I just experienced how tough it is to be in the investment education business.
Like Brian Halim, I was invited to TUB’s value investing seminar. You can check out Brian’s account of today’s event here.
A big problem which plagues the business is that investors have this Ten Year Series mentality. They want to skip the entire process of figuring out how to invest and go directly into buying the stocks that is owned by the information vendor. Just like a secondary school student, they just want the model answers and do not really care for the process.
This is highly dangerous for both the vendor and the customer.
Some blog articles ago, I spoke about the danger of getting paid in a public seminar and then mentioning stock names too overtly and then running the risk of contravening the Securities and Futures Act. I’m glad that neither Terence nor …