Bill grew up in Stamford, CT, college in Midwest, 45 years in direct matls and capital procurement for likes of Union Carbide, GE, Aramco, Great Northern and currently Colonial Pipeline Co, due to retire 4/2017. Antique boats, travel, amateur radio -KC1DZ advanced license, SAMS (Society Accredited Marine Surveyors) small craft surveyor. Plan is to live aboard trawler first several yrs in retirement.
I have five years of experience trading and investing. I follow metals, energy, currencies, and equities. I have traded long and short, and try to remain as flexible as possible while listening to the markets. I consider myself a student of the markets, and spend anywhere from 20-40 hours a week on my own market research.
Please note that I have no formal education in accounting or finance. If any of my analyses use a company's financial information or have theoretical valuations, you should do your due diligence and double-check my numbers.
I am also constantly looking for new material to study so please feel free to share links or recommend books or other websites. Thanks!
Professional Land Surveyor, Daytrade and Swing trade Offshore related Stocks (they are the most severely beaten down). My core investing strategy is based on the idea that the oil "glut" will transition to first a "re-balancing" and ultimately a shortage of oil in which case the market will over-correct from $26/barrel oil to $80-120.
Tudor Investment Holdings Private Limited, is a Singapore based investment company. It's investments are in commercial real estate and managing a global portfolio of investments in equities and bonds.
It's Director is Mr. Lasse Rochstad-Lim, who has extensive management experience in the bulk shipping and oil service industry. He also serve as a Director at TuffChem Environmental Services in Singapore as well as TuffChem Oil & Gas in Malaysia.
Mr. Rochstad-Lim is an Associate Sponsor Member of Securities Investors Association Singapore.
A full time investor focusing on long-term value and income stocks. Energy, Tech and Pharma excite me and a small portion of my portfolio is dedicated to opportunistic trading situations. When not trading, I am outdoors playing football or watching the love of my life: Arsenal Football Club.
I have been a student of the markets since 1994. My investing education has been expensive: listening to brokers, caught in the .com crash not trading on fundamentals, then caught again in the financial crisis. It was not all bad news though. After the .com crash I did some serious value investing and got all my money back. Somewhere in the middle of the financial crisis I started doing real homework so I was able to move money from equities that fell less to equities that fell more and I got all the money back and more.
I have a bachelor degree in computer science from John Carroll and I work at a large manufacturing firm managing the business relationship between IT and one business unit.
I like value investing. I listen to conference calls, look at charts and the macro economic situation and make good decisions about long positions for value. Right now I think I am wise enough to miss most of the next big drop and get in near the bottom. I am still working on understanding growth, leveraging with options, using puts.
Retired at age 52. Invest almost entirely in income producing investments. Rarely trade except to buy more income producing stocks. Strongly believe that MLP's are the best overall sector to invest in. This opinion comes from 20+ yrs of investing and expensive lessons from the "pros". I handle 3 portfolios (mine, My wifes, and my daughters). Net worth is not anyones business but mine.
Darren owns ProActive Financial LLC where he provides Financial Planning and Analysis consulting services. Darren's education includes a Bachelors in Economics, an MBA, and a Certificate in Personal Financial Planning.
Global citizen, international investor, 20-year investment horizon Interested in smallcap, microcap, turnaround companies. Does not pretend to be a value investor, but likes a good bargain anytime. Will invest where I believe a good long term return is possible. Applying options strategies on undervalued stocks to enhance yield