Thomas Yeung

Thomas Yeung

Expertise: Fundamental Analysis, Quant-Based Investing, Tax Analysis
Education: BA, Economics, Princeton University
Awards & Accomplishments: CFA Charterholder, IRS Enrolled Agent

Tom Yeung, CFA, is a Market Analyst at InvestorPlace.com, where he helps investors navigate the world of finance with one of the most powerful tools available: knowledge. Tom brings over a decade of experience in company, commodity and industry analysis.

He is the current editor of the Omnia Portfolios, the highest-tier subscription at InvestorPlace and the former editor of Tom Yeung’s Profit & Protection, a free e-letter about investing to profit in good times and protecting gains during the bad.

Tom started his investment career at Harding Loevner, a $40 billion asset management firm. Today, he works with InvestorPlace.com to help individuals and families identify great investments.

Tom holds a BA in Economics from Princeton University, where he graduated with high honors. He is a CFA® Charterholder and also a FINRA Registered Investment Adviser.

Recent Articles

HLBZ Stock: A God-Tier Effort to Keep a Nasdaq Listing

Helbiz has been on a superhuman quest to drive up HLBZ stock. Can it really beat Mr. Market forever, though?

Genius (GNS) and Helbiz (HLBZ) Are Fighting Short Sellers. It’s the Wrong Battle.

GNS stock and HLBZ stock are soaring as their CEOs take on short sellers. Here's what retail investors should really be watching.

Redditors Didn’t Start the GROM Stock Squeeze. And They Shouldn’t Finish It.

GROM stock soared more than 60% in a short squeeze on Tuesday. Here's why Reddit investors shouldn't dive in.

MULN… AMC… TSLA… How Meme Stocks Turned Us Into Terrible Investors

Meme stocks like GME and MULN have burned retail investors. That's not stopping investors from diving in again and again.

PRTY… BBBY… MULN… There’s a Meme Stocks Investor in All of Us

Everyone is looking to get rich, so investing in meme stocks is logical. That's why BBBY stock, PRTY stock, and MULN stock have loyal followers.