Jackson Wong PhD

Jackson has over 15 years experience as a financial analyst. Previously a director of Stockcube Research as head of Investors Intelligence providing market timing advice and research to some of the world's largest institutions and hedge funds. Expertise: Global macroeconomic investment strategy, statistical backtesting, asset allocation, and cross-asset research. Jackson has a PhD in Finance from Durham University.

British Airways set to test support as pilot strikes loom….

Many say that stock price is one of the best indicators for a company performance. After all, stock prices settled at levels which are based on the ‘collective wisdom’ of a crowd. Look at British Airways (IAG). The stock was cruising at high altitude until February this year. Prices hit a severe air pocket when the …

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Are These The Top 5 European Stocks To Buy Right Now?

Is It Time To Buy European Stocks?  Investor sentiment on European equities these days is not exactly bullish. Just today, the Financial Times reports ‘German factory output drops as economic gloom deepens‘ (Sep 6). But despite the negative macro headlines, not all European stocks are falling. In fact, some are still performing strongly. Do not confuse economic …

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It may be a good time to invest in Chinese stocks. Here’s why…

Away from the shouting match in Westminster, investors are getting some optimistic signals on the Sino-US tariff war. Both countries now ‘agreed’ to resume trade negotiations some time in the near future. Could now be a a good time to buy Chinese equities? The past 18 months saw a rollercoaster in the Chinese stock market. …

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Investment-grade corporate bonds amidst a once-in-a-decade bull run. Should you chase?

One of the direct consequences of sub-zero sovereign bond yield is reinforcing the ‘dash for yield’. Investors are soaking up large quantities of better-rated fixed-income securities that pay positive returns. One such security is the Investment Grade Corporate Bonds (LQD). Launched in 2002, this exchanged-trade fund has assets under management of almost $36 billion (Jun-2019). …

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AstraZeneca shares lead sector higher. Should you chase?

One of the rare bright spots among the UK large-caps is the pharma sector. AstraZeneca (AZN), for example, is maintaining the upward pressure into new long-term highs following an explosive ‘breakaway gap’ on July 25 (see Featured Chart). When a stock exhibits such a pattern, be mindful of the powerful upward drift in the following …

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Volatility spikes as government yields plummet

A sharp decline. Followed by a strong intra-day rally. Another big down session. Volatility is spiking across the board – despite a ‘flattish’ trend where many instruments are still trading within their recent ranges. The S&P 500 VIX Index, for example, is probing its recents highs. This resulted in an interesting base pattern for the iPath S&P Volatility …

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