http://www.wangchukcapital.com As a value investor, I focus on businesses that I understand and trade at low valuations. If I can’t understand the business, I don’t invest. I identify potential investments by conducting my own research and due diligence on companies that investors appear to have become overly pessimistic about. My strategy is to invest in companies that trade at a discount to my estimate of fair value. I focus on deep value micro and nano-cap companies.
I will focus on writing investment research on micro and small cap value plays. Companies will span various industries, and will primarily be headquartered in North America.
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I have been "managing" my portfolio for the past ten years. Managing in quotes because I didn't do very much for myself. Instead, I listened to the advice of family and friends and the talking heads on TV.
My wake-up call came a few years ago when I calculated my annualized return and discovered I did little better than a savings account.
I decided that my process was not working. I would often swing for the fences by buying small companies, only to make paper profits and lose them. I had no buy or sell discipline and that was hurting my returns. I embarked on a journey to overhaul my investment process.
I read books and online articles (a lot of Seeking Alpha) to learn about other people's processes. I made myself a model in MS Excel that at least acts as a baseline for decision-making and helps instill discipline in my process. By using this model my returns have improved considerably.
Value investing is a philosophy that sits well with me, and I'll say I identify most with it. Not exclusively, but it's generally what I look for. It's funny that when I started swinging for singles and doubles instead of home runs my returns increased.
My journey is still in its early stages, only three years in (and in a rising market, to boot). I will have to wait and see where the next 10 years take me. For now, I'm happy with my new process and recent results.
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Extract Capital is a resource-focused investment fund with a concentration in the junior mining sector. Our core investments are smaller capitalization securities that often do not have positive cash flow.
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I'm an investor and a Chartered Business Valuator (CBV). I have been investing since I was a teenager. I love my work. I manage a private investment company and I specialize in business valuation.
I'm a huge skeptic by nature. If you had to put me in an investment category, I would fall under "contrarian/value" investor. It's not an investment style that I picked but one that reflects my personality.
Regarding my articles, I think to present my ideas present in a neutral light, without any hype or promotion, which is a rare thing these days.
Please note that any articles or comments on Seeking Alpha are not linked to my work, and the opinions or content mentioned are mine personally.
Canadian CFA Charterholder that researches mostly small-cap firms in a number of industries in my spare time. My professional background is primarily in the utilities industry, so much of my research will be focused on that segment.
In the past, my research has mostly driven my own portfolio, but I am looking to share this research with a wider audience, mostly out of personal interest.
I retired as CEO of an Automotive Parts supplier, and manage an investment portfolio for myself and family. I have a BA in History from Royal Military College of Canada and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario. My first career was as a fighter pilot in the RCAF, and, following my MBA I joined McKinsey & Company, Inc. leaving them for Canadian GE. I left CGE as a Vice President in 1984 and founded The Enfield Corporation Limited ("Enfield") which grew from 243 employees in 1984 to over 10,000 in 1989 when Enfield was taken over and I was replaced as CEO. In 1989, I acquired control of Algonquin Mercantile Corporation, renamed Automodular Corporation in the late 1990's when I turned it to focus exclusively on automotive parts sub-assembly. Along the way, Algonquin turned a few ageing drug stores into Pharmx Rexall Drug Stores Ltd., sold to Katz group in 1997 and today a major Canadian drug store chain. I have been a private investor since 1971 both directly and through a private company controlled by myself and members of my family.
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TheBaron Investing is a long-only writer for Seeking Alpha with a focus on financial institutions, private equity firms, Real-Estate Investment Trusts and other companies/fields of interest. Published articles are intended to give readers a thorough understanding of the analyzed company, and bring investor attention to little-known companies with upcoming catalysts, or under-appreciated operational excellence, that allows purchases within a margin of safety.
Articles are intended to raise awareness of quality companies, and are for investor interest only. For actual investment advice, please consult a qualified financial adviser. TheBaron Investing strongly recommends diversified, ETF-focused investing for the majority of retail investors.
I am interested in small capitalized companies with a high optionality to the upside compared to the relative downside risk. I am grounded in a value based approach but will also explore special situations. I am a trained CPA and continue to practice in industry.
Warning: my twitter account is very random but will have a lot of economic and business items sprinkled with Green Bay Packer comments.
An independent analyst and private investor. Based in Warsaw, Poland (Europe). Professional experience comprises about 20 years in a number of financial and industrial companies. Fan of the Austrian School of Economics.
Blog: Simple Digressions (daily analysis of the precious metals market; general investment issues; sometimes articles on demand of my readers).
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I am especially interested in small/microcap stocks. Not only are they more capable of generating massive returns, but they provide the individual investor with a more level playing field than many larger cap companies.
I have a strong interest in the oil and gas industry, especially in Canada. I also tend to take a contrarian view point, and believe in investing heavily during crashes. I consider my investing style to be a disciplined value investor, and try and take the Buffet/Graham approach to investing in predictable and easily understood businesses.
I am a value investor focused on situations where margin of safety is high including sum-of-the-parts, special situations and operating businesses.
I have an undergraduate degree in mathematics, a post graduate degree in accounting and am a CFA charterholder.
I'm an independent equity researcher, writer and investor based in Amsterdam. My primary focus is on the micro-cap segment of the market. I also work for pension funds as a member of the Board and Investment Committee. Lastly, I enjoy soccer, sports in general and brewing the best coffee one can make at home.
Current student at Auburn University, majoring in finance. Emphasis on small/mid cap, oil & gas, utilities, and high yield plays. Main focus is on a dividend driven strategy with a long-term horizon.
I am currently building a portfolio of core holdings that I plan to hold long-term. Most of these names are dividend growth plays as I seek to grow my portfolio through the years by utilizing dividends.
My articles express my own opinion. I see my articles as jumping points for readers to further research. I highly encourage that anyone looking to invest does his/her own research beforehand.
Feel free to message me here on Seeking Alpha with any comments or concerns.
I am a senior in the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University. I am majoring in finance with a concentration in value investing. My interest in value investing began when I traveled to Omaha, NE with my school organization to meet Warren Buffet. Since then, I've taken classes and attended external seminars on the subject. I am also a student member of the New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA), where I frequently attend lectures and networking sessions.
As of right now, I have received and accepted a job offer in Commercial Banking at a U.S. bank. Ultimately, I hope to start my own hedge fund some day.