Hi, I'm a young investor who's decided to take direct control of my retirement. I look for investments that are fairly valued on a fundamental basis, offer sustainable dividend growth, and have exponential growth potential using economies-of-scale. If I can't have all three, the company better be spectacular in the other two. My passive portfolio is concentrated by design with under ten positions that I follow daily. If you've written an article on one of my holdings, chances are I've read it.
Mr. Williams is a strategic advisor to automotive companies focused on PHEV drive trains, alternative energy grid storage and new battery technologies. He assists automotive companies commercializing highly efficient, environmentally friendly, powertrain technologies for light, medium, and heavy duty trucks, buses, vans and SUVs.
My real name is Frederick Bruckman. ("Paimon" is depicted in the Ars Goetia as a "King of Hell" and expert in the mysteries of the mind--but is also a truly awful pun.) I've completed a B.A. in Economics at the University of Illinois at Chicago, "class of 2013" (enrolled 1989-2012!). I try to buy stocks that are making new highs.
President of an executive search firm that specializes in sourcing high level financial executives. Prior background is in accounting and finance with degrees in both economics and accounting. Primarily a buy and hold type investor with a small percentage of portfolio allocated to trading.
Retired Public Service Professional / manage my personal 401 & family portfolio.
Stocks that I either own or that are of interest to me are: AAPL, ANDE, COP, CSX, EPD, FB, HCN, JNJ, MMM, PG, SLB, SWKS, TRN, VZ, WFC, & WFSTX
I am a sixty-year-old Techie. I am long AAPL and RIMM on the Tech side. I own products from neither company. The majority of my investments are aggressive type with some growth and most income-focused. I am a former Edward Jones employee of some 5 years plus. Invested for the long term.
Retired HR administrator.
Financially and politically Conservative
Thoroughly disgusted with the current chaotic economic climate, as well as the overwhelmingly self-serving and irresponsible tax-and-spend whackaloons of every political stripe with whom we are presently afflicted.
Longterm buy-and-hold DRIP stock investor.
I have been a commercial real estate appraiser since 1979. Got more involved with stocks
after only being defensive in 2007 instead of taking all out of the markets as in 1986 & 2001.
I took my beating, started taking losses and going into good dividend stocks when prices in 2008-2009 when prices were highly discounted, & more than recouped my losses, even though, over 60, I stayed away from more agressive bets. My limted skills are based on courese I took in after Vietnam in the 70's and a course taken, by accident, with John Liscio.