Time flies, and Bullseye Financial has grown another year. In this warm Christmas season, with a grateful heart, we celebrated a memorable Thanksgiving night with our esteemed custodian, Third Financial (TPS). To express our gratitude for TPS’s support over the past year, we invited the TPS team to join… Continue reading Christmas Dinner with Third Financial (TPS) to Celebrate Festive Season
We’re proud to announce that our esteemed Immigration Advisor, has become a member of The Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association (ILPA), with the membership number 9024. Before this, our qualified Level 1 Immigration Adviser is approved by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) with regulation number – Z000008953. … Continue reading Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association Membership Granted
Key News To Note UK inflation and interest rates Data released on 16 Aug shows that UK inflation has slowed to 6.8% in July compared to the 7.9% in the previous month. Lower gas and electricity costs were the main drivers behind the sharp decline in headline UK inflation to 6.9%. Core inflation (which excludes… Continue reading Market Overview August 2023
Technology stocks remain incredibly popular in 2023 where many of the largest US investment funds are being blocked from buying more, due to diversification rules. The S&P500 index has grown 18% this year, however seven large technology stocks have accounted for the majority of the gains. For example, Fidelity’s $108billion Contrafund, could not buy any… Continue reading What Are The World’s Largest Hedge Funds Investing In?
After our Finance Summer Camp 2023, the students have craved for more finance learning from us. This time, Bullseye Academy was honoured to be invited to teach the students at Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge. Our tutor Piers Etson delivered his trading teachings to more young finance enthusiasts. Crafted Courses for Youth… Continue reading Bullseye was invited to lecture at the University of Cambridge
Inflation is a problem that most of the developed world has been grappling with, however the UK has stood out in terms of severity. Data released on 16 Aug shows that UK inflation has slowed to 6.8% in July compared to the 7.9% in the previous month. Removing food and energy prices, core inflation rose… Continue reading UK inflation falls, but is still the highest across developed countries
Earnings for Apple & Amazon released recently saw Amazon shares close more than 8% higher, whilst Apple suffered a 4.8% slide. Amazon’s shares closed near a one-year high, adding more than $109 billion to its market value whilst Apple fell to a more than one-month low, losing around $144 billion at the recent Friday close.… Continue reading Apple in crisis… For now
China’s emergence as one of the last countries to come out of global lockdowns should in theory have boosted the global economy, however continual disappointing data is giving investors and policy makers many reasons to be cautious. Chinese stocks had begun the year with high levels of growth, however since the January peaks, they… Continue reading China’s Economy Continues to Struggle
After a rewarding six-day program, the Bullseye Academy Finance Summer Camp successfully concluded; with four days spent at the esteemed University of Cambridge’s Churchill College and an additional two days at our very own Birchin Court trading floor. We are incredibly proud of the progress, dedication and immense achievements demonstrated by all our students throughout… Continue reading Bullseye Finance Summer Camp 2023 Completed!
The yield curve is generally considered to be the number 1 indicator in predicting a recession. By definition, it tracks interest rates across different time periods, from one month to 30 years, and the slope of the curve helps predict future interest rate changes and economic activity. It is known that the longer you borrow… Continue reading Yield Curves and a Possible UK Recession