向錢汗 (Sweatin’ Money!) EP22: Falling Oil, China’s Continuing Economic woes, and MDLZ

Welcome to 向錢汗 (Sweatin’ Money)‘s twenty-second episode:

In this episode, we dabble in:

  • China pumps liquidity into markets.
  • Upcoming Market Holidays in East Asia.
  • Huang, WeiMin, from state employee, to investor.
  • “Chinese New Year Effect”.
  • More Falling Oil, predictions.
  • Recession? Yes, says Soros.

Sources:
China Shares Follow Asian Bourses Lower as Oil Rally Peters
Market Holidays
Holiday Schedule
Korea Exchange Holidays 2016
Trader Who Made 6,200% on China Futures Says Go Short or Get Out
Chinese Lunar New Year Effect in Asian stock markets
Chinese New Year Effects on Stock Returns: Evidence from Asia-Pacific Stock Markets
U.S. Companies Fear the Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year and its effect on the World Economy
Quantitative Systematic Market Analysis
Selling Equities on Falling Oil Is Mistake, Goldman’s Cohn Says
Goldman Has Four Reasons the Pullback in Stocks Doesn’t Signal Recession
We brought an antenna to Davos to track private air travel, and here’s what we found
Soros Says China Hard Landing Will deepen the Rout in Stocks

Asian Rally Fails To Impress European Markets After Oil Prices Reverse Early Gains

Portfolio Review:
Mondelez Settles With California Over Lead in Nabisco Ginger Snaps

Investing Strategies:
Why Morning is the Worst Time to Trade Stocks

Recommendations:
Learn Python

Companies mentioned:
-Mondelez (MDLZ)

向錢汗 (Sweatin’ Money!) EP21: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, 2016 –MARKETS CLOSED.

Welcome to 向錢汗 (Sweatin’ Money)‘s twenty-first episode:

In this episode, we dabble in:

  • December Jobs Report.
  • Why are Indices falling?
  • Oil’s falling affects
  • China’s Economic Situation
  • Taiwan’s elections
  • Walmart closes stores.

Sources:
Why Is the Dow Jones Industrial Average Falling Today?
The Losers of Low Oil Prices
Is Time Really on China’s Side? What the Economic Slowdown Means for Future Chinese Power
Taiwan’s New Leader Faces a Weak Economy and China’s Might
India Fails to Secure Vice Presidency of China-backed AIIB
Wal-Mart to Shutter 269 Stores; No Arizona Stores Included

U.S. Stocks Post Worst 10-day Start to a Year in History.

Wall Street Steadies as Oil Plunges, China Woes Deepen

Portfolio Review:
Nightly Business Report January 15, 2016

Investing Strategies:
Betting on the Market: A Pro Answers Investment Questions

Recommendations:
http://fic.wharton.upenn.edu/fic/papers/13/13-32.pdf
Punk Economics: Playing with Liquidity

Companies mentioned:
-Wal-Mart (WMT)

向錢汗 (Sweatin’ Money!) EP20: First for 2016

Welcome to 向錢汗 (Sweatin’ Money)‘s twentienth episode:

In this episode, we dabble in:

  • December Jobs Report.
  • Chinese markets crashing.
  • Rich people losing money (I’m not alone).
  • Privatizing space flight.
  • CES raid.
  • Fracking.
  • Venezuela oil.
  • VW recalls.

Sources:
Jobs Report Dampens US Recession Speculation
Dow, S&P off to Worst Four-Day Jan Start Ever As China Fears Grow
The Chinese Yuan Fix is Stronger Than Expected –and Risk Assets are Ripping Higher
China Stocks Swing in Volatile Trade as Circuit Breaker Scrapped
Asian Stocks Rally Amid Return to Risk as Chinese Assets Rebound
Treasuries Take a Breather Amid Calmer Stock Markets
Stock Market Selloff: Just how Bad is It?
NASA Wants to Ride-Share to Get to Mars
US Marshals Raid Hoverboard Booth at CES
22 Earthquakes Were Reported in Oklahoma Yesterday, and Fracking Could Be to Blame
Venezuela’s Oil Industry Could Be Privatized
Volkswagen May be Prepping a Massive Buyback of its Dirty Diesel Cars in the US

Nightly Business Report – January 8, 2016
Wall Street Steadies as Oil Plunges, China Woes Deepen

Portfolio Review:
US Companies With the Most to Lose in China
American & International Corporations in China
Why Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Tumbled Nearly 30% in 2015
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc (WMT): 2015 Recap
Sam’s Club or Costco?
BJ’s vs Costco vs Sam’s Club: Price Comparison
How Costco is Winning Its Battle Against Wal-Mart’s Sam’s Club
Retailers Internet of Things (IoT) Plan: Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (WMT), Best Buy Co Inc (BBY), and Target Corporation (TGT)

Investing Strategies:
Choosing Between Dollar-Cost And Value Averaging
Is This Another 2008 For the Stock Market?

Recommendations:
Wall Street Week Returns!

Companies mentioned:
-Volkswagen (VW)
-Costco (CSCO)
-Wal-Mart (WMT)
-Target (TGT)
-Best Buy (BBY)
-Amazon (AMZN)