Albert Sung is the author of Correlation Economics, monitoring breaking economic news on a day to day basis. He started investing in 2008 because of the economic crisis and holds a masters degree in chemical engineering. Previously, he worked several years as a process engineer at Ashland, a competitor of Dow Chemical. Today, he works as a regulatory compliance consultant at J&J, but his real passion will stay in macro-economics. His experience in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry allows him to monitor the economy from a process engineering standpoint, analyzing macro-economic charts, correlations and trends.
Ingeniero Quimico,trabajo en Chile en lixiviacion de oxicloruros de cobre, La Cerro de Pasco Corporation en plantas de fundicioon de cobre , plomo y zinc , planta de acido sulfurico , luego en tensoactivos en la Uni lever y la Bayer en produccion de fibra acrilica
I own investment properties, and actively invest in the stock market. I try to stay diversified, but tend to overweight stocks and space in the market that appear undervalued. I am particularly long commodities.
I am an attorney practicing in tax law. I work for and litigate income tax matters on behalf of a State government. I started building a retirement income portfolio in 2015 and focus primarily on dividend paying stocks. My time frame until retirement is approximately 2045.