I am recently retired after a career working for equipment manufacturers for the cable television industry. Education is BSEE and MSEE from Lehigh University. Initally worked as a designer of microwave devices - vacuum tubes for radar applications at ITT then solid state GaAs devices at Monsanto. With this RF engineering background I moved on to the CATV industry in 1971.
Although I spent some time as general manager of several smallish divisions of the parent company, most of my experience has been in product management, marketing, and business development roles, developing strategies to match new technologies to emerging customer needs. Employers during this time were Texscan, Skyconnect, Philips, C-COR, and ARRIS.
Investment goals today are to transition my IRA nest egg to an adequate "paycheck replacement" portfolio in a sustainable way. Indeed a learning experience! Thus I have particular focus on finding the balance between high yield and safety within an IRA. Specific attention to REIT's, BDC's, CEF's, Dividend Champions, Preferreds, and opportunities with low market correlation.
A Canadian in China, living here for the last 12 years and travelling to China for the last 30 years. I own and manage a medical device manufacturing company in Shanghai. My investment interest is long term capital appreciation.
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Netherlands based non-professional stocktrader with a private portfolio; good at stockpicking; not good at options. I prefer companies with a good ROI, ROE, PEG-ratio, good and inspiring management, a durable competative advantage. BUY AND ACCUMULATE (B&A) is my approach. I'm in the market for the company's profit, not the stockprice in the first place.