Disclaimer: everything written in this article are of personal opinion, and should never be taken as financial advice. I’m writing these market outlook posts periodically to put my thoughts to paper and to hold myself liable for my investment theses and decisions, so hopefully going forward this is something that’sRead More →

why millennials are so broke

No, it’s not only because of expensive lattes and avocado toast. Growing up, some of you have probably heard stories at the dinner table from your parents, proudly exclaiming how they managed to buy their first house at age 24 while working as a highschool teacher or General Motors assemblyRead More →

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Disclaimer: everything written in this article are based on my own experience and are my own opinions, and nothing should be construed as financial advice. Always DYOR. With the world going up in flames thanks to riots and a pandemic, many fundamental economical and social problems are being exposed. AlongRead More →

Disclaimer: everything written in this article are of personal opinion, and should never be taken as financial advice. Okay, so COVID-19 shut down the whole world and put a long, nasty pause on “normal life” as we know it. A looong list of establishments and businesses had to go underRead More →

I recently started doing a podcast called Millennials in China with a friend. Having gone through the entire process of setting up the podcast, I thought it would be valuable to share it here on my blog. You should consider the following things when starting a podcast: What is yourRead More →

If you think the day you left school/college/university was the day your studies ended, then you are gravely mistaken. Our world is changing faster than ever, and the only way to keep up and keep reinventing yourself is to keep learning. More knowledge and more skills never killed anybody (noteRead More →

As the world now registers over 1 million tested and confirmed COVID-19 cases, life continues to stall in unprecedented ways. Lockdowns and stay home orders continue to be administered in the majority of the world’s developed countries, and storefront/transportation businesses such as restaurants, bars, event venues, airlines, etc. continue toRead More →

As we watch the world sink into a sea of COVID-19 induced chaos, the global financial markets are feeling the panic. The $SPX (SP500 Index) dropped by 37% in 34 days – the fastest and most violent sell-off in US stock market history, erasing all the gains dating back toRead More →

As days go by and the amount of worldwide confirmed COVID-19 cases piles up (as I predicted a few weeks ago), it is looking more and more likely that this coronavirus pandemic may be the black swan event that sets off a global recession – a recession that may evenRead More →

I’ve been in China for the past while, and can say that I’ve seen the coronavirus outbreak from the inside (albeit from Shanghai and not from ground zero, thankfully). Here are my observations and my take on the situation. At the time of writing, it has been exactly one monthRead More →