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Individual investor just trying to do my best. I started reading about finance and investing in January 2013. I began buying stocks in Apr 2013 and my eyes were opened to value investing in the summer of 2013 when I found oldschoolvalue.com and read F Wall Street.
When I began reading I knew nothing of finance so I just started with something I'd heard of -- Rich Dad Poor Dad. After realizing that was not for me I moved to Jim Cramer. Cramer is much too fast paced and broad for me so I moved to Buffett books. That's when it began to make sense and I bought my first stocks. F Wall Street was next and finally someone told me when to sell as well as buy so I was hooked. I moved on to Graham, Greenblatt, and Klarmen and I keep on going.
I am interested in any stock and any sector. As long as I can understand the company or situation and explain why the stock is too cheap then I will invest. I prefer micro caps because I feel I can generate an edge with the smaller stocks that isn't available with the large stocks that everyone is looking at.
I am constantly learning and my style is evolving. I believe that children are the ultimate test of patience but owning stocks is not too far behind. I am fine with holding stocks for years or months, it all depends on the situation. I prefer less activity to more and when in doubt, I do nothing.
Alex is an equity research analyst at Granite House Capital Management, a value oriented long/short hedge fund based in Boston. In May 2013, Alex was the feature of a Forbes Magazine article titled, "Meet One Of The Youngest And Brightest Hedge Fund Analysts That Isn't On Wall Street." He started investing in the stock market at age 10 and payed for college by working as an analyst for a Minneapolis based hedge fund. He focuses on the investing methods of great investors such as Warren Buffett. Alex looks to differentiate himself in the industry through persistent hard work and continuous learning. He is the youngest ever admitted member of the SumZero buyside network and was one of 14 buyside analysts in nation to be named to the 2012 SumZero Buyside Analyst Honors which was published in the Wall Street Journal as part of the 'Best on the Street' column and CNBC. Over 8,000 analysts were considered and he had the second highest return on the list. He was featured in the biography of investor Warren Buffett in a book called "Of Permanent Value: The Story Of Warren Buffett,". He maintains a blog called "Alex Bossert's Thoughts On Value Investing" with over 550 subscribers and over 300,000 site views. His work has been syndicated on Yahoo Finance, Google Finance, SeekingAlpha, and GuruFocus.
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