Our Writers and Bloggers, Past And Present
Chun Siang Chong
Chun Siang (CS) has been a civil servant for the past 6.5 years. He is also an avid investor who believe in growing wealth sensibly via ownership in fundamentally sound companies with good business performance. He has been blogging on ‘Grow Wealth with Sensible Investing’ since 2012 where he regularly shares his company research and analysis, quarterly results review, and thoughts on personal finance, investor psychology and portfolio management. Chun Siang graduated from NUS with a Bachelor in Business Admin with Finance and Logistics specialisation. He is currently obtaining a share trading rep and financial advisor license where he envisions to combine his passion for personal finance and investment, with a fulfilling career in enabling the ordinary folks to better manage their wealth with greater confidence.
CHEONG Chan Chean
Chan Chean started his investment journey in 2013. He conducts equity research and financial statement analysis on companies listed in Malaysia or Singapore stock market. He is an ASEAN scholar and currently enrolled in Singapore Management University Bachelor of Accountancy programme (2014 – 2018). Chan Chean was also the 2nd runner up for the national case challenge organized by Bain and Company in 2015.
David is an Investment Analyst in an independent boutique fund management house in Singapore. He conducts in-depth analysis and valuation on investment opportunities across the consumer and retail sector in Asia Ex-Japan. David holds a B.B.M., summa cum laude, from Singapore Management University, and received the ING Finance Award as the top graduating Finance student. He passed Level II of the CFA Program.
Jirong is an analyst in the public sector. He embraces a multi-disciplinary approach in analysing and understanding issues, and his interests lie in data analytics, economics, finance, systems dynamics, personal productivity and programming. Jirong graduated from Singapore Management University (SMU), B.sc. Economics and Finance, and National University of Singapore (NUS), Msc. Statistics. To further deepen his knowledge in programming, he is currently pursuing a Computer Science graduate diploma in the University of Adelaide.
Jirong can be reached at his LinkedIn profile, his email, email@example.com or through this website if you wish to discuss,
– Topics related to data analytics and programming
– Collaboration on articles with quantitative/data analytics angle
Jessie TANG YJ
Jessie is an accounting and finance senior year student from the Singapore Management University. She has done multiple internship stints at UBS Investment Bank, Moody’s Investors Service, and Corecam (formerly known as Falcam Pte. Ltd.), a multi-family office. She was a member of a student-managed investment club at her university. Soon after joining the club, she chanced upon value investing. Since then, she has been a fervent disciple of classic value investors like Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Joel Greenblatt, and Howard Marks.
Her personal investment journey has been fraught with more downs than ups so far, but she believes mistakes are great opportunities for learning. She is also a budding entrepreneur and an aspiring investment writer. An energetic doer, she relishes a challenge and the outdoors.
NEO You Yue
You Yue is a third-year student from Singapore Management University and a Dean’s List Honouree. Having grown up in a family that practices value investing for a living, he is well acquainted with value investing. In school, he held the position of Property Sector Head in Singapore Management University Student Managed Investment Fund (SMU-SMIF), a long only equity fund focusing on Asia ex-Japan which uses fundamental analysis. He also had previous work experience at a leading boutique M&A advisory house.
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