The art of investment


Cheah: ‘You cannot invest in China like you’re investing in the West. The policies are different here. I’m talking about it as someone who’s close to China.’

CHEAH places high importance on learning. He always seeks to reinvent himself by trying to master and learn new things. Having carved out a name for himself in the area of investment, Cheah shares some of his investment philosophies. He concedes that he does not know everything but have suggestions. Find below some excerpts when Ng Bei Shan and David Tan caught up with Cheah who was in Penang for vacation:

On emotions in the stock market

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