Just an amateur here on the "playground of the big boys".
Retired professor and very interested in the different commodities suited for the future, f.i. Tungsten, Molybdenum, Lithium, Manganese, Nickel, Vanadium, Graphite and many others.
Had the chance to get into the REE's - in 2009 - before most of the others, now I focus on the Graphite players in Canada as well as in Sweden.
Most of the time I play it "Long" on TSX, OTC and AMEX.
My largests investements are in Allmonty, Flinders, and Focus,
Grtz from Antwerp ( Be )
I run a fund that is long/short US and foreign equities. fund has a short bias and is generally
short stocks we have identified as possible frauds through our proprietary research and investigation.
David Jensen is an independent biotech investor and entrepreneurial advisor for early-stage startup companies. He previously managed various operations, marketing, sales and engineering programs for technology start-up, growth and turn around ventures. David graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1992 and San Diego State University with an MBA in 1999. He makes his home in San Diego, CA.
Erik holds a bachelor degree with a major in finance from the Telfer School of Management. He is currently pursuing his CFA designation and has recently wrote the level 2 CFA exam. His experience in commercial banking and currently in underwriting has given him great insight on valuing companies and under covering market opportunities. He is also an avid real estate investor.
Jets fan (obviously).
Individual Investor/Trader. Paradox? No.
Don't turn a trade into an investment/investment into a trade? Admittedly I have never understood this very popular Investing Cornerstone. Therefore I don't subscribe to this theory (blasphemy?) as I don't trade stocks that I wouldn't own for the long term and don't invest in companies that I wouldn't trade in the short term.
Quality Real Estate= "Location, location, location."
Quality Stocks ="Growth, growth, growth."