10 years investing in $10 or less stocks. My portfolio has grown from an initial $4K investment to well over a million in that period of time. I specialize in identifying under-the-radar, unloved stocks with great upside.
Investment manager at Rugged Group LLC, an independent, fee-only registered investment advisor based in New York that I formed in August 2015. Find out more and follow my blog here. Email: brian [at] ruggedgrp [dot com]
I founded the firm Tarsier Capital Management, focusing on micro cap investing. I have an MBA, CFA, and CPA. I look for under-valued stocks, using the teachings of Ben Graham, Warren Buffet, and Seth Klarman. I also look for undiscovered companies that are growing quickly and are also inexpensive. I am the author of www.thebulldoginvestor.com.
Andrew Walker, CFA, is a portfolio manager at Rangeley Capital LLC with a focus on small cap special situations investments. Mr. Walker also contributes to Sifting the World, a value investing forum.
Vishal Khandelwal is the founder of SafalNiveshak.com, a website dedicated to helping small investors become smart, independent, and successful in their stock market investing. He has 11+ years experience as a stock market analyst and investor, and 3+ years as an investing coach. Safal Niveshak, which Vishal started in 2011, is now a community of 12,000+ dedicated readers, and was recently ranked among the best value investing blogs worldwide. Over the past three years, Vishal has trained over 1,500 individual investors in the art of investing sensibly in the stock market, through his Workshops and online courses.
I am a full time trader that specializes in Value Micro Caps and the occasional Small cap.. I was a part time investor/trader for about 15 years and over the last couple of years I have been a full time trader. I find that the most undervalued stocks are those with little to no hype or company promotion. Those that few people know about. I make an effort to ensure that others find out about them.
I like to look for situations where I think the market is not accurately reflecting the true fundamentals of a company. I buy all my ideas in my own account before writing about them, so investors should be aware of this. I will also sell them before telling others, so, once again, please keep this in mind if you're following my ideas.
I search EVERY company under $50 market cap. I have a distain for dilution. Stock options, PFD stock and inside deals, huge salaries, or companies that have filed to go dark will never see a penny of my money. Why should I invest my money when a CEO will not buy with his own money? The tired argument that you need these things to motivate a CEO or director is total BS. They are making more money than ever so why should they get something for nothing and profit by laying off people? I will hold stock for 5 or 10 years if a proxy statement shows no dilution, and low share count. So out of maybe 8000 stocks I look at every quarter, maybe 50 show promise, and 5-10 are investment worthy.
Currently studying for the CFA Level One and looking for a job in finance.
I spend the majority of my working day looking for, writing about, analyzing and investing in micro-cap and nano-cap stocks. I choose the micro-cap/nano-cap, space to study and invest, due to the inefficiencies that are presented to attentive investors. I invest within my circle of competence, but am not afraid to widen my circle, through a philosophy based on; learning something new everyday. I also will write, invest and study companies outside of the micro-cap/nano-cap space if they catch my eye.
When not doing any of the former, you can find me: reading, working out, walking, spending time with my wife, traveling, and doing adventitious activities. Subjects that I like learning about outside of investing are: philosophy, politics, the energy sector, and economics. I have been featured on America's Voice for Energy and The Globe and Mail. I also hold a BA in Economics from the University of Michigan.
Feel free to message me anytime. I am always up for meeting new people.
Disclaimer: Nick reminds investors to always due their own due diligence on any investment, and to consult their own financial adviser or representative when necessary. Any material provided is intended as general information only, and should not be considered or relied upon as a formal investment recommendation
I am interested in small capitalized companies with a high optionality to the upside compared to the relative downside risk. I am grounded in a value based approach but will also explore special situations. I am a trained CPA and continue to practice in industry.
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Avid value-focused investor who attempts to view the investment world from a perspective other than the general market opinion. I find the best way to do this is to learn and take the best ideas from history and apply them to my investment framework today.
I am an individual investor with a specialization in the small cap markets. I am also young and am currently seeking a job in investing, and would be willing to work unpaid. Please contact if interested.
I'm an independent equity researcher, writer and investor based in Amsterdam. My primary focus is on the micro-cap segment of the market. I also work for pension funds as a member of the Board and Investment Committee. Lastly, I enjoy soccer, sports in general and brewing the best coffee one can make at home.
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Jeffrey is a small time landlord and investor living in Lexington, KY; he recently graduated with a BA in general studies. As a die hard value investor, he finds micro and nano cap companies to be of great interest (and increasingly, the most undervalued). Check out his blog at www.ragnarisapirate.blogspot.com.
My professional background is in healthcare, and I've been investing for over 25 years. I focus primarily on small and microcap growth stocks. I'm much more of an investor than a trader. Lately I've been focused on companies that exhibit early stage growth with "game changing" offerings in healthcare, technology, and biotech. I take pride in doing my own due diligence and from time to time participate in private placements with small companies.