I'm a SF Bay Area based engineer who likes to personally manage his own investments.
I am interested in finding short term trading strategies that result in a positive EV over time, as a way of generating income and personal freedom. On the other hand I enjoy betting games, and view my trading like betting poker hands.
The longer term strategy would be to funnel trading profits to solid dividend payers, as a way to cash out of the casino.
If you like my work, feel free to contact me.
Providing insight and education to investors on the unique business of AVT, Inc. Manufactures of high tech automated retail machines that can dispense a wide variety of products from snacks, drinks, pharmaceuticals, gold coins, electronics, carpet cleaning machines, propane tanks, etc. We continue to develop innovative systems that provide operators with efficient methods to increase revenues, reduce shrinkage, and be remotely managed wirelessly.
I have learned how not to loose a boat load by trying to find good companies that trade at a discount to their peers and have solid fundamentals for the long term Don't buy all at once, have some cash to the sidelines and find those who have solid advice to help you learn along the way." When chicken little still says the sky is falling, and it already has, matbe it's time to buy some eggs." It also goes the other way.
I am just a guy in my early 50s. Pay no attention to my accolades or the lack thereof.
Although I am not really interested in getting rich,...that is, I really have no ambition to spend money, I do, however, like to measure my grasp on reality by my (in)ability to beat the market. For a benchmark I simply use VTI and VXUS to determine if my slicing, dicing, tilting, ETF rotations, and stock picking add any value. My portfolio is humble but that is not the point.
I live in the middle of nowhere in a desert oasis that is obscured from any sojourner’s view by visible heat waves that blur the atmosphere. Hopefully my remoteness improves my objectivity.
Charles (Chuck) C. Carnevale is the creator of F.A.S.T. Graphs™. Chuck is also co-founder of an investment management firm. He has been working in the securities industry since 1970: he has been a partner with a private NYSE member firm, the President of a NASD firm, Vice President and Regional Marketing Director for a major AMEX listed company, and an Associate Vice President and Investment Consulting Services Coordinator for a major NYSE member firm. Prior to forming his own investment firm, he was a partner in a 30-year-old established registered investment advisory in Tampa, Florida. Chuck holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance from the University of Tampa. Chuck is a sought-after public speaker who is very passionate about spreading the critical message of prudence in money management. Chuck is a Veteran of the Vietnam War and was awarded both the Bronze Star and the Vietnam Honor Medal.
I'm a 50-ish, mid- to upper-level manager in healthcare publishing. I live in a small town in the midwest. My goal is to invest in individual stocks and do better than my retirement savings (mutual funds) have done in the past 30 years (average 8%). I am a value investor who has developed my own stock screens and also love to start with companies with officer inside purchasing. I saw a golden opportunity to dive in to the individual-stock market in late 2008, at the peak of the doomsday talk and press, and have been plowing extra money into stocks since the early months of 2009. So far, so good.
I'm a 26-year-old retiree, enjoying some time to pursue passion projects after hustling with 18-20 hour workdays for years. After having a medical scare last year that had me hospitalized, I decided it was time to sell the business and focus more on putting my money to work for me rather than the other way around.
I now spend most of my time reading, writing, and enjoying life.
I am a 48yo male with an engineering degree. I have worked in numerous industries in varying maintenance capacities which has given me a VERY cautious and attentive experience with a companies financials. I have been trading as an amateur since 1978. I prefer value stocks and would much prefer those with a dividend.
Always questioning, sometimes passionate sometimes bored by the process of investing.
Migrating from efficient frontier indexing towards value style individual stocks.
Interested in fundamental analysis especially discounting the residual earnings as espoused by penman.
Began investing in equities in 1980. Bought Walmart, Teledyne and Crown, Cork & Seal in 1980.
Invested in bonds until 2001. Got out too early.
Monthly trader. Made 11 trades in 2015.
Try to keep a permanent-like portfolio. Own U.S. big caps; own foreign big caps; currently have 30% of portfolio in cash; no bonds.
Also invest in oil & gas royalty and real estate directly.
A conservative, politically. Not a Republican and definitely not a Democrat.
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