KCM Trade Chief Market Analyst Tim Waterer attended an interview with RTHK



Tim Waterer, Chief Market Analyst of KCM Trade, discussed global economic and market trends in an interview on RTHK.

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KCM Trade Chief Market Analyst Tim Waterer attended an interview with RTHK 

  Tim Waterer, Chief Market analyst of KCM Trade, was invited to attend Radio Television Hong Kong’s (RTHK) “The Close” program for an exclusive interview on April 29, discussing the current global economy and market with host Carolyn Wright and resident financial expert Peter Guy. 

In the program, Tim conducted an in-depth analysis of China’s latest economic data and analyzed the current market situation and trends. He pointed out that China’s economy is maintaining a steady growth trend. Although it faces some challenges, the overall trend is improving. As the world’s second-largest economy, the steady growth of China’s economy profoundly impacts the global market. Tim added that China’s export growth remains strong, indicating that global demand for Chinese products remains strong. 

Next, the host talked with Tim about Nvidia’s financial report. Tim said that NVIDIA’s recently released financial report shows that its business performance is strong, especially the impressive growth of its data center business. He believes that with the development of artificial intelligence and machine learning technology, Nvidia is expected to continue to benefit from this trend in the next few years. However, he also reminded investors of the risks of market competition and technological change. 

Tim said that recent market fluctuations are mainly due to investors’ concerns about rising inflation and interest rates in the U.S. stock market. 

In terms of gold, Tim believes that despite the recent rise in gold prices, there is limited room for gold prices to rise due to the strength of the U.S. dollar and increasing pressure on real interest rates. He added that investors should pay close attention to global economic and political changes to make informed investment decisions. 

The program then explored the subject of the US dollar exchange rate. Tim pointed out that although the U.S. dollar may be supported in the short term, it may face depreciation pressure in the long term as the U.S. economy faces some challenges, such as fiscal deficits and trade deficits. He believes that investors should pay close attention to the policy trends of the Federal Reserve and the development of the U.S. economic situation. 

The program also analyzed the U.S. economic prospects. Tim said that although the U.S. economy faces some challenges, such as high debt levels and trade tensions, he still believes that the U.S. economy can recover. He believes that the U.S. government and businesses must take proactive measures to promote economic growth and create jobs. He also emphasized the important role of innovation and technological development in U.S. economic growth.