Retired Industrialist/Bank Managing Director with significant experience in the Automotive, Building Materials and Financial sectors in Euope, the Americas, Asia and Africa. Was fortunate to have worked in small businesses as well as large international groups. Consider mysel a Value Investor andI use my skills and experience to look for companies facing diificulties but having great potential for upside value.
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I am writing financial articles for the two three years and offers good advice on investing ideas. Currently I am writing for a variety of sites including online trading sites and general market information sites.I studied economics in college and has a real fascination with money, the markets, and how the economy works.
MSc Project Management Graduate 2012, PRINCE2 Practitioner, APMP, Winner of APM Scottish Project Challenge 2012, Recipient of Technology Strategy Board start-up Grant 2013. Risk Management Product of the year 2013 with Datatecnics. Risk Management Innovation of the year 2015 with Datatecnics (beating Google!) Specialisms: Projects - especially how they relate to strategy; start-up phase; business case design; Supply Chains Direct message me here or on: LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ABHussain New Twitter account: @AbuB_Hussain
Have been ranked in or near the top 50 of more than 5000 bloggers and close to the top 100 of nearly 9000 all experts by TipRanks.com . https://www.tipranks.com/bloggers/crunching-numbers?period=quarterly
Focus is mostly on Sirius XM Holdings and income investing,
30 years (through 2000) experience working for basic manufacturing and high tech industries in both the US and Europe. Company sizes ranged from start-ups to Fortune top 10. Experience as manager and/or grunt in fields of financial analysis, revenue forecasting, business planning, budgeting, pricing analysis, compensation planning, contracts, marketing, product management. Have been investing in stocks more than 40 years, options for 30 years and on and off in real estate for 25 years. BS in engineering from Boston U, MBA from Rutgers.
I have a Master of Public Affairs degree (Political Economics with a Major in Management) from the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD). I love to write but am more logical and mathematical in my thinking. It brings to mind something that my 6th grade teacher posted on the wall by my desk - a cartoon that read "I can't spell IN-JUN-EAR, but I R one". I also have a Bachelor of Science degree (Fashion Merchandising) from Texas Tech University, with an extensive retail management background, including District Auditor, Store Manager, Area Sales Manager, and Ralph Lauren Specialist. I love technical stocks and spent several years with Texas Instruments as an Inspector in the semiconductor design area in Dallas, Texas. My favorite stock right now is Sirius XM (SIRI).
Two of my favorite sayings come from my parents: From my MOM: The stock market is not for sissy's! And from my DAD: You can never EVER know for sure when to sell a stock. So always sell half. If it drops, buy that half back - if you want to. And if it goes up - sell that other half or keep it. In hindsight he was always right.
I started writing for Seeking Alpha in early 2012. With an interest in both fundamental and technical analysis, and a strong belief that both should be used when investing, I try to incorporate both in the bulk of my articles.
My goal is to bring a fresh viewpoint to the table on the equities I cover. I'm always "learning." Never stop! I encourage readers to do the same! I believe you can learn a lot from the 30 year veterans, but even the veterans must keep an open mind to the new guy. Each remains closed minded at their own peril.
I only look at stocks that have the possibility to double over a twelve month period and stocks in which the risk/reward ratio payout is high. In addition I focus on swing trade opportunities.
I focus more on valuations and risk/reward metrics as opposed to what make companies tick.
I have been a professional investor for over 20 years and during the past several years an economics analyst and financial writer for capital.gr, the biggest economic news portal in Greece.
I have managed money from time to time and have also done some seed venture capital projects in the past.