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Mayo Welch
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Had a part-time job in high school saved $2,000. Started college, quit my job, and started investing. I now have a Bachelors of Science in Economics fully paid for by that $2,000 investment.
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  • Track Record as of 6/29/11 1 comment
    Jun 30, 2011 12:00 AM

    With all of the negative comments I have been receiving I figure I will address my background a little more. The majority of comments are in regards to my analysis, the analysis which I have developed over a 10 year span. If you disagree with my analysis with a, “He doesn’t understand the industry”. I ask that you pause, for a moment, and think about that statement.

    If I don’t understand the industry that means I have a different perspective when I start my research. Analyst need to be able to accept different perspectives. I am still learning and I take the criticisms to heart when I write future articles, but for the record. Since 2001 I have managed an average return of 25% and dodging the market crash of 2008-9. So, I am either incredibly lucky, or maybe my analysis is right for what I am doing.

    My goal is not to be a day trader, and my goal is not to make you rich over night. My goal with each article is identifying the safest picks for an investor that could generate a reasonable return in the process. So far, since I began writing 2 weeks ago I have not recommended a single losing stock. In fact my track record on Seeking Alpha thus far is as follows.

    So, when it seems, as though, I am ignoring an “industry metric” chances are I am. I am given an allotted space per article and I am writing not only for an educated audience but also for the individual investor who is not an industry expert. If you would like a full evaluation of a company or a merger consequence analysis or maybe an LBO analysis I will be more than happy to write it up, but that is a different venue.

    So, as you read through my articles, and think my analysis is wrong in terms of – math or I missed a number when I transferred income statements, balance sheets, and cashflows; do let me know. However, if I missed an industry metric don’t dismiss my article because of it, or assume that I am incompetent because I am ignoring it.

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    way to go! there are far two many negative comments on this site. It's good to see someone like you have the jam to post their numbers. don't let the jerks discourage you.regards.
    30 Jun 2011, 12:24 AM Reply Like
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