David Sims is the managing member of RidgeHaven Capital LLC. We prefer distressed equities and value investing. The firm was established to manage wealth with an eye on fundamental value, but also an understanding of technical trends and market behavior.David is a Certified Public Accountant and previously worked as an auditor at a Big 4 accounting firm, SEC Reporting Analyst and financial systems administrator at a small private company. Find the Sims On Finance Investing Podcast on iTunes, Tune In Radio, and Player FM radio.
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I am a retired wall street attorney. I started out specializing exclusively in securities law. As I developed my practice, it morphed into a corporate finance practice specializing in mergers and acquisitions, with the securities law aspects being secondary.
I'm not much for diversification. I tend to put a substantial amount in a few baskets and then watch those baskets very, very carefully.
Value investor at heart, but really enjoy "special situations".
I Live in a Chicago suburb, and enjoy competitive sailing.
I have a day job as a Program Manager (Engineer) for a privately held manufacturing company.
long time value investor. turned three 0's into seven 0's over buy and hold strategy. Retail merchant for 40 years. Strongly participated in birth of SKX ,SHOO, and many other success stories. Opinion respected by family,friends and many associated investors. Botanical garden with 7 great cat friends. Art and architecture student U of Cincinnati.Ancient /Medieval history major U of C. Avid rare gold coin collector. Life long Republican.
Just another investor, trying to foolishly think he can outperform the market in the long run. :)
While the bulk of my portfolio is diversified among dividend/growth stocks, a healthy international allocation and some preferred stocks for my 'fixed income/bond' allocation, I also dabble in deep-value investing, along with some purely speculative plays with a small % of my portfolio.
well i am a Freelance Engineer.all other Engineers went to the same school, therefor all think along the same narrow path of thought " as you can see by what they produce, copycats lol. in my books i dont rely on reverse engineering. i am currently working on a photon generator, that is able to project a streaming video image onto (what seems to be) thin air, however no projector type aparatus is used.
I am a new member to SA. As some of you, I am struggling to find a way to invest for my retirement. I learned a lot from this site. Now I am focus on the articles and advise on retirement saving. When I was 30, I used to say I could tolerate RISK and always picked up aggressive portfolio from banks mutual fund. Now I am 50, I found out that I did not make much money, and my money just like roller coaster. I realize now that I could not tolerate any loss. That is why I joined this site and mainly focus on value investment. My first goal is no loss, with 5% return. Why 5%, according the the assessment done by financial adviser from bank, if I can get 5% return with my current asset and same amount of contribution, then I can retire with 60% of current income.
I like Regarded solutions and Larry Smith for their idea of dividend growth investment.