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Executive Officer at SME
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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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9 days ago
Commented on The Unemployment Rate Has Been Left Even Lonelier:

Rather than watch this we should look at 2 things, total employment percentages and average income minus anyone making over $500k a year. If you do this you will see if there the economy is floating on increasing core income or decreasing and if Americans are benefiting from growth or not. We are making headway, but I fear it is much slower than people think.

9 days ago
Commented on Ray Dalio Is Kinda, Sorta, Really Wrong:

The issue with capitalism is not capitalism, people are more upset as they see opportunities lost as large companies seem to get tax breaks and government seems to bend over backwards helping them and not small and medium businesses. The sense that the table is not set fair in business is hurting the capitalist ideal. Also the sense that things are increasingly falling out of people's own hands and control makes people angry at the government and socialism. Adding cronyism and perceived unfair play in government only adds to the problem.

The issue is corruption and undue influence in government more than either capitalism and socialism. The simple fact is the middle class is getting run over and people are upset. Can you blame them? Both the Republican and the Democrats have a piece of the solution. Without the middle ground we will keep dropping into one bad solution after the other as the middle class fares worse with both sides at the helm. The reason being, they don't understand the real problem because they are a large part of it.

Without fair play everyone eventually loses.

24 days ago
Commented on Russell 2000 Defends Support:

Most of the deterioration is the tech sector, especially the semi sector.

24 days ago
Commented on Chart (Deluge) Of The Month:

The slump in tech stocks was due to US action and potential for more action against some Chinese tech firms. This is hurting an already weak semi sector that was turning down already. The semi cycle is over and has been for a while for those who missed it.

24 days ago
Commented on March Quarter Results, Rising Crude Oil Prices, and Top Cues in Focus Today:

I wonder how much the jump in US oil reserves is do to speculators seeking to hold more oil in expectation or hedging against a potential mid-East war. Demand and supply outside of the US seems pretty normal.