Stock Market Secret: How to Always Buy Low and Sell High

  • Publicado el 13 may 2019
  • Watch how Adam consistently buys low and sells high in the stock market by calculating the intrinsic value of a stock. Knowing how to determine if s stock is expensive or cheap is one of the most important stock market investing skills you need.
    Adam Khoo is a professional stock and forex trader and the best-selling author of 'Winning the Game of Stocks" and "Profit from the Panic".
    He is the four-time winner of the 'Most Preferred Financial Educator' Award and 'Most Preferred Investment Speaker Award' in Singapore.
    Thousands of students have profited from his sharp investment insights into the world of stock investing (value investing), stock trading, options trading and Forex trading.
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Comentarios • 346

  • PK
    PK Hace un año +2

    I love how you break down complex stuff into logical comprehensive thoughts. I think using cash flows instead of earnings makes much sense but I would always use free cash flow instead of cash flows from operations. It just requires to subtract the capex from it and you get literally the money that the "money printing machine" gives you. Every company has capex and you cannot ignore them.

  • Noah Hornberger
    Noah Hornberger Hace 3 años +1

    For day trades it's not about low or high but the probability of going up to my target. Since my target is not too far away, I know the probability in every situation, by back-testing. I feel the idea of buying low and selling high can lead to problems for the causal investor due to the problem of not knowing what time-frame to evaluate the value on. Maybe it's low on the week, but high on the day, (or maybe low in the day, but high in the week) and the uniformed would buy, and panic sell or get stopped out during a slight correction. The very best advice that has kept me out of trouble is to only trade with part of your account until you find a method that works repeatedly, then scale up a little bit each time. Stay very conservative on size and you can always dig your way out :)

  • Ahmed Wagih

    Hi Adam - thanks for the great video but I have a couple of questions:

  • don trinh
    don trinh Hace 2 años +1

    I love this guy, the enthusiasm and knowledge he provides is money worth.

  • Mike
    Mike Hace 3 años +4

    Thank you Adam, I only recently discovered your videos on stock trading. IMO these are the best videos out their. Great use of examples and love how you explain them. Please keep this up it has been a big help with understanding what information is valuable when analyzing a stock and what can be ignored. Thank you......

  • HC
    HC Hace 3 años

    He is a great teacher. The value momentum curriculum is very good, you will also get his monthly newsletters

  • Ralph Schraven
    Ralph Schraven Hace 2 años

    Terrific demonstration video. Outstanding contribution to the investment education community on ESclips 💪

  • Saad Hussein
    Saad Hussein Hace 2 años

    Great video Adam , I believe the topic is more in how to value the price stock, because many people are trying to buy low & sell high, but without knowing when will the price sets low its kinda hard to decide when to buy ...anyways I wonder how did you calculate the PV for 10 years of “cash flow” st.... ?

  • Recover From Drawdowns
    Recover From Drawdowns Hace 2 años +2

    Concise and comprehensive strategies that would definitely be useful for investors.

  • Dwani Patel
    Dwani Patel Hace 3 años

    Hi Adam, thanks for your videos. Does your intrinsic value calculator account for dividends paid by companies such as KO?

  • Young Lee
    Young Lee Hace 3 años +7

    This is why stock market is a lot like Poker. When you make informed decision, over short term luck may have negative impact (say tariff led trade war) but over long term, actions based on informed decision wins out. In terms of poker, Adam is teaching you outs calculation. Does not always work out, but it is better than trusting gut, because it is based on math and informed guess.

  • Aotearoa Excubitores
    Aotearoa Excubitores Hace 3 años +14

    Hi Adam, currently im reading your book Profit from the Panic and just from reading the 1st chapter already gives me much knowledge! Thank you bro

    JOK3R_SZN Hace 3 años

    Hi Adam, I have a question I’m a little confused by. How similar are trading stocks and trading the forex market? Are the methods learnt to analyse graphs and diagrams for stocks the same that would be learnt for forex. For example I know both use candlestick diagrams but could the methods of analysing these candlestick diagrams for stocks be applied to the forex market. I’ve recently purchased books on candlestick diagrams and chart patterns but noticed the examples relate to the stock market so wanted to know if I could still apply these methods to the forex market 😊

  • Asif Ul Shafi
    Asif Ul Shafi Hace 3 años +1

    You have the combination of both fundamental and technical knowledge what i was looking for.

  • PK
    PK Hace 2 años +1

    Great Video Adam once more, thanks a lot. I did this for the 5 stocks I own and found out that Samsung SDI is actually undervalued today (30th July 2020). I applied a discount factor of 8% and a conservative growth rate of 20 and 10. Most growth expectations by analysts are actually much higher. Samsung SDI sells currently 30% under its intrinsic value based on these assumptions. I will buy more!!!

  • Sir Enna
    Sir Enna Hace 2 años

    Well put together. Thanks for the advice. you got me as a customer Adam.

  • 10X Academy - Wealth Creation System

    Excellent video on calculating the intrinsic value of a company and its stock. A key analysis that is necessary for creating wealth 💰💰💰

  • papakilo17
    papakilo17 Hace 3 años

    Hey Adam, what happens if the net cash provided by operation value is negative?

  • Seb Doyon
    Seb Doyon Hace 3 años +1

    Great video! I'm just curious and unsure on how you determine the percentage of the discount rate? Do you take it from the 10 Yr yield curve or is the discount rate always determined by the WACC?

  • Jackie Khoa Pham
    Jackie Khoa Pham Hace 3 años +1

    Very clear to understand. Thanks Adam.