I am a 23-year-old graduate law student, highly enthusiastic about the business world, especially technology. Been always good with numbers, and tend to dig deep into results and their possible outcome before forming an opinion. I've been following closely the decline of Nokia and its recent comeback. I believe to have quite good understanding of the future of this company. When it comes to stocks in general, I am extra-careful. I will have to get a good understanding on the company in overall and its competitors before making any decisions to buy or not. I don't believe in investing in many stocks at the same time, as it makes you follow the index. One could say I am high-risk profile, but I don't regard myself as one. I only invest in stocks I truly believe in.
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Private European Investor and Fulltime trader.
Legally trained with focus on commercial law.
For my buy and sell decisions, I use Elliott Wave Principle.
Fundamentals and education helps me to understand where we are today and where we are headed.
Annual P / E ratio = future lies
Fibbo, Gun, Elliot = The only one you can trust (psss.. Others do it)
Other technical analyzes will fool you and steal your money, just use them to get an answer to what others believe and why they always lose money
In the 1900's information was Power, today everyone got information
The Winner of the 2000´s, is the one knowing how to use the information
Knowing it is Power - Power is running everything!
"Too Big to Fail has become Too Big for Trial" http://tinyurl.com/d3fwkog
Bee carefull. S&P 500 is at a top 2013-02-19 http://tinyurl.com/a5lxdhp
I marvel at the clarity of wisdom:
“The time has come of self-value. And the question is not: ‘To be or not to be;’ the statement is: ‘To be to be. I am, I am.’ The time has come not to search for God, but to be G.O.D.” ~Yogi Bhajan
World markets will crash during 2013-2016. Sorry to be the one to tell it to you.
2013-02-20: My best shorting advice is to short the Swedish bank Swedbank, with a trailing pe ratio of 20 for the last 5 years, almost the double compared to other banks in Sweden like Nordea (trailing pe 10 last five years). Housebubble will burst even in North of Europé. Have not happend yet.
As a researcher and technical writer, I frequently write for SeekingAlpha where I present my bullish or bearish case on a stock that I own or sell short. I have worked in the Canadian financial industry (fully licensed, providing services to high net worth individuals and families).
My interests cover a wide variety of subjects and greatly influences how I assess a business. I use technical analysis, literary analysis, a computer scientist's perspective, an understanding of psychology and sociology, marketing, history, and more when making my assessments.
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I work on the crossroads of design, branding, consumer research and product development. Occasionally, I buy shares of companies, whose industry I understand or work in.
However, I take capitalism and its machinations with the necessary spoonful of quality Swedish stone salt.
PhD in Computational Physics. Developing new models for stock trading (focusing on long SVXY). Predicting future accurately enough for trading purposes is surprisingly difficult... :)
Contrarian investment philosophy. I am in particular interested in undervalued technology stocks with multiple x upside potential and limited downside risk.
I am currently long $MSFT, $LNVGY, $INTC, $CRAY, $VRNG, $OCAT, $F, $TLT, $ALU and $NOK. $NOK (and now $ALU) are still the largest position in my portfolio, although I sold 70% of my $NOK position since the Devices and Services deal with Microsoft was announced. $NOK/ALU, and $TLT are currently my largest individual stock/ETF positions.
I also swing trade inverse volatility (long $SVXY) depending on market trends. I do not touch $VIX or other direct volatility products under any circumstances.
Additional disclosure: My comments, Stocktalks, articles etc are not an endorsement to buy or sell securities. Investing in securities carries with it very high risks. The information contained within my articles and commentary is for informational purposes only and is subject to change at any time. Do your own due diligence and consult with a licensed professional before making any investment decisions.