Self directed investor. I run my own investments via an online brokerage account and have been building retirement savings for many years at a brokerage house. Focused on investing carefully with an eye to total return (including return of principal) and proper asset allocation based on input from the writings of the many knowledgable writers on SA. Pimarily investing in non-taxable retirement accounts and always looking for both value (low PE/G ratio) and how to avoid or offset undue risks. That said, I am open to GARP, Dividend Growth, International, and contrarian investment approaches. Working towards a more concentrated portfolio over time to enhance returns. Some day I may write on SA.
I am engaged in trading Asian emerging market currencies and formerly the accountant for and a staff member of a local non profit business engaged in community service.
Please understand, the views I express are my own and are not intended to influence any positions other than my own and for our business. I have a degree in business management with an emphasis in economics.
Formerly enlisted in USAF Air Defense, both ballistic missile and aerospace defense, including joint service counter narcotics surveillance and deployments under imminent danger.
I was a partner in a small business, now a retired saver being punished by the central bank.
Amateur investor going about 70/30 long/short with very long potential time horizon to 2040+.
Value-investor for long term positions, which represent most of my portfolio, but I also short sell overvalued microcap companies over very short timeframes (hours to weeks).
Luke Nagell is the founder and lead portfolio manager of Gallatin River Capital. Prior to founding Gallatin, Luke was an associate portfolio manager at Weatherstone Capital Management in Denver, CO where he gained experience in portfolio management and equity research. From 2007 to 2011 he served on Weatherstone’s Investment and Risk Committee. Prior to joining Weatherstone, Luke managed the Fund Income desk at Ameriprise Financial in Minneapolis, MN. Luke earned his MBA in finance and energy from the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado, Boulder and a BS in finance from Montana State University.
Been in the Gaming industry since '88. Before that construction and Jacobson/Club Car dealer.
Did my first trade on US steel, bought the calls based on advice from my dad that the strike would end and the price would go up. That was in the '80's.
I have a good batting average as far as picking winners, but I am a terrible timer of when to get in and out.
I tend to look for mispriced stocks, growth, or dividend plays with a good chance that the stock will appreciate also.