I am an individual investor focusing on stocks with high growth potential. I prefer stocks that address new or untapped markets. I am a recent college graduate from Northern Arizona University. I spend much of my free time looking at investment opportunities and analyzing the underlying businesses. The primary reason I write articles is to showcase my willingness and ability to learn about businesses and provide useful analyses. Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/pub/kelvin-mahoney/3b/a4a/925/
I am a Student-athlete (soccer) studying accounting at Sterling College in Sterling, KS. I am extremely interested in the financial industry and world of investment. From an early age, I learned the benefits of the market, reaping relatively large profits from stock recommendations via my father's Motley Fool HG account. Since then, I have worked diligently to learn more about the market and the economy. With an accounting background, I plan to pursue a career in corporate finance or investment banking (or something like that).
I have a background in corporate finance and M&A with over 12 years of experience advising on complex transactions across various industries. From an investment point of view, I look at deep value and special situations with defined near term catalysts where the upside outweighs the potential downside risk. I prefer to analyze small to midcap companies with a market cap of under $4bn.
PhD Student in Ecology studying 1)interspecific interactions and how they shape forest communities and 2) the impact of herbivory on regeneration of aspen forests in the intermountain west of the United States.
Cabeza Howe holds two M.S. degrees in engineering. He has extensive career background in science, engineering and software development. He is a self-made financial analyst and manages his own investment as a business. Focused value investing is his passion. He coined the term "two-in-one" stocks to describe stocks with both growth and value characteristics. He believes in achieving exceptional long-term return through investing in those stocks.
Through lessons learned and experience gained over the years, Cabeza believes the "two-in-one" stocks should be found mainly in large and mid caps. He views small caps as unproven and prone to perpetual decline even following days of glory. So he mostly believes trading instead of investing in small caps, with only rare exceptions.
He was born and grown up in China and used to trade and write about Chinese small caps. He now thinks Chinese small caps are in particular an area to avoid due to the well known accounting issues. The way Chinese regulators handled these accounting issues along with reported wealth of high ranking officials also convinced him that China is to an alarming degree ruled by kleptocracy. From first hand knowledge, however, Cabeza is still a big believer in Chinese consumers. He thinks the best way to benefit from it is through investing in multinationals like YUM, MCD, NKE, DIS and AAPL.
I'm a professor and data scientist who has developed scorecards to detect fraudulent bank transactions. As an investor I look for fraudulent stocks and other stocks that aren't what they seem.