Geppe has a passion for investing in the equity market. Geppe's equity research target any sector that fulfill certain criterias for investments. Geppe likes to find distressed equities which in the most optimal case have both a margin of safety in the valuation and products that have a durable competitive advantage. Geppe just recently finished his bachelor thesis in finance and have been active in the financial markets since 2007-2008. Also the head writer at value.inoxus.org. Are you interested in the current portfolio, analysis and more articles please contact email@example.com for a signup for a newsletter.
My academic background is in Engineering and management.
Besides one basic accounting course at university my investment knowledge is self-taught.
Reading books, SEC filings, annual reports, analyst reports, blog posts, MOOCs, message boards and listening to select podcasts and conference calls has helped me enormously to evolve as an investor.
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.
Retired entrepreneur who now manages his stock portfolio full time. Mainly a dividend investor, particularly international stocks without withholding taxes as my tax position does not allow me to reclaim any withholding taxes.
I am ALWAYS looking for interesting stock ideas involving dividend paying stocks that pay dividends with zero or very low withholding taxes and willing to share ideas with other investors.
I also like high risk situations as I am well diversified and have a long time horizon
Private investor from Sweden even though investments have made it possible for us to travel & live around the world.
Becoming a more conservative investor year by year it seems.
Best investment advice? Get a Swedish passport and enjoy our superb low tax solutions on capital gains.... Swedish citizens can opt out of 30% profit tax (& deductions) and instead choose to pay "a wealth tax" consisting of about 30% of the government bond yield or less than half a percent last year.
Sweden has a government debt of 30% of GDP and no budget deficit and is not part of the Euro debacle... The conservatives (well actually they are liberals but that means something else compared to the US where liberals seems to mean democrats which in my mind seems to be very close to the French socialist party) have been in power for 8 years soon....
Individual investor with particular interest in any company that is on the cusp of change--for the better. These companies will have at least several attributes in common: They are underfollowed; underappreciated; have a clear, stated strategy for driving profits; management and BOD are perfectly aligned with common shareholders; management team and BOD with a track record of rewarding shareholders; and have near-term catalysts that will have meaningful impact on the business. Simple, right?