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RICHFLIX ONE DAY INTENSIVE SUMMIT 2024

Learn the SKILLS on how to value a company the way Warren Buffett does! We no longer live in a "career based" economy but in a "skills based" economy! Lets #UPSKILL!!

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RICHFLIX ONE DAY INTENSIVE SUMMIT 2024
RICHFLIX ONE DAY INTENSIVE SUMMIT 2024

Time & Location

Oct 05, 2024, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT

New York City, New York, NY, USA

About the event

In a world where eveyone knows the price of everything but the value of nothing FUNDAMENTAL analysis is more important now than ever! 

Warren Buffett started investing on the stock market at age 11 (filed his 1st tax return at age 13) 

and currently at age 93 STILL investing on the stock market, 

making him the longest serving investor alive on the planet today! 

And at a current net worth of $134.3 Billion, this puts Warren Buffett at the 8th wealthiest person on the planet! 

HOW did it do it?

It WASN'T by technical analysis (searching for recurring and predictable patterns in stock prices ) 

but by fundamental analysis (using earnings and dividend prospects of the firm and risk evaluation of the firm to determine proper stock prices).

Simply put, technical analysis is trying to time the market

fundamnetal analysis is spending time in the market. 

After attending this training you will be able to:

Calculate the INSTRINSIC VALUE* of the stock using three investment models:

1. Dividend Discount Model

2. Free Cash Flow model (for firms who don't pay dividends)

3. The Comparison method (Analysing Financial Statements as well as the pitfalls of the P/E ratio)

* Instrinsic value is the present value of a firm's expected future net cash flows discounted by the required rate of return. 

Meet your presenter

  • Richard Harrington holds an investment degree from Stellenbosch University.
  • Bought his first stock while in college at age 19 and currently age 35, his celebrating 15 years experience of investing on the stock market WITHOUT a broker. 
  • Richard Harrington was featured in a 2020 Forbes article alongside his #1 role model, Warren Buffett in an article titled "Investors share their top secrets of how to profit during a recession with Warren Buffett" (read here). 
  • Richard Harrington also holds a position on The Forbes Business Council (click here to see his executive profile)
  • In 2020 Richard Harrington decided to become a digital nomad and has so far being to 17 countries with a personal bucket list goal of seeing 100 countries!

Disclaimer

1. Nothing at this training event is to be taken as financial advice but is for educational purposes only. 

2. We do not promise any returns in the short term or long term. 

3. We do not give any stock recommendations. All stocks mentioned are for illustrative purposes only. 

4. Historical returns is not a guarantee of future performance. 

5. We are strongly against "get rich quick schemes", against any crypto investments and against any short term trading strategies, such as derivatives, binary options and speculative trading, if any of the above describes you, we strongly suggest that you do not come to this training. 

6. We adopt the "long term buy and hold" investment strategy based on the value investing model taught by Benjamin Graham and made famous by Warren Buffett. 

Cost for this training

$999 per person. 

(Early bird tickets are available at $597)

Click here to secure your early bird ticket before offer expires! 

Duration

Seven hours 

(One hour break for lunch)

Location 

Both in-person AND online. 

For those residing in the US, you can attend in person in New York City.

For those residing outside the US, you can attend online via our livestream link. 

(Both groups will receive training workbook in PDF format)   

"I'm on a mission to empower one billion people with the skills to set themselves financially free by 2030"

-Richard Harrington (1988- present)

"The Stock Market is a device for transferring money from the impatient to the patient."

-Warren Buffett (1930- present)

"A stock is not just a ticker symbol or an electronic blip; it is an ownership interest in an actual business, with an underlying value that does not depend on its share price."

-Benjamin Graham (1894-1976)

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