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
Creating a Kinder, Gentler Fiscal Cliff
The market has priced in most of the downside risk and possible political outcomes are likely to mollify the impact.
Big Changes Are Coming to China
Signs point to a fundamental turn-around in Chinese market and economy.
Hurricane Sandy Is Bullish for the Economy
In an economy not constrained by resources, limited crises are always bullish to the economy and the stock market.
Central Bank Credit Risk and a New Risk-Free Benchmark
Central bank intervention has severely distorted the market and rendered standard pricing/risk theory useless. Here's a new risk-free benchmark.
Rescue-on/Rescue-off, Round Two
The ECB set the stage for a game of chicken, creating a policy of instability.
Time to Buy China
China's problems are different from the developed world. The government's paralysis is ending. Expect the rebound to last awhile.
The Politics of Delayed Disaster
The market is wild about QE3 and headed for a reality check, post-election season.
Europe Could Create a Sell-the-News Wave
The eurozone may actually do something this week. But the market has given them some pretty big shoes to fill.
Ride This Gold Rebound While It Lasts
Gold is rising on expectation of several factors, none of which is likely to materialize. But it's a good trade.