Me & My Money: Investing regularly and for the long-term helps veteran investor tide over market uncertainty

Mr Raymond Wong, Associate Director at IPPFA. ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN
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SINGAPORE - Investing small amounts at regular intervals over the long term is the winning strategy of veteran investor Raymond Wong.

Mr Wong, 49, associate director at financial advisory firm IPPFA, said this strategy, also known as dollar-cost averaging, helps to overcome the uncertainties of a volatile market.

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