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Module SA202
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Optimising Your Stocks Investment Portfolio

Optimising Your Stocks Investment Portfolio

Most investors would hold a number of stocks in their portfolio. However, most do not have a proper strategy of planning the type and quantity of stocks to buy. They will buy and sell each stock as independent counters. In all likelihood, investors sell off profitable counters and leave the unprofitable ones in their portfolio, only to hold them to become long term investors. Others have overly-diversified portfolios which make their portfolio gains insignificant and negligible. There are also portfolios that are lopsided such that they are heavily weighted on certain sectors or countries, making their investment risks concentrated.

This seminar provides you a good understanding of portfolio management for stocks investment. You will learn how to build a defensive stock portfolio to optimize your risk-return relationship. This strategy is important and essential for investors who wish to build a defensive stock portfolio to beat the rising inflation rate with the stocks capital appreciation and dividend payout.

Learning Points

  • How to diversify your portfolio stocks to manage your investment risks
  • The implications of portfolio diversification
  • The portfolio risks and returns as compared to individual stocks
  • The methods to construct a defensive portfolio
  • The efficient allocation of your investment capital
  • Defensive strategies in portfolio management
Seminar Schedule
8.30am - 9.00am Registration
9.00am - 10.30am Portfolio Planning and Diversification
10.30am - 10.45am Tea Break
10.45am - 11.45am Portfolio Construction
11.45am - 12.00pm Q&A
Course Details
Date 22nd Feb 2014
Time 9.00am - 12.00pm (Registration starts at 8.30am)
Venue SPH News Center (T8.2/T8.3)
1000 Toa Payoh North
Singapore 318994
Level Intermediate
Instructional Method Group-Live
Duration 3 Hours

Speaker's Profile

Brennen Pak
Principal Trainer and Consultant
BP Wealth Learning Centre LLP

Brennen Pak

Brennen Pak Is Chief Trainer and Managing Partner of BP Wealth Learning Centre. He set up this wealth learning centre in 2010 to help existing and budding investors in stock investments.

Brennen has 25 years of stock investing experience, and is currently holding a 7-digit portfolio, which was built up from scratch after his heavy loss in the Asian Financial Crisis in 1998. Brennen graduated from engineering in 1988, and like many rookies in stock investments, he started trading in stocks without proper planning and strategy. He was hit badly during the Asian Financial Crisis in the late 1990s. After hanging low for some time, he decided that he had to make a proper revamp of his investment strategies using the financial skills that he had acquired in his MBA and other finance courses. From 2001, he started to re-build and re-organize his stock portfolio from scratch, weeding out the underperforming ones and focused on the promising companies. Despite several severe crises along the way, such as DOT-COM bubble burst, SARS, Global Financial Crisis and the Euro-zone Financial Crisis, his portfolio went from strength to strength. Today, Brennen holds a 7-digit portfolio. Several stocks in the portfolio were multi-baggers, and one stock had even surpassed a gain of 2300%. Brennen left the corporate life in year 2009 and is currently the Chief Trainer and Managing Partner of BP Wealth Learning Centre.

Fee

ShareInvestor Member S$33.00
Non ShareInvestor Member S$63.00

* Registration based on first-come-first-serve basis as seats are limited.
* Light refreshments will be provided.

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