Kishore Mahbubani at the National University of Singapore says that a cohesive Southeast Asian bloc was part of the reason for China's peaceful rise.
Donald Trump can cut deals on trade with China but the "one China" policy is non-negotiable, says Kishore Mahbubani at the National University of Singapore.
Thomas Hilboldt at HSBC talks about how the OPEC and non-OPEC production cuts will lead to further tightening in the oil markets.
Markets have only priced in two Fed hikes even though the Fed is projecting three, says Gareth Nicholson at Aberdeen AM Asia.
Michael Dunne at Dunne Automotive says the two factors to watch are interest rates and gas prices.
Mike Vorhaus at Frank N. Magid Associates says that technology will be "kind of smart" for the next couple of years.
Warren Gilman at CEF Holdings says that there are headwinds ahead for gold, while oil prices will disappoint.
Rodrigo Catril at NAB says that policy divergence between the Fed and other central banks suggests further support for the USD.
Norman Chan at Oreana Private Wealth explains where the yuan's headed and why he favors Asian consumer staples.
Joel Aberbach at UCLA weighs in on Trump's tweets targeting companies and the Affordable Care Act.
Kunal Ghosh at Allianz Global Investors explains why emerging markets will benefit from infrastructure spending plans.
Microsoft, Applied Materials and Interdigital are the most attractive tech stocks to watch out for, says Michael Robinson at MoneyMorning.com.
Xavier Denis at Societe Generale says that economic growth data and earnings-supportive policies suggest that market momentum will continue.
Brad Gastwirth, CEO of ABR Investment Strategy, talks about the fragmented smart home hardware sector and semiconductor companies.
The U.S. dollar is expected to pull back in the short term but this will be a buying opportunity, says Elias Haddad at Commonwealth Bank.
However, cooling measures are starting to make an impact, says Nicholas Holt at Knight Frank.
Richard Martin, MD at IMA Asia, says that if Trump chooses policies influenced by ideology this year will be 'a mess.'
Malaysia, South Korea and Singapore are among the countries with the most vacation-deprived people, says Expedia's Simon Fiquet.
Companies are too busy focusing on protecting the perimeter instead of what's going on in their networks, says Sanjay Aurora at Darktrace.
It suits OPEC members' interests to stick to the proposed cuts but a recovery in prices could diminish compliance, says Reza Amanat of Argus Media.