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Monthly Outlook: February 2016

Global investment and economic outlook, February 2016.


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PBV Ratio Model Enhancement: Evidence from S&P 500 Companies

A scientific paper written by Eduardus Christmas and published on Journal of International Finance & Economics, 2015.


4765 Views
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Reasons to Invest in U.S. Companies

Report about the potential of investing in the United States.


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Being an Uber X Driver in Jakarta: A Corporate Finance Perspective

Let us put aside the pro and contra about app-based transportation services. This report is trying to calculate the rate of return of a full-time Uber driver in Jakarta, especially Uber X level.


2944 Views
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Quarterly Outlook: Q1 2016

Global investment and economic outlook, 1st quarter of 2016.


1374 Views
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Monthly Outlook: April 2016

U.S. investment and economic outlook, April 2016.


1041 Views
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Monthly Outlook: May 2016

U.S. investment and economic outlook, May 2016.


1459 Views
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Quarterly Outlook: Q2 2016

U.S., Europe, and China.

Plus: British Exit or Brexit


1295 Views
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Monthly Outlook: July 2016

U.S. investment and economic outlook, July 2016.


1214 Views
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Monthly Outlook: August 2016

U.S. investment and economic outlook, August 2016.


857 Views
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Quarterly Outlook: Q3 2016

Global investment and economic outlook, 3rd quarter.


1606 Views
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Monthly Outlook: October 2016

Do you think Clinton will be the next president?


729 Views
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The Perks of Dividend

In the last 100 years (1915-2015), investment in S&P 500 companies showed that price return was only 5.52% per annum, where $1,000 in the year 1915 would become $215,700 in the year 2015. Had we reinvested the dividend we received, our fund would have become $12,116,800 translated to 9.86% annual return!


776 Views
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Monthly Outlook: November 2016

U.S. investment and economic outlook, November 2016.


948 Views
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U.S. Capital Market for Indonesian Investors

Presentation deck by Eduardus Christmas at Financial Festival, Jakarta, Nov 2016


1564 Views
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Annual Economic Outlook, 2017

Global investment and economic outlook of 2017.


1101 Views
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Monthly Outlook: January 2017

U.S. investment and economic outlook, January 2017.


790 Views
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Monthly Outlook: February 2017


654 Views
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Quarterly Outlook: Q1 2017

Global investment and economic outlook, 1st quarter.


767 Views
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Monthly Outlook: April 2017


875 Views
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Quarterly Outlook: Q2 2017

U.S. & Euro Area economic outlook for the 2nd quarter of 2017.


1971 Views
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U.S. & Euro Area: Economic Report Q3 2017 - Economic Outlook Q4 2017

U.S. growth remains solid, both consumption and investment activities improve. Euro area economy looks better, including in periphery countries. Global economic growth shall continue, recession is less likely.


775 Views
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U.S. & Euro Area: 2017 Economic Report - 2018 Economic Outlook

U.S. economy will continue to improve in a moderate path, both of consumption and investment will be higher. Euro Area economy will continue to grow in faster pace according to most of leading indicators. Euro Area stock market will outperform due to favorable macro outlook in Europe. 


568 Views
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S&P 500 Index Target of 2018

Market recorded all-time high for almost every month in 2017. Rolling into 2018, the rally continues. Is there any room for more gain this year?


714 Views
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Why Long-Term Investing?

This light research is to prove whether inactivity (long-term investing, or longer holding period) gains more than feverishly trading (short-term investing, or shorter holding period).

Happy reading!


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One Thing Newton Unable to Calculate

Sir Isaac Newton was a widely acclaimed scientist of all time. However he allegedly made a stock market investment mistake during his life. Investing is not just about calculating numbers. A successful investor requires both science and a clear mind to survive stock market turmoil. 


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