B.A., Biology, Colby College, Waterville, ME, 1971
M.S., Marine Sciences, University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA, 1976
M.S., Experimental Statistics, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI, 1979
PhD, Biological Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI, 1991
Henry is a biological oceanographer and statistician with expertise in ecological risk assessment. Research has involved developing and applying methods to distinguish between anthropogenic and natural changes in coastal ecosystems for use in integrated assessments of the joint effects in coastal receiving waters of anthropogenic changes in nutrient loading, regional climate variability, and potential consequences of regional climate change
I have worked for almost 30 years in the custody end of financial services in the Midwest USA. My interests are personal investing to earn income and prepare for retirement and more contribution to the church and society.
Retired Refinery and Petrochemical Commissioning and Production Manager, having worked for 48 years worldwide in more than 42 countries and on more than 42 small and big projects. Fluent in at least 4 languages and a practical very Hands-on Engineer / peoples Leader and so on. Now staying in Switzerland on a Refinery Project.
Individual investor. Been at it since 2005.
Blue chips and emerging blue chips.
Love to spend free time poring over my watch-lists, reading annual reports, finding undervalued companies and making money in stocks.
I began investing in 1987. My first four investments were Budweiser, American Barrick (ABX), MCI Communication and General Dynamics. Not bad for a newbie. I'm a buy and homework type of guy. In the Jim Cramer vein. My key area's of interest are Tech, Biotech, Energy, Financials and commodities. I run my own money, eat my own cooking & I don't take prisoners'.