"In investing, what is comfortable is rarely profitable." - Robert Arnott I am a "Value" and "Growth" retail investor, looking for opportunities in emerging and undervalued stocks, often counter to conventional thought. I use fundamentals to back up my argument, and also like to point out stocks which I believe to be overvalued. I have enjoyed nice gains from using my strategies, finding value in Research in Motion, SuperValue, ZipCar, and ClearWire (before they all jumped 60% or more). I have been actively trading for more than half a decade, studying mostly stocks. Having the privilege of living in New York, I have attended investor conferences, and sector exhibitions - I am particularly interested in the technological sector. Being a small business owner, I like to see first hand how certain stocks affect their consumers, by doing research in the public and on eBay (where I sell some of my inventory). There are always good investments, and I try to find them through both growth, opportunity, and value.
Long term view. Medical and computer science trained. Patient investor. Still learning alot from many other Seeking Alpha fellow members.
Portfolio heavily biased towards technology stocks. Some medical devices holdings.
Former pit futures trader who has since migrated to online trading in 1998. Still trading derivatives occasionally.
All opinions expressed are personal & derived primarily from technical analysis of charts. Fundamental info all gleaned from general newsfeed & summarized. I like to share my views with others purely to provoke intellectual exchange so we all can benefit. Wishing fellow traders/investors success in all you do !
Eclectic, long-term oriented investor with a background in telecom, media, insurance (health, life, P&C) and business services companies. Seeking to compound capital at above average rates for an extended period of time. Eager to connect and share views with like-minded investors.
Corey Sommers is a high technology executive, published author, and casual investor/trader. He is currently VP of Business Development at WittyParrot, a content management solution for the high tech and financial industries.
He is passionate about bridging the gap between marketing and sales.
Corey is the co-founder of WhiteboardSelling, a visual storytelling company, and trained over 50,000 sales professionals globally before being acquired by Corporate Visions in 2012.
Corey is co-author of the Amazon best-selling book, WhiteboardSelling - Empowering Sales Through Visuals, Wiley Press 2013.
Prior to WhiteboardSelling, Corey developed and executed VMware’s channel enablement strategy globally, across VARs, OEMs, Distributors, ISVs, and Corporate Reseller channel segments. He has led sales enablement and training for BMC Software’s worldwide direct sales organization and was also a founder of Ventaso, a sales messaging software company. He holds a BA from the University of California, Berkeley.
Hello investors! My favorite thing in the world is stocks, because of the risks, probability, but most of all the rewards. Most people think that the market is an unpredictable monster, but I believe that there is a sort of predictability that can help tame and control it. If history has taught us anything, it's that nothing is for sure; but the largest noticeable trend among success stories are two things: a whole lot of research with a little bit of luck.
I can't help with the luck of course, but I scrutinize and obsess with research. I mission is to be accurate and precise.