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Value investor that seeks intrinsic value and the principles of Warren Buffett. Seeking Alpha placing special emphasis to identify risk and lay it off to the capital markets at profit.
Use options to hedge and to deliver a risk adjusted return on investment.
Trading Strategy: Sell puts on stocks I want to own at an attractive discount, when price is at bottom of bollinger bands and 200 MDA and the company has strong balance sheet and brand equity.
Willing to take long term holds for great management team in very big market that offers a strong value proposition.
Seek gurus and following their patterns if I can corroborate ready, simple clear information. Trend is your friend. Books that have influence my investment views Intelligent Investor, by Ben Graham, Contrarian Investor by David Dreman (version one and two), One Up on Wall Street Peter Lynch, and The Complete Option Player 4th Edition by Ken Trester.
As a former Naval Officer (German Navy), I am working as a Headhunter today. Whenever I find the time, I love to "battle" the markets and "hunt" for good trading opportunities... - I prefer the US markets as they allow me to prepare for action during the day. On seekingalpha I hope to find a good interchange of trading ideas.
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.
Efsinvestment.com website offers simple do-it-yourself type of investment ideas. You can download excel files that can easily calculate the Fair Value of a stock, along with O-Metrix score and Margin of Safety.
Investment philosophy is to first determine the maximum loss, and invest accordingly. Like many value investors, we prefer to invest in stocks with the highest dividend yields, and highest EPS growth potentials. Telecommunication and energy stocks in emerging markets are among the favorites.
Seeking Alpha offers a great opportunity to become a part of a strong finance network. Based on extensive quantitative analysis, in any market, going short is risky. Statistical analysis shows that technical indicators work only if they are strong enough to convince the majority of the investors. Do not buy a stock at the top, do not sell a stock at the dip.