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.

3 Mental Models Investors Should Adopt

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Phillip Fisher’s Stock Investing Checklist: Part 4

Many investors have heard of Warren Buffett, but perhaps less known is Phillip Fisher, and his rules on investing in the stock market. Fisher... More »

3 Ways Cash-Rich Companies Can Create Shareholder Value

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3 Investment Gurus You Should Pay Attention To

Their wisdom is derived from a long track record of good performance through various kinds of market conditions. More »

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Investment Analysis Demystified: Free Cash Flow

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Should You Rely On Market Forecasts To Make Investments?

Almost everyone has an opinion of where the markets are headed, but exactly how accurate are these forecasts and should we place reliance on... More »

The Usefulness Of Porters Five Forces In Analyzing Companies: Part 2

Continuing with Porters Five Forces analysis. More »

3 Emotions You Cannot Avoid During A Bear Market

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Should You Sink Your Money Into Familiar Companies?

Peter Lynch's investment philosophy states that investors can look to familiar names for investments, but are investing really so simple? More »

4 Types Of Investment Moats You Should Learn About

Continuation of a series of articles on competitive moats. More »

3 Reasons Brokerage Reports Almost Always Ask You To Buy

Investors are left to wonder why brokerage reports are almost invariably tilted towards a "buy" recommendation. More »

3 Reasons Why Short-Selling Can Hurt Your Investment Performance

Short-selling is an activity which investors may be considering, but here's why I think it's such a bad idea. More »