PRIMARY OBJECTIVE: ... Income Replacement!
Escape velocity is the speed that an object needs to be traveling to break free of the planet's gravitational pull and leave it without further propulsion.
This portfolio is looking for the point where the income being generated can allow the holder of this portfolio to escape the gravitational pull of the market and economic forces of worrying about share prices.
The objective is to generate enough income from assets that the only selling of shares will become an option, not a necessity to survive. Therefore, with enough income being generated, it minimizes the fear of meaningful market corrections as dividends are based on the number of shares owned, not the share price.
The author has worked in the transportation profession for over six years of which the previous two have been strictly focused on goods movement and freight. A Focus on Freight, by James Sands includes extensive research and analysis of publicly traded freight companies in the U.S. This includes direct comparative peer review among multiple freight industries, volume and trade value trends affecting domestic and international freight flows, as well as assessments of freight assets and operations relative to these trends.
The author has successfully managed a self-developed equity-based portfolio of U.S. public companies prior to the development of A Focus on Freight, by James Sands. This included an average return of 13% per year over the previous three years for the portfolio, as well as numerous detailed articles covering multiple sectors and industries. Nearly four out of every ten articles achieved "Must Read" status. The management of this portfolio has been supplanted by the development of A Focus on Freight, by James Sands.
A Focus on Freight, by James Sands will provide investors with access to exclusive research and data analysis stemming from the tools generated to evaluate public freight companies, with the ultimate goal of defining investment options and recommendations for a wide variety of investors. All subscribers of Seeking Alpha are encouraged to review the Marketplace offering by James Sands for additional information. Feel free to contact the author with any inquiries through the Seeking Alpha message platform.
DISCLAIMER: It should be noted that while the author is providing stock analysis and recommendations based on this analysis, any information disseminated by articles, stock talks, messages, or public chats represent the opinions of the author. The author is not an investment professional, and as such, all readers and subscribers should perform their independent due diligence and/or consult with an investment professional prior to making investment decisions.
Husband, father of three, grandfather of three and long time investor. Bought my first stock at 16 years old, it was called Unishops and it went bankrupt. I kept on investing and now have a decent size portfolio. Best investing book I ever read was "The Future for Investors" by Jeremy Siegel. I believe in companies that pay dividends, have strong cash flow and have some type of moat.