About the Trainer:
Robin Ho is a top tier trader and remisier with PhillipCapital, and is one of Phillip’s most active and successful trader. Having been through the peaks and troughs of the volatile markets, He has since established a highly successful professional trading track record. As a highly regarded professional trader , he was appointed by Singapore Exchange Academy as their Professional Trainer in 2012. Robin is a well-sought after speaker who shares his in-depth trading knowledge with traders and investors at numerous investment seminars. He is highly rated by participants who have attended his programs. He is particularly well-known for his ability to translate complex and difficult trading and investment concepts into plain language, and the use of real life experiences, easy to understand illustrations and case studies to help the candidate’s ability to achieve success . He adopts a highly interactive approach in his workshops which makes learning both fun and memorable.
Robin has taught and mentored thousands of professional traders. He has developed his own proprietary trading system that focuses on Price Action, which he believes is the answer to the volatile market today. He believes that many traders fail today because they have been employing long term and traditional indicators to short term trading, and to achieve trading mastery, traders must understand market behavior and develop a trading strategy that fits the trader’s profile. Learn how to manage your trading risks as he shares his trading strategies and how to apply them practically.
Robin’s Story from a novice trader who came back twice from near bankruptcy to becoming a Top Tier Remisier and Trader in Phillip Capital was featured on MY Paper on 17 Jan 2008. As a Top Tier Remisier in Phillip Capital, Robin was featured again on Zao Bao Newspaper on 13 Feb 2011 for his view on SGX plan to scrap lunch break and implement all day trading. On 28 September 2012, Robin was featured on The Borneo Post while he was conducting education seminars across East Malaysia on the invitation of OSK Investment Bank.
Robin spent 23 years in the Navy as a Naval Officer from 1979 to 2002. He was trained in Submarine and Surface Warfare and held the appointment of a Commanding Officer of a Warship during his tour of duty. Robin joined Kim Eng Securities in 2002 and in 2004 left Kim Eng Securities to join Phillip Capital
From 2004 to 2007, through Cyberquote, an education arm of Phillip Capital, he taught hundreds of remisiers and professional traders.
From 2008 to 2012, Robin has trained thousands of traders through many investments seminars and courses.
What will you learn from the course:
What does it take to be an ACE trader
a. Trading Edge
b. Trading Psychology
Types of Trading: Day Trading, Position Trading and Swing Trading
a. Drawing the correct trend lines
b. Trend analysis
c. Identifying primary and secondary trend
d. Trend breakdown and
e. Trend reversal
Trend Analysis across Different Time Frames
Minute, Hourly, Daily, Weekly and Monthly Charts
The Importance of Volume
a. Volume principle
b. Identifying the significant volume day
c. Trading with volume
The Advantages of Trading with Trend and Volume
High Probability and Profitable Chart Pattern
Stocks Selection for Profits
Money Management and Risk Control
I have just completed your course, ‘Master the Market’. This is the best course I have attended. I would strongly recommend it to anyone who wish to trade in the Singapore share market. The reasons are many. I would like to list just 2 because nowadays people don’t like to read long articles, and I don’t like to write a very long article.
1) Robin generously shared with us his unique skill of making profits in the share market. This skill was gleaned from his intelligent observation, and intelligent analysis of the share market, through his years of active trading, and finally he formulated the guidelines which was his unique skill of beating the market.
2) Every session, throughout the 5 evenings, he would explain to us what trades he did for that day, why he did those trades, and most importantly, how he expected a few counters to perform the next day with reasons. Oh Boy! All his expectations turned out to be correct the next day. Let me show what Robin said for the first 2 sessions:
On 5/3/13 we had the first session. Robin told us he expected We Holdings share price to go down the next day, and he would short this counter. We Holdings’ closing price on 5/3/13 was $0.182. The next day We Holdings share price went down, and it went down continuously for 5 days, and closed at $0.067 on 12/3/13.
On 7/3/13 we had the second session, Robin told us he would short Sound Global the next day. Sound Global went down from $0.605 on 7/3/13 to $0.495 on 19/3/13.
Using the current market situations, Robin explained to us how he would trade the next day, and they all turned out to be correct.
Robin does not give us a fish for a meal, but teaches us how to fish for life.
– Dorothy Tan
The five sessions had been a valuable experience
I like your passion for trading, your enthusiasm to impart knowledge, your willingness to share your valuable trading experience without reservations,Your realtime trading examples make us believe what you teach works and happen, That’s important
After the closing session I can safely say that my ability to trade would be very different from what I have been doing all these years. This is going to be my starting point in stock trading. Now I can see a chart and tell what has been going on and what can possibly happen. I can enter and exit with higher degree of accuracy. More importantly I know how to manage a crisis and how to recover or even benefit from it.
I enjoyed every moment of the ten hours and I strongly believe it will benefit me a long long way down the road.
Thanks a lot!
– Tan Teng Yew