Charger Award — Heavenly Kings Of The Stock Market

THE HEAVENLY kings of the stock market seem to be able to do no wrong.

They move mountains and part the seas as they find opportunity and profit in places where most other investors might not have thought to look.

At the Charger Award (www.chargeraward.com) commentator Clemen Chiang, founder of the app Spiking, showed how it tracked the investment patterns of the biggest investors in the stock market and identified who these “heavenly kings” are.

Chiang calls them the Popiah King, The Prophet, and The Local Hero.

Who are they? And what makes them titans in the stock market?

Watch the full highlights from the inaugural Charger Award organised by STORM.SG to find out.

Chiang suggests, that by studying their investment behaviour, we can get valuable insight into the movement in the stock market how to profit off it. Understanding the thought processes behind the investment decisions of these sophisticated investors can unlock success for everyone.

 

NOTE: This is not a recommendation to buy or sell shares in the companies. You are advised to do your own due diligence.


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The inaugural Charger Awards commended 30 listed companies from the SGX that have excited investors in the past six months. See the full list HERE.

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2 Comments
  1. Are you serious? Heavenly King? Buying stocks based on momentum? How simple-minded. Let me guess. This guy doesn’t have an MBA yet you post him up as a player? This guy is small time.

    1. The commentators at the Charger Award offered their considered opinions on the discussion topics. It was lively and engaging and those attending the sessions left with a better understanding of how the system works. In other words, the commentators added value to the process. The same can’t be said of Singaporebeng’s comment, which is sadly typical of many who have nothing of real value to add to a discussion but would still like their voices to be heard. Content to insult others behind the mask of elitist anonymity they hope their little “nugget” of fools gold will make up for their general inadequacies when it comes to engaging in a proper discussion. Think of something constructive to say the next time. -Editor

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