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Asked on 26 Feb 2020
Most if not all investment courses are trying to teach you a method on how to invest.
Try to avoid those courses that have a reputation of promising the customers high, unrealistic returns as long as you follow xxx method. You can compare against user reviews whether they have helped people (i.e. no bullshit) and see if the price is reasonable. It's hard to find the real course price, so have to base on people's reviews to have a feel.
Some of the good ones (I feel) are Dr Wealth courses and Fifth Person.
Not all investment course are created equal. Do look for the one you are interested in and read reviews about it. After that then you can decide if you want to attend the course.
Most of the investment course will sell you advanced course during the training. So I don't really like this type of marketing.
Seedly do hv some recommendation on some of the course provider like the 5th person, Dr wealth, etc...
If u die die want to attend, can try to look for those recommended by Seedly.
Attending an investment course does not mean it will guarantee to make you win the stock market game. Especially true if you do not take actions at all.
You need to understand what you would like to achieve out of the investment course. Do you want to learn how to read chart and trade, do you want to learn how to identify under value stocks or like to get monthly dividend income. Different course focus on different aspects of investing.
Once you have a plan, go read the reviews of the course not understand if it has a trustworthy coach and go for their preview to get a feel.
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