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Royston Yang

Royston Yang has been an investor for the past 14 years and strongly believes that value investing is an effective way to grow one's wealth over time. He holds a Bachelor of Accountancy from NTU and also an MBA from NUS. Royston has worked in accounting and audit for the past 10 years and also has experience as a buy-side investment analyst for six and a half years. His first foray into value investing started after reading the seminal book "The Intelligent Investor" by the great Benjamin Graham. He cites Phillip Fisher, Howard Marks and Warren Buffett as strong influences on his investment style. Apart from investing, Royston also enjoys rock ballads, cycling and a game of squash.

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Competitor Analysis And Its Usefulness In Investing

When analysing companies, it pays to look at its competitors as benchmarks. More »

9 Mental Models Investors Should Adopt

Final part in Charlie Munger's nine mental models series. More »

4 Quick Areas To Look Out For In An Earnings Report

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3 Fallacies Which May Harm Your Investments

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In this last part of the portfolio construction series, we look into a contentious aspect - how much cash to hold within a portfolio. More »

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What you say versus what you actually do can be very different. More »

6 Major Categories Of Investment Risks You Should Know: Part 3

Part 3 of this series now looks into political risks affecting a company. More »

9 Psychological Biases That Could Destroy Your Wealth

3 biases you should avoid to save yourself from poor investment decisions. More »

8 Attributes Of Successful Investors

Part 4 of this series looks at another two attributes which successful investors share. More »

3 Behaviours Which Cause Investment Performance To Suffer

To do well in investing, we need to avoid these three bad practices. More »

How Brokerage Fees Can Sap Investment Performance

Brokerage fees and commissions may be unknowingly reducing your overall portfolio returns. More »

3 Facts You May Not Know About Rights Issues

Shedding light on some facts regarding rights issues which investors may not know. More »

3 Ways Your Mind Can Mess Up Your Perception Of Investing Reality

Apart from psychological biases, investors also have to be careful of illusions which may mess up their psychology when they invest. More »