I understand we can get alot of reading materials from books, online.. But isnt it gonna be better to have someone go through these investments stuffs directly with you and help you along the way as compared to just reading and thinking you understand what the book says..

I understand we can get alot of reading materials from books, online.. But isnt it gonna be better to have someone go through these investments stuffs directly with you and help you along the way as compared to just reading and thinking you understand what the book says..

Personally ive attended his WA programme in Oct 12 last year and I must it was one of the best investments made. The initial outlay may be great but the returns are much more. PM me if you are interested in attending the course and I can share with you more details.

I understand we can get alot of reading materials from books, online.. But isnt it gonna be better to have someone go through these investments stuffs directly with you and help you along the way as compared to just reading and thinking you understand what the book says..

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A while back, I saw one of Adam Khoos book on trading (probably co-authored with Conrad Whoever) laid on a pile of books to be put back on shelf. I couldnt resist to pick it up as he advertises heavily on local newspapers.

I am a T.A. guy. I can tell you that this guy (and the co-author) has no single bit of knowledge how markets operate and thus how the price moves. His trading method is childish and based on hope that market trends his way.

Dont waste your money on his courses in particular those teaching you how to trade. Ask him to have an audited performance report of at least 20 consecutive trades which he could not cheat.

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I remember he telling his students to buy Citigroup when it was $25 saying it is undervalued. Then $20, then $15.

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i really like the templates to calculate intrinsic value, and also to learn how to spot uptrend and downtrend…

i really like the templates to calculate intrinsic value, and also to learn how to spot uptrend and downtrend…

You are right, just reading books or surfing forums is just not going to cut it. The best way to learn in my opinion is to learn from someone already doing it.

Reading books is just to understand theory, what everyone is looking at and what does not work.

Unfortunately many will proclaim to be already doing it but in fact are just selling snakeoil. There is an entire industry thriving on it.

You are right, just reading books or surfing forums is just not going to cut it. The best way to learn in my opinion is to

Reading books is just to understand theory, what everyone is looking at and what does not work.

Unfortunately many will proclaim to be already doing it but in fact are just selling snakeoil. There is an entire industry thriving on it.

does that means adam khoo? how do i really identify someone who is doing it and also able to guide/teach me. i am willing to learn…

does that means adam khoo? how do i really identify someone who is doing it and also able to guide/teach me. i am willing to learn…

Best to look for mentors who have gone thru at least one stock market cycle of 7yrs(estimate of bull/bear) and came out alive and increase his networth.

And actually.. reading a lot of books by well known investors does help in increasing your knowledge of the subject. Its better to know about the subject when you discuss with your mentors. No one like to spoonfeed you nor want someone who just blindly follows.

Best to look for mentors who have gone thru at least one stock market cycle of 7yrs(estimate of bull/bear) and came out alive and increase his networth.

And actually.. reading a lot of books by well known investors does help in increasing your knowledge of the subject. Its better to know about the subject when you discuss with your mentors. No one like to spoonfeed you nor want someone who just blindly follows.

Have you thought about the irony of it? Paying someone with money to teach you how to make money? Thats paying a fisherman with fishes for him to teach you how to fish.

That being said, its still risk free money thats worth the time if its scalable (doing 1 session for a 1000 and not just for one student). But good luck looking for the real mccoy, they are out there, a lot are recluse, but its akin to sifting the chaff from the wheat. You will find what you want, if you want it bad enough.

Unfornately… there isnt really someone you can go to, pay 5-10k, copy n paste, learn and really make money yourself and be god mode, just like the forummers here and else where like

Thousands, if not hundred thousands are just like you and me. Adam khoo… at least teaches u do the right things, but ntthings right, since who wld teach u how to make money, seriously ?

All those above comments… are because they cant make money after going thru these courses *grinz* but as u and me know all these knowledge they teach are already available in books and internet, and the markets itself, just whether u are hardworking enuff to go thru every single book available in nlb.gov.sg, or watch thru the 5 different markets… stocks, bonds, fx, options, futures, at the same time.

If u are still poor by age 35, you deserve it. – Jack Ma

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