Every investment has a trajectory. There is no such thing as static. Investments grow in size until they become really enormous at which point they can only grow along with GDP. To a certain extent picking investments is a little like duck hunting, you want to pick investments which will coincide with the growth trends. You want (1) great products and/or services, (2) great management, (3) sufficient finances if the company is in development, (4) great connections whether those are sales partners or financial partners. Jeff Hawkins, in his book On Intelligence, suggests that the brain is principally a forward-looking instrument. So, this duck hunting is a natural activity of the best investors. Thomas Barnard, as a writer, was mentored and published by Nobel Laureate, Saul Bellow.
Overworked and underpaid university maths teacher.
The outrageous low volatility (VIXtermination) since 2013 tells me that people are convinced that the Fed has their backs despite all the turmoil in the world.
Looking forward to the end of the Fed punchbowl and a return to markets based on fundamentals.
Founder & CEO of CloudBooqs LLC - an innovative accounting and tax firm serving startup, small, and midsize businesses. We have developed a set of technologies and processes to bring financial and business planning and tax preparation services to the type of businesses which are key to the American economy (www.cloudbooqs.com).
A great endeavor after a 25+ career working at or with large accounting firms, banks, and insurance companies - concentrated in risk, compliance, operations and related IT systems.
MBA in Accounting from Rutgers University - 1990
BA in Management from Kean University - 1982
Sandor Feher taught Corporate Finance at McDaniel College. He spent several years working for Mergers & Acquisition Management (M&A Management), an international privately owned venture capital organization. His roles included investment origination, financial analysis, and risk management for companies operating in the media, telecommunication, and internet industry.
Mr. Feher is an active investor, and holds an undergraduate business degree from the University of Connecticut, and a Master’s degree in finance from Case Western Reserve University.
I am a 27 year old investor/trader/financial adviser, I am also available as a consultant.
Joined the industry in 2007 at age 20, have worked in many roles including as a prop trader. I supported myself from 17, working full time and studying at night.
I invested all of my savings into NIB Health Insurance ASX:NHF [accumulated from $1.30] and Ramsay Healthcare ASX:RHC [purchased full line at $17.45] in 2011 and held for a significant profit.
This was then diversified into property, purchasing my first in late 2012. I now have 4 properties which are rented out valued at over $1.2 million.
My equities outlook is global, my main areas of focus have been US/Japan/Australia however I also trade the FTSE/DAX and have a keen interest in Asia.
I also own a small business which I believe helps when considering equities for investment.
I welcome your engagement and I am always looking to make new friends and build new partnerships, so please don't hesitate to get in contact!
I am interested in consulting so please contact me if you think I could be of value to your business.