I work for an international organization that focuses on economics, and I split my time between the USA and Nairobi, Kenya. I am an individual investor with a background in economics and finance, and I invest for my and a few other family members' accounts for retirement. I invest primarily for total return based on the fundamental valuation of a company relative to expectations of future growth, but through my experience I have found dividend growth stocks to be very attractive for their ability to deliver a rising stream of income that both cushions volatility and provides an excellent risk-adjusted total return.
Hi, I am new to investing and I have just learned the basics of financing. I am a follower of Warren buffet who is one of the best in the financial world(in my Opinion). I am 26 years old and I started my journey after reading articles on Warren buffet. I am here to help you find value and improved investments from all around the world. Hope you guys will enjoy reading my blog.
Petros Polimenakos, Msc.
Economist, Investor, Business Strategist.
Msc in Management / Logistics by Florida Institute of Technology, USA.
Bsc in Economics by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
• Value, Special Situations, Foreign Companies, Commodities, Emerging Markets
'All intelligent investing comes down to value investing; acquiring more that you're paying for.
You must value the business in order to value the stock.'
First off, I am continually amazed at the quality of people on SA and their deep analyses and facts. I enjoy the discussions and appreciate learning from others who have particularly keen insights into certain sectors (especially gold/silver, oil and gas, miners, and, increasingly, defensives).
Lately my specific interest has shifted from the energy sector to the mining sector, particularly precious metals. I have also two added Water Utilities lately and am have started looking at ERII. PCL is also intriguing to me if there's a pullback.