My Lesson Learnt for My Trading Journey so far [2016]

I started trade stock actively since beginning of last year. This month mark my 15th months of survival in this game so far. I started investing in stock way ahead back to 2013 (was like 3 years ago) when I profit 1R+ from my first trade before i am down with near 20R due to lack of understanding to the market for my consecutive trades.

**R stands for reward, 1R=100SGD

It took around 2 years for me to pick myself up from the losses that hurt my little pride and fragile heart before I am back to the investing and trading “games”. This time equipped with some basic F.A (Fundamental Analysis) and T.A (Technical Analysis), I started to trade stock again.

Delightfully, I start to break even with my losses and The R went up multi-fold from single digit to three digits. How did I do it? Did I comprehend all the F.A and T.A and understand the market as a whole? Not really…

The truth is, I just know piece of the iceberg of the market but the interesting thing is this, you don’t really have to know everything in the market to profit from it. What really change my trading is that I just purely depend on candlestick pattern and from there I am able to spot the momentum stock which can run up to 10 , 20% per day or per week . From there, I slowly gained confidence and more friends and closer one start to chip in and the capital grow bigger and that’s how my R starts to take flight.

After having some profit from the market, my interest in trading just keep growing thus lead to explore more and more of the market, learn more and more of the stock and financial market. Despite having said that, here’s the ugly side of it. When someone always getting their trades right and get consecutive winning profits, that’s how their pride start swallowing them and mistakes start to occurs. There’s a period of time my hundred plus R down left to half and lesser. That’s the turning point where I really learnt, improves my trading skills and plan and become a better trader. By that point of times, I have trade close to 100 times in stock market within less than a year.

So what is the turning point? What has changed?

1. Swallow the Egos, Be humble, Be Realistic with profit expectation.

When I am up with hundreds R, I started to become unrealistic, I wanted to achieve more in a shorter time frame which makes me to take more unnecessary risks. jumping to trades without a trading plan and getting too emotional without able to see the market as it really is. Worst, when i jump into wrong trades, instead putting RRR as the priority I am way too care about right and wrong of the trades which makes me sway away from my own trading rules and never cut the losses at appropriate level. Ultimately every trades has bigger -R than +R, in long run all the +R that I have will eventually being wipe up if I didn’t stick back to my trading rules.

Also, for the past I am very narrow minded and look down on Forex, Indices and Commodities. I feel that stock market is the safest and most profitable out of all. I can’t say that I am so wrong enough. I guess is a blessing also part also  disaster that I finally open my heart to learn about those financial instruments. The blessing is that I am able to find the leading indicator for my stock trading and my trading gain more overview, edges and understanding now. The disaster is that due to I didn’t have any trading plan to play Commodities and Forex, eventually without stop loss I blew my account (thankfully for the broker house 100USD free cash and my capital is less than 200SGD) it able to reduce my losses to its minimum. With second retry with the same capital as previously, plus trading plan, I am now on the path to break even the losses.

On top of that, I also learnt with more open minded with other Technical indicators like SMA, MACD, stochastic, trend line and so on instead just sticking and relied only with my candlestick pattern. Every indicators and patterns has its strength and weakenss. What they provide is the information for you to decide and plan your trading setup. If you able to use and comprehend them well they will certainly reward your trades.

2. Risk Reward Ratio

This is like the key understanding that you must have when come to trading or investing. The first rule is that you should never try to go into a trade that has higher risk than reward, it just didn’t make any sense. There are a lot of opportunities waiting for you.

One famous quote from Paul Tudor Jones on Risk and Rewards goes like this,

“[I’m looking for] 5:1 (risk /reward).  Five to one means I’m risking one dollar to make five.  What five to one does is allow you to have a hit ratio of 20%.  I can actually be a complete imbecile. I can be wrong 80% of the time, and I’m still not going to lose.”

If you risk 2 dollars to earn 1 dollar, a hit ratio of 50% instead of break even it will wipe out half of your capital. Imagine you trade with 1,000 dollars, you got into 10 trades. when you make a right call, you earn 500 (for 5 right call) but when you make a wrong call (5 wrong call), you lose 1000.

On contrary, if you risk 1 dollar to earn 2 dollars, a hit ratio of 40% will still give you a decent 20% return.

3. Trading Plan and Rules

Know what is the price entry, where is your target profit, where is your stop loss are all part of the plan. The trade reasoning behind it. When you got into a trade is like you got into a war. If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.

In addition, know when not to trades and when to stop. For example, when I am down with 2 consecutive loss trades, I will stop my trading for that day. I can still write my trading journal but I will not execute any trades anymore until the next day.

4. Trading Journal

The best traders are very efficient at what they do while most amateur traders do not follow a set trading routine and have an inconsistent approach. Having an established routine is important and you can see it in many other areas: before a pilot takes off, he has to go over the same 100+ points checklist every single time; a surgeon has a very strict pre-surgery routine to follow and almost all professional athletes are religious about their pre-game routine.

The benefits of a routine are that it minimizes mistakes – especially unforced mistakes – it allows you to add a professional layer of consistency to your approach, it makes you super productive because you avoid unnecessary tasks and it also calms you down because you know exactly what to do

A lot of traders just busy jumping into trades, one after another without spending enough time to reflect on their respective trades. Don’t waste a single cent on a wrong/loss trade and didn’t getting any lesson out of it. When you have a loss trade that is the best teacher and experience that you will ever had. Don’t simply waste that encounter. For those good trades, review it, repeat it and master it! It all down to a trading journal. Not a single profitable traders, trade without a trading plan and trading journal.

5. Patience and Practice! Practice makes perfect!

Let me share something might be new to you -Law of large number

Ok, so how it will impact your trading?

Before anything else, you must understand the law of large number.

Wait, what’s that?

The law of large numbers is a theorem that describes the result of performing the same experiment a large number of times. According to the law, the average of the results obtained from a large number of trials should be close to the expected value, and will tend to become closer as more trials are performed. – Probability Theory

For a trader, this means you need a large number of trades for your edge to play out.

You will not be consistently profitable every week, taking 5 trades a month.


Because according to the law of large number, results are random in the short run, but will be closer to the expected value in the long run.

Focus on whether what you are doing is right, not on the random nature of any single trade’s outcome. – Richard Dennis

A lot of traders give up way too early or expect to trades 1 or 2 a year and see the results out of it. The truth is you might very close to success but you just don’t have enough patience to see the reward coming to you.


Trading is also a waiting game just like fishing, that’s one of the key difference between professional and amateur. Amateur always jump into a trade way too early while professional wait most of the time and strike when the time is right. A good trades with very high probability always come to your trade setup rather than you chase it.


6. Grit


Grit in psychology is a positive, non-cognitive trait based on an individual’s passion for a particular long-term goal or end state, coupled with a powerful motivation to achieve their respective objective.

Last but not least I think I will acknowledge the importance of grit which I am thankful that I didn’t lack of,  if there is one weakness on me is that I  just don’t know how to give up whenever I start something. This is also one of the factor that give me urgency to master the trading because if I don’t excel it, is a matter of time I will ruin by it as this trading game require my wealth as a stake to play.

A lot of articles, sources and people say that in this trading game, 95% traders lose money, this probably lead to a demotivating factor for most people to give up. Some might takes few months, some takes years before they bon voyage with trading.

End of the day, trading and doing a startup I find that is petty similar. Is not the success that define you, is when you are down with failure how you deal with it define who you really are. 

I shall end this article with this quote,

Every master was once a disaster — T. Harv Eker

Thanks for spending your time reading! Wish you all the best in your trading journey. Have a great week ahead, till next time~~


Why you need multiple income streams if you want to trade successfully

If you call yourself a trader, other traders, profitable or not, see it as “treason” when they hear that you are also pursuing other businesses besides trading. In my opinion, it’s no wonder that those people are often the ones who struggle with their trading and their overall circumstances in life. The reason is a complete misunderstanding of how you SHOULD approach trading and how to improve your outlook on trading and making money.


Why do you want to trade?

Let’s start with the most obvious question…of course, we all want to make money – that’s why we venture out into the trading world, right?! But we don’t want money for the sake of just having money. We want money because of the things it allows us to do…

So what is it that you really want? A bold guess of mine would be that you are looking to quit your 9-5 job, work from home, be your own boss, maybe travel a bit more and enjoy independence and freedom of choice…

For most people, trading is not about Ferraris, penthouse lofts or sexy girls in bikinis; trading is the opportunity to change things up in their life and it is just an alternative way of making money, if you are honest with yourself.


Why do you limit yourself to one income stream?

I see it every week… People that, after trading for years, still can’t make a dime in the markets. They have invested thousands of hours, often tens of thousands of Dollars and their desperation level is at a max. They can’t quit, however, because they have invested too much. This type of pressure won’t help you on your journey and you will trade from a limiting state of mind.

Believing that trading is your only way out is creating mental anxiety and blockages.

What if, instead, you would run a small business, or pursue any other income-generating activity (freelancing, consulting, product reselling, passive income sources, affiliate marketing, real estate investing or flipping, …), on the side that generates enough income to cover some, or even all, of your expenses – while still allowing you to live a location-independent lifestyle? How liberating would it be if you knew that you can revert to other income streams of yours if trading isn’t working out?

None of the big corporations and most successful brands only have one product or skew. All successful businesses have multiple skews, several divisions and different ways of generating revenue.

Trading is a business and you have to think like a businessman. Be open to exploring other opportunities. Don’t limit yourself right from the start and certainly don’t listen to anyone else out there who is trying to tell you otherwise.


Trading and variance

Variance is a very important component in the life of traders – and an even bigger one for those that pursue a full-time trading career. You can’t forecast your profits as a trader; you never know when the market conditions will change and negatively impact your trading methodology.

Even the best traders will have long periods where they won’t be able to make money – not because of bad trading, but because of the concept of variance and alternating market phases.

If you depend solely on your trading income, you will be hit hard once variance strikes – not only from a monetary perspective, but also emotionally. When you depend on your trading results and suddenly the market throws a curveball, you’ll be happy to have other income streams in place that will offset your trading.


Become a better trader due to distractions

If you are a swing trader, there is very little to do throughout the actual trading day once you have done a thorough market analysis. In fact, if you are a swing trader, the most important day of the week is Sunday where you take a close look at all the markets you trade, update your charts, map out potential trade scenarios and set price alerts. Then, trading only becomes a waiting game and you need to let price come to you.


Swing traders who are glued to their charts all day end up micro-managing their trades, randomly flipping through time-frames and looking for something interesting to trade just because out of boredom. Having something else to do keeps you busy and away from your charts. Price alerts will make sure that you don’t miss anything of the action while you can generate additional income on the side.


Personally, I like to venture out into different areas – completely independent from trading – which also keeps my mind busy and helps me expand my horizon. I really can’t stress the importance of venturing out into a new area enough. By the way, this is also the reason why not leaving your actual job and pursuing trading as a side business can also improve your performance. It’s not all just black and white.


Building your account

The benefits of multiple income streams allows you to grow your trading account steadily without having to withdraw money. This is especially true at the beginning of your journey or if you want to keep building a massive account  without needed to withdraw money.

The concept of compound interest is, as Einstein so eloquently put it “the 8th world wonder”. Knowing that your other income allows you to maintain a good living standard and that, at the same time, your trading account will just keep growing is very powerful.


I could go on and on, but I think you understand that in order for you to achieve your life goals, you should not limit yourself to one stream of income. And you have to be clear what it is that you are actually after. You don’t want to be a trader for the sake of trading, but because of the opportunities that it offers. Be open minded, use your talents, develop new skills and have fun while doing it.


What are your thoughts on this? Do you have any tips that could help other traders and what works for you? I look forward to hearing from you in the comments below.

New SGX S-REIT Index Registers 3% YTD Return

From building our first skyscraper 75 years ago, Singapore is now home to more than 175 skyscrapers. This tally is conducted by Emporis and ranks Singapore number 11 in cities with the highest number of skyscrapers. It is commonly known that skyscrapers are differentiated in architectural design, in addition to purpose and tenants.

Singapore investors, who have traditionally looked to residential skyscrapers for investing, or a second home, now have more choices – including the purchase of shares of a trust invested in a commercial tower within the CBD. These Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) have been available to investors since 2002 and simplify the process of investing in the benefits and risks of commercial, retail, residential, industrial and healthcare-related properties.

From the listing of CapitaLand Mall Trust in 2002 to BHG Retail Trust in 2015, there are now 29 REITs and six stapled securities listed on Singapore Exchange (SGX).


The SGX S-REIT Index was established last year. It is a free-float, market capitalisation-weighted index that measures the performance of stocks operating within the REIT Sector. The 10 largest constituents of the SGX S-REIT Index account for 64.7% of the Index weights.


The Index is also diversified across types of property assets. The Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS®) is applied by SGX StockFacts to help define the different sectorial focus within the REIT sector. Retail REITs, which are made up of shopping malls, account for the largest index weights. CapitaLand Mall Trust, a retail REIT, was the first REIT to list in 2002, almost thirty years after Singapore’s first shopping centre became air-conditioned. The Retail REIT Sector spans businesses engaged in the acquisition, development, ownership, leasing, management and operation of shopping malls, outlet malls, neighbourhood and community shopping centres.


Source: SGX (data as of 22 February 2016)

Constituents of the SGX S-REIT Index are diversified by property type in addition to location. More than half the trusts have property assets located outside Singapore, mostly around Asia. This includes countries such as China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Japan, Indonesia, South Korea, Philippines and Malaysia.

Recent Performance

The Index has generated a total return of 2.8% in the 2016 year-to-date, compared to the MSCI World REIT Index, which has declined 5.1% in Singapore Dollar terms. Note that REITs were created in the United States in the 1960s hence the majority of the MSCI World REIT market capitalisation is made up of businesses based in United States. In comparison with the United States, REIT Indices in Asia have less stretched valuations, higher dividend yields and lower gearing ratios.


SGX S-REIT Index Constituents

The weightings and recent performances of the SGX S-REIT Index are detailed in the table below. Of the 32 constituents, 11 have listed over the past five years. These constituents included Mapletree Commercial Trust, Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust, SPH REIT, Far East Hospitality Trust, OUE Hospitality Trust, Soilbuild Business Space REIT, Croesus Retail Trust, Frasers Hospitality Trust, OUE Commercial REIT, Viva Industrial Trust and IREIT Global.



As tabled above, the SGX S-REIT Index constituents have averaged a 36.8% total return over the past five years. The average indicative dividend yield is current 7.7% – almost double that of the MSCI World REIT Index at 4.1%. The table below is also sort by index weighting and details 12 month highs and lows of each of the constituents.



Credit of this article to: SGX My Gateway update,

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Alternative way to earn 13.9 million aside from winning the jackpot from Toto?

So today 19 Feb is the day where 13.9 million jackpot is announced by Singapore Pool.

As usual, after checked the result, the result will always…disappoint you. I guess Monday is another day to go to work. With improvement of trading skill, the excitement from expecting you win the Toto will getting dimmer as we see how probability work…to be exact, our winning trade highly depend on probability and we understand the relationship between probability setup and reward result.

Toto kind of probability not really something professional traders would spend a little money or effort to pursuit it. Well, I am not fully professional yet (ok..give myself some excuse as I still buying it). But ya, I can sense the excitement is fading away not like previous year which I have high expectation, guess this is what high probability trading have turned me into. To be honest, during the result announced, I on the result website since 8.30pm but I am doing researching and strategy planning for my trading for that night at US market and following week for SG market. Also, writing my trading journal. Without aware that the time has passed the result announced date at the website on 9.30pm (by the time i checked the result is already 10pm, server traffic jam!)

Guess luck dependencies is slowly swap away with effort putting to earn the real reward.

But then, 13.9 million? Is it possible for us to earn that much of amount of money without existence of luck? So i come out with the chart as below,


If we start with 10k capital for investment and have constant  average of 20% +/- investment return, with add on of capital for every year ( capital add on that year = amount of capital add on last year + 5k), for 20th years onward, the add on capital is increase to 10k (capital add on that year = amount of capital add on last year + 10k). If we see from the chart above, by 24th year we are able to generate close to 13.24 mil! Which is pretty close to 13.9 mil!

That is to say, it is possible with proper investment planning, we are able to gain a such decent capital gain, more than 10 million is possible with starting as little as 10k! Of course it isn’t an easy feat but is something possible to be done with power of compounding and systematic investment execution.

What do you think, what other ways do you have aside from winning ToTo Jackpot to gain 13.9 mil? Feel free to share. 🙂

Big Money

Today during my work pantry break, I just nice have an opportunity to talk with one of new sales colleague in my company, He look around late 30 and is known as our colleague as Joe.
He start the chat with a lame opening line by treating me coffee…from my company (which supposedly to be free) so we take our cup of drink and sit down at the nice sofa in our pantry area.
We start the topic by talking my educational background, i graduated from which uni, my age, my relationship status…and i tease him with his age, he look like beginning of 30….
So as the talk goes on I explain that the reason i am not yet marry is because I am just 25, i would like to build my financial stability first. The reason I will not so fast go into buying a house because I would like to do some investment to generate passive income first. My concept to get a housing is not solely from my saving or my active income but should be depend on passive income (big portion of the payment like 80%). If you see housing as an asset, for me I would like to differ. My definition of asset is when you own it but for housing most of us “own” it with loan first…this is actually a liabilities according to my own definition. Although if you use the loan well, bad debt can be a good debt but i know with this kind of investment I can do better in equities (shares) investment and commodities trading.
When i talked about passive income, Joe got mentioned about I believe you talking about shares..dividend shares but with his experience so far dividend share is not so fantastic that it can generate lucrative reward while you able to grow you invested capital. Most of the time when you get your dividend, your principal will be affected and get hurt with the long run.
I agree with Joe to some extend but i beg him to differ with some technical analysis. That point onward I don’t have much sharing from my side about how i am able to strategize my dividens portfolio to at least triple return in less than 8 years horizon.  But main point here is a lot of people think that building dividens portfolio is one time thing. On top of that they neglect T.A (technical analysis) There is where their entry price always at the peak and reversal trend (plunge!). Believe me, building a right dividens share in a right way to generate passive income is feasible as long you are able to widen some perspective, if you thinking putting a dividens portfolio across 20 years horizon and you are able to triple your dividens share portfolio capital, it might be very challenging…you might be very lucky if you can have it with just a 100% return. When we talk about passive income it doesn’t mean that we have to manage it passively. That is one of the core rules of my dividend portfolio strategy. Regarding the strategy I will share in another article.
So we continue talk about investment idea like value investing, growth investing but Joe share something interesting with me. He told me how he met co founder of the Quantum group of fund — Jim Rogers at Border bookstore. When he talked about oil commodities with him and share his analysis with him, Jim Rogers is very surprise that Asian country people actually interested in this topic. To some extent I can understand what he mean, as commodities instruments is something really rare for investor to talk about although most of them invest in stock (and this conversation take places like 4-5 years ago).
Then, Joe share with me about a book call Big Money. He ask me have I ever see anyone throw out a roll of money to pay in restaurant or when you go to Casino you just throw and gamble the money like you don’t even care (that roll of money is like 5 digits and more). This is his first time he see something like that and he try to have some chit chat with him and understand how he become such rich is because he invest in a company share. Then, it take few years for the shares to go up from 1 dollars to close to 10 dollars and split to 10….then from 1 dollar run all the way to 10 dollars again…that’s where his investment undergo 100 folds. 10,000%!
He make an interesting point is that, in our investment journey we only need to correct threes time (according to Big Money book). We can make counter of mistakes but what is important is when we are right, how big money is the right decision generating. That was like a WOW for me…throughout my investing journey i always emphasis in high probability trading or investment..I always try to make at least 9 out of 10 profitable trades but this kind of concept is like new to me and I will say what Joe say is really right (with my experience so far).
When i start my investing journey if you tell me you can make 10 fold I will say you are are not doing have fall into a scam or you are gambling…don’t say about 100 fold…but when I understand and have see wide enough of the earn 100 fold in this stock market is really possible. It just need an amount of dedicated hardwork to do some research, scanning ,analysis (T.A and F.A) and PATIENCE! With the right strategy and plan with a bit of luck…100 fold is just like snapping your finger. It just happen!
Although say that but deep down in my heart I feel that consistency and high probability still my favorite strategy as  most of the investment timeframe…big money is not always appear… I still favor with consistent invest and trade the market so I will say i am comfortable with those stategy. But with learning this new idea…I can bring dynamic investing to a next level.
So, what is dynamic investing? It is an investment strategy invented by me. That will be another topic 🙂
Joe also talked about how he friend play margin and lose here let me share with you all as I am doing hedge fund…margin for us is hedging tool… it is a dangerous leverage tool. I believe this is the ground rule for every investor to NEVER TOUCH MARGIN not matter how good you are. Although margin can help you earn like 30-100k in a day simply…but please remember you can lose the same amount too! One wrong decision can wipe out all your capital plus incur extra losses! So guys, remember, rules no.1 in investing, never touch MARGIN!
I have fun with the conversation with Joe. I hope you do too 🙂

My stock Investing and Trading Journey

What is investment?

Investment is time, energy, or matter spent in the hope of future benefits actualized within a specified date or time frame.

What is stock?

According to investopedia, stock is a share in the ownership of a company.

Putting Stock Investing together it mean, you putting partial of your time, energy and money into purchase a company share in the hope future that company share can give a higher return than your purchasing price.

When i met people around me who got invest in stock, i like to ask them this question: why do you want to invest in stock? What is your main reason?

All replied that i get so far — Because of profit.

and you must be thinking right now too, ya, of course, if not what can it be?

The fact what makes me start in investing in stock is profit too. When i started my investing journey, i find stock is something fascinating, is like you buying a product that you cannot see yet it can give you a return. It also give you a chance to own the company partially although you only have a little capital invested, you are now a shareholder of that company stock you bought! That’s really cool and i really like that concept.

But when you grown up and you started investing in stock, you realized what concern you most is what stock’s price is soar now and you want to participate in the hot stock and benefit from the uphill ride. After you buy the stock what you concern is that how much return you can get from your stock investment. A lot of things start to turn to number, profit and loss.

I mean nothing is wrong with that…as a good investor we should have part of that profit and loss sensitivity in our portfolio management. Ultimately, no one want to invest in the losing side but the thing is if profit is your main focus in investing journey…I will say your journey won’t last very long and most of your investment won’t have a good return. When your investment has a bad return and you can’t generate profit for a certain period, ultimately, you will quit stock investing.This is because your journey lack of certain substance.

What substance? The substance of enjoyment. You can’t really do something for long without able to enjoy and be happy by doing it. This applied to stock investing as well.

What makes me able to stay in investing journey and my passion still stay high is because I like stock investing not just because it can give me a good profit (by investing correctly) but I enjoy the process of investment. I found stock investing is a platform for me to connect to various business in the world and be part of it.

Warren Buffet once said, “Shares are not mere pieces of paper. They represent part ownership of a business. So, when contemplating an investment, think like a prospective owner.”

When come to purchase a stock, I look at the company shares as an entry to own partial of their business. So i will go and understand that company profile, business modal and their company fundamental. Within next 5 years how will it be, am I excited to be part of it?

After a period of time in observing the stock market, understanding different listed company in Singapore, there’s where my trading journey begin.

What is Trading?

According to investopedia, Trading is an active style of participating in the financial markets that seeks to outperform traditional buy-and-hold investing. Rather than seeking profits from long-term uptrends in the markets, traders look for short-term price moves to profit in both rising and falling markets.

When i cultivate the habit to look at the market everyday, that’s where my interest in trading arise. I spent some time in fundamental analysis and technical analysis, I read some articles about great investor like Warrent Buffet, Peter Lync, John Templeton and more to go. Then, i also understand the arguments between investment school and trading school.

After learning the ideas from both school, i incorporate investment and trading strategy into one and formed my own investing strategy “Dynamic Investing” system. What is the system for? The system is formed basically to constant get profit from the stock market not matter the market is in bullish or bearish. It also improvise the value investing weakness which they suffer from losses due to buy-and-hold during financial crisis.

Imagine if you buy a stock at 1 dollars and on 7th year of your investment, your stock is now 7 dollars and it potentially can go up to 10 dollars on the 10th year. Unfortunately the world financial crisis happened and stock market go into a crash, your stock is now worth bac 1 dollar…all your time and money for 7 years just go off….of course if you put for another 5 to 10 years you might able to see your stock grow back to 10 dollars or even more…but….with dynamic investing strategy…

you will be able to sell the stock at 7 dollars..and secure the capital, then use the capital to borrow stock and short it….and buy back at 1 dollars. Then you use the extra capital from the profit to hold at the new market cycle.

That’s the idea of dynamic investing and a lot of hedge fund try to achieve the similar strategy.

The interested part of investing or trading is fun, excitement and the journey to the mastery is very very enjoyable and has a reward in it. When i was student I always want to be the best in online multiplayer games like DOTA or League of Legend unfortunately I don’t have a team to pursuit such dream with me. Fortunately, investment and trading can make this possible as it is something that can be mastered and can be done alone.

With dynamic investing the system I start to see some result and I hope one day i am able to surpass what Warren Buffet achieve today with half of the time length that took him achieved what he achieve today.

Cheers! Have fun in investing and trading! 🙂

Welcome to Amazing Trading Academy

Dear Readers,

Welcome to the Amazing Trading Academy. In 2003, a 13 year old young boy helped his father in monitoring a stock and that’s when he started his investment journey. Eleven years later, he graduated from NTU with a Bachelor in Electrical and Electronic Engineering specializing in Infocomm. Upon graduation, he was selected into an IT graduate programme in a MNC firm to begin his full time job in the IT industry.

He spends his leisure time in stock investing and trading, offering advice to a group of clients and manages a fund portfolio. He also started an academy for those who are interested in stock investing and trading.

He is the founder of the Amazing Trading Academy, as he is known by his circle of friends as Amazing.

Stay tuned for more stories and sharing on investments and tradings 🙂

For those who are interested to join the academy, please register here,