It’s that time of the year again where forecasters are out in droves with their predictions, I do enjoy Byron Wein’s the most only b/c its typically something different, so here you go and a link to the rest of the article. Byron’s Ten Surprises for 2018 are as follows: China finally decides that a […]

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A wonderful opinion piece/article on Trump, the US government, the issues its facing, the economy. Just wonderful. Here are some snippets and a link to the rest of the paper As I said at the beginning, there are three impediments to the Trump administration making significant economic progress in its first year. The first is […]

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Well its that time of the year where the oracle of Omaha comes out with his annual letter, so here’s the link to it Berkshire Hathaway Annual Letter 2016 Anything interesting in it? I’m still going through it but already on page 4 there are these nuggets of gold Some years, the gains in underlying […]

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Him, H. Marks and B. Gross are some of the few commentaries that I enjoy reading monthly/quarterly.  The key message this month is in the first paragraph which is below, enjoy! The first was that the world was condemned to a prolonged period of slow growth unless vigorous fiscal spending took place in the major […]

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And its that time of the year for the top 10 surprises from Byron Wein, while he’s never 100% correct (who is?) it’s always interesting to know the potential “what-ifs”. See below for the all 10 surprises plus a link to the rest of the article. Riding on the coattails of Hillary Clinton, the winner […]

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It is that time of the year where Strategists, Commentators and what not present their ideas for 2015, of them all I do enjoy reading Byron Wein’s, of Blackstone, thoughts for each year. I find his points related to interest rates, Japan and China the most relevant for Thailand this year. 1. The Federal Reserve […]

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It’s monthly/quarterly paper time from all the major asset managers and Byron Wein of Blackstone should be on anyone’s reading list. In his latest “The Smartest Man in Europe” there are several interesting discussion points ranging from a new industrial revolution to Europe’s political weakness to viewpoints on specific emerging countries, all in all a […]

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