Seminar

Saxo Seminar in Collaboration with Financial Horse

Forget geopolitics, Trump and Xi. The next regime is all about US monetary policy easing and the race to the bottom, according to our Global Macro Strategist.

Join Kay Van-Petersen to discuss the implications and opportunities presented by a dovish Fed, such as lower global yields and a structurally weaker USD.

Kay will also share his trade views, covering both short-term, tactical positioning and a longer-term, more strategic outlook, over the second half of 2019.

He will be joined by our Sales Trader, Lee Hong Wei, for an in-depth review of the S&P 500 stocks and sectors which have performed best since 2018. Hong Wei will discuss how some of these stocks have fared against other benchmarks, FAANGS, BATS, WANG and Singapore’s STI Index.

Refreshments will be provided, and you are welcome to invite a guest. As seats are limited, please register early to avoid disappointment.

We look forward to seeing you.

Saxo Markets, 3 Church Street, Samsung Hub Level 30, Singapore 049483

Speakers

Kay Van-Petersen

Kay Van-Petersen, Global Macro Strategist

Kay Van-Petersen joined Saxo Bank in 2014 as a Global Macro Strategist, based in Singapore. He focuses on delivering strategies and analyses across asset classes based on monetary & fiscal policies, global geopolitical landscapes as well as other macroeconomic fundamentals. He also takes into account market sentiment, technical and momentum factors.

KVP has over a decade of experience in the financial markets, with the majority of those years spent as a trader & analyst across multiple strategies including: global macro, equity long/short, fundamental value, event-driven and special situations. He is the author of various multi-asset/strategy research products the weekly “Macro Mondays” calls and reports with a focus on tactical as well as strategic positioning. He also contributes to Saxo Bank’s Quarterly outlooks and other thematic investment pieces as well as making special situation ad hoc calls.

Lee Hong Wei

Lee Hong Wei, Singapore Sales Trader

Hong Wei joined Saxo Markets Singapore in 2015 as a Premium Account Manager with responsibility for the highest tier clients in the bank. In 2016 he moved to the role of Sales Trader, where his passion for derivatives trading and technical analysis are put to good use.

Prior to Saxo, Hong Wei worked as an equities dealer in OCBC Securities. Hong Wei holds an Arts & Social Science degree from the National University of Singapore, majoring in economics.

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