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Marina Avilkina is the person behind 'Timing Best Buy'. She is an Associate Professor and hold Ph.D. degree in Economics. She is the author of three books on finance published in. She is also business writer, academic researcher and investor.
"My forte is Finance. I am particularly focused on investigating stock trends. I utilize my financial and economic experience, as well as thorough research, to gauge the progress and outlook of individual stocks. My goal is to provide relevant information and prudent advice to investors, helping them make informed and sensible investment decisions."
I'm an MBA grad and Technology enthusiast. My expertise is in the IT and software space. I've been investing on my own account on and off for the last few years. I'm always looking to expand my investment knowledge, and I'm open to any good book recommendations!
I just joined Actinver, the biggest public Mexican-based Brokerage House, with AUM of over $18 billion.
I am currently a Portfolio Manager and will be glad to be asked anything about the Mexican or US market, as I am a passionate follower of both. If you want to diversify and invest in Mexican companies, feel free to contact me.
I started writing articles in May 2012, keep the feedback coming, I write about anything that interests me at the time, it can be academic, long & short ideas, I am now focusing on company valuations, feel free to suggest a company you would like valued.
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I've been contributing to SA since 2011, with a break to join the PRO editorial team from 2013-2015. I got my Series 7 and 63 back in 2000, and watched the dot-com bubble peak and then burst in real time at a small, tech-focused retail brokerage in NYC.