The Stock Market
In the stock market, there are 2 schools of thought, Fundamental Analysis and Technical Analysis. If you use Fundamental Analysis, you are an investor. If you use Technical Analysis, you are a trader.
The BIGGEST CHALLENGE most Retail Investors faced is the lack of capital or time. In order to generate a reasonable profit from an investment, an investor needs a substantial amount of capital.
In order to generate cashflow from trading, a trader would need to take an active role in the market in order to generate a reasonable profit from trading.
It is true that you do not need a lot of money to invest in a stock or to trade. To buy 100 shares of Singtel will cost you about $300. However, a 20% gain in share price will translate to $60 gains. An impressive ROI, but $60 cannot do much in our society.
Therefore, other than learning how to invest, a retail investor has to curb the challenge of limited time and capital as well.
Our Twin Engine Flight Investment Strategy is a retail investor-friendly strategy that balance out the need for both passive income generation and capital gains for retail investors, so people with little capital and time can both profit from the market.
Find Out in the Workshop
- Why most retail investors will lose money in the stock market?
- How retail investors with zero finance knowledge and a small starting capital can get started in the stock market.
- What type of technique that you use to find good entry and exit points in the stock market.
Market crashes comes and go. Stock prices moves up and down.
How is it that stock market legends such as Warren Buffett, Ray Dalio, Charlie Munger, Walter Schloss, Howard Marks and so on can successfully capture the winners while avoiding the losers?
2018 was a topsy turvy year for the stock market, moving up and down throughout the year. Legend has it that a bull suffered a bout of migraine while jumping up and down along with the market.
After the technical correction in December 2018, if you had invested in S&P 500 ETF in January 2019, you would have seen a 11.3% profit within one month.
If you had utilised options, the same month would see you reap 81.2% profit without taking more risk.