Shishir Nigam is Founder @ ActiveETFs | InFocus (http://etfshub.com) and Chief Editor @ Young & Invested (http://youngandinvested.com). ActiveETFs | InFocus is the only site on the web to provide the most extensive and focused coverage of Active ETFs. Active ETFs provide investors with a very unique opportunity to combine the well-established benefits of ETF investing with those of active management. Through this growth phase, ETFsHub.com will provide you with all the information and analysis you need about Active ETFs. Young & Invested is THE hub for finance and investing insights from the new generation. Young & Invested works to bring ideas from the younger generation to the forefront of mainstream discussion and provide them with the attention that any new insight deserves. You can follow Shishir on Twitter @shishirnigam or reach him at email@example.com.
I have been a dividend investor since my retirement in late 2003. I diversify by sector, domestic vs. international, and by cap size. I do not invest in stocks that don't pay dividends. I am risk averse and limit my investment in a single equity to 1% of my total assets or less. As a result of this 'rule', I have more than 100 equities in my portfolio.
Interested in long term investments but willing to take advantage of special situations of any duration. Long time corporate analyst experienced across a variety of industries.
I am an active investor in North American equity and global ETF markets. I believe in long term investing and picking stocks with the best fundamentals. I utilize technical analysis for timing since it is a perfect compliment with fundamental investing. I am eager to learn and I hope I can provide some insightful information for the viewers of this site.
Retired,65 years old. Married,2 kids. Hobbies:Golfing,Fishing.
Novice direct investor.
Live in Western Canada
45 year background in marketing plant control systems/instrumentation to varied industries including Oil/Gas,Heavy Oil/Oils sands/SAGD, Petrochemicals.Water/Sewage plants, etc. in Canada,and worldwide
Previous life: COBOL/FORTRAN geek programmer,RIA[Registered Industrial Accounting]Office Mgr
Prev/Prev life: Section Gang PGE Railroad,Green/Dry chain worker,Iron worker,furniture maker,clothing salesman,Beggar,Borrower,Thief.[Not necessarily in that order]
Janis Jopiln,Jimmy Hendrix, etc. fan.
Dan Remy, MBA, is the owner of Remax Financial Services engaged in Business Valuation and Financial Consulting to corporations and high net worth enterpreneurs and investors. He is a former Edward Jones Investment Executive, retired IBM corporate executive for business development, and a former Professor of Economics and Finance at N.Y.I.T., Long Island, NY.
Mr. Remy was the M&A Executive at Volkswagen AG in the acquisition of eight companies to bolster sagging car sales in the mid 1970s. At IBM, he led the startup of the Optical Storage business and was instrumental in the startup and marketing strategy for IBM Global Services shifting IBM market strategy from hardware/software to client services and business consulting. Subsequently, he held Senior Principal Consultant positions at AT&T and Cisco Systems in business analysis and development.
Remax Financial maintains several investment portfolios that are Value and Dividend/Yield driven and optimized for vacillitudes and uncertainty in the current global economics and financial markets. The range of investment vehicles include: MLPs, Investment Trusts (energy+ all sectors), Preferred and common stock, Convertible Stocks/Bonds, ETFs, Corporate and Treasury Bonds, and Hard Asset holdings, The objective is to generate a steady dividend and yield income stream above 10 percent per annum using high Value investments with: low debt; free cash flow; low P/B P/S,and PEG; and, sustained ROE/ROA.
Financial advisor, industry consultant, and author of "Tradestream your Way to Profits: Building a Killer Portfolio in the Age of Social Media" (Wiley, 2010), Zack embodies the nexus between asset management, equity research, and new internet distribution technologies. As an asset manager, he writes extensively about the changes and opportunities in online finance for investors, financial advisors and investor relations professionals. He previously headed up business development at Seeking Alpha. Prior to that, Zack was an analyst at Oasis Capital Management, a multinational hedge fund. His area of expertise is discovering and analyzing undervalued technology stocks, particularly of small-cap companies.
Zack holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and a BA from Harvard University.
Visit his site: Tradestreaming (http://www.tradestreaming.com)