Who is Jack Wong?
I am so glad you decided to visit this page because I want you to take a moment and answer these questions silently in your mind:
- How many of you want to make lots of money?
- How many of you want to enjoy your life?
- And how many of you want to have both?
If you answered “yes” to the above questions, then you have come to the right place.
Allow me to introduce myself. I am Jack, 42, a Hongkonger who migrated to Singapore in the early 1990s. I am a father of three and am currently self-employed.
Similar to many folks born in the 1960s, I studied hard to get my double degrees in law and accounting, and worked in a reputable international accounting firm as a tax consultant for years. Life went smoothly albeit boringly but suddenly in 2003, I had a big fight with a partner one day. And for the first time in my life, I felt shaky with my tax career. Even though at that time, I have already completed an MBA at Nanyang Technological University and ranked the top in the Business Law Specialization in my graduation year, and was about to complete my Master of Laws Degree at National University of Singapore, I felt unsafe because having additional papers may not get me any further in my career. So, I made a crazy decision for myself by moving to one of the largest international law firms in the world as a tax consultant on a non full-time basis and beginning my second career in investing. Since then, I never looked back.
I started off my options trading business in 2004 and in 2005-6, I went on to complete a 1-year program whereby I was mentored by Messrs George Fontanills and Tom Gentile of Optionetics Inc in the US, together with a few instructors who were ex-floor traders / market makers in the CBOE. In 2007, I joined Optionetics as a staff writer to contribute weekly articles on options trading. In 2008, I officially became one of their instructors – the very first Singapore-based instructor for Optionetics. My students now come from various parts of the world – Australia, New Zealand, the US, Canada, Japan, China, the UK, Dubai, Hong Kong, Malaysia and of course my current home base – Singapore.
The only reason why I am teaching options for Optionetics and not any other organizations is that options knowledge roots came from my association with Optionetics. In fact, I was invited by other competitors before to join them as one of their trainers in options, for which I had politely declined. I am quite sick with many self-proclaimed options trainers in this region not because they are competitors of Optionetics, but they laid down incorrect concepts and untrue assertions about options. When they are playing with fire with their students, who will be the victim? You know the answer. For this purpose, I have written a series of “Options Myths” in this blog and you can help yourself to find out all sort of garbage taught by these self-proclaimed options trainers.
Currently, I am running my Monthly Online Traders Forum for Optionetics on every third Wednesday of the month. At the same time, as an instructor who has completed the highest level of options education, I am teaching the following classes for Optionetics:
2-Day Trading Essentials Class in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur
3-Day Interactive Technical Trading (“ITT”) Class in Singapore
3-Day Interactive Options Trading (“IOT”) Class in Singapore
3-Day Interactive Master Trading (“IMT”) Class in Singapore
3-Day Elite Trader Workshop in Singapore
Apart from the above, I have also been a speaker for Optionetics’s Annual Super-Investor Summit (“OASIS”) since 2008 in the following topics:
– Big Mouth Iron Condor System (OASIS 2008)
– Trading Insight on Big Mouth Iron Condor System in 2010 (OASIS 2010)
– Anatomy of Currency War (OASIS 2011)
– Who has a better edge? Weeklys Buyers or Weeklys Seller (OASIS 2011)
In late 2007, I started building my currency trading business and in the next few years, I was mentored by a few currency trainers from North America who have been in the currency trading business for decades and/or hedge fund managers who know the trading behavior of the big players. Similar to many other currency traders from the retail side, I have also read many books on currency trading and understood many trading systems designed for retail traders. Honestly, Elliotte Wave, Gartley Patterns, Support & Resistance, Moving Average Cross-over are all not working in the long run because the truth is that the big players are the one who manipulates this US$4T market each and every trading day, and their job is to make sure that most retail traders lose money. You can visit my page on Dynamic Currency Academy™ for more insight.
I enjoy being an infopreneur and share with my prospective students what I know in trading and of course taxation. So, I picked up the offer from Mr. Adam Khoo of Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group to co-teach with him their flagship Wealth Academy Investor Programme in Kuala Lumpur and Wealth Academy Programme in Jakarta since 2010. At the same time, in my taxation business, I am an associate trainer with the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore (“ICPAS”) in the areas of taxation – Income Tax, Goods & Services Tax and Stamp Duties and as an Accredited Tax Advisor (Income Tax & GST) for Singapore Institute of Accredited Tax Professional and a Fellow CPA in Singapore and Australia, I am also teaching Professional Ethics courses for ICPAS.
In 2012, as part of my infopreneur business expansion, I will be launching my own training in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur as follows:
- Dynamic Currency Academy™ (Singapore and Kuala Lumpur)
- Dynamic Stock Management Academy™ (Kuala Lumpur)
- Dynamic Derivative Master Coaching™
- Interactive Macroeconomics Training Workshop ™ (Singapore and Kuala Lumpur)
- I “Can” Manage Academy™ (Singapore and Kuala Lumpur)
You can visit the relevant pages for further details of the course content and the offering price. I am looking forward to seeing you in one of my courses above in 2012.
Once again, thank you for visiting my blog and I trust that you will gain some insight through my sharing.