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PostSubject: Investment Seminar on Stocks/Bonds (18th July 09)   Sun Jul 05, 2009 8:33 pm

Dear everyone,

Not sure if this is the right place to post.

Kindly refer below for more information. Each ticket is going at special rate now at only [color:9330="Red"]S$11.00 (U.P S$20.00) and [SIZE="4"]Free[/SIZE] goodie bag, food and refreshments will be provided during the Seminar.

Please help pass this message to all your friends and should anyone of you are interested, please email me at ivin_goh [at] yahoo [dot] com [dot] sg to confirm your attendance and no. of tickets needed.

It's a great time to know more about investment now. [SIZE="4"]Keep your money growing!![/SIZE]



Investment seminar on stocks and bonds

Economy downturn, recession, stock market plunging. Many would have avoided the stock market for fear of losing their money. However, experts and smart investors would beg to differ… Now is probably a good time to enter the market because of the simple fact “what goes down must go up”.

Learn to look at the fundamentals and technical side of companies listed on the SGX and you are on your way to attaining financial freedom! On 18th July 2009, we are privileged to invite a well-known investor, who has great experience In the stock market, to come and give us a talk on stocks and bonds and quite possibly some hot picks!

This seminar is aimed at those who has zero knowledge in stock investing but would like to learn and start capitalizing in the current market.

Date: Saturday, 18th July 2009
Venue: Singapore Management University(SMU)
Time: 1pm – 3.30pm (extra time will be given to those who have questions)

What you will get out of this seminar?

1. Empower yourself with stock investing knowledge(you will feel confident in buying shares right after the seminar)
2. Networking opportunities with bankers and investors after the talk
3. Signing up of securities account (also known as “stock buying” account) for FREE
4. Free goodie bags(worth $30) to be given out to all
5. Free food and refreshment
6. Photographing opportunities with the well-known speaker!
7. Extra time will be opened to those, after the talk, to ensure you truly understand all the basics on stock investing.

Topics that will be touched on are:

* The history of the stock market
* What is SGX and STI? How does the stock market work?
* The economy downturn we are in currently and how does it affect our choice in selecting stocks
* How to select a good stock(i.e. fundamental and technical analysis)
* Fundamental analysis(growth and strength ratio) - price and volume, earning per share, P/E ratio, current ratio, quick ratio, total debt/asset, operating margin, ROE and sales to asset.
* The transaction process in buying/selling a stock
* What is mutual trust and bonds
* How to set up an account(simple steps handled for you by the securities account)

We will ensure you understand all that is being taught, or money back guarantee! What are you waiting for? Sign up with me today, by 14 July. Remember, we are opening this up to only 300 people so hurry!

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