Market Bullish But Short Term Overbought

As you know, a breakout from resistance/consolidation is a very bullish sign. Yes, US markets are indeed in a very bullish phase right now However, unless you have been long already, I would caution jumping in right now and buying at this breakout.

More Jobseekers Than Job Openings In Q2

If you have been keeping abreast of the local news lately, you would have noticed that the employment situation in Singapore have turned for the worst.

A Candid Interview With Most Preferred Investment Speaker, Adam Khoo

Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group (AKLTG) was voted the “Most Preferred Financial Educator” at the ShareInvestor awards of 2016. We sat down with professional stock investor and chairman of AKLTG, Adam Khoo, to seek his thoughts on how investors can maximize their returns on their investments.

“Brexit” – Crisis Or Opportunity?

The consequences of their decision have been felt globally. Shortly after the results were announced, the pound declined more than 10% against the U.S dollar, a level which has not been seen since 1985.

Market Update: Moving Forward

If you look at the big picture of the S&P 500, you can see that over the last 1 year, it has been in one big consolidation period ever since peaking in Mid 2015. In fact, it has been making lower high points. This looks to me like a consolidation distribution period which may lead to a new bear market.

Are We Heading Into A Recession?

Although I can’t predict with absolute certainty when the next recession will occur, I believe that there are developments in the economy right now that are similar to those that happen right before the start of a major recession.

Market Update: Negative Interest Rates, Gold And US Dollar

The market is a dynamic place that changes all the time. This is why we should never stubbornly hold onto an opinion. Once the market proves us otherwise, we need to change our strategy and go with the trend.

Profit From The Panic In Oil

Oil prices have fallen 74% from its highs of $110 per barrel in 2011 to a low of $27 per barrel on 20 Jan 2016. A supply glut, coupled with weak demand (especially from China), have been the main factors.