I am a CFO responsible for a global bank presence in my country I started to spend time in analyzing investments that will increase my cash flow over time in order to build my portfolio for my retirement (hopefully many years from now...). I view the REIT world as a very attractive for investments, especially the medical REITs. My background is CPA and also MBA.
I am retired as of September 30 2013. In 1986 I left my job at a computer services company -- burnt out after 14 years of 14 hour days. I spent a year taking art courses at various community colleges. Then, as personal computers began to take hold for ordinary people, I starting helping friends set up their PC's. This led to self-employment when I stopped refusing payment. Now I spend my time looking for great dividend payers that I plan to hold forever. I try to buy in 100 share lots when I can afford it, So far long DTE, MAIN, PLOW
Retired defense system engineer who spends way too many hours researching "investing for Income". Like many retired "Old-Farts", I reside in Florida but I am slightly different in that I moved to Florida 29 years before I retired.
Master in Applied Maths & Computer Science from Moscow State University. MA in Economics from New Economic School, Moscow, Russia. CFA Charterholder.
First 3 years - sell side research (first equity, then fixed income).
Next 3 years - buy side, equity & HFs (first analyst, then fund manager).
Ever since - Private Banking, all asset classes, fund selection, FoF manager, ETF strategies; some single stock mandates and M&A advisory (biotech/pharma, IT, resource juniors).
Renaissance Investment Management, HSBC, Raiffeisenbank Austria. Currently PM at Leon Multi-Family Office (Russia/Cyprus).
Former 20 year government employee, displaced and unemployed, trying to self-manage my IRA and other accounts, investing mostly in high dividend payers, MLPs and solid growth companies.
Individual investor with focus on purchasing great companies at fair prices. I love to buy and own portions of businesses which I believe have a sustainable model and margins going forward, and particularly when they look to be mis-priced. Especially interested in Energy Industry due to many years of experience in the industry, as well as REITs given their unique characteristics and transparency of business models.
Jeff Diercks, is an investapreneur and recovering CPA. He actively trades his own money and manages the assets of a select group of clients at InTrust Advisors, a Tampa, Florida based wealth management firm focused on trend following and price momentum strategies utilizing ETF securities.
Mr. Diercks is also the managing member of Stock-Signal.com, which provides its subscribers with trend following buy and sell signals on a select group of broad market indexes.
Mr. Diercks has worked with discretionary and non-discretionary investment accounts for over a fifteen years and has overseen all aspects of InTrust's and Stock-Signal's investment processes. Additionally, he has over twenty years of experience working with wealthy individuals and families in both business and financial consulting roles.