16th Oct (Saturday)
9.30am to 12noon
FREE via ZOOM
Introducing TWB BASIC Workshop
9 months into 2021; we look back what had happened and take stock and positioned for the remaining of the year. It was a tumultuous period
Dow risen from 30600 to 35600
Bitcoin risen from 33400 to 64800
Gold fell from 1904 to 1683
- March 2009 was the time world markets recovered from the doldrums
- Nov 2016 was the time the world entered into another era
- Sep 2017 was the time crypto burst into the limelight and faded out just as swiftly.
- Feb 2020 was the time the world plunged into unprecedented chaos
- Nov 2020 was the time crypto awakes
Amidst the chaos emerged many multi baggers
Movement defies all fundamentals and I could be sure much crazier movement lies ahead with sharp swings and flash crash occurring more frequent than usual.
One should set out their goals and correspond it according to the risk and decide if they are prepared to undertake it.
It should be realistic.
Surely if you wish to make 10x, the risk will be correspondingly much higher and timeframe required to attain it will be much longer be someone who is aiming perhaps 2x.
History is no representation of future, but patterns often repeat and rhythm.
Greed is always prevalent and that fuels the market
No party last forever and when it comes, will you be ready for it?
If you truly understand the above then you can sign up for the upcoming TWB BASIC Workshop which is only for TWB Students only. Webcam must be switch on at all times during the presentation.
If you don’t understand, kindly give the session a miss for now?
Are you ready to join the TWB BASIC Workshop?
Only for TWB students
16th Oct (Saturday)
9.30am to 12noon via ZOOM for FREE
>>> Do register now, seats are running out fast! <<<
Any form of investing carries risk, and may not be suitable for all individuals. Before making any decision to trade or invest you should always carefully consider your investment goals, experience level, and risk tolerance ability. The possibility will always exist that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and even the possibility of losing more than your initial investment with any form of margin trading. You should therefore not invest money you cannot afford to lose. You are recommended to seek advice from a financial advisor if you have any doubts. A reminder that past performance does not necessarily indicate future results.