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James Bjorkman  

ABOUT
I had my first passbook account in the 1960s, and lost money in the 1987 crash. Subsequently, I have run investor chat rooms and an investing blog. I also am a published author and write a film animation blog at animatedfilmreviews.filminspector.com.

I bought my first Manhattan property in 1993 and also own property in Colorado. I enjoy investing in real estate and writing about it. I invest in income stocks such as REITs and consider that my area of expertise.

Oh, and I was mentioned in "Scam Dogs And Mo-Mo Mamas: Inside the Wild and Woolly World of Internet Stock Trading" (2000), by Wall Street Journal reporter John R. Emshwiller, a good guy. It's about the bad old dot.com days.
SNAPSHOT
  • Description: Full-time Investor. Trading frequency: Daily
  • Interests: Developed International Markets, Dividend stock ideas & income, ETFs, Futures, REITs, Retirement savings, Stocks - long
COMPANY
FilmInspector.com I am a writer as well as an investor. FilmInspector.com contains my blogs on film, random thoughts, and various other topics. I am gratified that it has become a popular destination for thousands of viewers every day.
BLOG
Animated Film Reviews Reviews, news, and whatever else comes up about Disney, DreamWorks Animation, Sony and other studios, large and small, domestic and foreign, that make up the animated film industry.
Book
Avram, Thief of Catland Avram is a thief in an ancient land. His ultimate theft succeeds .... all too well. It turns out to be a magic potion that makes him immortal... and turns him into a cat. The owner of the potion, who rules the city with savagery and heartlessness, now is determined to capture Avram for reasons of her own. ...More
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Does DreamWorks Animation Still Have Its Mojo? $DWA http://seekingalpha.com/a/1n1tb Dec 16, 2014
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