Trendlab Simulator is a training software that allows you to experiment different investment decisions simulating the effects that they have throughout your life. The simulator uses more than 100 years of historical data covering a wide array of scenarios (booms, busts, crises, wars, etc.) to give you a real feel of the financial impact of your investment decisions.

No. Trendlab Simulator is a purely educational software for you to practice investing in shares and bonds as asset classes in a simulated environment. It does not handle your actual transactions nor does it support any live trading.

For group training classes you only need to bring your laptop.


Our training is structured in group classes and individual coaching classes. Group classes have the objective of letting you familiarize with general concepts. Individual coaching classes focus on ensuring that you know how to apply the theory correctly.

We target to run small classes to ensure high quality teaching (target range 6-8 pax, maximum 20 pax).

Yes. Our course fees are payable monthly or by module (bi-monthly) to give you the flexibility to suspend or terminate your course without penalties. Your termination is effective from the following month or module as the case may be.

The training is conducted in Singapore at specified training centers or partner schools.

Absolutely not. Trendlab Finance Academy is purely a training service.

Many courses in the market are designed to sell you a brokerage service or a financial product. This creates a bias which motivates them to “teach” you concepts that are theoretically wrong. On the contrary, we have no interest in how you actually invest your money or which investment products you purchase and therefore we are free to provide training that is 100% unbiased.

As investor you are the CEO of your own money. A good CEO should not outsource his or her business competence to others. Outsourcing causes you to lose control, reduce your ability to make good decisions which inevitably leads to poor results.

Certain investment functions can and should be outsourced to banks and advisors, but not your core competence.