About Towards 24 Hours US Trading Symposium

Intrigued in using our latest special feature on POEMS platforms in trading the US Market during the Asian Hours but unsure how to make good use of it? 

Now here is your chance! Tune in our Towards 24 hours US Trading Symposium webinar on 5 July 2023, Wednesday,  from 12pm to 2pm on Zoom to understand more about our US Asian Hours trading feature and the strategies to tackle it!

What’s even better in store? You will also get to listen to the main key person, Hitoshi Shimoyama, who started this unique feature project in this webinar! 

So what are you waiting for? Register with us now!



Programme Outline

12:15pm to 12:30pm

Opening Address & Keynote Speech – POEMS

Luke Lim, Managing Director

As the Managing Director of Phillip Securities Pte Ltd (PSPL), Luke oversees PSPL’s daily operational businesses, strategic directions and executes management decisions for performance-driven results in consultation with the board of directors. He honed his management leadership style having been responsible for various roles in the PhillipCapital Group of companies since 2004. His experience covers research solutions, overall strategy and business development.

12:30pm to 1:30pm

Sharing of Trading ideas using POEMS towards 24 Hours US Trading

1) US Stocks Picks by Paul Chew

  • Insights and recommendations for key IT stocks namely Amazon, Salesforce and many others!

2) New Opportunities towards 24 Hours US Trading by Lawrence Lee

  • How to make use of trends and news to trade US Asian Hours, ahead of the US opening.

3) Trade with Volatility towards 24 hours US Trading by Hitoshi Shimoyama

  • How to seek for opportunities in trading uptrend, sideway, or downtrend markets with QQQ.

4) Trade US American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) in US Asian Hours: All the things you should know by Jason Fu

  • Investors can now trade US ADRs such as Alibaba and Baidu round the clock with US Asian Hours from 9am (SG time). How can you “up” the game by making use of the news flow in Asian hours and trade into these US ADRs? The speaker will share on the link between the US ADRs and its domestic market trading activities. 

Our Speakers:

Hitoshi Shimoyama, Executive Director

Hitoshi Shimoyama has more than 40 years of experience in the financial industry. He ran Phillip Securities Japan as the CEO for 11 years and currently serving as the executive director of Phillip Securities Singapore. He is the project manager who started the idea of US Asian Hours, which is the first launch in Singapore, and 24 hours US trading. He graduated from University of Tokyo.

Paul Chew, Head of Phillip Securities Research

Paul has 20 years of experience as a fund manager and sell-side analyst. During his time as fund manager, he has managed multiple funds and mandates including capital guaranteed, dividend income, renewable energy, single country and regionally focused funds.

Lawrence Lee, Head of Corporate Development

Lawrence has more than 13 years of experience in the stockbroking industry with in-depth knowledge of Dealing, Sales and Business Development. He ran the Business for Business Department which service Corporate and institutional customers. He passed his CFA Level 3 Examination in 2016 and graduated from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Business in Economic and Finance.

Jason Fu, Deputy Head of Global Markets

Jason has more than 17 years of experience in the stockbroking industry with in-depth knowledge in dealing, sales and product development. He previously ran the Global Markets sales team which services retail, high net worth, corporate as well as B4B customers. He also heads the ETF team where they work with global ETF issuers and exchanges to raise the profile of ETFs as an investment product. He graduated from Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) with a Bachelor of Science in Finance.

1:30pm to 2pm

Q&A Session

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Frequently Asked Questions

You do not need a Zoom account to join the webinar. Please click on the link in the confirmation email and join the session via Zoom Web Client (works best on Chrome) or download Zoom on desktop or mobile before the session starts.

You will receive an email reminders 1 day, and 1 hour prior to the webinar. Do check your email for the link to join.

Yes. The webinar will be recorded and will be uploaded on PhillipCapital YouTube Channel.

We are using the up-vote system where Q&A will start from questions with the highest number of votes. Due to time constraint, similar questions will only be answered once. Also, speakers will only answer questions specific to the presenting market. We will clear off all the questions after each session so as not to confuse the next speaker.

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