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I have decided to pursue the Magic Formula methodology of stock selections. I put on a twist that I got from reading Warren Buffet. He suggests that you invest at the lowest market cap you can. He can’t buy micro caps in BRK.B since they won’t move the needle on his portfolio. I can and will.
I am a Financial Analyst and maintain my own Site http://www.everythingaboutinvestment.com where i put the articles regarding investment so that it can help each and everyone around the globe to get an detail insight into Investing and Investment.
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I am a former Corporal of Marines. After completing active service, I put myself through college on the GI Bill, some student loans, and by living in the smallest room in my parents house.
I earned an Associates of Arts in Political Science and completed my undergraduate education with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and a Certificate in Political Economy. My interests are primarily in economic development, international trade, and international affairs. I am continuing my education by pursuing a Masters of Science in Applied Economics part-time.
I am currently working at the US Bureau of Labor Statistics as an economist in the Current Employment Statistics - State and Area division. (http://www.bls.gov/sae)
My work experience includes working as an economist for the Statistics of Income division of the IRS (http://www.irs.gov/uac/SOI-Tax-Stats-Corporation-Tax-Statistics) where I performed economic and statistical analysis on corporate income tax returns. I also have some experience in the private sector performing statistical data analysis on internet usage from "opted-in" tracked participants and logged information from websites.
My investment experience and knowledge is mostly through self-learning -- I invested while I was in the Marine Corps and was able to profit a bit from it then. While I was in college, I continued to learn through paper trading accounts -- and a one-year stint working for a investment company known for it's mutual funds. I continue to invest today.
I am a programmer, a researcher and a computer scientist on artificial intelligence. My past lives include working on two startups, two universities and one industrial research institution. I have been trading since 2004.
Researching stocks is my hobby as well as an important source of income. My interest includes techs, big caps, biotechs as well as dividend stocks.