Deep Deep faces its first mini black swan event and still triumphs. On a monthly basis, the Deep Deep portfolio lost out to Aggregate Value Fund (AVF), Berkshire Hathaway and the benchmark indexes. Deep Deep was up 1.1% for the past month. The primary cause was the recent US banking crisis which triggered a massive sale of US banking stocks.
Deep Deep continues to win, gaining 0.34% while beating human-managed portfolios represented by Tong’s Portfolio, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, Aggregate Value Fund and all the benchmark indexes despite a lacklustre month in February.
Deep Deep’s supremacy continues. Over the past month, Deep Deep, our machine learning AI, has risen 5.77%, beating all the human portfolios represented by Tong’s Portfolio.
China population fell in 2022 for the first time in 6 decades, a historic turn with profound implications for its economy and the world. Professor Kishore Mahbubani, renowned diplomat and Chairman of Aggregate Asset Management, weighed in on the issue.
The Santa Rally never came, but Deep Deep, our machine learning AI, reigns supreme again
While the Anglo Saxon media does not get China wrong all the time, it does gets China wrong a lot of the time.
The United States has launched a major geopolitical contest against China without a long term comprehensive strategy. Professor Kishore Mahbubani gave his views in the Aggregate Future Series.
We beat Berkshire Hathaway, AVF (our own fund), Dow Jones and MSCI Asia Pacific. Our worthy competitor, Mr Tong’s portfolio, rode on the Asian markets’ recovery by picking several Asian big-cap stocks and bond funds (a different asset class), thereby achieving an awesome 13.51% return. Our congratulations to Mr Tong but the game is still afoot.
Can the world now breathe a sigh of relief after the meeting between President Biden and President Xi at the G20 Summit on 14 Nov 2022?
First-month results of the Battle of the Portfolios are out! Our AI called Deep Deep has performed admirably well, achieving 4.46% monthly return against the competing portfolios. From the comparison table, we can see that Deep Deep edged out Tong’s Portfolio by 2.38% and our very own Aggregate Value Fund by 0.83%.