Listed in reverse chronological order
(2022, June 6). "Geopolitics affecting HK's financial market. Can Singapore benefit?" ThinkChina. Retrieved from https://www.thinkchina.sg/geopolitics-affecting-hks-financial-market-can-singapore-benefit.
with Jonathan Reiter. (2022, May 25) "Decentralised stablecoins are impossible". The Edge Singapore. Retrieved from https://www.theedgesingapore.com/views/cryptocurrency/decentralised-stablecoins-are-impossible
(2022, January 4) "How much should Singaporean investors care about inflation in the US?". NUS BizBeats. Retrieved from https://bizbeat.nus.edu.sg/thought-leadership/article/how-much-should-singaporean-investors-care-about-inflation-in-the-us/
with Weina Zhang. (2021, August 13) "China's crackdown on cryptocurrencies: Trade-offs between stability and innovation ". ThinkChina. Retrieved from https://www.thinkchina.sg/chinas-crackdown-cryptocurrencies-trade-offs-between-stability-and-innovation
(2021, June 16) "Commentary: Maybe Elon Musk should stop tweeting about Tesla". Channel News Asia. Retrieved from https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/commentary/elon-musk-tesla-cryptocurrency-tweet-share-price-15011606
(2021, May 31), "PayNow + PromptPay = Promising". NUS BizBeats. Retrieved from https://bizbeat.nus.edu.sg/thought-leadership/article/paynow-promptpay-promising/
with Tan Zong Ting. (2021, March 14), "The costs of doing your own trades." The Straits Times. Retrieved from https://www.straitstimes.com/business/invest/the-costs-of-doing-your-own-trades.
(2021, March 1), "GameStop and the gamification of retail speculation". NUS News. Retrieved from https://news.nus.edu.sg/gamestop-and-the-gamification-of-retail-speculation/.
with Weina Zhang. (2021, February 9), "Wall Street, foreign investment hankering for China deals despite US sanctions." ThinkChina. Retrieved from https://www.thinkchina.sg/wall-street-foreign-investment-hankering-china-deals-despite-us-sanctions. Also on NUS News, Retrieved from https://bizbeat.nus.edu.sg/thought-leadership/article/is-the-tide-of-hostile-sino-american-relations-turning/
(2021, January 5), "3 stock market risks to watch out for in 2021." The Fifth Person. Retrieved from https://fifthperson.com/3-risks-stock-market-2021/.
(2020, December 18), "Looking Back at 2020 with 20/20." The Fifth Person. Retrieved from https://fifthperson.com/looking-back-at-2020/.
(2020, July 19), "Let's Get Real with Real Estate." The Straits Times. Retrieved from https://www.straitstimes.com/business/invest/lets-get-real-with-real-estate.
(2020, July 9), "S-E Asia still has room in monetary policy arsenal". The Star. Retrieved from https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2020/07/09/s-e-asia-still-has-room-in-monetary-policy-arsenal.
with Emir Hrnjic. (2020, June 19) , "Did Islamic equity funds outperform?" The Star. Retrieved from https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2020/06/19/did-islamic-equity-funds-outperform#cxrecs_s . Re-printed in Bosnian 1, 2, 3.
(2019, September 16). "The One Reason Why AI/ML for AML/KYC has failed (so far)". Medium: Machine Learning. Retrieved from https://medium.com/@BenCharoenwong/the-one-reason-why-machine-learning-for-aml-kyc-has-failed-so-far-38e3388ad85c
(2018, December 31). "Why do Economic Research in Singapore?". Medium. Retrieved from https://medium.com/@BenCharoenwong/why-do-economic-research-in-singapore-73dacc7c60fa
(2015, December 13). "You Don't Have to be Good at What You Do". Medium. Retrieved from https://medium.com/@BenCharoenwong/you-don-t-have-to-be-good-at-what-you-do-e185955219d0
(2015, December 8). "We Still Need Economic Models to Learn From Big Data". Medium. Retrieved from https://medium.com/@BenCharoenwong/we-still-need-economic-models-to-learn-from-big-data-9cce197c736e
(2012, December 5). "Missing Half the Market in the Call for More Corporate Social Responsibility". Medium. Retrieved from https://medium.com/@BenCharoenwong/missing-half-the-market-in-the-call-for-more-corporate-social-responsibility-d0b8ad42af5c
References/Quotes in Articles by Others
This set of articles feature some of my comments in reverse chronological order. Typically, I am asked a question to which I provide an answer, and the article's author may selectively select parts or paraphrase my answer. I typically request explicitly for none of my answers to be misrepresented, but I do not have final say in that process.
Chiang, Sheila. (2022, May 25). "When crypto crashes, what happens to crypto payments?" The Ken. Retrieved from https://the-ken.com/story/when-crypto-crashes-what-happens-to-crypto-payments/.
Lim, Paige. (2022, April 25). "SMEs find niche role for crypto payments". The Business Times. Retrieved from https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/sme/smes-find-niche-role-for-crypto-payments.
Chern, Kan Wang. (2022, January 21). "MAS ban on promoting crypto activities to public necessary, say experts." The Straits Times. Retrieved from https://www.straitstimes.com/business/companies-markets/mas-ban-on-promoting-crypto-activities-to-public-necessary-say-experts.
Lim, Joyce. (2021, October 1). "MAS grants crypto licences to DBS unit and Australian exchange; more licences expected to be issued". The Straits Times. Retrieved from https://www.straitstimes.com/business/banking/mas-grants-crypto-licences-to-dbs-and-australian-exchange-more-licences-expected-to.
Ang, Prisea. (2021, September 27). "PayNow tie-ups spur competition in cross-border payments scene". The Straits Times. Retrieved from https://www.straitstimes.com/business/banking/paynow-tie-ups-spur-competition-in-cross-border-payments-scene. (Reprinted in Thai at ThaiBizSingapore and TechTelegraph UK.)
Lim, Joyce. (2021, July 19). "Hard for digital currency to catch on as form of payment in Singapore." The Straits Times. Retrieved from https://www.straitstimes.com/business/companies-markets/hard-for-digital-currency-to-catch-on-as-form-of-payment-in-singapore and https://www.straitstimes.com/business/invest/hard-for-digital-currency-to-catch-on-as-form-of-payment-here
Ng, Desmond. (2020, September 12). "Unable to resist a bargain, more Singaporeans turn to stock market amid COVID-19". CNA Insider. Retrieved from https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/cnainsider/bargain-more-singaporeans-trading-shares-stock-market-covid-19-13103664.
Lim, Joyce. (2021, January 14). "Record number of companies put on MAS alert list last year". The Straits Times. Retrieved from https://www.straitstimes.com/business/companies-markets/record-number-of-companies-put-on-mas-alert-list-last-year.
Abdullah, Zhaki. (2021, April 2). "Gotta collect ‘em all: Pokemon, sports trading card boom spreads to Singapore". Channel News Asia. Retrieved from https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/trading-card-boom-pokemon-sports-cards-collectibles-ebay-14496540
with Victor de Wever and Frédéric Philippot. (2021, August 8), "5 myths about diversifying investments". The Straits Times. Retrieved from https://www.straitstimes.com/business/invest/5-myths-about-diversifying-investments
(2021, July 28), "Metadata: A Summary of Financial Statement Reporting Frequencies around the World". Medium. Retrieved from https://medium.com/@BenCharoenwong/metadata-a-summary-of-financial-statement-reporting-frequencies-around-the-world-8369c5a2b6ee
Charoenwong, Ben and Sai Teja Aravapalli (2020, July 29), "Promises and pitfalls of Simple Moving Average Strategies". Kuvera. Retrieved from https://kuvera.in/blog/promises-and-pitfalls-of-simple-moving-average-strategies/
(2020, March 29), "Teaching during COVID-19". Medium: Age of Awareness. Retrieved from https://medium.com/age-of-awareness/teaching-during-covid-19-8a28498ec92
(2018, June 24). "What is asset allocation?". The Straits Times. Retrieved from https://www.straitstimes.com/business/invest/what-is-asset-allocation-0
(2020, March 28). "Advice for Recorded Presentations". Medium. Retrieved from https://medium.com/@BenCharoenwong/advice-for-recorded-presentations-78e3caea6a9b
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.
(2022, February 28). "Money mind: 5 things you need to know about t rising interest rates. Channel News Asia. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/listen/money-mind/5-things-you-need-know-about-rising-interest-rates-ep-14-2524371.
(2022, February 12) . "Money Mind 2021/2022 - S1E38: Budget Wishlist". Channel News Asia Money Mind. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/watch/money-mind-2021.
(2021, August 16). "Explosion of value in collectible trading cards." Power98 Radio.
(2021, March 15). "Spotting a stock market bubble and how investors can shield themselves EP 3". Channel News Asia Money Mind. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/podcasts/money-mind/spotting-a-stock-market-bubble-and-how-investors-can-shield-14408742.
(2021, January 7). "Behind The Poker Face: Chia Teck Leng", hosted by Money 98.3 FM. Video here.
(2020, August 6), "Behavioral Science in Financial Policy-making", hosted by the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum. Event was closed-doored and not recorded per OMFIF rules. These references contain no confidential information.