Jing Pan, B.Sc., MA

Jing Pan is a research analyst and editor at Lombardi Publishing Corporation. His interests are in the fields of macroeconomics, technology, and currency. His major projects have included analyzing the relationship between the interpersonal trust index and economic performance, algorithmic trading in the foreign exchange markets, and researching the long-term impact of welfare programs.

Jing holds a Master’s Degree in Economics and a Bachelor of Science Degree, both from the University of Toronto.

Jing was co-founder of E-Learning’s Online Tutoring Service in Beijing, China; a project analyst at BMO Capital Markets; and a graduate research assistant at the University of Toronto. In his spare time, Jing plays basketball, the violin, and the ukulele.

Jing Pan's Articles

Why “Buy the Dip” Is Easier Said than Done

Is There a Strategy Better than “Buy the Dip?” It’s my understanding that income investors tend to be more value-conscious than growth investors. The reason is simple: at any level of cash payout, a company’s dividend yield moves inversely to.

IBM Stock: Earn a 5.5% Yield… from a Tech Stock?

Why This Overlooked Tech Giant Could Be an Opportunity The market hasn’t been very income-investor-friendly for a quite a while. Due to the Federal Reserve’s low-interest-rate policy after the Great Recession, fixed income products haven’t yielded much in the past.

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