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Ten Commandments of Investing

Guiding Principles from the Greatest Investment Wizards

by (author) San Eng, Tim Eng & Oia Eng

Morgan James Publishing
Initial publish date
Jun 2021
Investments & Securities, General, Wealth Management
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Jun 2021
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What are the secrets of the greatest investors in history – the Investment Wizards? What are the life principles, investment strategies and rules they all follow to profit, year after year, in all economic cycles?

The Ten Commandments of Investing shares the ten common guiding principles of investing as practiced by the world’s great Investment Wizards. The Ten Commandments of Investing is accessible and applicable to novices and pros alike. Their timeless advice is particularly relevant for investors navigating the post COVID-19 world. Listen to the Investment Wizards! Apply the Ten Commandments to achieve financial freedom through smart investing.

About the authors

San Eng is a successful entrepreneur, investor, and educator. He has invested over $500 million in capital including his own 9-figure funds across multiple asset classes across North America, China, and Asia. He has co-founded and led half a dozen ventures raising over $100 million. These initiatives have created thousands of jobs. San is a lifelong learner and teacher, having taught investing at prestigious business schools and via Wizards Institute. He holds a BS Economics and a Portfolio Management certificate from the Wharton School of Business and an EMBA from CEIBS, the top business school in Asia. San currently resides in Toronto, Canada.

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Tim Eng's investment journey started in high school, when he started to read hundreds of investment books, helped create dozens of Wizards profiles for this book, and began to invest and trade using paper portfolios. Tim now has eight years of investment experience and hopes to continue to improve on his average 8%+ annual returns. Moreover, Tim spent three summers working at investment funds focused on the US, Hong Kong, and the rest of Asia. Tim is a senior at Columbia University studying Computer Science and History.

Tim Eng's profile page

A high school senior at Phillips Exeter Academy, Oia Eng grew up in Shanghai, Taipei, New Hampshire, and Toronto. She took an early interest in the F.I.R.E (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement after reading Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad and Tim Ferriss’ 4-Hour Work Week. After working long hours as a waitress, tutor, and at other odd jobs, Oia realizes that her time is her most precious commodity. She is growing her passive income streams in order to achieve financial independence early in life so she can pursue her passions without limits.

Oia Eng's profile page