I am an occasional investor but have been following stock market for a very long time. I am an engineer by background and have more than 10+ years experience in Semiconductor field.I am a big fan of warren buffet and his style, though i personally go beyond value investing.
I AM A NOVICE TRADER,BUT I SEE THINGS COMING,BUT HAVE LEARNED JUST BECAUSE YOU SEE SOMETHING DOESN'T MEAN YOU CAN TRADE IT. I CAN KNOW THE DIRECTION OF A STOCK AND STILL LOSE. JUST LIKE GOLD IS SET FOR PERFECT STORM TO RISE.I'VE LOOKED MORE THAN TRADED OVER THE LAST 4 YEARS ,I AM A SMALL INVESTOR,HAVE 50,000 SPEAD IN 2 ACCOUNTS. HAVE ONE PENNY STOCK I AM HOLDING,MFTH,9 MIL SHARES,I BELEIVE IT TO BE TRUE. I ONLY TRADE SMALL 10 TO 30 OPTIONS AT A TIME. MY GOAL IS TO LEARN, AS I AM ,NEEDY FOR KNOWLEDGE. I AM PLEASED TO SEE SO MUCH GOOD TEACHING OUT THERE.MUCH OF IT SEAMS TO JUST BE COMING ON BOARD OR I'M JUST FINALLY OPEN TO IT SO IT IS PRESENTING ITSELF.iF YOUR NOT OPEN IT WILL BE RIGHT INFRONT AND YOU CAN'T SEE IT.lOOKING FORWARD TO LONG LASTING RELATIONSHIPS IN TRADING,I'M 62 AND MOVING IN....
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I have a professional background of working with the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Bear Stearns, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Although I am an economist (and probably because of that fact), I am adept at being resourceful and thinking in a multidisciplinary fashion. For this reason, my professional experience only reflects a wide perspective that I have gained through the years and should not connote an air of authority.