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By Ee Hsin Kok. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview In October of last year, Facebook rebranded to Meta. This was done to draw attention to the company’s ongoing investments into the metaverse and to also take attention off an ongoing whistleblower scandal. Around that time, the company had already fallen 16% from its highs, and...
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By Ee Hsin Kok. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview The Nasdaq has just closed at $13,301 – marking a 21% drawdown from its peak and signifying the start of a bear market. On the other hand, the S&P 500 still remains in correction territory, closing at $4204, an approximate 13% decline from its peak. In...
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By Ee Hsin Kok. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview Assuming you’ve found a company that you believe to be fundamentally good and want to invest in, the next question you’re likely to ask yourself is when to buy that company’s stock. That’s what we’ll be covering in this article.  Buy it When it’s Fairly or...
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By William Cao. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar Taking a Step Back into History If you have been on the internet throughout the last decade, then you have probably heard of the Doge meme – the iconic Shibe filled with comic sans and broken modifiers as it expresses its many phrases like “much wow” or “so...
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By Ee Hsin Kok. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview Facebook needs no introduction, it is the largest social media company in the world, owning 4 of the 5 most popular social media platforms worldwide. As of 10/16/21, it has a market cap of 913B, making it the 6th most valuable company in the world.  It...
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By Ee Hsin Kok. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview The Market Wizards is a classic trading book written by Jack D. Schwager and published back in 1989. It features a series of interviews that takes you through the minds of the 16 greatest traders in the world. In this article, we summarize some of the...
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By Aidan Hackett. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview Bonds are instruments of debt. Companies use bonds as a way to raise capital without diluting shareholders equity. To a business, a bond is a gamble that a certain project will yield enough return to pay back investors, and for investors, bonds are a tool to limit...
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By Aidan Hackett. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. What are Bonds?e A bond is a unit of debt, usually issued by a government or company. They have regular payments called coupons (physical bond certificates used to have physical coupons attached to them) and are guaranteed to hold their value if you wait for their expiry (unless...
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By Hrishikesh Menon. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview All liquid assets have various investment strategies, even bonds. Bonds may seem like a “boring” investment and it is meant to have low returns compared to other assets but the right bonds are important assets to include in a strong investment portfolio and for that, you need...
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By Ee Hsin Kok. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview Getting rich. It’s the goal of many, if not most people in the world. After all, money can solve a lot of problems. In pursuit of this goal, many people flock to the stock market thinking that it can generate wealth and lead them to the...
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