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Executive Officer at SME

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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Year-To-Date Performance Of 5 Largest Stocks - Saturday, September 26
1 day ago

Profit growth is more important than capitalization, however, it is very useful comparing it to capitalization, thanks.

In this article: BRK-A, AAPL, AMZN, MSFT, NFLX, TSLA, FB, SPX, GOOGL
Week In Review: Stocks End Week Mixed As 3rd Quarter Winds Down
2 days ago

The major worry is protectionism weakening an already weak global economy and the Corona virus. As stated before putting all your eggs on a quick vaccine that isn't even proven yet is absurd. It is possible there won't be one but that doesn't man some cocktails won't prevent it from spreading in some patients. Some hopefully will help bolster some peoples immune system to it. Like the flu we need medications that help people when they get it much like the common cold so it doesn't become life threatening. Sadly the US governments rush to a vaccine I fear is stymieing funds and attention to develop therapeutics which could save lives much sooner. Proper therapeutics alone could eradicate the worst effects of the Covid problem. However, Europe seems to be experiencing continued effects of Covid that unamazingly affects the economy there.

Economic Concerns Continue
2 days ago

The Washington attack on techs hasn't helped. I think it has hurt the market and weakened our hand overseas.

Stock Market Investors: Don’t Worry About The Election
2 days ago

What is worrying the market is not Republican or Democrat but not a smooth election or exchange of power. Threatening not to vote the people's choice and claiming votes by mail are illegitimate, undercutting the post office, and threatening the election to go to

the courts while you try to vote a supreme court justice in without addressing concerns is a little unsettling to the market and for good reason. We need stability one way or another, not uncertainty.

Wednesday's Meltdown And Thursday's Failed Rebound Leave Stocks In Dangerous Territory
3 days ago

These have all been reported by the press but need to be reviewed and detailed preferably by Congressional oversight. Your free to look them up on Google.

Exxon Mobil's Dividend Yield Hits 10%: What Investors Need To Know
3 days ago

They will become more affordable and hopefully the big oil companies will be energy companies. Exxon went this way long ago investing in hydroelectric power. If alt energy gets this affordable I think at least Exxon will expand into it. Right now solar technology and the business is still volatile and power is still generated from oil if were lucky and coal if we aren't. The amount of energy for clean energy to replace is huge. It can't even grow fast enough to offset global demand and sadly coal is still being bunt in mass globally for electricity.

It will be a long while before oil is obsolete, but it will happen over time. The best hope to get off oil is for prices to rise not fall. This is what is hurting the clean energy market.

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Tesla Doesn't Belong In This Group
3 days ago

I like Tesla cars, however, their reviews by customers are nothing to jump up and down about. That said, the reviews of the cars themselves are more impressive. I actually think their auto drive feature is a crown jewel for Tesla cars more than anything else.

www.consumerreports.org/.../tesla-model-3-loses-cr-recommendation-over-reliability-issues/

www.cnbc.com/.../...vice-new-bernstein-survey.html

In this article: TSLA
U.S. Weekly FundFlows Insight Report: Net Outflows From Equity Funds Drive The U.S. Fund Universe To Seventh Straight Net Negative Result
3 days ago

Presidential gossip about suspending votes for whole states, if not stacking the Supreme court to negate the election and let the court decide is a destabilizing force. Just suggesting an unstable change of power undermines the US in shameful ways. To think this doesn't affect the market is naive. Worse yet, if this occurs the Constitution will have Nancy Pelosi to take Trump's seat until this is all resolved, which is destabilizing as well.

As it is now, The market will breathe a big sigh of relief no matter who wins this election. Moderation and Predictability are the market's friend. Anything else, no matter who proposes it, is not.

Exxon Mobil's Dividend Yield Hits 10%: What Investors Need To Know
3 days ago

1) $15 billion isn't a lot with regards to Exxon's balance sheet or revenues 2) Exxon's credit is better than most of its competitors if not outright better. It can certainly fund it and still be in their industry's range of debt levels. 3) Over the next two years, oil's outlook will either get better or a lot of competitors will be a lot worse off than Exxon.

Thus debt isn't the real issue here, it's where oil will head in the near term. People claiming the end of the world for Exxon are gravely mistaken about that.

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Tesla Doesn't Belong In This Group
3 days ago

Tesla certainly fails in profitability, yet even worse is it's cash flows. Unless someone is willing to fund them regularly they will be out of business. I like what they are doing but really, does it need to spend loads of money making equipment to shrink production lines when it just spent billions making giant factories and does it need to buy land to mine when they can buy what they need on the open market cheaper?

In this article: TSLA
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