April 2019

General Comment April is always a rather special month for me. First and foremost it’s the month of my birthday. But even more important than my birthday it happens to ne my wife’s birthday too (if you are married or with some “significant one at your side” you know what I mean!). Financially speaking April… Read More April 2019

March 2019

General Comment What did March bring? Lots of spring, and nothing more than that really. Markets have been tame and behaved more than well growing constantly, allowing all specialised press and less specialised commentators to resume the “all time high”, “broke all previous records” mantra that we get in these cases. These are the good… Read More March 2019

February 2019

General Comment Pretty much like January, February was a rather calm month, a decent month of growth for financial markets all around the spectrum. If you follow this blog you’ll know that my view on 2019 is a neutral/negative one, and this is the main reason why I have decided to adapt my option strategy… Read More February 2019

January 2019

General Comment 2019 has kicked off with a moderate positive feeling to it, the draughts of December that we experienced in the stock market made way to a rather quick recovery, all across the board. I guess that January did not hide any special surprise for us, no dramatic news, no Brexit decisions, no China… Read More January 2019

December 2018

General Comment Who would have thought? It turns out that many people actually predicted the financial markets drama that we witnessed in December. To me it’s all BS, or at least 80% is BS. Reading blogs and news over the past 6 months there was not a single writer who did not mentioned an impending… Read More December 2018

November 2018 Update

General Comment November has gone by, it retrospect it seems that this month was much more eventful than October when markets started tumbling. The reality is that in general terms world financial markets started to recover some of the losses from October. The lingering feeling that I get from the financial community, newspapers and more… Read More November 2018 Update