Timothy J. McIntosh serves as the Chief Investment Officer and is the founder of SIPCO. He oversees all aspects of major client accounts and serves as the lead portfolio manager for the firm's U.S. Growth Leaders, U.S. Value Leaders, and U.S. Corporate Bond Portfolios. He acts as the firm's chairman of the investment committee. He served as a Professor of Finance at Eckerd College from 1998 to 2008. Mr. McIntosh’s is the author of The Bear Market Survival Guide and the recently published book The Sector Strategist, which was released by Wiley Publishing in March 2012. He has been featured in such notable publications as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, Investment Advisor, Fortune, and The St. Petersburg Times. He has been recognized as a Five Star Wealth Manager in Texas Monthly magazine and .has also been named to Medical Economics’ “Best Investment Advisors for Physicians″ list on a continuous basis since 2004. Education Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics from Florida State University Master of Business Administration (M.B.A) from the University of Sarasota Master of Public Health Degree (M.P.H) from the University of South Florida
Below my portfolio:
BioPharma Large: AMGN, GILD, CELG, BIIB, REGN, ALXN, BMRN, SHPG
Biotechnology Product: LGND, SGEN, MDVN, IONS, UTHR, MACK, GWPH, RLYP, OASM, XXII, ACAD, OMER
Biotechnology Clinical: CUR, ARRY, NWBO, CLVS, NVIV, AGEN, NK, ADRO, SRNE, ADXS, RDUS, ALNY, RVNC, BLUE, CYTK, AGIO, CNAT, INO, OCRX, CEMP, BLCM, MGNX, XNCR, GERN, PTLA, GNFT, ATRA, ESPR, FGEN, LJPC, MEIP, AFMD, CLLS, ADAP
Special Pharma/Generic: HZNP, DEPO, MDCO, LCI, ANIP,
Consumer Services: UNP, NSC, CSX
Consumer Goods: PG, PM,
Energy: CVX, COP, XOM, BP, RDS-A, RDS-B, TOT, PSX, VLO, OXY, PTR, NOV, CEO,
Financial: WFC, JPM, RY, BMO, TD, BNS,
Healthcare: JNJ, MRK, ABBV, GSK, ABT,
Industrial: EMR, CMI, UTX
Agriculture: DE, AGU
REITs: WPC, OHI, HCN, HCP, VTR, NHI,
Technology: IBM, SSYS, DDD,
Utilities: DUK,SO, ED
MLP: EPD, MMP, PAA, SEP, OKS, KMI
In Israel currency I hold: PSTI, RDHL
Acquired companies: DYAX-->SHPG; BXLT-->SHPG;
From Israel, born in 1977, working as IT Network&Security Specialist. Chess candidate master - chess helps me to remember and follow lots of stocks and companies' business. Chess helps me to be patient and to not be afraid to take risks, to learn from my mistakes and to be resistant to losing value, same in investing. If after buying my stocks they go down it gives me an opportunity to buy more, that is how I see it. No one can predict the market and only a few investors can avoid loss of their specific stocks, diversity is a key. I was pulled in to the market by a colleague in 2014 and don’t have any regret about it, because I start to see how here in IL simple not rich man can continue his life after 40-45 if he loses his job in a high-tech company and how it is possible to buy a home here, maybe even switch this to a primary job in future. I found the “seekingalpha” website after researching the healthcare industry. First steps were ETF's, but after learning & reading a lot about fundamental and value investing and after discovering DGI philosophy, DGI bloggers switching from my ETF's into stocks. I wish to know in which businesses I hold stocks and what I am investing in. I want to invest in what I believe in. Interested in biotechnology especially in cancer treatment companies and in biotechnology in general especially unmet treatment and innovation in medicine. Early in life I wanted to be a doctor and I am interested in the medical sciences in general. Also interested in 3D printing, solar energy, robotic and innovation technology that improves our civilization and our lives. Learning about DGI here, I am proud to be a DGI Investor (learning and I continue to learn a lot from all the people I follow, sorry the list is too long to give individual BIG THANKS to everyone for their great job, hope they will continue to do that!), but some of the people I must say THANKS to, for their works, articles, research and teaching young investors and people making their first steps, people whose all articles are a MUST READ (DoctoRx - for bio/healthcare, Chuck Carnevale - for FastGraph, Value Invest, Industrial and more, David Van Knapp - for DGI, Chowder - for DGI, Bret Jensen - for Economic/Healthcare, Brad Tomas for Reit, Kanak Kanti De - for bio/healthcare, BuyandHold, and many more. Thanks for your works and for your comments!) But in other side I think elegant and perfect portfolio need be improved DGI: Income and Growth portfolio - something like (70/30 or 70/20/10) - 70% - DGI/Income Giant/Large companies 30% - Small/Micro cap that in potential can give to Investor >500-1000% (tenbagger - Peter Lynch) or 20%- Large high growth established without dividend, 10% - small/micro with huge potential one day they can growth to be Giant/Large next (Apple,Gilead) I know my English is weak, but I am working hard to improve it. Thanks for reading my profile and giving any comments and advice.
I am a personal finance and investing blogger. A software designer by profession, I have a passion for economics, business, finance and investing. My personal financial goals are to generate enough passive income to fund my retirement, and along the journey - share my experiences and help the readers.
Born 1940. . Forty + years of finance: Investment, leadership and administration. Owned/trained race horses, show horses ( world champions ) and cattle ranching. Now trade for own account. Consider myself a bottom-line eclectic trader/investor. Mantra: If it has high net margin results and sustainable volume and outstanding and positive profit management then I look; at my age everything is near-term. You always have to be looking 360 degrees. Trouble means "red-flag". Think reasons ------ not excuses. Four years and out for any leader if success is not of magnatude, No mold allowed to accrue! No if ands, or buts ... for any reason. Bad predecessor? Tuff!!! We hear that crap daily from the white house. Turn things around or goodby, and as they use to say so politically incorrect in my day "don't let the door hit you on the a... on your way ------- out!
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