B.A. in economics and MBA from top 10 business school. I have over 10 years of M&A / corporate finance experience. Currently head the New York Shock Exchange (www.newyorkshockexchange.com), a youth mentorship program that teaches investment management skills and competitive basketball skills.
I am an early career scientific researcher who has taken a strong interest in investing, both for achieving my personal financial goals as well as serving as an alternative conduit where critical and logical thinking are rewarded. I write articles to share ideas, refine my own thinking and invite discussion from the astute readership of Seeking Alpha.
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Within the academic field, I have a career total of 89 publications and 5 book chapters, 2,900 total citations and an h-index of 32 (metrics from Google Scholar).
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I am a private investor, focused on value investing through balance sheet analysis.
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The Teutonic Knight retired as senior principal engineer from a US Fortune 500 technology corporation. He earned a Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering science (intensive option) from the University of British Columbia, and a Master's degree (First Class) in satellite communications engineering, from the University of Ottawa, respectively. Having practiced space mission system engineering in the intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) with the Canadian and U.S. governments for decades, he was elected a Lifetime Senior Member of the IEEE (LSMIEEE).
Just an old farm boy who bought his first stock in 1970. Been a student of the markets and investing ever since. Over the years I have owned and managed several businesses before retiring for health reasons three years ago. MS from the University of Akron.
2015: Most experience in equity, bond, and forex. Profoundly influenced by 2002 and 2008, where some top-rated holdings (eg. Enron, Lehman, Fannie Mae) disappeared, and others (eg. CSCO, INTC) never returned to prior highs.
The broader equity market is in an accelerating boom and bust pattern, where success is less dependent on financial sheet analysis and 'hold forever,' as it is timing and diversification. Current market is a Fed-driven liquidity bubble which is translating into historic equity bid. Major market correction pending within next 5 years, likely from Black Swan event.
Exited full equity investment in market-tracking ETFs in latter 2014. Currently in cash, laddered corporate debt, with small experimental positions in leveraged ETRAC-types and some beaten down high-dividend oil and commodities for trading. Trading criteria: 1) good balance sheet; 2) down >25% off 52-wk highs; 3) 5%+ dividend; 4) price volatility; and 5) a company I'm willing hold long-term and cost-average into as market collapses.
I find some SA contributors so focused on balance sheet discussions, they seem to lose sense of where we are in the larger market cycle. Buying full positions in great companies as long-term holdings at this point seems very risky.
My 2009 - 2014 profits (SPY 90% of holdings) were due more to government policy than my investing acumen - poor folks get food stamps, we investors get the big money hand-outs by the Fed.
The market may keep going up, but elementary risk/reward market analysis put my defense on the field. Making 4-8% in corporate debt and nothing in cash is fine for me. When opportunities present, I'll take them.
Have found SA contributors and posters very helpful and profitable.
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Ted Waller is a private investor who bought his first stock at age 13 (GTE) and has over 50 years of investing experience. His focus is on deep value and low risk. Acquiring wealth is a slow incremental process that requires setting goals, adherence to principles, patience, and flexibility.
December 9, 2016: A very interesting PPP poll was released today. It surveyed ONLY voters that actually voted for Agent Orange. To say that these people live in some twisted alternate reality would be mild. To them, down is up and up is down. A few highlights:
39% believe the Dow has gone DOWN under Obama.
67% believe that unemployment is HIGHER under Obama.
40% believe Trump won the popular vote.
60% believe that MILLIONS of illegals voted for Hillary.
73% believe that George Soros paid people to demonstrate against Trump.
53% believe that ALL of California's votes should not be included in the popular vote.
It should be obvious to even newborns and the most astute of farm animals that people like this really have no business in deciding the future either for themselves or the rest of us. Maybe it is time to bring back a voting test. A quick simple computer-given test to each voter before walking into the voting booth asking basic questions about the Bill of Rights, the Constitution, the function of government. Things they should have learned in the 8th grade, but have chosen to forget.
November 9, 2016: Well, finally. The chapter entitled "Sunset of Democracy, American-style" has been opened. The Orange Hitler ran an outstanding campaign. For a fascist, that is. (Don't believe me, read it for yourself: Bullock, Alan . Hitler: A Study in Tyranny. ISBN 1-56852-036-0).
Textbook example of how to steal an election. Tell a dozen big lies every day, so that nobody can stay ahead of you on fact checking. Create some scandal every couple of weeks to divert attention from the lies and lack of policy. Stir up the base with raw red meat and get them foaming at the mouth so that the rallies get larger and larger. Advocate violence against a minority, any minority, just pick one. Incite your followers to hunt down and attack and cajole those who are not followers. Rinse, repeat, and viola, election won.
I thank the gods responsible for allowing me the wherewithal to live outside the Divided States of America. It's very reassuring to know that the sacrifices I made in my military career and those of all military service members in defense of our freedoms have been worthwhile, because only in a democracy such as ours can a buffoon who will destroy those freedoms be elected to the highest office. RIP, USA.
After retiring from 23 years of service in the US Air Force, I attended Boston College's Center for Professional Education Financial Planning course. After graduation and Series 6, 7 and 65 certifications I worked for a short time with Smith Barney, and then went to a major regional bank as an investment executive. Five years later when the regional merged with another national bank, I struck out on my own starting my own financial services company which I have operated for the past 12 years. Three years ago I started a private funds placement hedge fund, Golden Bay Capital LP.
Living in Shenzhen, China. It's a stone's throw from Hong Kong and borders it on the mainland side. Spend most of my time traveling around and seeing the sights and of course, sampling the fantastic cuisine throughout the country.
It's been my experience that people will make Zeno's mistake over and over forever. False conclusions arise when ignoring the proof of reality just as Zeno and his paradox do. When theory and reality disagree, reality wins every time. If you don't know about Zeno, read up on him here: http://platonicrealms.com/encyclopedia/zenos-paradox-of-the-tortoise-and-achilles
Dr. Steve Sjuggerud is the editor of True Wealth, an investment advisory which specializes in safe, unique alternative investments overlooked by Wall Street, and based on the simple idea that you don't have to take big risks to make big returns.
Since Dr. Sjuggerud joined Stansberry Research in 2001, he has found super-safe, profitable investment ideas for his subscribers that the average investor simply never hears about... until the big gains have already been made.
Over the years, for example, True Wealth readers had the opportunity to make outstanding gains in Icelandic bonds (32%)... timber (64% and 27%)... housing (103% and 95%)... and "virtual banks" (52% and 29%), to name a few. Dr. Sjuggerud also recommended buying gold back in 2002 – when it was trading for around $320 an ounce – a call that led subscribers who took advantage to gains of 273%, 206%, and 182% in collectible gold coins, and 118% on Seabridge Gold.
In 2010, Dr. Sjuggerud made one of his biggest and most important calls to date – what he calls the "Bernanke Asset Bubble." In short, when Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke promised to keep printing money to save the economy for years to come, Steve said, "The asset bubbles he creates will cause some investments to go beyond what anyone can imagine in the next few years. That is the beginning (and the end) of the story. I believe these artificial asset bubbles will end badly – someday. But that day is years down the road. In the meantime, you could make a ridiculous amount of money..."
He was also one of the first analysts we know of to correctly call the bottom and recovery in the housing market in 2009. His thesis on the "Bernanke Asset Bubble" and the housing recovery has proven correct, and Dr. Sjuggerud helped position his readers for potentially great gains as a result.
Dr. Sjuggerud is also the creator and editor of True Wealth Systems, which uses a powerful computer software program usually found at hedge funds and Wall Street banks to pinpoint the sectors most likely to return 100% or more. Using this system, he can rigorously test and maximize profits on virtually any investment idea he can think of. One major newsletter industry insider called True Wealth Systems "the most in-depth research service ever developed."
Quoted by the Wall Street Journal, Barron's, and the Washington Post, he is also the co-author of Safe Strategies for Financial Freedom, a bestselling book on investment strategies. Over his career, Dr. Sjuggerud has addressed hundreds of financial conferences in the U.S. and around the world, including at the New York Stock Exchange. Dr. Sjuggerud is a former stockbroker, has been a Vice President of a global mutual fund, has had his own hedge fund, and holds a doctorate in finance.
Who I Am: I'm a retired individual investor. I retired at the end of 2013 after a 35 year career as a professor and research scientist at a major research university. So -- a career as a researcher and an educator, which is what I hope to continue here. Virtually every good teacher I've ever known says some version of "I learn more from teaching than my students do." There's a lot of truth in that, enough that there's an underlying selfish motivation for my writing here as I continue to learn about investing.
My professional life involved multiple international projects and collaborations, so I traveled extensively over those 35 years. I plan to continue doing so in my retirement. One consequence is that I'm liable to disappear from the site for extended periods. How can you miss me if I don't go away?
My investing priorities are building and refining portfolios designed to provide income and capital growth: Income for my retirement needs, and capital growth for my estate. My investing interests are tax-advantaged income from a range of sources, portfolio strategies, information- and bio-technology, and momentum-based strategic allocation.
Why I Write for Seeking Alpha: I learned long ago that "writing is nature's way of letting you know how sloppy your thinking is." The line comes from a Guindon comic strip of many years ago, and could not be more true in my case. When I did research professionally, I learned that writing it up forces me to think about details I might otherwise overlook. It's how I spent my working career, so it comes more or less naturally to me. I consider it an essential part of doing any research. So, the writing I do here is as much for myself as for the reader. As I started to contribute articles here, they grew out of research for my personal investment portfolios. They're based on things I've uncovered that are of interest to me and may be of interest to others of like mind. My primary purposes in writing them are to help clarify my thinking and to get feedback from others who may have very different opinions. It's those thoughtful comments that make Seeking Alpha such an important resource.
I try to actively engage myself in the comment streams in my articles, contributing what I can and learning from others. As a research scientist I spent a career spanning four decades devoted to free exchange of information vetted by rigorous peer review. It's a concept I firmly believe in. I hope to bring that approach to my interactions and contributions on Seeking Alpha and welcome critical commentary on anything I may contribute here. I especially encourage and appreciate thoughtful comments from those who disagree with me (although I will ignore obvious trolls and encourage others to do so as well). So, go ahead, start a conversation in the comment threads. It's one of the best things about Seeking Alpha.
My Investment Philosophies and Strategies: I maintain two portfolios. My income portfolio is a taxable account. I try to keep it separate from the growth portfolio which is housed in a series of IRAs, traditional and Roth. My income focus is on tax-advantaged income. In 2016 I face minimum required withdrawals from my tax-deferred accounts, so tax efficiency is an important consideration. The IRAs I see as my estate and are focused on generational wealth building. That means the growth portfolios have a long-term horizon, well beyond what an investor of my age might be expected to maintain.
Who Is Left Banker? Ah yes, the name. When I first joined Seeking Alpha I had no intention of being anything but an occasional reader. I saw it as another research site. So, I just ported a name I've used on other sites. I spent some of the best times of my life living on the left bank of the Seine and am always thrilled to be back in La Belle Paris. Add that I also like it because I find several subtle word plays there; I'll leave it to you to decipher that comment.
Finally, I've chosen to remain anonymous, which I feel obligated to justify. First, I have no professional role in finance and nothing to sell, so there is no advantage to be gained by "making a name for myself' here. Second, I value my privacy and have kept my internet presence as low-key as my professional life allowed. I certainly want to avoid any possibility of some internet connection trying to track me down. Odds against that happening are, of course, outrageously long, but why take them on at all?
Disclosures: I have no ties to the financial or security industries in any form. My interests are strictly personal. The banker part of the nym has absolutely no relationship to the profession of the same name. Readers should be aware that I am an investing novice, some might say dilettante. I do not give advice; what I publish is much more in line with a research notebook. Anyone who finds anything of interest will necessarily want to do his or her complete research and due diligence. It would be foolish to rely on my conclusions without having done so.
Mr. Bollinger is the founder and CIO of Magnolia Realty Advisors. Prior to founding Magnolia, he was with KBS Realty Advisors in Atlanta, GA for 5 years, where he helped oversee a $500M portfolio of commercial real estate. Prior to KBS, Mr. Bollinger was a consultant to the CMBS industry in New York City for 3 years, supporting clients such as Merrill Lynch and Bear Stearns. He earned an MBA from Vanderbilt University and a BS in Industrial Engineering from Virginia Tech.
Glyndon Park was founded by a CFA Charterholder with more than seventeen years of financial services experience with top tier institutions including The Federal Reserve, Morgan Stanley, and Goldman Sachs.
Glyndon Park brings the above experience to offer investment management services across several strategies ranging from conservative to more aggressive. We seek to provide clients returns consistent with their risk tolerance in a well diversified portfolio.
Zugzwang (German for "compulsion to move") is a situation found in chess wherein one player is put at a disadvantage because they must make a move when they would prefer to pass and not to move. The fact that the player is compelled to move means that his position will become significantly weaker. A player is said to be "in zugzwang" when any possible move will worsen his position.
Investing for 20 years, emphasizing stock picking for the last ten. Long-only, driven by valuation relative to risk and growth prospects. My contrarian approach works well during periods of volatility, typically trailing market returns during bull runs.
My profession is in biomedical research. I have over 25 years experience investing and trading stocks, options, ETFs, mutual funds, and futures in most asset classes, including volatility. I have a long-standing interest in algorithmic trading strategies. Over the last several years, we have worked towards developing and in some cases deploying with real money the strategies we have developed.
Institutional investment manager authoring on a variety of topics that pique my interest, and could further discourse in this online community. I hold an MBA from the University of Chicago, and have earned the CFA designation.
My articles may contain statements and projections that are forward-looking in nature, and therefore inherently subject to numerous risks, uncertainties and assumptions. While my articles focus on generating long-term risk-adjusted returns, investment decisions necessarily involve the risk of loss of principal. Individual investor circumstances vary significantly, and information gleaned from my articles should be applied to your own unique investment situation, objectives, risk tolerance, and investment horizon.
Friedrich is the name given to our algorithm for analyzing companies that trade on the global stock markets. In creating Friedrich we concentrated on analyzing each company’s Main Street operations through various established ratios, along with our own unique ratios that we developed over the last 30 years. What we came up with is a final "Main Street" price per share based on Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), which is a framework of accounting standards, rules and procedures defined by the professional accounting industry, which has been adopted by nearly all publicly traded U.S. companies. We feel that our Main Street price result is what each company would need to trade at in order to be attractive to a businessperson on Main Street looking to buy at a bargain.
Since the only constant in the universe is change, the results for each company fluctuate by varying degrees. No company is an island unto itself, but each operates in a world of constant change and at times in areas where Chaos is the norm. By analyzing a company’s Main Street operations over time, Friedrich is able to give the potential investor a decade long analysis (opinion) as well as offering a Trailing Twelve Month (TTM) analysis (opinion), as well. Thus our readers will not only get as close to a real time view of operations on Main Street as is possible, but then can measure the consistency of the company’s operations over time to determine if s/he should invest or not.
Through our Friedrich algorithm we can analyze ten years of Balance Sheet, Income Statement and Cash Flow Statement data for each company all at once and generate one final result in seconds. Friedrich was designed to be ultra-conservative and thus will cut zero slack to any company under analysis and will do so with zero emotion. Companies must be exceptional in order to get an attractive Main Street valuation and the ideal investments according to our backtesting are the ones that have been consistent over time.
By being so ultra conservative Friedrich is designed to identify bargains that Wall Street investors may have overlooked. Companies shares may trade on the stock market but the companies themselves operate on Main Street, so Friedrich is designed to generate a Main Street price per share first and only then does he go to Wall Street and see the price for which Benjamin Graham’s “Mr. Market” is offering the shares.
Dale Roberts is an Investment Funds Associate with Tangerine Investment Funds Limited, a subsidiary of Tangerine Bank wholly owned by Scotiabank. My articles are for information purposes only and do not constitute investment advice or an offer or the solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any securities. These articles are my personal opinion and are not those of Tangerine Bank or its subsidiaries. Remember past performance is not guaranteed and may not be repeated. Investment strategies are not suitable for everyone and you should always conduct your own research or speak to a financial advisor.
I'm an individual investor who has been investing for over 20 years. I am semi-retired and focused on creating a portfolio that will return enough to meet my needs with as little risk as possible.
Elliott Gue knows energy. Since earning his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of London, Elliott has dedicated himself to learning the ins and outs of this dynamic sector, scouring trade magazines, attending industry conferences, touring facilities and meeting with management teams.
For seven years, Elliott Gue shared his expertise and stock-picking abilities with individual investors through a highly regarded, energy-focused research publication. Elliott Gue’s knowledge of the sector and prescient investment calls prompted the official program of the 2008 G-8 Summit in Tokyo to call him “the world’s leading energy strategist.”
He has also appeared on CNBC and Bloomberg TV and has been quoted in a number of major publications, including Barron’s, Forbes and the Washington Post.
In October 2012, Elliott Gue launched the Energy & Income Advisor (www.EnergyandIncomeAdvisor.com), a semimonthly online newsletter that’s dedicated to uncovering the most profitable opportunities in the energy sector, from growth stocks to high-yielding utilities, royalty trusts and master limited partnerships.
The masthead may have changed, but subscribers can expect the same in-depth analysis and rational assessments of investment opportunities in the energy sector.
Although stock picking is becoming increasingly pointless in an era of ETFs for every investing style, I do have a brokerage account of hand-picked stocks. If curious, here are my performance statistics according to my broker's automated performance tracker: http://imgur.com/V3jjfFY
The performance stats are for a low-turnover portfolio of roughly 15-25 mid- and small-cap stocks. The brokerage firm that I use is one of the largest in the country. The accuracy of the performance tracking software is not guaranteed accurate by the broker.
The most common mistake individuals make is to assume that they're smarter than the market. A wiser approach is to assume the opposite, focusing only on the rare times when emotions and herding behavior combine to present an irrational short-term focus.
Rather than bore you with biographical details that might be meaningless or misremembered, I'll offer a true personal experience that captures my view on stock investing: At the completion of my first year as a starting pitcher in Little League, I had an undefeated pitching record and top strikeout tally. Nobody could hit my curve ball. I was admired by the league's coaches and my peers alike. The next year, hubris caused me to ruin my arm throwing far too many curve balls, thus ending my baseball dreams. Meanwhile, my best friend in Little League diminished his early success because he never threw curve balls. His parents wouldn't allow it. In spite of his early disadvantage, he ended up an MLB All Star and World Series winning pitcher.
What does this have to do with investing? Most kids have big, improbable dreams. Yet only one of the hundreds of my friends and acquaintances achieved his big childhood dreams. I've been exposed to thousands of individuals who exude confidence and make bold claims of superior investment performance and methodologies. Yet I haven't found one nonprofessional investor who could prove that he had beaten a benchmark index for a 10-year period. Although there are a number of living professional investors who've beaten an appropriate benchmark for a 25-year period, the number is small enough to fit on a school bus.
Like my Little League success, nearly all investment outperformance reverses course. The odds an investor will beat a benchmark for an entire lifetime are lower than a Little Leaguer becoming an All-Star with a World Series ring.
The Market News tracker is my favorite part of this website. Otherwise, I see the website mainly as a social media venue for aspirational stock hobbyists & advisors who are 110% certain that they're endowed with special investing skill. Never mind that almost none can provide a meaningful, long-term record of outperformance. Fortunately for the authors, the website is very supportive. Comments critical of articles are often removed, and bloggers can trumpet good luck and misremember blunders without troublesome fact checking. The unconditional love enables bloggers to achieve popularity with skillful self-promotion, confidence, and a likable persona. An ambitious subscription stock-tip blogger would be well advised to study the techniques of Tony Robbins and Deepak Chopra rather than Warren Buffett and Ben Graham.
"You make more money selling the advice than following it."
I write about dividend growth stocks on my website www.dividendgrowthinvestor.com.
I am mostly a buyer of high quality dividend stocks, with solid competitive advantages. My holding period is forever, as long as the dividend is at least maintained. I tend to concentrate my efforts on stocks which grow earnings and dividends, which provides outstanding total returns over time. I only focus my attention to stocks with sustainable dividend payments. I am also a firm believer in diversification accross sectors and geographic locations.
I have been focusing my attention particularly to companies that regularly increase dividends to their shareholders on my website. On my blog I share my thoughts on investing in dividend paying stocks that have consistently increased their payments over time and tips on growing my dividend income. I hope that my blog will serve as an inspiration for my readers and that it would change their financial lives for the better.
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