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An investor with circa 30 years of professional, managerial and financial experience, gathered through both private-individual activities as well as asset management type of roles.
Occasionally advise and consult to friends, family members and mostly HNWI on an introductory basis.
I cover all asset-classes though mostly looking for long-standing returns through interest-sensitive, income-generating, instruments, e.g. Bonds, REITs, BDCs, Preferred Shares, etc. combined with a variety of high-risk, growth and value stocks.
I believe and invest in the long run. While it's possible, Good things come in small packages; so do returns. Therefore, I (hope but) don't expect my investments to double in value over a short period of time. I do, however, aim at an annual double-digit returns on average, preferably on an absolute basis, i.e. regardless of markets' returns and directions.
Timing is Everything!
While investors can't time the market, I believe that this applies to the long term while in short-term (a couple of months) one can and should pick the right moment and the right entry point.
Long-term, strategy/macro, investment decisions can't be timed while short-term, implementation/micro, investment decision, can.
When it comes to investments and trading I believe that the most important virtues are healthy common sense, general wisdom, sufficient research, vast experience, strive for excellence, ongoing willingness to learn, minimum ego, maximum patience, ability to withstand (enormous) pressure/s, strict discipline and a lot of luck!...
I'm a no one, but I might not be forever. Currently in school studying Biology with the aspiration to become a doctor. We'll see...but hard work usually pays out what is put in.
I look at investing through both momentum--confirmations coming through numerous TA signals--and fundamentals. Benjamin Graham's "The Intelligent Investor" is a perfect guide for identifying value, but as I have learned, value alone is not enough. I could find an enormous number of value stocks with the simplest of stock screeners, invest in them, and come away with nothing to show for it. As far as I can tell, it takes a keen mind to identify excellent opportunities; understanding the fundamentals of a company, security analysis, governmental policies, monetary policies, foreign exchange rates, the behavior of major financial institutions, the behavior of individual investors, world events, a company's competitors, and a sound understanding--and appreciation of--technical analysis must be at least understood and appreciated before taking a strong stance in a company. Even then, with all of that information, it is very possible--actually it is probable--that there are factors that either you have overlooked or were not aware of.
My goal is to learn everything I can about, well, everything as it relates to investing.