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Former CFO, major health care company. Now retired but continue to invest, mostly in health care, but other attractive markets are followed. can be opportunistic but mostly longer term orientation.
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A Canadian in China, living here for the last 12 years and travelling to China for the last 30 years. I own and manage a medical device manufacturing company in Shanghai. My investment interest is long term capital appreciation.
Recent retiree building a dividend growth portfolio using the Drunken Master investing technique. Holdings include: AAPL, KMI, COP, BP, T, VZ, MO, SO, O, MPW, OHI, MAIN, KO, MCD, TGH, SDRL, GSK, TGT, UL, BNS, CMI, JNJ, CSCO
I, like others, first entered the market by speculating rather than truly researching stocks. Then over time and by discovery enjoyed the insights of various skilled financial wizards and follow their lead and attempt to do due diligence on my own ideas.
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Active Participation in managing personal investments since 2009 via equities. Expansion into options in 2011 and utilizing multiple tools to analyze portfolio allocation since 2014.
Scenario, Monte Carlo, and time series analysis tools to perform option valuations.
Formula driven investing, valuation, and opportunities to generate alpha and reduce beta.
University of Missouri and Columbia Area:
In 2010 began participation in student run Angel Investment Group, currently engineering consultant.
In 2014 participated in student managed Endowment Fund, as part of a class, materials and consumer discretionary analyst.
In 2012 helped found the University of Missouri Investment Group and assisted in re-establish in 2015-2016 school year.
PhD Candidate in Nuclear Engineering as of April 2016, anticipated graduation in December 2016.
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Always think long-term! I'm young and all the wisdom from advisors and teachers are, "get it while you're still young". Hopefully I can apply this both to my life and my investing. I am no expert by any chance and earn my living in the hard sciences doing research.
Preclinical target discovery and validation at a leading biotechnology firm. Primary research interests: neurology and oncology. Investment strategy centered on companies with mid- to late-stage assets and proprietary technology platforms.