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Being a financial journalist should be sensitive to numbers and stock market, says an experienced journalist.

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Being a financial journalist should be sensitive to numbers and stock market, says an experienced  journalist.
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Being a financial journalist should be sensitive to numbers and stock market, says an experienced journalist.

Reported by Ivy Kong 2019/4/16

A professional financial journalist should have good understanding on stock market and report figures accurately, said Leung Sam Yan, founder of the Alpha Bull Limited.

She said that people's lives were inseparable from finance. She took the exchange of yen as an example. "A lot of people like traveling to Japan, but they don't know that the yen will rise every March, because it is the settlement month in Japan,” said Leung at a Hong Kong Shue Yan University weekly forum.

Leung also said that investment depends on courage and EQ. Young people did not need to take responsibility for raising a family. They should try to invest and should not be afraid of failure. She encouraged that young people should get more investment, otherwise they will make less profits in the middle of the year.

Leung pointed out that young people nowadays are less sensitive to money and lack of awareness of money. It was because they were protected by their parents, so they were less exposed to investment. However, when she was studying, she had to pay half of the university tuition fees by herself.

She encouraged young people who were interested in becoming financial journalists to get in touch with financial news as soon as possible and trained their sensitivity to numbers, otherwise the learning outcomes would be greatly reduced.

She suggested that beginners first download financial applications, such as Etnet, AAStore, or watch online financial channels, and use different channels to see financial information. Leung also suggested downloading mainland programs such as Sina Finance and Futu Network. “Mainland media generally spread more quickly than Hong Kong's financial news, so that investors can pay attention to the market,” said Leung.

Leung Sam Yan was an experienced financial journalist who hosted a financial program called “Tasty Money” on every morning. She had a deep understanding on the stock market and she used to share her own thoughts on investing.

--165032 2019年4月16日 (二) 22:36 (CST)

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