Different investors have different style of investing. As long as the investing style produces profitable trades, that is a good methodology. Below are our winning trades for this month. Every winning trade is a confirmation that our stock pick process is correct and profitable.
Total profit in January 2013 is SGD3940.38 or USD3203.56. This amount has not included the 7% dividend from Boustead and 5% dividend from Vale SA. Dividends are not reflected in trading statements.
If you are not yet our learn investing student, you may want to consider signing up.
Using our simple to learn value stock investing system package you will get,
1-on-1 online coaching for several hours,
our formulated spreadsheet to calculate the intrinsic value of a stock.
12 months of real-time stock trade alerts and market update news (sent straight to your email), after which you will be paying $300 for every 1 yearly for this service.
unlimited email access (as long as you are a member), and trading alongside BL.
What you will achieve after is, you can:
During the one to one coaching, you will learn:
i) how to identify a winning stock by looking at the fundamentals. (the critical details to be disclosed during coaching).
ii) where to get these critical information on the stocks.
iii) how to calculate the intrinsic value of a stock, and by using our formula you will pick stocks that offers a “discounted” price.
iv) how to identify a good entry level to buy the stock.
v) identify insiders’ trades for commodities like copper, crude oil, gold and silver. We use this information to make investing decisions on respective ETFs.
By combining fundamental and technical analysis, we can achieve a high rate of success in our stock pick.
To sign up for our Learn To Find Undervalued Stocks program, click at the link: http://findundervaluedstocks.com/learn-value-stock-investing
BL, CEO of Tactical Trading Academy – For Your Profits, Your Success Is Our Success!
“Searching for companies is like looking for grubs under rocks: if you turn over 10 rocks you’ll likely find one grub; if you turn over 20 rocks you’ll find two.” — Peter Lynch