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New to investing
12-01-2018, 05:10 PM,
Post: #41
RE: New to investing
(12-01-2018, 02:54 PM)zz... Wrote: usually a lot of sales pitch during investment talks/seminars/training

that's what happening in a lot of preview talks.


everyone goes through the same thing until you pay enough tuition fee to learn to differentiate the solid ones from the average ones.

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12-01-2018, 05:22 PM,
Post: #42
RE: New to investing
(12-01-2018, 05:10 PM)the_fallen Wrote:
(12-01-2018, 02:54 PM)zz... Wrote: usually a lot of sales pitch during investment talks/seminars/training

that's what happening in a lot of preview talks.


everyone goes through the same thing until you pay enough tuition fee to learn to differentiate the solid ones from the average ones.
And the scary part is... Some think they are able to differentiate the solid and the average. But you don't know what you don't know.

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13-01-2018, 03:12 PM,
Post: #43
RE: New to investing
(12-01-2018, 05:22 PM)If holymage Wrote:
(12-01-2018, 05:10 PM)the_fallen Wrote:
(12-01-2018, 02:54 PM)zz... Wrote: usually a lot of sales pitch during investment talks/seminars/training

that's what happening in a lot of preview talks.


everyone goes through the same thing until you pay enough tuition fee to learn to differentiate the solid ones from the average ones.
And the scary part is... Some think they are able to differentiate the solid and the average. But you don't know what you don't know.

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Agree.
The key is to get to know people who already spend sufficient tuition fees across the different Trainers to know their pattern, followup support to advise newbiews on which are the more appropriate course based on their individual needs instead of paying unnecessary tuition fees again.

That's when forums helps to connect one another where we get to know each other better in person.

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13-01-2018, 06:04 PM,
Post: #44
RE: New to investing
(12-01-2018, 01:31 PM)the_fallen Wrote: Learn from a tested, proven mentor, who walks the walk, talks the talk and leads by example with good after course follow up and support group.

I myself sign up for lots of self-improvement and self-development courses including investment courses and have finally found the right mentor and support group that offers on-going support.

Majority of the trainers will simply charge you a 1-time-off fee for a 3-5 days max investment training and you're on your on.
The latest trainer i learn from have a series of FREE follow up classes, tutorials and meet ups to guide us into becoming better value investors with regular followup and support programs.

If you like to find out more, let me know, i can help you find out their preview dates.

Given your extensive knowledge in this area, maybe you would like to share with the readers here a summary/comparison/opinions supported by reason/evidence of the many investing courses you have attended?

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14-01-2018, 12:29 AM, (This post was last modified: 14-01-2018, 12:31 AM by the_fallen.)
Post: #45
RE: New to investing
Here's the summary

1) don't learn from international Trainers who fly over to Singapore just to teach.
-> majority are just coming in, take the money and fly off without real-time support for effectively learning

2) don't attend courses that doesn't teach you a fundamental skill(s) like they teach you a technique that's they develop themselves (such are not Time tested Nor proven over Decades (especially for investment skills)

3) find out the type of support you will be receiving if you join the course, only if you're comfortable with the type of suppprt than make your own decision

4) don't buy into courses that teaches a secret (like a black box strategy that's they are not revealing) that depends on the in-house system (this is holding you HOSTAGE) to them like a drug addiction; what if they stop suppprt halfway, so goes your investment.

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09-02-2018, 01:31 PM,
Post: #46
RE: New to investing
Just learn DIY by continous reading anything U can grab hold on.

Like this article:-

https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/...-toxic-mix

Then it's up to U how to interpret & practically use it to your advantage.

If me only half-past-six education can do it why not U?
WB:-

1) Rule # 1, do not lose money.
2) Rule # 2, refer to # 1.
3) Not until you can manage your emotions, you can manage your money.

Truism of Investments.
A) Buying a security is buying RISK not Return
B) You can control RISK (to a certain level, hopefully only.) But definitely not the outcome of the Return.

NB:-
My signature is meant for psychoing myself. No offence to anyone. i am trying not to lose money unnecessary anymore.

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23-03-2018, 12:17 PM, (This post was last modified: 23-03-2018, 12:19 PM by Temperament.)
Post: #47
RE: New to investing
"It’s Hard To Predict How You’ll Respond To Risk"



http://www.collaborativefund.com/blog/future-self/
WB:-

1) Rule # 1, do not lose money.
2) Rule # 2, refer to # 1.
3) Not until you can manage your emotions, you can manage your money.

Truism of Investments.
A) Buying a security is buying RISK not Return
B) You can control RISK (to a certain level, hopefully only.) But definitely not the outcome of the Return.

NB:-
My signature is meant for psychoing myself. No offence to anyone. i am trying not to lose money unnecessary anymore.

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