Where we work, even the “Road Sweeper” is a Kungfu Master..
If you’ve met our colleague, Min An, you’d think he’s a really helpful person, and also rather diligent and conscientious.
And I’m guessing you might not think about him (or the rest of the staff) any more beyond that.
Somehow, I have a feeling most guests here will simply think that “staff is staff” and “trainer is trainer“.
What I mean is, our guests might not consciously expect the staff to be GOOD at investing themselves.
It’s not surprising; there are possibly many companies where their staff only do their respective roles and may not necessarily be experts themselves in what the company represents.
But not where we work. Here, “even the floor sweeper is a KUNGFU master“.
What about Min An? Well, see for yourself:
I was walking past his desk one day, and noticed he was busy filing a STACK of … “something”.
I got closer … and realized what he was stacking away … were the DIVIDEND statements from the various companies he had been investing in.
Just look at the number of statements he had in his hands.
And you know what’s the best part? He just had to do his homework ONCE for each company … and he got paid again and again and again.
The phrase “crouching tiger; hidden dragon” came to mind.
How many people do you know go beyond what they are paid to do, and practice what their company preaches?
If Min An merely stuck to his role, he’d be nothing more than an operations specialist and a glorified customer service representative.
But that’s far from the truth; Min An is a living example of someone who walks the talk.
While most other people mentally shut off when the clock hits 6pm (or whatever time your “job” ends), Min An actively applies his knowledge acquired about value investing and takes action consistently.
Yes, he’s silently shoving away dividend checks into his bank account … no drama, no fanfare.
At the end of the day, he’ll likely become financially free more quickly than the bunch of office lads and ladies gossiping around the water fountain.
Who would you rather be? Someone who slowly but surely builds up his assets and grows his passive income consistently? Or someone who always worries if there’s ever a day you can truly stop working?
The truth is, getting good public companies to send you checks is easier than you think.
Imagine opening up your mailbox to find out that you have more checks than bills.
Now wouldn’t that be something?
That’s why our Millionaire Investor Seminar is the perfect starting point for anyone who wants to discover how to pack their mailbox with dividend statements.
Once you learn how, you’d wish you started earlier.
Then again, it’s never too late to start to learn investing with the right knowledge.
Here’s what Min An has to say:
“Hi, my name is Min An.
Previously, I applied the dollar cost averaging. My dad was a remisier; one day I asked him ‘What happens if the stock price goes to zero?’
He couldn’t answer my question. That’s when I realized I needed more knowledge.
It’s about understanding the business value behind a stock. After reading a few books by Robert Kiyosaki, saying that ‘behind a stock is a business’.
I wanted to know how I can appraise a business.
So the biggest takeaway after attending the program is to practice independent thinking, and knowing how to evaluate the fundamental business value of a company or a stock.
It’s been 4 years, coming to 5 years. My compounded annual growth rate is around 30%.
I’m confident that choosing the right stocks during a crisis, since I have the target board ready, I’ll generate higher results.
It not only helps me intellectually; I also got to know more people and find like-minded individuals so that I can enjoy this whole investing journey with them.
I definitely recommend this program to others!
– Heah Min An
And no, you don’t need to have a large sum of money or a lot of capital hidden somewhere to get started.
It all starts with the first step. You can find out more about Millionaire Investor Seminar by clicking on the Button and fill up your details:
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PS: We’re still in the middle of convincing Min An to do a “meet-the-people” session … haha. If he agrees, we’ll let you know.
If you see Min An on the streets, do say hi! Earning Disclaimer
“Please note that the material here is provided to you for general information and illustrative purposes only, or as descriptive case studies on how our value-investing principles may be applied. It is not intended to be and should not be construed as any form of general or specific financial advice. For the avoidance of doubt, we do not recommend or provide opinions on how or what you should or should not be investing in, and you should always do your own research and independent assessment before making any investment decisions, taking into account your own specific circumstances. If you require any financial advice on investments or any other financial matters, please consult the relevant professional financial advisers.”