I am an independent trader. I have been trading my own money for over 20 years. I am focused on finding growth stocks that are priced like value stocks or stocks that are misunderstood or under followed. Generally, I buy stocks where I feel like my chances of losing money are low, but still offer the possibility of large gains. This almost always leads me to small and microcap cap stocks. I joined Seeking Alpha to share some of my ideas with others. I hope they are profitable. Twitter: MichiganTrader@SWMichTrader Please do your own due diligence and do not blindly buy stocks on Seeking Alpha articles alone (including mine).
Started studying charts 10 years ago during my "free" time (remember that?) - had the "aha" moment... - and keep learning from it as time passes. Social Security and 401K's aren't gonna cut it probably and nothing's getting cheaper. There is a flow in any market - we are here to monitor the flow - the roller coaster - and it's fun after you learn not to get burned. BTW - you will get burned once in a while...
Currently the President & CEO of a publicly traded startup in the temporary staffing industry, specifically what we call the "On-Demand" sector. I have been in the staffing industry for approx 14 years. I started out as an Account Executive for the largest on-demand provider in the country and have been in the staffing industry ever since.
Enjoy spending time with my wife and 3 beautiful children when Im not working. Doesn't have to be anything fancy, a day at the movies or at the park works just fine for me.
I hold a position of financial analyst at Aakon Capital. My main responsibility within the company is the analysis of investment opportunities within capital markets and identification of suitable investments for Aakon’s clients.
I graduated at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation summa cum laude and passed all three CFA exams.
I'm investing with both eyes on climate change and the math of future commodity shortages. Influences include Tom Konrad, Jeremy Grantham, and Jim Jubak. Major interests include heavy-duty vehicles--especially transit buses, biomethane, and combined heat and power.