Semiconductor Veteran of over 20 years working at Intel and several prominent startups like Cyrix and Transmeta. I was a co-founder in an FPGA startup for nearly 5 years and now work with a leading edge non-volatile memory startup building Resistive RAM memories, which will eventually take the place of Flash as a lower power, higher performance and more economical solution. I write occasionally on the mobile markets and the semiconductors that power them. Transmeta was the company that first highlighted the need for all day computing in the PC market. I was proud to be a part of the launch of the first truly low power x86 processor, which Intel then had to address.
Retired. Senior Partner of OTA Services, LLC a company providing high density compaction equipment to the industrial and commercial market. Former Director of Sales and VP North America for a Fortune Five Hundred company servicing the waste disposal industry. Have been an investor since 1968.
I am Wei. I began studying and investing stocks since 2007. I am a value-oriented investor. My portfolio is concentrated and usually has less than six holdings. I hold large percentage of cash since 2013. Currently, I focused more on some semiconductor stocks, oil-related stocks, and auto stocks.