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Value investor, MBA student, and capital markets professional for almost a decade. Years of experience on the floor of the NYSE, and equity and fixed-income derivative trading desks.
I focus on valuing companies for their fundamentals and seeking long or short opportunities based on perceived market dislocations.
ABV is primarily a value investor with the odd foray into special situations or turnarounds. I try to find securities trading at a discount to a conservative estimate of intrinsic value (the cliched Margin of Safety).
My day job is in finance and that severely limits the number of stocks that I trade or comments on.