The stock market has been quite volatile in recent weeks. A lot of people are of the opinion that it is due to the newly discovered Omicron variant.
If you follow my blog, you know I was bullish about the energy sector since a few months back when everybody’s focus was on technology stocks and bitcoins.
In my earlier July investment reflection “battleground in a decoupled world”, I talked about my feeling that China has chosen to de-couple from the rest of the world
“China Tech Crackdown”, this headline phrase has frequently appeared in the financial news lately and it has turned the stock market upside down. Many familiar names such as
A few days ago, Temasek published details of its investment performance. Temasek reported that it delivered a 24.5% shareholder return in the past financial year. I saw some
Since March, many people started to worry about the risk of a potential stock market crash. People are rightfully fearing high stock market valuation and inflation risks. The
2021 started as a continuation of 2020, with “stay-at-home” beneficiaries, technology and China stocks doing very well for the 1st month. China stocks are the best performing asset
Hong Kong IPO fever is not over, yet. Kuaishou, the biggest rivalry of TikTok, is looking to raise US$5.4bn in Hong Kong IPO this week. Because of the
Should you invest in the stocks of China’s biggest technology companies? The answer is a definite yes to me. But how you invest in China is the tricky
If you are a global investor, you need to pay attention to China’s tech companies. In my previous article, I talked about the Hong Kong IPO fever this