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My investment strategy, simply put, is value investing. I follow and invest in companies with strong balance sheets, growth opportunities, and exceptional management teams who bring out the best in their employees and enable their company for success. I am patient and invest in companies that I would like to own outright.
I am the father of three children in their twenties and the husband of one wife. I have been investing my retirement funds for many years. At first I focused on debt-free dividend payers, and my Seeking Alpha ID reflects that philosophy, but my screen has become a little more sophisticated since then. I continue to grow as a value investor, but I still appreciate growth and dividend payers. TSCO has more or less doubled for me since I bought my first position in it in August of 2012, and most of the other picks are doing well, too. The stocks I currently hold, in alphabetic order, are: ACN, CMI, DSW, GHM GNTX, HCSG, MA, MLR, NKE, PSA, RGR, RHI, TSCO.
I have written about a variety of topics over the years, working always to keep it simple and understandable. For more about my writing, see my website, http://SteveMillerInk.com.
NOTICE: I am not an investing professional. Anything I write should be taken as my personal opinion. I do not know your personal financial situation, nor take responsibility for it, so please do your own due diligence before you make any investment decisions.
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Investing (not always successfully) since 1968. Now a retired dividend investor and avid reader of all things financial. Favorites here are Lounsbury, Hansen, Harrison, Merkel, Mauldin. Bookshelf is full of the classics (investing). Style is fundamental with a slight touch of technical.
I am an entrepreneur living in Cape Town South Africa. I am intensely interested in Economics and Finance and have taken responsibility for investing my own savings rather than trusting an adviser or wealth manager to do so for me.
Philip O’Connell holds a BE in Civil Engineering from the National University of Ireland Galway, a MSc in Project Management from the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School and is currently working in a business transformation role in London. Although coming from a non-traditional investment background, his strong analytical skills, business acumen, and multi-disciplinary approach equip him with a unique skill set for investing.
Philip has travelled to more than 22 countries worldwide and has worked in three of those. He enjoys surfing, hiking, running and adventure riding.
Value investing - open to all techniques and approaches.