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My school fees were covered by IPO investments, says founder of Tasty Money

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Matthew Chan April 16, 2019


All the tuition fees were earned from investments in Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) when I was studying at university, an online financial information platform founder says.

“I have speculating on stocks when I was at your ages,” said Leung Sam Yan, founder of Alpha Bull Limited in a Shue Yan University talk.

Leung said her father told her to cover half of the tuition fees, despite her family has sufficient savings to pay the full amount.

Leung said her investment experience started from her university age, which she could pay all the fees even not doing part-times or freelances.

Leung was originally a financial journalist, she founded the free financial media Alpha Bull Limited in 2016.

She said it was very difficult at the early stage of starting up a company, which she had to work from 8:30am to 8:30pm.

“However, online media can control the lengths and contents of programme, the flexibility and freedom are much better,” said Leung.

She said the company was now on the right track and successfully found a tipping point of online media.

Huawei announced the company had signed 40 commercial contracts to build 5G telecommunications infrastructure lately.

Asking about the impact on the financial market brought by the coming 5G development, Leung said the competition promoted Sino-US trade war, which affect the trend of various Chinese listed tech companies.

She said the stock price of Zhongxing Telecom Equipmen (ZTE) was up today, since The People's Bank of China had made reverse repurchase agreement to boost the economy.

She said the stock prices would be risen when the war was over.

However, both countries would not let the 5G competition led by another country, said Leung.

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