I am a psychologist at the University of Massachusetts/Amherst. I am on our campus’s Institutional Review Board, which must conclude that proposed studies involving human subjects are conducted ethically and are designed well enough so that any risks involved are justified by the likely benefits obtained. I teach about analytical reasoning, leadership skills, reconciling apparently incompatible positions, designing, implementing, and evaluating policies, and how to critically evaluate competing health claims based on the samples studied and methods of data collection and analysis used. Most of my investments involve owning medical industry stocks.
Since I'm 16 years old I'm interested in the stock market and the markets around it. Now I'm 21 years old and study international Management and want to improve my skills and understandings of the markets.
Recording artist, make my living trading. Meet women through singing. Drive a nice car and don't drink or smoke anymore.
P.S. Ran the silver bull with 1,000 ounces up till 2011 making only 800 dollars a mo/income.
I invest (technically) part-time, but I love the markets and immerse myself in them daily. I enjoy writing about my investment ideas as it helps me to organize my thoughts and I am happy to share if it helps others. I invite criticism as it will help sharpen my ideas, so please tell me where, in your opinion, I am going wrong.