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Age: 22 Home Residence: Mount Holly, North Carolina Investing Philosophy: Extreme Distress Earnings Plays During Multi-Year Market Bottoms; I could care less about stocks that are 10%, 20%, or even 50% undervalued. I will wait an entire decade for the oppurtunity to buy 10, 20, and even 50... More
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  • 04/08/2012 It's Been Awhile Since I Last Wrote, But We're Getting Closer To The Big Opportunity

    Patience, man this has been hard to stay out the market for so so long. I love to look at companies and make investments, but can't because of the phony situation we find ourselves in right now. ZIRP and money printing at the FED have not only distorted markets and valuation models, but also perpetuated bad government spending problems as well as perpetuate malninvestments in the economy. Not buying into to government-backed economies will provide spectacular results in the future, but of course we just don't known exactly when that will be. However, that is why PATIENCE is of the upmost importance. As always, remember Rule #1: Never Lose Money...

    Apr 08 9:50 PM | Link | 2 Comments
  • Going Back To Basics
    If I get any free time in the near future, and want to look at investment related material, I'm going to hit up the Value Line Small & Midcap Survey. There is much more oppurtunity for mispricing in these smaller issues that have little Wall Street following because of thier illiquidity.
    Jan 31 12:12 AM | Link | Comment!
  • John Mauldin tell is like it is...
    John Mauldin clearly understands that pain must be had either in the short-term or long-term for extremely indebted nations... Mauldin does a great job of pulling from Reinhart and Rogoff and extrapolating the necessary consequences of past actions. "Endgame" is one of my favorite books, up there with "The Intelligent Investor", because it enables value investors to understand that extreme predicament we find ourselves in, how rare the event truly is for developed nations, and how to stay protected during a time of global develeraging at all levels. I can't wait for the next major "1982" moment to occur following the current debt cycle, where value investing principles and stock-picking will once again make a major difference, unlike the current times. I closely follow the comments and teachings of John Mauldin, David Rosenberg, and Jim Rogers. I will keep up to date on the macroeconomic environment in the coming weeks and months... 
    Jan 08 11:40 PM | Link | Comment!
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