Thomas has a keen interest in Energy, Industrials, and Technology securities, and he employs a GARP bottom-up investing strategy, coupled with additional contrarian plays, with a focus on small to mid-cap companies. Thomas is currently a third year student at Cornell University.
I am a fourth year finance student who has several years experience managing my own equity portfolio and experience co-managing sponsored student funds. When I graduate I intend to pursue a career in Equity Research (sell-side).
I'm a retired engineer with a BSEE and MBA and since 1973 have been an active investor in individual stocks and mutual funds for my own account. Since 2007 we've been enjoying the full-time RV lifestyle exploring the USA and Canada.
A semi-retired small business owner in the Washington D.C. area. I continue to work to maintain long-standing relationships vital to keeping the business operating and profitable and to help supply employment to 12 other people. In the stock market, through relatively conservative stock purchases I hope to use the knowledge gained through many years of reading books and business magazines, especially Forbes and Barrons, and the lessons I have learned from all of the previous mistakes I have made, to make some profit in the stock market. The last two years have been quite good. We'll see what the future brings. I buy individual stocks and am fully invested in in good solid companies which I am confident will show me good future returns. I manage my own portfolio and am presently invested in about 30 different companies - my own little mutual fund you might say. With all of the tools and information available on the internet it is much easier to do this now than it would have been in the past. I have no interest in options or short-sales but might possibly use ETF's in the future.