I am a retired veterinarian. I have been investing in stocks since the early eighties. During the earlier years of that time frame, I concentrated on small value stocks but now, since I retired, I mostly invest in large dividend payers.
Contribuyendo con practicas de comercio en red y sitios sociales incitando la participación en el comercio electronico en red y sitios sociales . As´ como el propio uso de la voz del quejoso ante la suspicacia de que alguien lo apoye.
Evicionando terreno en Tepotzotlán Edo de Mexico, en coordinación con juzgados y autoridades del municipio, visualizando una mejor actividad económica en la zona.
Amizuno is a former bulge bracket investment banking analyst that now works in the corporate strategy and development group of a publicly traded entity.
Amizuno attempts to identify attractive investment opportunities - irrespective of industry and market capitalization - in under- or reasonably-valued companies with either proven or emerging sustainable competitive advantages and continued material growth opportunities.
Manage an investment fund that focuses on under-followed or misunderstood stocks, especially in the small cap area. The fund has a strong focus on businesses with "Ft. Knox" balance sheets, large & sustainable free cash flow yields, and management teams motivated to drive shareholder value. From 2008 through 2015, the investment fund has out-performed the S&P500 total return index by over 400 basis points per year, despite an average net cash position of close to 30% or more. We have also provided investment advice to some wealthy families and family offices. Email email@example.com, phone 310-426-2045.
I am a CPA, CFE and have a BA in finance. I don't like to lose money.
If there are any bank stocks you would like to have regular quarterly/semi-annual coverage on let me know, I add a lot of names throughout the year but want to provide regular coverage for interested readers.
As a Graham-and-Dodd value investor for many years, I aim to combine the methods of deep value investing and behavioral finance to identify mispriced securities while remaining alert to sources of macroeconomic risk. I believe periods of market instability such as today can be a great source of opportunity, setting the stage for value investors to strongly outperform through a hedged portfolio combining long positions in deeply undervalued stocks with solid balance sheets and carefully chosen short or put option positions against overvalued and overleveraged firms.
I am the former writer of "The Eldinril Market Perspective", owner of Cadence Trading Strategies, and member of the Market Technicians Association. My analysis primarily focused on Elliott Wave Theory, and I made a minor name for myself with an article I published on September 9, 2001 that predicted a major market downturn. I continue to utilize techical tools in my buying and selling decisions, but currently focus most of my research on fundamental analysis with primary emphasis on value-oriented strategies.
Have helped start two financial research companies and have worked for investment firm focused on private finance. Currently COO of acquisition company, AcquiFlow which operates in the industrial agriculture space.
Tony Abbate, CFA is founder and Managing Director of Granite Value Capital, a Hanover, NH based investment management firm.
Tony received his BBA in Finance and Business Economics from University of Notre Dame in 1992. He received his Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1997. Prior to starting Granite Value Capital, he worked for nine years as a Portfolio Manager in Fleet/Bank of America's Private Wealth Management division.
Tony has thoroughly studied the teachings of the value investment philosophy set forth by Benjamin Graham during the 1930s and 1940s and expanded upon by Warren Buffett and other investors in the second half of the 20th century. In 2000 he completed a study of every publicly traded company with a minimum market capitalization of $25 million (over 5,000 companies) in the United States. From this study he created a universe of about 1,500 stocks that he continuously monitors.
Tony's equity investment selection process focuses on minimizing three elements of risk: business risk, balance sheet/bankruptcy risk, valuation risk. Tony looks at stock ownership as owning an interest in a business. His goal is to own a portfolio of companies with return and risk characteristics that are superior to the broader market.
Retired and using the stock market for income and profit as well as extra income. My ideal investment would be growing dividend income for me, and capital gains to pass on to my grandsons.