Independent Investor; Independent Thinker. I worked for the DoD for a decade; now in private industry. I trade long and short, sometimes using pair trades. However, my specialty is Option Spreads using Calls/Puts, and various other Delta strategies. I seek "targets of opportunity" by trading (usually selling) into inflated volatility, thus taking advantage of what might be mis-priced "fear." I also use my ample free time to research investment ideas and/or short term trading opportunities, wherever they may exist. My experience includes over two decades managing eight distinct portfolios for immediate family only. If you have a trading idea and/or question, please feel free to 'PM' me.
Mr. A. Paul Gill has been the CEO of Lomiko Metals Inc. TSXV: LMR, OTC: LMRMF since June 2009 and CEO of Lomiko Technologies private) since 2014. Mr. Gill developed significant experience in the strategic development of resource companies such as Norsemont Mining,Inc. (Bought by HudBay Minerals for $ 512 million). He has held the positions of President, Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Secretary and Vice-President of Business Development of Norsemont Mining Inc. and served as a co-founding director. Mr. Gill has been a Consultant of AJS Management private) since March, 2001 and a Director with Graphene 3D Lab TSXV: GGG, OTC: GPHBF, Graphene ESD and Epic Mining Corp.
I manage a technology start-up in recycling. Previously I worked as a country head at an international start-up, a consultant at McKinsey & Company and a project manager at a manufacturing company.
I have MSc in structural engineering and MBA (with focus on finace) from a top-tier business school.
Full time independent day-trader/swing-trader and money manager, starting this process in 2001. I continue to research and glean from others, in particular identifying the "doers", who have gone before me. I tip my hat to their many contributions, especially my father.
I conclude that I must be an optimist entrepreneur with analytical gifting. For now, I know what "Wall Street" represents, and non-random patterns repeat, everyday. Wall Street goes long and short in the "spread" they create. I'm only a follower. I use my proprietary systems/technical indicators to avoid resorting to tea leaves, typically.
I find the contraction/expansion component of supply-demand economics simply fascinating. Albert Einstein said,"nothing happens until something move's". Stock's "price" move daily, things are happening. I am an avid student of "algorithms/technical analysis". I like how an indicator in its innate simplicity can reveal price "moving", in it's three observable directions, up, sideways or down. My struggle, as a trader, is with the management of the conscious mind and its incessant wanting to hijack the 'process' of trading. Therefore, to counter this mutiny I have become an ardent "practitioner" of technical analysis systems, in conjunction with developing a "managed mindset" that trades process.
I day-trade and swing-trade, taking long or short positions, allowing the market to dictate its emphasis, not mine. I follow the technical more closely in the micro trade, yet, always coupled together with the fundamentals in micro and macro trading perspectives. Essentially, this is my style, today. Remember: I merry heart is good for all approaches to life and markets.
Business graduate from a working man's school after several years of stop and start and working full time and raising two families. Began playing with options in 2006, not very timely unless you can short with big bankroll, and have been doing so since, with more of an investment perpective while running my wife's rollover the last several months. Like mostly dividend paying, L/T record of growth, with a little spec including first mover/ biotech break through type companies that have a tremendous long term possibilities.
Don't entirely like the monetary system in the US - Quote: "It is well enough that people of our American nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning."
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My wife and I have been living full time in a motor coach since 1998; we travel around the USA chasing good weather and adventure. We also park the coach from time to time in order to jump on a jet for some foreign adventures. I am an independent investor.
Old Geezer that listened to parents that lived through the Great Depression. Am a USAF veteran and proud grandpa of twelve grandkids. I am trying to learn enough to be a good investor and have met many great and tolerant (I ask a lot of questions) people here on SA.
Mark Alexander is an insurance professional who began managing personal and family investments in late 2007 due to perceived weakness in the fundamental analysis performed by most traditional mutual funds.
early (ish) days on active investment. been in property for a while.
Been a great year, FB,NOK the stand out winners. Long FB ( $27, sold too early at 46.08) ,AAPL ( $477) ,NOK ($3.77, sold too early at 6.32, bought back at 7.65!), LCC ($16.06, sold at 20something, bought again at 23.25 before the merger),
Watching LINE( I missed that one!) , ALU ( bought at 3.77), MSFT( missed that ship), HSBC ( bought at 677p, patience required...), and of course ORCL, out of ex employee interest.
took a tiny position in FNMA at 2.35 not clever I know, but sold at 2.95, too nervous to hold.
oh...added some AMD at £3.63, sold at 3.75 to buy some bbry...again!
I am a former sell-side analyst -- UBS 1996-2002, Needham 2002-2006 and ThinkEquity 2006-2008. These days I review automobiles and other technology products, as well as analyze the automotive and technology industries, and coming up with long/short ideas. I also continue to write (less frequently) on macroeconomics and politics.
private investor....former student in bio tech ....interested in advancing practical and economical sources of treatment for human welfare with dignity an awareness . methodical research can be done with new technology with a much more efficient an timely manner...especially vaccines developed thru research more than a decade ago....Why an Who is creating the lengthy timeline to get these cancer vaccines to patients....We can send discover satellites to another solar system an RETRIEVE the DATA ! WE as a generation are mapping our entire solar system an beyond...OUR government has a duty to protect its citizens not only by man/made laws, but the very law of NATURE demands accountability from its leaders....I am saddened by their methods.!
Moon Kil Woong is currently a VP at a SME. Previously he was a tech stock consultant, VP of Research at ING, and sell side Director at Crédit Agricole Indosuez. Moon Kil Woong has a Masters in Public Administration from SJSU.
Let's see, Veteran (Vietnam era), Commercial Artist, picture framer, industrial engineer & corporate executive (once upon a time), small business owner and operator, Ayn Rand fan, Libertarian (and no, its not a synonym for "Republican" or "Conservative"), and history buff. Serious investor, I need to earn money from my assets, and I'm of the age where I pull money out to help put food on the table. I like to fish, but just as with my investing, I am a "meat fisherman", I only kill what I plan to consume.
I'm a facilities maintenance mechanic in the San Francisco bay area working for a drug company. I LOVE to play golf and hope break par someday. I ride a Harley touring bike whenever possible and collect classic convertibles. Hoping to retire early to play golf 5 days a week. Never been very good at investing!
Equipment Operator, Journeyman Lineman (IBEW), Programmer, Systems Analyst, Network Engineer, IT Director, Owner/Operator for Alliant Tech Systems, Ensign Brickford Aerospace, General Dynamics, General Electric (various braches), Global Nuclear, Hewlett-Packard, High Test Labs, Intel, L3 Communications, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Spectra Technologies, Trident Refit Facilities, United Launch Alliance, Vestas, Westinghouse.
I am now a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) in the state of Oregon. Need a massage?