I am an activist investor in US and Chinese stocks. I was previously an investment banker in New York Hong Kong and London for 9 years, focused on Equity Capital Markets. I look at both long ideas and short ideas and typically focus on a small number on names where I can spend the time to conduct very deep research. I spend my time living between Los Angeles and Beijing, China.
I invest (technically) part-time, but I love the markets and immerse myself in them daily. I enjoy writing about my investment ideas as it helps me to organize my thoughts and I am happy to share if it helps others. I invite criticism as it will help sharpen my ideas, so please tell me where, in your opinion, I am going wrong.
Full-time value investor, with past experience in M&A advisory and private equity. Always on the look for excellent businesses available at bargain prices. Focused on a small number of well-researched opportunities for the long-term. Based in Poland.
If you like my articles here and would like to see more, make sure to follow me.
Steven H. Goldman is a commercial litigation lawyer and senior partner in the Toronto law firm of Goldman Hine LLP. He is a former member of the board of directors of Tribute Pharmaceuticals Inc., a Canadian public pharmaceutical company which recently merged with Pozen Pharmaceuticals on February 5, 2016, and is now known as Aralez Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: ARLZ). He is currently on the board of directors of both Select Sands Corp. (TSX.V: SNS.V) as well as Comstock Metals Ltd. (TSX.V: CSL.V) which both trade on the TSX Venture exchange.
I no longer try to make sense of it all, nor to understand all that I need to know. The alchemy of the "market", the dark sciences and the man behind the curtain are bigger than I. I heard an analyst refer to the stock market as a drama queen. No truer words spoken IMHO. I wish you all well in this swirling vortex, some days we are the windshield, some days we are the bug. Happy trading and good fortune to all, don't let the crooks and liars get you down....peace
I am individual investor that has been investing for his retirement for the past 40 years. During that time I have had great successes and great losses but with each win and loss I have learned something about the market and the stock I own. I do not invest for a living as my real job is as a full time Plant Manager at a local manufacturing company that makes consumer products that ship worldwide. Investing is a serious hobby for me and I spend a lot of free time doing it. I know that my wife of 34 years would say that I spend to much time at it but we will both have the opportunity to appreciate my efforts in the years ahead.