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Esjay graduated from the Nanyang Technological University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biological Sciences. His investing focus is mainly on the Singapore market, though he has some exposure to the US markets as well. Esjay started investing during the global financial crisis in 2009. When it comes to picking companies, he is a value investor at heart and has strict rules which have been set after extensive research.

2 Metrics to Value REITs

The price-to-book ratio and distribution yield are two metrics to look out for when analysing REITs. More »

Analysing Bank Stocks with Two Metrics

Here's how to use the loan-to-deposit ratio and non-performing loans figure to analyse bank stocks. More »

4 Questions to Ask When Evaluating Dividend Stocks

Here are four critical questions to ask when looking at dividend stocks to invest in. More »

2 Questions to Ask When Evaluating Dividend Stocks

Investors have to look past a company's dividend yield when investing in it. More »

How to Keep Calm During Stock Market Corrections

Here are some tips on how to stay calm during a stock market correction. More »

Should You Sell All Your Stocks Before the Stock Market Falls Further?

Here are some pointers to help you decide when you should sell your stocks amid a market turmoil. More »

Should You Be An Active Investor Or Passive Investor?

Important differences between active and passive investing. More »

How To Invest With Different Investing Styles

There is no right or wrong strategy to use when investing – what is important is that investors pick or mix strategies that... More »

What You Need To Know About Value Investing

A primer on value investing. More »

What You Need To Know About Income Investing

A primer on income investing. More »

What You Need To Know About Growth Investing

A primer on growth investing. More »

Are Stock Prices A Good Indicator To Use When Investing?

A stock’s price is not a good indicator of its actual value. More »

Preparing For A Market Downturn

Two suggestions to prepare for a market downturn. More »

How To Protect Your Investment Portfolio

Diversification is an important tool. More »