Sunday, February 7, 2016

Where and What to Invest in Year 2016 by Gabriel Yap

Where and What to Invest in Year 2016 by Gabriel Yap on 20Feb206  9am to 5pm S$438

*** A bit expensive for a one day seminar whereby most stock broking firms are offering free advise on where and what to invest.

The 2015 sell off in equity markets and the accompanying negativism is an exemplification that global markets react to all sorts of news and data. However, during a selloff, a lot of bad things seemed possible, but that does not mean that these bad things will happen. Yet, investors’ behavior is to focus their selling such that these bad things already seem inevitable.
Welcome to the world of Negativism, which knows no limits.
In this instance, could the Black Swan be blacker than black?


Be a SMART Investor.
As smart investors, one should always be skeptical of things you read, avoid the popular media which tend to trumpet and thereby worsen the news of the day and do your own homework and analysis.
Develop to become a successful skeptic, one of the most important requirements for successful investing. Skepticism is to question what popular media paints as the quality of China’s slowing GDP growth and its impact on stocks. Skepticism is needed to really drill in the impact of interest rates liftoff by the Federal Reserve (never mind that it is most likely a 0.25% increase only after 7 years) and its careening causes on the different asset classes.
Decide if indeed, the current negativism scenario is actually overdone. Discover the dark horses for 2016 that will ride your portfolio through thick-and-thin. Learn from the missteps in the past year.
Join us to learn how to invest successfully and uncover the dark horses for 2016. If you are investing in the stock market, you MUST attend this course!

Seminar Details

Date:20 February 2016 (Sat)
Time:9.00am - 5.00pm
Venue:Straits Trading Building
9 Battery Road, #01 – 02 Singapore 049910
Early Bird Price:$438 (Valid till 12th Feb 2016)
Normal Price:$488
ShareInvestor Member Price:$388
REGISTER NOW
Limited Seats Available!
About Gabriel Yap
Mr Gabriel Yap, CFA was an eminent stockbroker who retired from stockbroking in 2009 to devote himself to philanthropy to help the needy, poor and handicap globally. He has donated and assisted Charities Aid Foundation, Australia (CAF), a not-for-profit donor funds management business.
Mr Yap is also Executive Chairman of GCP Global Pte Ltd, an investment firm that invest in both direct capital markets, bonds, real estate, commodities, foreign exchange and builds businesses. Mr Yap appears regularly for the TV media like Channel News Asia and Bloomberg and radio channels like FM93.8 for their various investment programs..
Mr Yap is also Executive Chairman of GCP Global Pte Ltd, an investment firm that invest in both direct capital markets, bonds, real estate, commodities, foreign exchange and builds businesses. Mr Yap appears regularly for the TV media like Channel News Asia and Bloomberg and radio channels like FM93.8 for their various investment programs.
In 2010, the venerable Reader's Digest magazine created the Money Savvy column in their magazine, helmed by Mr Yap who writes on all things finance and answers questions from the magazine's subscribers.
Mr Yap presently splits his time between Melbourne, Europe and Singapore.
Organised by
ShareInvestor - No.1 Financial Portal in Singapore


For more enquiries, please contact
Tel: (65) 6517 8777 or
Email: accounts@shareinvestor.co

No comments:

Post a Comment