… by running his motivation business and investing in shares and properties. But I would compare him with another “guru” Clemen Chiang.
The founder of Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group, which conducts personal development courses for children (and adults too), has invested in 2 condos (sold off 1) and stays in a 5,000 sq ft semi-detached house in East Coast.
His company has an annual turnover of $15 million.
Adam Khoo also invests in Singapore stocks like Capitaland and OCBC, US stocks and exchange traded funds.
The above is based on info from Sunday Times.
I note that although Adam Khoo has co-authored books on trading stocks – covering technical analysis and short-term trading – he himself seems to be a medium to long-term value investor in blue chips and property.
He has also co-authored another recent book on Internet Marketing, but it seems he doesn’t do much of IM, at least to make money directly from it (rather than from collecting book royalties).
Maybe, in a way, he’s like “Doctor” Clemen Chiang, who teaches options trading courses, but seems to make more money from his seminars and other investments such as property than from actually trading options.
Now you know. The way to make a lot of money is to have a successful business, whether it’s selling books, conducting seminars, or even servicing aircon. And then invest wisely to grow your wealth.
If you think you’re better than your boss, why not strike out on your own? It’s easier if you’re working in an SME than in a MNC.