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My name is Anthony and I live in georgia. I am the President of a Student Veteran Organization in Ga and am a student at the Robinson School of Business at Ga State. I spent multiple years with the U.S. Army and served in OEF/OIF. I would like to think I carry that same discipline in my stock investing.
Like most people here, I'm data-inspired and relentlessly curious. The idea is quite simple: to make a list of stocks (as exhaustive as possible, and essentially in French stock market since I'm in France) with their estimated intrinsic value. I'll update my investment thesis and share them publicly. The goal is to make 2-3 stocks per week.
Demonstrated success is the one outstanding fact which justifies confidence in the outlook for any particular business, and thus the investor will always, as a first test for an industry security, carefully consider the results already obtained. John Moody
As an Editor on the SA PRO team my job is to help find the best content for PRO, to provide feedback and develop talented contributors, and to work with other departments to strengthen the platform.
I have studied to ply my trade in finance with a bachelors in accounting. In 2014, I developed an app to access corporate disclosure materials at the SEC. My grandparent’s home was filled with valuing investing paraphernalia and, naturally, I became interested in the stock market.
Seeking Alpha is full of hidden gems and bum steers. Check out some of the authors I follow. And authors, check out "The Elements of Style" by Strunk & White.
Stocktalks represent my personal opinion only - links are not endorsements.
Armed with a doctorate in Neuroscience, reading about and actively investing is a deep interest of mine. Rather than preaching to more financially-qualified MBAs/CEOs/hedge fund managers, I want to raise interesting questions and state observations that I hope will draw some interest and debate into investment strategies and ultimately, improve my odds of becoming a billionaire!