Singaporean martial arts superstar, Amir Khan is a role model to many. He overcame adversity and has accumulated several highlight-reel finishes that showcase his immense talent and growing skills. He is one of the martial arts athletes with the most knockouts in ONE history and has now set his sights on claiming the ONE Lightweight World Championship. He achieved this success due to his training commitment, discipline and focus. Taking inspiration from ONE Championship and Amir Khan, we’ve compiled some key lessons from martial arts that can be applied to your investment strategy.
If you’re an investor who grew up before the 90’s you probably watched martial arts movies like ‘The Karate Kid’, ‘Best of the Best’, or ‘Enter the Dragon’. Stars like Jean Claude Van Damme, Bruce Lee, and Chuck Norris were idols of self-defense. But today, there’s a new champion in the ring – mixed martial arts.
What was once a showcase of individual martial arts is now its own unique style that blends elements of Muay Thai, Kickboxing, Karate, Silat, Taekwondo, Submission Grappling, and everything in between. ONE Championship (ONE), the world’s largest martial arts organization is driving the growth of the sport globally with a unique tradition of Asian values and world-class athletes.
The investment arena, like the world of martial arts, is also undergoing a rapid evolution. LU Global, the newest player in the industry heavy weight follows in ONE’s footsteps with the mission to answer the question ‘What if?” – What if investments could be easier and more flexible? This mindset has allowed LU Global to simplify investment opportunities by offering a service that’s truly in your corner.
Taking inspiration from ONE Championship, we’ve compiled four key lessons which highlight how today’s investors can use LU Global to invest on their terms, without limitation