I hail from the city of Como, northern Italy, well known for its beautiful lake. I began investing in 1999 as a speculator, with modest results. After reading many books on the matter, I now consider myself a value investor with a long term horizon. Besides investing I also enjoy playing chess online, contributing to Wikipedia and surfing the web always looking for something new to learn. My mother language is Italian, but I am fluent in English and improving my Russian and Spanish. If you like my articles please share them on your favorite network and don't forget to follow me !
I am a keen dividend growth investor with a new found passion in the stock market and buying income on sale.
Although a fan of the lower risk DGI method, I am all in for financial freedom and attempting to retire by 30. I am therefore willing to take on more risk to get there and I am now investing into higher yield stocks predominantly MReits, BDCS and Reits. I firmly believe that this approach will get me there faster alongside investing in undervalued dividend growth stocks that will compound better in the long run.
I am looking at a complete 50/50 split of DGI growth stocks for stability and 50% high yield alternatives. I am now looking into Reits, MReits and BDC's for my journey to financial freedom.
I own a diversified portfolio of blue chip investment properties and stocks. I like to invest into companies that have a deep & wide moat - when selling at reasonable prices. My stock portfolio is concentrated with Berkshire Hathaway being the largest position.
Actuary and welfare economist; early music singer for hobby; born in Aug. 1975, living in Rome, Italy. Speaking Italian, English, French, German and Portuguese, plus some basic Spanish. Reading Latin.
Opportunistic global value long/short investor. Long term (5-20+ years holding periods) investment approach. Currently studying at Wharton School of Business and working for Quaker Capital Investments.
Current Areas of Interest and Strategy:
Value Large Cap U.S. Companies with exceptionally strong balance sheets and/or cashflows
Value Large South Korean Companies
Value Large Polish Companies
Value Large Russian Integrated Oil Companies
Bubbling tech stocks that won't be able to grow into their valuation
Poor quality U.S. businesses trading at exceptional valuations
I am retired German farmer, (born 1945) Last year, I sold part of the farm (buildings) moved to Hamburg and I am now seeking additional retirement income from share investments, which seemed to me "better" ,as the alternative woüld have been not to sell the buildings , but to let them out on lease.