Bull in a China Market (a pseudonym) is an experienced investor and manager with three decades of experience in the stock market. He holds an MBA from Stanford's Graduate School of Business and a graduate degree in economics from Oxford University. He has traveled the world widely and undertaken business projects on five continents. He writes a blog on investments at BullInAChinaMarket.blogspot.com (http://www.bullinachinamarket.blogspot.com/).
After 20 years I pick only the leaders or future leaders of the certain sectors. I look at three main things,
1- The size of the potential market and the potential market share the ompany is looking to obtain.
2- Whether the company is addressing a need or a desire. People need a cell phone, they desire the iPhone. Both are important. Plus it created it's own market for the apps.
3- Competition. This is simple. Leader or laggard!
I am a retired Forester,with about 30 years in the stock market.MY recent picks are: VFIJX.VWEHX.STV,NPD,CVVT,and HIMX. I like high dividend stocks,and mutual funds, along with those of capital gains between $5-$10.
I am looking for profitable smallcaps amid rapidly growing economies or market sectors. If there is such a thing, I am looking for value in growth equities. When the stars sort of align on the TA end, I like to buy a few round lots.
Currently a Junior majoring in Finance at SDSU. First investment started with silver in early 2009 and started trading equities in 2010 with a combination of technical, fundamental, and intermarket analysis. 2010 YTD return of 70%. Want to eventually be in Asset Management.
I spent several years on Wall Street, trading mostly Munis at Morgan Stanley from 1998-2002. My wife and I moved the family to the Hamptons after 911 and I am a now the exclusive Broker for the Panoramic View, a large Luxury Oceanfront Development in Montauk.
I still enjoy the market, more then I ever did when I was burdened with the rules of a Large Firm, and my current interests revolve around Trading the Trend, using IBD, VectorVest and MarketClub...along with powerful insight from websites like Seeking Alpha.