Free Live Events with Andrew Stotz in Bangkok on 3 February 2018
On Saturday, February 3, Andrew Stotz will have four events on various topics. All events are free to attend and the venue is the CoffeeWORKS Experience Center in Bangkok.
10 am – 11 am – Achieve Your 2018 Goals
A Step-by-Step Method to Attaining Your Most Important Objectives.
Are you having a tough time achieving your goals? Or are you facing a goal that is particularly difficult?
Join this event, Achieve Your 2018 Goals, to make sure you achieve your most important goals this year. In this event, Andrew will teach you his best practices for time management that he’s used over a lifetime of experience in business.
Andrew will help you to clarify your personal goals and show you the personal productivity habits that enable anyone to achieve any goal they set out to do.
We rarely become successful alone. This seminar will introduce you to a network of like-minded people who want to support each other on our journey to realizing our full potential.
11:30 am – 12:30 pm – Strategies for the Advanced Investor
Use this Cutting-Edge Research to Improve your Investment Decisions.
Are stocks too expensive? Should I put my money in bonds? What about commodities? What’s happening with interest rates? How much will inflation impact future investment decisions? How do I pick stocks?
We address questions like these and much more in the Strategies for the Advanced Investor event. When we look at stocks and the attractiveness of markets, we consider our key aspects, which we call FVMR—Fundamentals, Valuation, Momentum, and Risk.
Each week, Andrew presents exclusive, cutting-edge research on investing in global markets and the factors an experienced investor should consider when positioning their portfolio.
We can all learn from each other. Each week offers thought-provoking research and strategies as well as a platform to discuss and debate your investment ideas.
Join like-minded financial professionals and thought leaders as we share opinions, exchange ideas, and challenge conventions about wealth management for ourselves and our clients.
1 pm – 2 pm – Finance for People Who Hate Finance
Learn finance in a simple step-by-step method. Finance has never been this easy!
As finance people, we hear it all the time; “I hate numbers!”
Does this sound like you? Do you recognize the value of financial knowledge, but the thought of reading a balance sheet makes your head spin? Well, you’re not alone, but as you probably know, this may be holding you back.
Andrew has devoted his career to simplifying financial principles. A lifetime of experience has taught him that it is hard to advance your ideas, plans, and career if you cannot speak the language of finance. Unfortunately, this language is usually made overly complex by financial people, which confuses and intimidates many intelligent people like yourself.
This event will take complex financial terms and concepts like financial ratios, balance sheets, and income statements, and translate them into everyday language. You’ll then be able to communicate effectively with other members of your business as well as outside investors.
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm – How to Start Building Your Wealth Investing
Easy, Long-Term Investment Strategies for Those Who Don’t Like Investing.
Are you an absolute beginner in the stock market? Do you have zero experience in finance or investing?
If you would like to learn how to make your money work for you using basic foundational investment principles, then this event is for you.
Andrew wrote the book How to Start Building Your Wealth Investing in the Stock Market for people who are ready to begin building wealth but lack the knowledge to start. This event reveals the core principles for beginning investors based on Andrew’s 25 years of experience in the stock market.
Join this event and learn how to get started in the stock market, safely and easily. What Andrew teaches is not a short-term trading strategy. It is about building an easy-to-follow long-term financial plan and sticking to it.
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