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Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Hey! What type of investors are you?

Just for Laugh ...

Yesterday, at lunch one of colleagues asked me what type of investor am I?

TA driven? I don't think so. As drawing a few simple horizontal lines and a few diagonal lines can't really make me a charting technician.

FA driven? Not really too as I believe that attending AGMs is waste of time for working people with limited annual leaves but AGMs are good for retirees to have free makans.

I also don't read annual reports as details reported are most likely to be outdated in terms of "market timing" as most Smart Money or BBs are way ahead of any materials impacting disclosures in annual reports.

Who am I? Well, I am more inclined towards "Less Analysing and More Investing" and following the theory of "Money in the Pocket can liao". Most of the time, you don't need to be so "chim" in TA or FA or Both to make some pocket money; but you definitely need lots of patience and enough money standing by somewhere and be ready to shoot. Be brave when it is time for you to shoot and then no regret!

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