I am the VP of Monetization at Harvest (www.hvst.com). My role here is to ensure that Harvest is maximizing its monetization opportunities while maintaining the highest level of experience for our users, and advertisers.
Personal Investor following most sectors but with focus on tech and further focus on communication chip companies and Internet infrastructure....although my watch list has many companies from many sectors.
I have a Mech Eng honors degree with 35 years as a petroleum engineer/onsite operations manager/finance, forecasting and metrics manager. I was also section chairperson for Society of Petroleum Engineers so have a good feel for the oil production and transport industry. 26 of those years were with Shell (mostly TEOR in CA) and the last 9 years overseas (ME) with Oxy.
I saved and invested well so retired in 2014 at age 58 and invest mainly as a hobby as I have my retirement secured.
I am a former small business owner, with an interest in farming and agriculture. I live in a mid-western city. Currently trying to invest what's left of my business equity and recapture my losses of the great recession. At 49 years old I'm trying to curb my naturally aggressive investment style so I don't get destroyed again during the "next" downturn. I find SA interesting but still trying to sift through the huge volume of data and opinions to find investing success and peace of mind.
81 years old and counting.
PhD in Biochem, minor Genetics, UNC Chapel Hill.
MS Analytical Chem, St. Joseph's. (evening college).
BSc Chem, PCPS, now USP Philadelphia.
Hobby: Neurophysiological basis of the Rise and Fall of Civilizations
More-or-less self-taught individual small investor, who started late.
IMHO, Seeking Alpha is THE PREMIUM SITE w/o a peer!
I am a first time investor who is learning the tricks of the trade. My preferred strategy thus far is buy and hold with an emphasis on sustainable dividend yield. I am currently long MSFT, COP and JNJ. I am very concentrated because I am still in the building phase of my portfolio.
I am a substitute teacher currently working on his school librarian certification. I have an intense personal interest in technology, which I try to avoid investing in too heavily because I understand that my interests could blind my judgement.
Ashraf Eassa is a technology specialist with The Motley Fool. He writes mostly about technology stocks, but is especially interested in anything related to chips -- the semiconductor kind, that is.
I spent many years as an executive in corporate America, but I have always been an investor focused on long term investment in promising small cap companies. Now I spend most of my time reading about stocks and investing in small cap companies