Mr. A. Paul Gill has been the CEO of Lomiko Metals Inc. TSXV: LMR, OTC: LMRMF since June 2009 and CEO of Lomiko Technologies private) since 2014. Mr. Gill developed significant experience in the strategic development of resource companies such as Norsemont Mining,Inc. (Bought by HudBay Minerals for $ 512 million). He has held the positions of President, Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Secretary and Vice-President of Business Development of Norsemont Mining Inc. and served as a co-founding director. Mr. Gill has been a Consultant of AJS Management private) since March, 2001 and a Director with Graphene 3D Lab TSXV: GGG, OTC: GPHBF, Graphene ESD and Epic Mining Corp.
Corporate Development / M&A executive in a technology firm. MBA from the Wharton School and an undergraduate Engineering degree from one of the most competitive colleges schools in the world. When trading, I specialize in special situations where the company's future is not in line with their current and past performance.
Over 10 years of investing experience, I use dividend reinvestment to accumulate stocks. I view myself as a Long-Long investor, very rarely (if ever) making short term trades.
Most influential on my strategy is the book "Winning on Wall Street" By Martin Zweig, although several of the indicators Mr. Zweig used I have tailored or replaced with my own or available metrics.
I consider myself an independant Buy-Side Analyst.
I am both an investor and a trader.
I primarily use Technical Analysis for my trading. I also use it for entries in to long investments, and opportunities to hedge / trade against my longs using Options.
I am often very contrarian in my investments.
Currently, I'm an engineer working in the semiconductor industry, but I have had a varied career. I am nearing retirement. I came to the realization a few years back that I could not approach retirement and remain an amateur investor, that I needed to step up my game. Still in the process of doing that. Looking for and value. I can't imagine any non-investment pro finding their way around in the stock market, without a community like this one.
Update: Retired, as of 12/2015