Investing Techniques for Capital Gain
Course Dates: 4, 11, 18 & 25 July 2019 (4 Thursday Evening)
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The purpose of share investing is to get dividend yield and/or capital gains. To get capital gains, we invest in shares that have great potential for price increases. And the question is, how do we find such shares?
This is a intermediate level course specially crafted for anyone who would like to make a well-informed investment decision supported by in-depth analysis. Participants will be able to derive the fair value of companies with a professional method and thus be able to invest with more confidence.
From a Fundamental Analysis perspective, the price of shares increase because of the following reasons:
- Profits of the company are expected to increase
- Price of shares is currently below its intrinsic value
This program is specially crafted to demonstrate the investment techniques used to seek out shares with high capital-gain potential based on the 2 reasons stated above. After this course, participants can:
- Understand what growth stocks are and how to find them
- Use a simplified Discounted Cashflow technique to find intrinsic value of the company and hence be able to ascertain if the current share price is undervalued
- Perform ratio analysis to assess the credit risk for investing in such shares
1. Growth Shares
Know what growth shares are and how to identify them. You will learn a technique to sift the potential ones out and how to verify their potential for growth. High return usually comes with high risk. You will learn strategies to manage these risks.
2. Understanding Discounted Cashflow
You will learn the theory behind Discounted Cashflow and why it is the preferred method used by professionals to determine the intrinsic value of companies.
3. Valuation Exercises
Using a variety of companies as case studies, we will perform Discounted Cashflow exercises together to determine the intrinsic value of these companies.
Chua I-Min, CFA is the Lead Instructor for Investor Education with A.B. Maximus & Co. Pte. Ltd. He conducts regular classes for SGX Academy on fundamental analysis, stock valuation, REITs and property stocks investments. His flagship program titled “Create a Secondary Income Stream through Long Term Share Investing” has been well received by retail investors. A book with the same title has been written to reach out to a wider audience.
I-Min graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with Honours (2nd Upper), majoring in Finance. He continued his education by earning the CFA charter, a well sought after professional designation in the global investment industry. Even as a student, I-Min has been applying concepts from text books in the real-world shares market. He has since honed his investment skills with more than 15 years of share investing experiences.
Professionally, I-Min has more than 11 years of working experience mainly in the investment industry. He was the Chief Operating Officer for A.B. Maximus before his current role. Previously as a real estate investment professional in CapitaLand and subsequently PhillipCapital, he had collectively done investment deals amounting to S$250 million. Prior to that, he was based in China, participating in a successful IPO exercise of a Chinese company listed on the Singapore Exchange.
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