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Post by Tenbinza »

HI All,
Has anybody attended any of the courses by Sean Seah , Ken Chee or Adam Khoo?
What do you think of courses?

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Post by candy_chia »

The Fortitude to Control Emotions is the key to attain humongous profit in investing.

Personally, I feel that all investors should understand themselves (I am still trying to master the Investor psychology aspect) and what investment strategies or methods are more applicable to them.

Wealth Direction has affordable Coaching program & Essential Financial Analysis (a few hundred bucks) for the graduates: ... &Itemid=42

Profile of 2 of the coaches: ... s-trainer/

Similar to what Warren Buffett stated,
“Success in investing doesn’t correlate with I.Q. once you’re above the level of 25. Once you have ordinary intelligence,

what you need is the TEMPERAMENT to CONTROL the Urges that get other people into trouble in investing.”

A friend who attended Adam Khoo's stock course preview last year, what's apps me this picture:

The normal course fee ($6,865.36) for Adam Khoo's 4 days intensive stock investing course, with monthly meet up, books, CD, online access to his stock portfolio. Early bird sign-up price is.... .


by accord » Tue Feb 07, 2012 1:07 am
accord wrote:
Speaker Ken Chee emphasised too much on Warren Bufett's way of investing.
He gave examples of how he made $$ from 2 stocks (VICOM and OKP).
His MIP (millionaire investor program) cost $3495.
My view is that its an overvalue course with only learning Warren Buffett's Value investing.
Not impressed.

Ken also conducts a closed-door free workshop during breaks to interested investor to sign up for his premium course.
It heard that it cost about $8000+ which includes MIP, mentoring session, opportunity to meet up in person with management of listed companies and may able to get insider news/tips.

My take: Dennis's course for a 3-in-1 is a steal in term of price and knowledge we get.
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Temperament is key to Success in Investing

Post by candy_chia »

One graduate checked with me whether there is any well-known financial consultant to design portfolio.

My view is that everyone should remember that you are investing with your HARD EARNED Money, so you shouldn't rely on a 3rd party's advice (who has not attained financial freedom) to make or break your wealth. :roll:

Warren Buffett aptly puts it:

Another intriguing quote I came across:
“When a man with money meets a man with experience, the man with experience Leaves with Money and the man with money leaves with experience.”
Always bear in mind that your own Resolution to SUCCEED is more important than any other.
Abraham Lincoln

(1) Based on the survey result I conducted in MYF forum,

53% attain investment gain of 0.1 to 10%
6% attain investment gain of >10 to 20%
6% attain investment gain of >20 to 30%
13% attain investment gain of >30% ... =14&t=2866

(2) This is due to shorter holding period of stock portfolio of graduates.
The entry point for majority (77%) of the graduates range from 6 months to 3 years according to the survey result on Jun 17, 2013.

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