Another update on my investment thesis. You can find my previous update from July here, and as you can see, everything has more or less being going according to my predictions since that last post in July. Gold & Silver I noted in July that I am bullish on preciousRead More →

Disclaimer: everything written in this article are of personal opinion, and should never be taken as financial advice. I’m writing these market outlook posts periodically to put my thoughts to paper and to hold myself accountable for my investment theses and decisions, so hopefully going forward this is something that’sRead More →

Disclaimer: everything written in this article are of personal opinion, and should never be taken as financial advice. Okay, so COVID-19 shut down the whole world and put a long, nasty pause on “normal life” as we know it. A looong list of establishments and businesses had to go underRead More →

As days go by and the amount of worldwide confirmed COVID-19 cases piles up (as I predicted a few weeks ago), it is looking more and more likely that this coronavirus pandemic may be the black swan event that sets off a global recession – a recession that may evenRead More →

crypto regulation

Recently, a big talking point within the cryptosphere has been “Libra“, the blockchain-based digital cash system proposed by Facebook and administered by the “Libra Association” — a consortium of giant global corporations including the likes of PayPal and Vodafone. Though disguised as a “cryptocurrency”, Libra is actually much more akinRead More →

surveillance state

It is incredible how some visionaries who lived among us were able to predict things decades in advance — the famed British author George Orwell was one such visionary. In his literary classic “1984” (which was written in 1949, by the way!), he painted the picture of a total surveillanceRead More →

I came across an article on Coindesk recently, titled, “Bitcoin Will Still Bite the Dust“. The author is Kevin Dowd, a Professor of Finance and Economics in the Business School at Durham University, and the co-author of the 2015 paper “Bitcoin Will Bite the Dust.” The author makes a coupleRead More →

When Ethereum first came into public prominence in 2017, it was suddenly lauded as “Blockchain 2.0”, “the Bitcoin killer”, or “the blockchain with better technology”. The concept of automatically executing transactions called “smart contracts”, among the other buzzwords like “world computer”, had investors and blockchain enthusiasts head over heels. TheRead More →

I find it odd that even now, in late-2018, a lot of regular people you meet still think of bitcoin as some sort of vapourware or fad from the past. I guess being constantly surrounded by crypto information makes it hard for us bitcoiners to relate back to the averageRead More →