NMY Investment uses an opportunistic value investing strategy. We focus primarily on Asia markets, particularly China, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore, and we opportunistically seek out attractive investments in the North American and Western European markets. As a value investor, we emphasize on "margin of safety", and we use a company's ability to generate consistent cash flows through business cycles as a key measure of "margin of safety". We acquire shares of companies that are undervalued, and look for catalysts that will enable these shares to realize its fair value within a reasonable period of time. We typically hold our investments for 6-24 months. We utilize our macroeconomic analyses to guide where we look for investment opportunities. From time to time, we will take certain macroeconomic related positions if our views cannot be expressed by investing into individual stocks. We do not subscribe to new issues (i.e., IPOs) and will typically involve ourselves with businesses that have at least seven years of track record as publicly listed companies.
I AM A NUMBER DUMMY!!
A term I use for the general public MIDDLE CLASS. We are the financially uneducated, unexposed to the stock market and financial investments. Most of us don't even know what the fiscal cliff is. One woman thought it was 70 ft. tall! WOW!
I for one, think we should start teaching our kids financial responsibilities in schools, at an early age. How about a REAL education for once.
Why we need classes like home eck is beyond me. Cooking & sewing?? Read the box & microwave it! I for one support a small tax on investment income to support financial education in public schools. Could help save America.
I'm coming to the game late, so I'm quite aggressive towards growth.
My thoughts on the fiscal cliff?? Shove ur scare tactics where the sun don't shine!!
As for investing, I shoot from the hip. I go with my gut. Common sense goes along way. I don't buy hype. EPS what? What ticker is that?
HISTORY; 20 yrs. prototype machinist. 12 yrs. construction labor, management, owner.
Current; Investments & gardening (yes, profitable..gardening that is ;)
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Over 15 years as an IT Consultant for a wide range of clients including Dell, Ingram Micro, BankAm South and FedEx Data Center. Specializes in technology, contrarian plays and global macro. My articles have appeared on Morningstar.com, IHIQS, Seeking Alpha, Yahoo! Finance, MarketWatch, EIN Newsdesk, Google Finance, Motley Fool, MSN Money, and AOL Daily Finance.
Charterred Accountant in Canada
Was a professional in the investment business in Canada in corporate finance, as a security analyst, as a stockbroker, founded a short term, technical analysis based trading fund and ran it for 5 years, retired in 1994.
Played golf until arthritis ended my ability to play
In 2011 resumed my trading system, is now a work in progress.
Am presently trading ETF's, stocks and options, go long, short and hedge
Major is not another stock expert. Major is an ordinary guy who believes that: by learning and disciplined investing little guy can beat many “experts”. Major grew up in China and came to US for graduate study in 1997. Currently Major works as technical consultant for a software company. Major also maintains a financial blog site STLPlace (http://www.stlplace.com), where he is sharing his thoughts on business, finance, stocks, other fun stuffs in the US and China. Again this is a place Major shares his thoughts. Please don’t take this as a stock tip and run with it.