Garrett Beauvais is a partner at MarketTrend Advisors (http://www.markettrendadvisors.com), co-publisher of High Yield Trader (http://www.highyieldtrader.com), Muni Fund Investor (http://www.munifundinvestor.com), and a contributing editor to The Green Investor (http://www.thegreeninvestor.com). Garrett serves as portfolio manager for MarketTrend's core MTA Index, MTA World Index, and MTA Sector strategies, conducts stock and ETF research, and assists in the development of new portfolio strategies. Garrett’s desire to help individual investors began as a teaching assistant for Personal Family Finance at the University of Texas at Austin where he taught undergraduate lessons in investing, personal tax preparation, and Texas Family Law. Prior to his career as an investment advisor, Garrett developed strategic plans for N. American markets at Kyocera International and then held a variety of positions at Advanced Micro Devices where he directed global PC market and PC processor forecasting. Garrett holds an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, a Series 65 license, and is a Registered Investment Advisor with the S.E.C. and the Texas State Securities Board. See his firm's latest quarterly client letter and performance at: http://www.markettrendadvisors.com/quarterly
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I manage 3 portfolio's , Self taught with lots to learn, My best move was selling Jan 2000, went to 85% cash and dollar cost until the market reached 860, then went all in. Did not see the 2008/9 crash ( I was taking care of a dying family member) I did not sell, I did buy bonds and did well. Along with Healthcare, Utilities, value Foreign, Emerging markets.S&P 500
For work I am a Inventor, Creator, Interior Designer and Small business owner , Lamps and Light, cookieLight.com. Studied architecture at SCI-ARC, and UCLA..
Like cooking, Italian from scratch. Learned from Grandma..
Dan Remy, MBA, is the owner of Remax Financial Services engaged in Business Valuation and Financial Consulting to corporations and high net worth enterpreneurs and investors. He is a former Edward Jones Investment Executive, retired IBM corporate executive for business development, and a former Professor of Economics and Finance at N.Y.I.T., Long Island, NY.
Mr. Remy was the M&A Executive at Volkswagen AG in the acquisition of eight companies to bolster sagging car sales in the mid 1970s. At IBM, he led the startup of the Optical Storage business and was instrumental in the startup and marketing strategy for IBM Global Services shifting IBM market strategy from hardware/software to client services and business consulting. Subsequently, he held Senior Principal Consultant positions at AT&T and Cisco Systems in business analysis and development.
Remax Financial maintains several investment portfolios that are Value and Dividend/Yield driven and optimized for vacillitudes and uncertainty in the current global economics and financial markets. The range of investment vehicles include: MLPs, Investment Trusts (energy+ all sectors), Preferred and common stock, Convertible Stocks/Bonds, ETFs, Corporate and Treasury Bonds, and Hard Asset holdings, The objective is to generate a steady dividend and yield income stream above 10 percent per annum using high Value investments with: low debt; free cash flow; low P/B P/S,and PEG; and, sustained ROE/ROA.
just an average joe investor . Change from aggressive growth to growth income so I could pay the bills.
But had to still keep one hand towards capital gains . Enjoying reading the posts and comments.
Been with SA almost from their start . I have a beer can for a brain so I thank everyone for filling it up with investment ideas and knowledge .