22 years equity experience at top investment banks in London and asset managers in Europe. I worked on Tech stocks at the research department of the Credit Suisse Tech Group in London till 2002. After that I switched to the Buy side. Last 5 years as head analyst at the Global Equity Fund of Robeco in Rotterdam that manages 9 bln USD in global equity. My focus is long term valuation techniques and rigorous financial analysis that identifies short term exaggerations in the market.
I run a small, private long/short portfolio. I focus on long term value, with a full expectation of showing paper losses in the short-term. Agnostic on the topic of catalysts. Wary of false precision. Usually ignorant of quarterly results and analyst forecasts. Seeking durable insights on business models and industry trends, and general wisdom.
Value investor that seeks intrinsic value and the principles of Warren Buffett. Seeking Alpha placing special emphasis to identify risk and lay it off to the capital markets at profit.
Use options to hedge and to deliver a risk adjusted return on investment.
Trading Strategy: Sell puts on stocks I want to own at an attractive discount, when price is at bottom of bollinger bands and 200 MDA and the company has strong balance sheet and brand equity.
Willing to take long term holds for great management team in very big market that offers a strong value proposition.
Seek gurus and following their patterns if I can corroborate ready, simple clear information. Trend is your friend. Books that have influence my investment views Intelligent Investor, by Ben Graham, Contrarian Investor by David Dreman (version one and two), One Up on Wall Street Peter Lynch, and The Complete Option Player 4th Edition by Ken Trester.
I am an individual investor with 10+ years of equity experience. My time horizon is 3+ years and I mostly take long equity positions. I label myself simply as a value investor in the Graham/Buffet tradition, but I also speculate and place a wild bet using options when I see temporary mispricing or growth potential.
I have a Ph.D. in Computer Science. I recently joined an academic institution after many years of R&D at a major tech company. I have expert knowledge in operating system kernel, virtual machine monitor, storage/network stacks. My background naturally biases me towards tech stocks, but I do keep a diversified portfolio.
Dr. Gray is a scientist and an artist. She has published her ecology work in peer-reviewed scientific journals such as Restoration Ecology, Ecological Modeling, Marine Ecology Progress Series, etc. In her art, she works mainly with batik to depict illustrations of the natural world. She is also a writer, a part-time trader, and a budding entrepreneur.
I am a recent graduate from Bradley University in Finance. I have been a active investor for the past 5+ years, and started my own company, Columbus Capital Management, 3 years ago. I am a event driven investor, which goes hand-in-hand with deep value and distressed investments. I have worked within the investment banking industry, specializing in distressed companies that are difficult to analyze.