Carol Kong is University of Toronto graduate with a background in Engineering (Transportation and Infrastructure), and in Business. She is a part time investor with her core investing principles slated in a hybrid of growth and value investing - finding growth stocks at a reasonable price. Follow @CarolKong on Twitter
Onuora Amobi is the CEO of Learn About The Web Inc. Onuora has more than a decade of information security, project management and management consulting experience. He has specialized in the management and deployment of large scale ERP client/server systems.
In addition, he has shown leadership in positions that have ranged from from consultant to Principal/Director. His work history includes postitions at VERITAS Software, Deloitte & Touche (now Deloitte Consulting), EDS Enterprise Solutions, IBM, Kaiser Permanente and Warner Bros Studios among others.
In 2002, he made the switch from Information Technology to Online Marketing and in 2008 started Nnigma, a Pasadena based online marketing company.
In addition to building their own profitable web sites, they specialize in helping corporate clients create and refine their brand, message and web presence.
In addition to being a former MVP and the founder and editor of EyeonWindows.com and the Las Vegas Travel Guide (http://www.las-vegastravelguide.com), he is the CEO of a Pasadena based online marketing education startup - Learn About The Web Inc. (www.learnabouttheweb.com)
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I own a german motorcyle in the midst of the hallowed American motorcycle birthing place. I prefer good beer to American packaged goods (also born here). Does that make me unAmerican? MAybe just a contrarian.
Systems Analyst for a medium-sized, midwest healthcare system. Recovering moderate Republican.
Small time dabler in real estate investment.
Recently: Learning how to play options/warrants.
Just another retail trader from Europe seeking for more knowledge about markets and stocks in general. My lessons so far:
1) "Never follow the trend" - You will just get ripped off by the big sharks.
2) "Expect the unexpected" - Especially during QRs and product presentations.
3) "Be patient" - So far 90% of my judgement was correct long term.
4) "Accept the game rules" - Hedge funds and other large institutional investors influence the markets in their favor, not in yours.
5) "Don't hold onto your losses in defiance. Reflect your judgement." - It is never wise to love your stocks. You want to earn money, not to sport a tattoo of your favourite band.
I consider myself conservative in terms of risk management and look closely to P/Es and book values.
I consider the following stocks long: $BBRY, $BMW.DE, $EBAY, $TM, $V
I monitor: $AMZN, $AAPL, $FB, $HLF, $INTC, $JCP, $LNKD, $NFLX, $NVDA, $QCOM, $TSLA