I provide economic analysis, market commentary and company-specific research. My general view is to operate a diversified basket of long-term investments in both equities and fixed income. I have a bachelor's degree in economics from San Diego State University (2007), eight years of publishing experience and over a decade of cumulative investment experience. I have been published in several newspapers and magazines, including The Wall Street Journal and Barron's.
Recently retired Sales Executive: Worked for Philips, Hisense, Meijer, Highland, Fretter and several other retailers. National Account Director for Sears, K-Mart, called on Meijer, Shopko, Fred Meyer, ABC Warehouse, Menards, Walgreens, Musicland and numerous other retailers.
Worked as a buyer for Meijer, Highland, Fretter, Home Appliance Mart and Adray Appliance.
Investing in stock for over 40 years.
Mid 50's investor now focused on "managing" a growing stream of income AND not worrying about the month to month value assigned to my portfolio by a imbalanced madman (or perhaps woman?) named Mr/Mrs Market. I am focused more and more on buying on value (or sale) from "Market", looking at all available instruments of investing in the market of stocks, and reading the countless great articles on SA to enable my decisions.
I have recently retired from the aerospace industry and now am focusing on establishing and building an income stream following a dividend income approach. I am also developing my knowledge of options to help enhance my income through the use of covered calls and cash secured puts.
Nidhi Kadalbal, a software engineer and a business analyst, has a keen interest to apply computing power to solve accounting problems. Through his fundamental and technical analysis of stocks and by comparative analysis of various market sectors, he provides insight for investors to achieve long term wealth building goals. Visit his site: www.thepreparedinvestor.com (http://www.thepreparedinvestor.com/)