I am a full time RN Circulator at a midsize hospital. My investment experience comes from reading the great articles on sites like Seeking Alpha. I wish to retire at 64 and enjoy the rewards of careful planning.
I use mostly individual stocks and ETFs but also hold a very small selection of mutual funds.
My personal portfolio has over time moved more towards easy maintenance, decently yielding stocks and ETFs but I can still become excited over a great small cap idea. :) But ideally I want a portfolio that can mostly handle itself for an extended period of time and that I don't have to worry about should something happen that keeps me from attending it regularly. Therefore I subscribe to some kind of core & satellite approach and I currently probably have too much of a satellite and rather want to add to my core.
Dr Lev Gold finished PhD in machine learning and information theory when he was 27 years old. During his PhD Lev developed several algorithms for financial mathematics and analysis. Understanding of similarity of machine learning and human super-learning allowed Lev to learn immense amounts of knowledge in many technological and cognitive subjects. Immediately afterwards Lev opened a consulting company, which offers its services to highly skilled individuals, agile startups and technological giants like Samsung.