David McEwen is author of the McEwen Investment Report stock market newsletters. Free trials are available from www.littlebluevilla.com. He has over 25 years’ experience in the financial services industry, predominantly in financial writing, securities analysis and portfolio management. A qualified investment analyst, his writing career has included positions with the Financial Times newspaper in London, Reuters News Service in Africa and The National Business Review.
On the precipice of retirement. Tired of the usual low returns of my company 401K, I jumped on the opportunity to open a "self-managed" account within it several years ago. Enjoy the always enlightening articles as I build my portfolio of Dividend Champions. Long term investor.
Retired Public Service Professional / manage my personal 401 & family portfolio.
Stocks that I either own or that are of interest to me are: AAPL, ANDE, COP, CSX, EPD, FB, HCN, JNJ, MMM, PG, SLB, SWKS, TRN, VZ, WFC, & WFSTX
Im a 39 yr old Route Salesman for Bimbo Bakeries USA---Im Divorced with 2 teenagers--I enjoy the market and stocks more than most other things. Im not into materialistic things so the market is mostly a game to me. I approach the whole thing from the point of view that I have a Union pension and have paid a ton into Social Security. I have no real wants that cost very much--so what ever I make in the market is just a Bonus.
I am a semi retired Petroleum/drilling Eng. I am Canadian. I have been oversees for several years, making my home wherever I spot my knapsack, mostly it has been in north Italia, hiking and skiing country. At the moment my home base in Kiev, Ukraina.
My goal is to live off growth from my few hard earned savings by investing in equities.
My objectives are:
Managing Partner with a boutique consulting firm... With a father who is an Economics Professor and a mother who is a highschool teacher you can say i come from a conservitive background but as a consultant working with many entrepenuers i get to see both sides of the coin...
Long term bull, but still feel its a pickers market.