Biography of the Author David Kuo

David Kuo

Contributor to CNA, Asia's leading English-language news platform.

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  1. billionaire composite

    Commentary: Singapore's game plan to court more billionaires to come here is paying off

    Besides low tax rates, Singapore’s regulatory changes are attracting more family offices to set-up here and that could have a multiplier effect on ...
  2. Singapore Phase 2 Takashimaya customers

    Commentary: Those who can afford it must spend more to save the economy

    Consumers can do our part to increase consumer spending because it is a lever that could have a big impact and one that we have some control over, ...
  3. The logo of e-commerce firm Shopee is displayed outside its regional headquarters in Singapore

    Commentary: Singapore's Sea is world's best performing stock. And it can do better

    Sea Limited’s rapid stock rise has given it a market capital larger than any other Singapore company, says The Smart Investor’s David Kuo.
  4. FILE PHOTO: Gold bars are displayed at South Africa's Rand Refinery in Germiston

    Commentary: Gold may have lost some of its shine but don’t write it off just yet

    Although the price of gold has come down from an all-time high of more than US$2,000 in August, it has the potential to rise, says The Smart ...
  5. singapore dollar bank notes

    Commentary: Low interest rates don’t necessarily mean we keep more cash in hand

    As enticing and appealing as cash might be, the problem is that there is a cost associated with keeping it, says The Smart Investor CEO David Kuo.
  6. Red carpet for the Axel Springer award, in Berlin

    Commentary: Don’t be too quick to write-off Elon Musk

    Some might criticise multi-billionaire Musk for biting off more than he can chew and having his finger in too many pies, says David Kuo.
  7. Team Singapore at the Razer SEA Games e-sports bootcamp

    Commentary: Has Razer found a new way to reach profitability?

    Razer is already a quoted company that is now answerable to shareholders who will judge its performance on traditional metrics, says David Kuo.
  8. Keppel

    Commentary: Keppel’s exit of rig business may have bigger implications for Singapore's offshore and marine sector

    The world’s largest rig-builder’s decision shouldn’t come as a surprise though, says David Kuo, as the sun has been slowly setting on a shrinking ...