Understanding the Language of Investing
Seminar Fee: $35* / *Early bird price valid until 22 November 2018 (U.P. $40)
This seminar is specially designed for investors in Singapore with little or no prior knowledge of investing. This seminar outlines the fundamentals of investing – understanding annual reports, financial statements and using these data to conduct a simple valuation on the company to derive its fair value estimate. Participants will, after this course, feel more comfortable when analysing a company for investment purposes. This seminar seeks to provide the necessary tools to begin your investing journey. The seminar will include short case examples and real life illustrations which will help reinforce the learning concepts and outcomes.
Part 1: Understanding Annual Reports & Financial Statements
- How to read annual reports
- Understanding income statements
- Understanding balance sheets
- Understanding cashflow statements
- Return on assets & return on equity
Part 2: Valuation Methodology
- Price to Earnings model
- Price to Book model
- Enterprise Value Model
- Discounted Cashflow (DCF) Model
- Valuation Case Study Example
Goh Tee Leng is the Portfolio Manager of Heritage Global Capital Fund, having over five years of experience in the financial marketsand author of InvestingNook.com. He is also the Director at Tat Hwa Group, a privately-held, family-owned investment holding and management company, serving as the foundation of the Group’s umbrella of companies and subsidiaries. Additionally, he is a frequent speaker at investment conferences held by SGX, RHB and CIMB, and his investment-related articles have been published internationally. Tee Leng graduated with a BSc (Hons.) Economics degree from University College London (UCL).
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(Operating Hours: 9.00am to 5.00pm)
Terms and Conditions
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