is high, most people can’t tell you. If we don’t k...
New Year 2017 will be an exciting year for the global stock market with Donald Trump as the new US president, recovery of emerging markets and crude oil market, rising interest rate and a bullish US economy. Let’s learn how to position in stock market with 2 winning strategies: 1) Buy Low Sell High, 2) Buy High Sell Higher.
Forex is the largest financial market in the world, and its popularity among retail traders has exploded in recent years. So why is the forex market so popular, and what are the reasons you may want to trade it?
The Basic Healthcare Sum (BHS) which was known as the Medisave Contribution Ceiling (MCC) in the past has been raised from $49,800 to $52,000 in 2017. This means that we can voluntarily contribute $2,200 now.
Since Donald Trump won the U.S. election on November 8, global financial, telecom and energy stocks have surged higher. But the party may be coming to an end for those sectors – and just starting for others.
Chart pattern analysis consists of a set of predefined patterns formed by moving market prices. Chart patterns are used by traders and analysts to identify potential entry and exit points in the markets.
China’s middle-class is on fire. By 2022 over 550 million people in China will be considered middle-class. That would make China’s middle-class alone big enough to be the third-most populous country in the world.
Amidst the festive cheers, investors have to be prepared for a tough 2017, warns Maybank Kim Eng (MBKE). Against the backdrop of tepid global growth, near-term fundamental growth challenges to key financial services, property and energy-related sectors, Singapore’s forecasted growth for 2017 has been reduced to a range of merely one to three percent.