How To Invest Profitably Like Warren Buffett: A Free Mini-Course On Value InvestingJun Hao
I spend a couple of hours reading every day at least but understand that many of you simply do not have the time nor know what books to read.
To that end, I’ve put together a free mini online course for readers:
The course is made up of 5 different sections and is only about 30 minutes long.
What is value investing? (5:08)
Why do people lose money in the stock market? (8:27)
Fundamental analysis vs Technical Analysis (7:43)
Mr Market – Friend or Foe? (3:40)
The Case for Value Investing (8:50)
Who is this course for?
The course is aimed at both beginners and intermediate investors and gives you an insight to the investing strategy that has made Warren Buffett one of the most successful investors in the world.
Much less common and well known is Benjamin Graham, his teacher and author of the Intelligent Investor and Security Analysis.
The reason why I like to talk about value investing is that you will find many successful investors other than Warren Buffett who have applied a similar framework. This applies not only to professional investors but retail investors too.
Even if you do not pick stocks and choose to invest in low cost index funds or ETFS or utilize services like robo-advisors, you will still take away a lot of useful information that will be useful they are still essentially relying on fundamental factors to drive returns (i.e. fundamental analysis)
I also talk a lot about market psychology – something that is relevant regardless of any investing style you choose to utilize.
Why should I sign up for this course?
Many of the people I have spoken to have cited a lack of time and resources to run through the vast amount of books and videos on value investing.
I completely understand, and have tried to distill the key principles that embody value investing in the most time efficient manner possible.
What will this course cover?
In 30 minutes, I will talk about the history of value investing, the key principles which it makes up the core framework, the reasons why people lose money in the stock market as well as the key differences between fundamental analysis and technical analysis.
I will also make the case to you why I think value investing is a vastly superior investing framework that anyone can apply in their own investing journey based on both academic evidence as well as my own personal investing experiences.
Who am I?
My name is Richard (Jun Hao) Tay and I’ve been teaching and writing about value investing for several years now. I frequently give guest talks at Universities and investment conferences in Singapore. I am also a portfolio manager at a research driven value investment fund based in Singapore.
How do I sign up?
You can click on the link below to sign up:
The course is completely free. You can complete it at your own time so there’s no excuse not to learn more about value investing!
Article by Jun Hao, The Asia Report