I lost money on my investments until I learned how to invest. When money is involved, people tend to be naive and foolish. The more the money, the worse people's actions/outcomes. Now a days, I am ready when opportunity knocks. Does this make me a lazy investor? What is the outcome of chasing opportunity? There will always be more opportunities if you are ready.
Education - Washington State University
BA Management & Operations
Date of Birth - September , 1970
Job Title - Attorney + Business Director
Industry - Insurance Actuarial
Investment Experience - 20+ Years
When looking for situations to invest, I primarily focus on stocks that have demonstrated consistent revenue, cash flow, book value, and earnings growth of 20% or higher; and show significant potential for continued growth due to industry trends, internal product innovation, and highly skilled/competent management.
I'm an Independent investor with a passion for equity research. I'm usually long term minded, but occasionally engage in short term trades.
My trading style focuses primarily on fundamentals, with short term technicals occasionally commanding my attention. I believe that making money in the market requires forward thinking investment objectives, patience, confidence, and a trading ethic that embraces the opportunities presented by short term downtrends.
To reach out to Forward Looking Guru for business opportunities, to share ideas, guest writing opportunities, consulting opportunities e-mail him at Forwardlookingguru@gmail.com.
I am from the UK and have only been trading from July 2014.
I am currently: long (stocks) AEMD, EKSO.
Spreadbetting: Short-term long/short indices and equities.
Long term short S&P 500.
If my name offends you, I apologise - I cannot change my name!
If my name still offends you then all I can say is:
I love my wonderful and miraculous bollocks!!!
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.