William Chin, MBA
In response to potential quarantines, people are rushing to supermarkets stocking up on daily necessities. What does that mean for the industry?
Funds William manages:
Caldwell Balanced Fund
Tactical Sovereign Bond Fund (formerly Caldwell Income Fund)
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William Chin, MBA
Portfolio Manager & Chief Technical Analyst
William Chin, Chief Technical Analyst for Caldwell Investment Management Ltd. (“Caldwell”), is the lead Portfolio Manager on the Tactical Sovereign Bond Fund and Portfolio Manager for the fixed income portion of the Caldwell Balanced Fund. He also advises fixed income portfolios for affiliate Caldwell Securities Ltd.’s separately managed account platform and contributes to the Caldwell Investment Management Ltd. team’s research, specializing in macro-economics, currency risk management and technical analysis. William is a member of Caldwell’s Investment Risk Committee.
William has over 35 years of international investment experience in the areas of portfolio, currency risk and treasury management. He began his career in the currency market, progressing to the role of treasury manager for a large international bank. He was first registered as a Portfolio Manager with the Ontario Securities Commission in 1999 and managed high net worth client portfolios on a discretionary basis prior to joining Caldwell.
William has an MBA in economics and international finance. He has been a volunteer and a board member for the Canadian Society of Technical Analysts since 2001 and is their former President (2012-2014).
William is a frequent speaker on macro analysis, monetary policy and technical analysis.
|00:16||Well supermarkets are vulnerable to supply chain disruptions as well to be sure. Investing is about the long term. It is not a sprint but a marathon.|
|00:27||And that key portfolio manager would have already picked stocks that should do well in the long run rather than guiding by knee jerk reactions to the latest news. A conversation with an investment adviser can clarify these concepts and lead to better planning and peace of mind.|