Valerie Wood is President of Energy Solutions, Inc. and editor of The Advisor, a weekly and monthly natural gas publication that provides specific insight into natural gas pricing trends. With 26 years of experience in the natural gas industry, she is a well-known industry veteran, particularly in her ability to break down large amounts of complex information into an easy-to-understand format. In addition to the publication of The Advisor, Valerie Wood has also authored a number of natural gas-related analysis ranging from the ABCs of a Natural Gas Risk Management Plan to her most recent, Natural Gas Price Outlook. Her work has been featured in publications such as Gas Daily, Platts and Natural Gas Intelligence. In addition to her passion for writing, Valerie Wood also provides one-on-one tailor consulting and educational seminars on a variety of topics, including the development of natural gas budgets, supplier contract negotiations, and the fundamentals of the natural gas industry.
Hi, I am new to investing and I have just learned the basics of financing. I am a follower of Warren buffet who is one of the best in the financial world(in my Opinion). I am 24 years old and I started my journey after reading articles on Warren buffet. I am here to help you find value and improved investments from all around the world. Hope you guys will enjoy reading my blog.
Investing for over 20 years and after trying many ways to make and lose money have focused on the easy way to make retirement work. Dividend stocks.
Investing deep value for building wealth and dividend payers for keeping it.
Semi-retired marketing and sales executive with a second career in the travel business. Actively invest an upper six digit portfolio in half a dozen mutual funds as well as a couple of stock brokerages accounts, most of it IRA. Primary goal is income with some appreciation potential.
Since construction jobs haven't been plentiful in Las Vegas, I studied information management at the prestigious College of Southern Nevada and the University of Nevada Las Vegas. My previous financial background is in the field of hanging drywall, where I learned absolutely nothing about the concept of compound growth. I started trading/investing after taking a finance class and watching Mad Money on CNBC.
Small tool and die shop owner
Conservative / cautious outlook
Have aversion to any type of debt
Looking to solidify my portfolio in preparation for D-day / next crisis
Area of interest : PM, nat gas, oil and some manufacturing
I started getting into the stock market at the young age of 13. I have been determined ever since then to learn how to make money in the stock market. By the end of high school I was known has the stock market “kid.” For my graduating class my teachers created a new award for one student to be awarded each year due to my passion in the markets. I am proud to be my high school’s first Warren Buffet Award Winner.
My reputation continued in college as have tried to help others learn what I know. I became President of our school’s Financial Management Association, Treasurer of my fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and also Treasurer of the Inter Fraternity Council. Through the power of leadership I have continued to help others learn the basics of the markets.
I have traded full time using financial derivatives which was very lucrative until the recent market turbulence. I have developed additional risk management rules that adapt to six sigma type events which I share with those close to me. I am now trading again full time with a focus on risk management, profit & loss, and statistical management. Trading is my passion so I strive to utilize 110% of my potential through the continuous commitment to the innovation of the portfolio management profession. I earned my Bachelors Degree in Business Administration as a finance major in 2009.
I now own my own market research firm Shane Edmund Group LLC (www.shaneedmund.com) and help with my father's company in business development/operations management involving the quality end of high-tech manufacturing applications (www.accutechmeasurement.com).
Check me out on Linkedin for more information about me and my mission: http://www.linkedin.com/in/shanedrozdowski
Here are a couple of my original ideas:
Small Cap Tech
Rediff (REDF): Recommended buy at less than $2 in August 2010. Within 1.5 months of my recommendation it touched $6. It is currently trading at $9.39.
Demand Media (DMD): Recommended Shorting at $16 in April 2011. Stock is at $7.51 now.
Anixter recommended at $40 on july 15,2010. Gave 50% plus return in 6 months.
Terex recommended at $22 on sept 20, 2010 and Gave 70% return in next 4 months.
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