Nicholas Quigley is an analyst for eBay/PayPal Inc. He focuses on the intersection of Technology and Business. His credentials include a published paper on Cloud Computing, volunteer work for Wikipedia, pro-bono work for Spanish language organizations, and several open-source software development projects.
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My investment philosophy is guided by two major thesis:
a) Free-Cash-Flow is not the most important aspect for me, i am trying to avoid socially or environmentally questionable projects. - thinking for the next generation is not an obstacle to getting great ROI - looking for responsible managements first!
b) Over the long term quality royalty portfolios and related equity will strongly outperform the overall sector.
An idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea at all.
"The best business is a royalty on the growth of others - requiring little capital itself" - Warren Buffet, 1978 annual letter.
"Think about this – if someone hands you a free perpetual option on 6 million acres of land, and you don’t have to put up a penny, don’t you think that at some point, you’re going to get lucky?"
I’m a senior at the University of Georgia (expected graduation May ’16) studying Finance, with a minor in Computer Science. I joined Seeking Alpha in 2013 and love learning from the SA community about the markets and company analysis. Looking to start a career as a finance analyst, and preparing for the CFA Level 1 exam. I like to write about value stocks more than the high-flying growth names, but am open to any profitable opportunity. Feel free to message me if you want to get in touch – always happy to connect and learn!
Casual investor with specific interest in fundamental analysis of retail and tech stocks... especially when trapped inside during Minnesota winters! Enjoy learning about the multitude of approaches, thoughts, and techniques use by Seeking Alpha writers and bloggers.
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Hi, I'm Sarfaraz A. Khan. I have got an MBA from University of Aberdeen, located in the heart of UK's oil industry. My specialties lie in energy and materials stocks, but I occasionally cover services sector, emerging markets and ETFs. My work appears mainly on TheStreet and Seeking Alpha.
I am not based in the US, which is why I do not have any position in the US listed stocks that I write about. I do, however, own shares of funds that usually hold a long position in either Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell, Schlumberger, Halliburton, ConocoPhillips, Honda Motor Company, GlaxoSmithKline, Unilever, or their subsidiaries that trade on non-US markets.
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I have a Masters degree in Computer Science, and worked for 14 years in development, technical publications and software quality assurance. I have been investing for 20 years. Currently, I do writing, photography, and FileMaker Pro programming on contract.
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