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Trump Is Selling Huge Debt Papers To Fund Tax Cuts – But China & Japan Are Dumping Treasuries Instead

As President Donald Trump embarks on a record sale of Treasury bills, notes and bonds to pay for its big tax cuts and spending, the United States hopes foreign buyers would scramble to get a chunk of American I.O.U. papers. Sadly, foreign investors appear to give a pass on the U.S. debt securities. And this […]

... written on Nov 28 2018

Make Your Money Management Plans Perfect

In every kind of business, you’ll need to make solid plans for management. The trading business is also no different than others. In fact, here, you will need to make more plans and strategies to run your business. Because it is a game of mind and you will have to think a pot for this […]

... written on Oct 16 2018

United Airlines Creative Way To Fool The Chinese About “One China Policy” Has Failed

As mainland China becomes richer and more powerful, the nation demands recognition to be known as the only country of China, hence the “One China Policy”. They would get pretty mad when being pointed out that there’s another China – the Republic of China (Taiwan). They want the world to finally recognise there’s only one […]

... written on Aug 30 2018

Stocks vs Forex Trading – Should You Start in the FX or Stock Market?

Whether you should get involved in forex trading or stock trading depends on whether you fancy yourself Warren Buffet or George Soros. The famed value investor, Buffet, has earned a 30-year annualized return of 20 percent buying and holding value stocks for his holding company Berkshire Hathaway. While hedge fund manager Soros’ Quantum Fund has […]

... written on Aug 21 2018

100 Days – These Charts Show Malaysia Ringgit Performance Under New Government (It’s Pretty Good)

Today (August 17) marks the 100th day of New Malaysia – the administration of 93-year-old Mahathir Mohamad after the collapse of old Barisan Nasional government. Ever since Independence in 1957, then-Malaya and subsequently Malaysia (1963) has only known one federal government – the Alliance – which later restructured to become Barisan Nasional.   Malaysians, after […]

... written on Aug 17 2018

BOOM!! – Here’s Why Oil Prices Sink To 8-Week Low, Despite Saudi Production Cut & Iran Sanctions

OPEC reported on Monday that Saudi Arabia cut its oil production in July, a surprise move after Riyadh had pledged to ramp up output following the June meeting in Vienna. Additionally, President Donald Trump has been threatening all and sundry to stop buying Iranian oil, as part of U.S. sanctions against the country. Theoretically, the oil prices […]

... written on Aug 16 2018

Turkey Financial Meltdown Looks Like The 1997 Asian Crisis – Erdogan May Look At Malaysia For Solution

Turkish currency is trading just below 7 Lira to the U.S. dollar. If that level is breached, all hell will break loose. On Friday, the currency plunged as much as 20%. It’s still too early to tell if Lira has stabilised for good. As the Turkish havoc ripples through global financial markets, this could be […]

... written on Aug 14 2018

Dollar vs God – Lira Crashes 16% After Trump Doubled Tariffs To Teach Erdogan A Lesson

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has picked the wrong guy for a fight. While Saudi Arabia could bully Canada over a petty issue concerning human rights, Turkey has miscalculated when it thought Trump would not care about American Pastor Andrew Brunson who has been detained since 2016 in Turkey.   Brunson, who is from North […]

... written on Aug 11 2018

JPMorgan Chase ATMs Go Cardless – Plastic Card No Longer Needed To Get Cash

Everyone should have experienced at least once where we need to withdraw cash but have forgotten the plastic card – ATM card. Get real, despite the so-called cashless society and internet banking, the cash is here to stay. JPMorgan Chase has become the latest bank to embrace a cardless society – you don’t need your […]

... written on Aug 03 2018

Jack Ma’s Financial Ant Has Become Too Big – Chinese Banks & Government Aren’t Impressed

From KK Super Mart in Malaysia to South Africa bus ticketing service, one cannot help but notice “Alipay” logo, a sign of how far and fast the Chinese – either tourists or workers – have invaded the globe. The Alipay payment method is now accepted in 70 countries across Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, North […]

... written on Jul 30 2018









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