Investments, Treasury

Yellen's FOMC adds another 25 basis points to Fed Funds Rate in Dec 2017 As expected, Yellen's FOMC hike their Fed Funds Rate from a range of 1.00% to 1.25%

December 14, 2017
Cryptocurrencies, Investments

Bitcoin irrational exuberance goes cyber hyper Just not too long ago, I was writing about Bitcoin breaking US$10,000 and how it coincided with North Korea's ICBM test launch. Now, it

December 10, 2017
Cryptocurrencies, Investments

North Korea Kim fired an ICBM (Intercontinental Ballistic Missile) While the world is at asleep, North Korea test fired an ICBM, according to KCNA this is the"most powerful missile" and

November 29, 2017
Cryptocurrencies, Investments

Yes, I know I was wrong about Bitcoin since long ago. It has been about a month since I last  wrote on Bitcoin and the other Cryptocurrencies. Within that timeframe,

November 10, 2017
Cryptocurrencies, Investments

Cryptocurrencies: The Bubble continues, even higher? In my earlier post in September, I wrote about the popping of the Cryptocurrencies bubbles, that the Bitcoin charts had appeared to me as

October 09, 2017
Investments, Trading, Treasury

Yellen holds Fed Funds Rate at 1.00 - 1.25%: No Surprises There were not much surprises from the FOMC decision. The content and language of the FOMC statements did not

September 28, 2017
Cryptocurrencies, Investments

Cryptocurrencies: Popping of the Bubble? In my previous post, I wrote and ponder aloud if Cryptocurrencies are bubbles in the making. I received quite a bit of opinions and we

September 22, 2017
Cryptocurrencies, Investments

Cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum & ICOs This has been a favourite discussion and a hot topic, whenever I bring it up with my peers and new acquaintances where I go. Everyone

September 15, 2017
Investments, Trading

North Korea from 1976 to today: Has anything really changed? North Korea has a longer history of missile testing than many of us can recall. It has been 41 years

September 11, 2017
Investments, Trading

"Numerous analysts suggest that high-frequency trading companies’ profits are shrinking and in future such businesses are doomed." While the first part is true, the latter is a pure non-sense. The financial

August 18, 2017