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This CIO says Netflix is 'just getting started' in Asia

Hugh Johnson of Hugh Johnson Advisors explains why investing in Netflix is "not for the faint of heart."

'This is a trade war that began in 2010,' says CIO

Bryan Goh of Bordier & Cie explains why "there could be positives" from the U.S.-China trade war.

Trump now seems like a 'mouthpiece' of Russia: Motley Fool

David Kuo of The Motley Fool Singapore says President Donald Trump's decision to meet with Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin following the American indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers is "just outrageous."

'We should never underestimate human stupidity': Historian

Yuval Harari of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem says populists are selling "nostalgic fantasies about the past instead of real visions for the future."

China is laying out the 'trenches' on trade for the US: Strategist

David Roche of Independent Strategy says the export of goods from China to the U.S. is a result of global supply chain efficiency rather than Beijing's trade practices.

The cause for worry is the 'war' on technology, not trade: DBS

Piyush Gupta of DBS Group says the "butting of heads" is likely to occur as Beijing pursues the Made in China 2025 plan.

Trump's 'problematic stance' toward NATO hasn't changed: Expert

Nina Jankowicz of the Wilson Center Kennan Institute also explains why it is unlikely the U.S. will exit the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

Fox is likely to win the battle for Sky at a cost: Analyst

Rob Enderle of Enderle Group says the amount being put forth by Comcast and Twenty-First Century Fox is "beyond what Sky really should be worth in an era of Amazon and Netflix."

Discussing Trump's defense demands at the NATO summit

Doug Bandow of the Cato Institute says President Donald Trump has legitimate concerns regarding the defense expenditure of NATO countries but expresses them in an "unreasonable" manner.

Xiaomi's IPO today is 'just a milestone,' says early investor

Tuck Lye Koh of Shunwei Capital explains why Xiaomi is "absolutely an internet company."

North Korea is 'playing to Trump's vanity,' says strategist

Sean King of Park Strategies says North Korea is attempting to "divide" President Donald Trump from his own cabinet.

This CEO says Xiaomi's IPO is at the 'all-time worst timing'

Francis Lun of GEO Securities says Xiaomi's IPO "would have been a great success" if it had chosen to list in January or March this year instead.

This economist says Malaysia is in 'policy paralysis'

Song Seng Wun of CIMB Private Banking says many businessmen with ties to the previous administration in Malaysia are now "running scared and hiding."

China's RRR cut seems like a 'preemptive measure': Fitch

Jonathan Cornish of Fitch Ratings says the People's Bank of China's move to cut banks' reserve requirements was done in anticipation of a potential escalation in trade tensions.

This company is a victim of the US-China solar dispute

James A. May II of REC Silicon says the company has went through successive layoffs since being blocked out of the Chinese market in 2014 as a result of the country's trade spat with the U.S. over solar panels.

The 1MDB probe in Malaysia is 'inherently political': Professor

Bridget Welsh of John Cabot University says it will likely take "multiple years" for the current Malaysian government to achieve closure on the 1MDB scandal.

Virgin Australia launches a new Sydney-Hong Kong flight

John Borghetti of Virgin Australia discusses the airline's plans to expand its coverage in the Greater China region.

Nissin Foods CEO on the demand for 'premium' instant noodles

Kiyotaka Ando of Nissin Foods discusses how the company's products are remaining competitive against food delivery services.

This CEO says the US and China are in a 'proposal war'

Jason Brady of Thornburg Investment Management says the impact of trade measures by the U.S. and China will be "real" on both economies but "fractional."

A look at Xiaomi's business strategy ahead of its IPO

Kitty Fok of IDC China says Xiaomi has done well in diversifying beyond its main mobile business into the smart home sector in China but there is "still a long way to go."

This CEO is 'very positive' on Tesla's growth right now

Ross Gerber of Gerber Kawasaki says it's not fair to compare Tesla to other car companies as it's building the "iPhone of cars."

A look at the 'sub-regions' of the Middle East

Khaled Abdel Majeed of MENA Capital says the risks faced in the Middle East are mainly political in nature rather than economic.

A look at Japan's discount retailers

Andrew Jackson of SooChow CSSD Capital Markets (Asia) says the discount retailers in Japan are "probably the brightest spot" in the sector.

Investors should 'be mindful where the exits are,' says CIO

Jim Lowell of Adviser Investments says the "behavioral aspect" of headlines is driving investors in the U.S. markets to make decisions based on "fear rather than fundamentals."

Discussing the outlook for IPOs in Hong Kong

Ringo Choi of EY says the second half of 2018 is expected to be "very, very busy" for Hong Kong's stock exchange.

We 'build' our own technology based on consumer needs: Ant Financial

Douglas Feagin of Ant Financial says the company is "confident" about its ability to innovate from within and is not looking to "go around the world and try to buy technology."

It was a 'pretty bloody day' for US markets: The Sevens Report

Tom Essaye of The Sevens Report says longer-term investors should "absolutely" be buying on the market dip as the fundamentals of technology companies such as Amazon, Netflix and Facebook "can't be denied."