1. 2016 is likely a bad year since bad years come in 2s, 3s.
2. Current rally is probably a retracement that professionals will be shorting into.
3. Review, consider protection for your long term stock portfolio.
4. Next year could be good year for traders since volatility actually offers additional trading opportunities.
5. Since stock markets turning points often lead turning points in the economic cycle, there is high probability of recession coming.
6. Whoever has a job this time next year should consider it a privilege.
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- TerraSeeds Market Technician Pte LtdManaging Director, 2005 - present
- DaimerChrysler SEA Pte LtdExecutive, 1998 - 2001
- The Zeiu GroupPartner, 2002 - 2005
Most interested in financial markets, current affairs.
- Raffles Institutionsecondary school, 1987 - 1990
- Anderson Junior Collegejunior college, 1991 - 1992
- Nanyang Technological UniversityBusiness degree, 1995 - 1998
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