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Registered Free User

If you choose to join as a non-contributing member, you will have access to a number of our resources, past insights and other benefits of joining the TS club by becoming a Registered Free User.  To get started, just complete the process outlined below.

  1. Click on this link to open up the registration page.
  2. Complete the information.
  3. Once you submit (and we know you are a real person), our site administrator will approve you as a registered free user.
  4. You'll receive an email with the login details.
  5. If you have any questions, use the contact form to send us an inquiry.

Contributing Member

We are very pleased to offer two upper tier memberships for those individuals who wish to upgrade their status on in order to enjoy the benefits of being a Contributing Member.  We have a six-month membership for €340 (Euro) and a one-year membership for €630 (Euro).   We accept PAYPAL as form of payment.  Both memberships can easily be renewed at the end of the subscription period. Before joining the club, we ask first that you provide a brief introduction about yourself and interest in investing.  Click on the link below and follow the directions.

Click here for the form.

Informed Insight from Company Visits!

Paul A. Renaud since 1989, regularly visits smaller to mid sized Thai listed companies conducting one-on-one visits with senior management in person evaluating the company from an investment merit qualitative perspective. Interviews are evaluated from the qualitative on location viewpoint -not quantitative number crunching from afar.  Paul has shown through this web site, since 1997, that often great investment values can be found in these as too often they are ignored by brokers -and institutions alike.  Average daily trading volume/liquidity requirement of a stock is very much relative to the investor.   Individuals simply do not have the same liquidity requirement as bloated institutions and therein lies a solid, yet untold, individual investor advantage. Its been shown that some 70% of the Thai economy's GDP, is generated by smaller and mid sized companies.