Bo Peng is a theoretical chemist by training, educated in China and the US. He had worked on credit derivatives analytics and risk management in investment banks (Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch, HSBC, Citi) since 1996 before starting a private hedge fund in automated trading. Among other things, he enjoys studying world history and cultures, following current political and economic affairs, and publishing commentary in various English and Chinese media. His writing is not directly related to his work at or the activities of the fund.
Recent Articles By The Author
3D Printing Must Create Its Next Big Wave
Which industry will pick up the profits in the next 3D printing craze?
Uncertainty the New Norm
As markets digest the confusing signals from the Fed and PBOC, uncertainty reigns.
China's Unprecedented Proactive Bubble-Bursting
Bubble busting the Chinese financial system is very much necessary and healthy.
The Chaos in the Federal Reserve's Communication
The U.S. central bank must prepare the market for some flexibility in policy and reassure the market at the same time.
Watch the Data, Buy on the Dip
The stock market reacts more to public companies' earnings outlook than any Fed 'tapering' talk. If the earnings outlook turns grim, the stock market goes down.
Japanese Bonds Are Key to Abenomics Watch
Japanese government bonds hold the key to whether the economic agenda of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe succeeds or fails.
Peng: Fed Tapering to What?
Bernanke's taper talk is his attempt at managing the bubble: The Fed is riding a tiger: thrilling until you try to get off.
Fed Action Looks Increasingly Futile
Everything in the financial world since shortly after QE3 has everything to do with either Japan, China or Europe and nothing to do with the almighty Fed.
Cyprus Capital Control: The Template for Leaving Euro
What happens to the value of currency in a region where only inflow is allowed?