So far, there are few readers asked me to teach stock investment.
For me, teaching is a bloody serious and noble business; and also a great responsibility. I am not qualified to teach and take that kind of great responsibility.
If you really seriously want to learn stock investment, I suggest the following trainers. I have no affiliation with them.
- EquitiesTracker (I attended) – Provides basic courses about value investment. Never underestimate the basic course. It provides sufficient skills and knowledge for you to perform successful value investment.
- Adam Khoo Stock Investment Course (My wife attended) – You can gain additional practical knowledge and strategy. His course is not expensive, and provides on-going tuition.
- Conrad Lim – Provides outstanding course about technical analysis. Some people may not like Conrad because Conrad is a cocky. I attended only his 3-day advanced technical analysis course where he charged us RM300 only (crazy huh). For me, he is a good teacher, and corrected me in technical analysis. I am fine with his cocky attitude because I have seen and deal with some people worse than Conrad.
My mentors are my father and father-in-law. My father is a very poor stock trader/investor, so I swear not to follow his mistakes. My father did tell me to buy two outstanding stocks when I was in school: PBBANK and GAB. He told me that buying stock is just common sense. My father-in-law is a bloody successful stock investor. He taught me practical knowledge and experience informally, but with due respect to him, he is really not good in teaching. The above 3 courses helped me to formulize the intacit knowledge where learnt from my mentors, and also, make my investment methodology more systematic.
Of course, I am very happy to make some friends who enjoy investing. If you share the same passion with me, drop me a message. We can catch up at somewhere in KL/PJ.