New member Russell Gold is an investment research analyst. Russell Gold fields of interest include technical analysis, macroeconomics, demographics, financial history and energy policy. His published topics include; stock options, dividend investing, technology, services, finance and search engine optimization.
Russell Gold considers himself as both a contrarian and dividend growth investor. He believes dividends provide a degree of stability to a portfolio. However, Russell Gold does infrequently trade high risk financial derivatives such as options, futures and swaps. Russell Gold seeks leveraged returns and utilizes advanced investment strategies with non-binding contracts.
With very little capital Russell Gold utilizes advanced investment strategies as an ability to make extreme returns. These kind of returns may not be possible with primary investment vehicles such as stocks and bonds. When you invest in a stock or bond, it could take seven years to double your money. With derivative investment strategies, it is possible to double your money in less than week.
Russell Gold believes the spirit of risk management is most important to long term investment activities. He suggest every investor make the effort to consider new or alternative paths of thought. Russell Gold will be helpful in terms of keeping all of us on the right side of longer term macro equity market risk and reward.
A rodent can do amazing things. Run full speed on telephone wires, chew through pipes and cinder blocks, tread water for over thirty six hours, but it doesn't matter how impressive all that is, we can't get the girl home anyway. The door is too small.
I'm a small time private investor, that likes to put my spare time toward monetary gain when I could just be stroking off. When I'm not fixing broken power distribution equipment or tending to household needs, I enjoy looking for short term market inefficiencies and long term trends.
Great fun on the "correction" last October. I was looking for a ten percent correction. Work was not my friend that day. I caught it the next morning. Still long as I write this, hoping I can keep my taxes down and my gains unrealized.
Masters of Finance, PACE University, New York.
Pension Consultant, Pension Associates, Stamford, Connecticut
Prior work experience:
-24 months as a proprietary trader trading in NYSE and NASDAQ.
-14 months as a C++ developer at a Top-20 IT Consulting organization, KPIT Cummins Infosystems Ltd, India.
Portfolio Manager: 2004-2007 ~Investing in stocks listed on Indian exchanges.
I am currently a student working on obtaining a Master's degree in Biomedical Sciences, and I have completed a Bachelor's in Biotechnology.
While my background in biotechnology gives me a great perspective into high growth companies, I prefer to focus on equities that are undervalued no matter what sector they fall under. I focus on fundamentals such as Price/Free-Cash-Flow and Price/Book to determine the ideal value of the company and I research management and their prior experience to determine whether to discount or add a premium to the ideal value. I do not use technical data to determine what makes a good investment. Rather, I use it to determine when is the best time to open or close a position in a company that I have determined to be undervalued or overvalued.