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.
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