In addition to his ownership of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team, Cuban is an active investor in leading and cutting-edge technologies and continues to be a sought-after speaker. Prior to his purchase of the Mavericks, Cuban co-founded Broadcast.com, the leading provider of multimedia and streaming on the Internet, in 1995, selling it to Yahoo! in July of 1999. Before Broadcast.com, Cuban co-founded MicroSolutions, a leading National Systems Integrator, in 1983, and later sold it to CompuServe. Note: Mr. Cuban is not an active contributor to Seeking Alpha; rather, SA editors excerpt regularly from Mr. Cuban's public commentary.
Semi-retired marketing and sales executive with a second career in the travel business. Actively invest an upper six digit portfolio in half a dozen mutual funds as well as a couple of stock brokerages accounts, most of it IRA. Primary goal is income with some appreciation potential.
I enjoy spending time day trading and analyzing the market. I’m always looking for a good swing or day trade, but mostly I’m focused on finding stocks that will hit big and up-list from the OTC to the big boards. Basically, almost all of my portfolio is traded daily, especially considering I tend to look over multiple market segments for trades instead of spending all my time on one section. I’ve been analyzing and trading stocks for over 9 years now, and I have a strong understanding of trends, as well as the knowledge to make smart trades.
"It's not what you know that gets you into trouble, it's what you know for sure, that just ain't so" - Mark Twain
I look for stocks in places:
-Nobody is looking
-Everyone is panicking
-Something structural creates an opportunity.
Follow me if you want original ideas, many of which are not covered by others on SA. I'm more than happy to interact with all my followers, so feel free to reach out.
I'm a senior student majoring in financial markets at HEC Montreal, in september I successfully completed level 1 of the CAIA and CFA programs
I'm a financial auditor that holds a BA in accounting and a MBA. I'm interested in where value can be realized. This could be a small or large cap company selling at favorable EV/EBIT or a special situation/event driven investments. Warren Buffet once said, "You have to turn over a lot of rocks to find those little anomalies" and I hope to do just that.
Personal long-term, holdings (3/20/16): [MMM, JNJ, MO, HRL, GIS, O, WMT, CHD, GPC, GWW, RAI, AAPL]. Averages: Beta=0.68, Yield=2.72%, 5YR DGR=12.9%, Chowder=15.4
I am interested in long-term investing in solid companies with great management, low debt, strong balance sheets, tons of cash, and a strong history of increasing dividends. The kind of companies with good moats and their products/services will still be needed always, even during a recession. I am on this site to learn from the most intelligent investors within.
I am not a financial professional, but I am a professional Lead Meteorologist and graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 1990 with a B.S. in Meteorology.
I originally grew up in Cleveland Ohio, and have lived in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Texas, and Kansas.
I enjoy working out and staying in shape. I play in amateur baseball leagues and tournaments in Florida and New York and love it.