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Moon Kil Woong is currently a VP at a SME. Previously he was a tech stock consultant, VP of Research at ING, and sell side Director at Crédit Agricole Indosuez. Moon Kil Woong has a Masters in Public Administration from SJSU.

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E My Take On Recessionary Indicators
Despite the regularity of economic downturns and the existence of business cycles in a free market economy it is quite obvious that recession calling remains an art more than a science with the scientists being wrong consistently.
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Bitcoin: Secrets Of Profitable Trading
4 days ago

North Korea's government is the biggest single player in cryptos besides mining although it's hard to get accurate figures on it. Sadly it's still knee deep in dirty money and laundering.

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Largest Shipping Decline Since 2009 And That's Before Coronavirus
4 days ago

Transportation is a better indicator of future events than consumer confidence.

Stimulus Hopes Temper Virus Fears For Nasdaq 100 After Apple’s Revenue Warning
5 days ago

The analysts should have lowered Apple's expectations a long time ago with the virus. Apple has been dependent on Asia for growth. That obviously isn't going to happen with the corona virus.

Bitcoin: Secrets Of Profitable Trading
5 days ago

If you are going to buy Crypto Bitcoin is the way to go. That said, eventually something has to be done about these as it is well known north Korea is one of the biggest players in these along with drug money etc. The run up so far is not likely to be repeated and the risks are huge including losing your keys or having them stolen. It is not a simple investment but is worth it if you are very active and very cautious.

In this article: BITCOMP
A Tale Of Two Parabolic Markets
13 days ago

#Tesla's move has largely been shorts having to cover. $TSLA

In this article: TSLA, BITCOMP
Soybean Prices Plunge To Six Week Low On Lack Of China Buys
27 days ago

It takes time to move logistics, build up demand, and purchase product. In the meantime the US has way overproduced and still builds up excess. So no, even if China suddenly increases demand, it will not take the pressure off US producers this year.

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Stocks Rise As Zombie Companies Proliferate
1 month ago

Stocks aren't overvalued if rates and inflation remain very low, especially if the Federal Reserve eases more. That said, what is bad is the fact we have artificially low rates and rates are going lower not higher. When we do hit a recession, it will get nasty fast.

Russian Industry: Hoping For A Better 2020
1 month ago

Russia will be dependent on if the price of oil holds and if China and others will keep buying their oil. For now things look better, however, we will see if oil will go up or down from here.

US Leading Economic Indicators Plunge At Worst Rate Since 2009
1 month ago

YoY earnings growth will look much worse because of the artificial rise in debt last year, unless perhaps the trade wars end. This is probably the chief reason why the indicators are not too good right now. That said, we will see if the economy will do ok this year. There still seems to be no major catalyst to create a recession/depression yet.

MacroView: Will The The Market Repeat The Start Of 2018?
1 month ago

We are looking at an election year and a year following after. The general trend tends to be no major crash in election years which is why I think the outlook seems positive. With low inflation, the threat of a major oil shock from a mid-east war is also more subdued than one may expect.

Although anything can happen, this year is favored to be on the bulls side regardless of who wins the election.

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