Archive for May, 2013

Winning is a habit by the great Vince Lombardi

Just watch and see the great man talk , 1:30minutes will inspire you I promise .

Tony Evans

Sir Alex Ferguson Retires

“The most successful manager in English football history will bow out after the West Bromwich Albion game on 19 May and join the football club board.”

What a guy , what a manager what a leader.

A sad day for football .

Question is who will take over?

Tony Evans

Tony Evans


Only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s been swimming naked. – Warren Buffett

Only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s been swimming naked.

Warren Buffett

Makes me remember booms and bust are always in sync so be careful.

Tony Evans


“May the best of your past be the worst of your future”

May the best of your past be the worst of your future

Truly one of my mantras , what does it mean ? It means that the best time in your past will be normal compared to your future experience .

I am so looking forward , feeling this good at this moment will be normal in the future ? Well that just makes me want to live even more of a bigger life , a Evans life 😉

Lets lock and load ,

Tony Evans


Nikkei 225 breaches 14,000 – best in almost 5 years

Japan has an air of BOOM brewing , economic that is .
Stock markets are up nearly 50% in one year , yen weakening and improving economic activity , can it last ? I think so when Nikkei starts to go 19,000 /20,000 then it’s time to re think .
We have been focused and bombarded with negative news for past 5 years we believe good news won’t last , for the moment it ill .

It’s here to stay , enjoy the good news , good wether and good return .

Personally i have a view profits are only profits when you bank them .

Tony Evans
Tokyo 8th May

Nikkei 225 breaches 14,000 – best in almost 5 years.

The Japanese Nikkei 225 stock average pushed through 14,000 for the first time since June 2008, after stock markets in Japan reopened from a two-day holiday.

During the closed period for the Golden Week holidays, the yen fell, the European Central Bank cut its benchmark rates and US jobs data beat estimates. Consequently, by the end of the morning session, the Nikkei was up 2.8% to 14,083. Such gains were led by the basic materials and consumer goods sectors, with almost all companies on the index posting rises.

Furthermore, analysts believe that improving corporate earnings could also boost sentiment further in the days ahead.

Of which, Toyota Motor surged 4.4% a day after the Nikkei newspaper said that the operating profit for the year ended March 31 was expected to have tripled from a year earlier. Nissan Motor also jumped 5% ahead of its earnings announcement later this week.

Elsewhere in Asia, the MSCI Asia Pacific index rose 1%, while South Korea’s Kospi Composite index slipped and Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 index retreated – amid caution ahead of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s monetary policy decision.

Australia’s central bank has cut its benchmark interest rate to a record low of 2.75%, in an attempt to counter slowing growth in the country’s mining sector. The bank said that it expects investment in the resources sector, one of its biggest drivers of growth, to peak this year.


“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”

“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”
Walt Disney

Have to agree 100% on this , a great Quote to enjoy the day.

Stop talking about it and just do it ,

First step to success , and as I type this I can hear myself saying ” on that note Evans , stop talking and go to work , lock and load and enjoy the day ”

Tony Evans

Glad to be back in Tokyo ,


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