I have come to rely on the SA forum as a source of investment ideas and feedback. I have been investing in individual stocks since the mid-80's. Everybody has their own style and comfort level with respect to risk. Mine is eclectic; I look at many more ideas than I purchase. One thing about investing in stocks--and things--you know: (ala Peter Lynch) when the market reacts negatively often the reaction is overdone. When that happens, and one is familiar with a stock, it's easy to know a bargain when you see one!
I try to carefully trade weekly & monthly stock options with expertise in mining companies & traditional manufacturers. Speak & write fluent Portuguese and speak good Spanish. Resided twice in Brazil and once on Guam Island. Employed at the same large foreign-owned Distribution Center the past 15 years & completely 100% Pro-NAFTA. Smart individual investing is the preferred solution to improving one's economic future, as opposed to vast & vague government handouts. Seeking Alpha is the #1 best financial blog because of honest opinions & superb organization.
Novice investor. Avid reader. Investing acumen increasing by Osmosis (hopefully) as result of material and comments from Seeking Alpha authors and readers. Thankful for this website and it's generally amicable and generous authors and readers.
Retired HR administrator.
Financially and politically Conservative
Thoroughly disgusted with the current chaotic economic climate, as well as the overwhelmingly self-serving and irresponsible tax-and-spend whackaloons of every political stripe with whom we are presently afflicted.
Longterm buy-and-hold DRIP stock investor.
High Quality, Dividend Growths Stocks with a minimum Yield of 3.00 %.
Rather rarely Stocks with higher growth and low Dividend Yield.
Time horizont: Longterm >20 years
Current holdings: MO, PM, NSRGY, PG, UL, KO, BUD, DEO, GIS, JNJ, XOM, CVX, RDS.A, MCD, T, VZ, VOD, GSK, QCOM, SAP, SIEG, O, SO, GE, SIEGY, GILD, MA, V
I´m 45 years young and dividends are 60 % of my monthly disposable income. The other 40% is coming from propery rentals. I have no working income and no pension. It is only sometimes possible to reinvest my dividend because usually I need them for covering living costs.
My financial situation is similar with retired people when they are very much dependend on the dividends for covering living costs.
Always encouraging shareholders to remember that they are the boss. Studied investing since I was a child. Mowed lawns as a kid to earn money to buy stocks. Business degree in finance.