1. Charoenwong, Ben and Sai Teja Aravapalli (2020, July 29), "Promises and pitfalls of Simple Moving Average Strategies". Kuvera. Retrieved from

  2. Charoenwong, Ben. (2020, March 29), "Teaching during COVID-19". Medium: Age of Awareness. Retrieved from

  3. Charoenwong, Ben. (2018, June 24). "What is asset allocation?". The Straits Times. Retrieved from

  4. Charoenwong, Ben. (2020, March 28). "Advice for Recorded Presentations". Medium. Retrieved from

Videos, Webinars, and Reference Material/Notes

I try to cite all the references that I make, from facts to research, during discussions. You may find the reference write-ups below in case you are interested in any of the research that I mention. In addition, I provide a link to the discussion, if it were recorded and publicly available.

  1. Charoenwong, Ben. (2021, January 30), "Market Euphoria", Channel News Asia.

  2. Charoenwong, Ben. (2020, July 3), "The Great Depression and Quant Funds", discussion with Peter Fort and moderated by G U Renukanand. Event Link here. Video here.

  3. Charoenwong, Ben. (2020, April 2), "Conversation on 2020 Pandemic - The View from Asia" with many others, moderated by Prof. Joseph Cherian. Event Link here. Video here.

  4. Charoenwong, Ben. (2020, August 6), "Behavioral Science in Financial Policy-making", hostedy by the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum. Event was closed-doored and not recorded per OMFIF rules. These references contain no confidential information.

  5. Charoenwong, Ben. (2021, January 7), "Behind The Poker Face: Chia Teck Leng", hosted by Money 98.3 FM. Video here.


This set of articles feature some of my comments. Typically, I am asked a question to which I provide an answer, but the article's author may selectively select parts or paraphrase my answer.

  1. Ng, Desmond. (2020, September 12). "Unable to resist a bargain, more Singaporeans turn to stock market amid COVID-19". CNA Insider. Retrieved from

  2. Lim, Joyce. (2021, January 14). "Record number of companies put on MAS alert list last year". Straits Times. Retrieved from