Investing in physical gold and silver. Frequently trading in commodity ETFs, equities, and options. Investment strategies based more on fundamentals and common sense rather than charts and technicals. Firmly in the "I don't know" camp about many of the outcomes of future geopolitical events that will drive the markets. Try to avoid trades around speculating on the "unknowns" while making best prediction about future outcomes. Rarely trade options with expiration dates less than a year away. Will sell about any stock that gains 15% or more or loses 5%. Strong on AAPL as a growth stock. Like CLWR and S for speculation. Have been short on both AMZN and CRM (not now, but will be again soon). I try to stay 50% cash except for specific exceptions. Always looking for a good sound fundamentally based idea.
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Steinway Capital Inc is a New York based proprietary investment research firm with a focus on opportunistic long-term investments. The firm focuses on spin-off related investment strategies, distressed and post distressed investments, and event driven special situation investments. Steinway Capital Inc. pursues no fixed methodology and is selective in its ongoing coverage targets.
Prior to founding Steinway Capital in 2004, Christopher Schulz was for 5 years a Senior Analyst at Horizon Asset Management Inc/New York (a $15 billion asset management firm with hedge funds, mutual funds and managed accounts run by Murray Stahl and Steven Bregman, now known as Horizon Kinetics LLC). At Horizon, he was in charge of The Spin-Off Report, which during his tenure gathered a cumulative track record of 120%. Steinway Capital Inc advises institutional investors, family offices and self-directed affluent investors through written research and verbal consultation, and does not manage client assets.
In addition to his Wall Street advisory activity, Christopher Schulz has 7 years of operational background in hotel audit at Sheraton, market research for Isopublic/Gallup, and various chemical laboratory testing/quality control assignments at Leica Geosystems, Rhone-Poulenc and SFS Intec/SFS Holding.