I began investing at an early age and found myself intrigued by the financial markets. As I grew older, I became fascinated with the idea of stock picking as a way to grow my assets. When I began, I believed that "market perform" was good enough for my portfolio, but now I believe in the concept of "outperform". I search for undervalued, under researched companies that live in the small to mid cap realm that possess the potential to become large cap companies with multi-billion dollar valuations. Though I am still young, and admittedly have a lot yet to learn, I believe the returns generated through my recommendations will speak for themselves over the course of my tenure with the Seeking Alpha team.
Lares Capital, a long/short fund that specializes in small caps, option strategies, and low-liquidity equities. The fund invests in both domestic and foreign securities.
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I have retired from a 35 years career in the semiconductor industry. I now have the time to do the deep research necessary for successful investing.
I freely provide investment information for friends and family.
I am a member of MENSA, which means precisely nothing except I wake up in the middle of the night doing pointless math problems in my head:)
Ashraf Eassa is a technology specialist with The Motley Fool. He writes mostly about technology stocks, but is especially interested in anything related to chips -- the semiconductor kind, that is.
Deep due diligence to identify catalysts that move share prices, with the goal of showing how to take advantage of the subsequent overvalued/undervalued opportunities.
I am primarily interested in intellectual property and most healthcare verticals, but I try to write about anything that interests me. My work has been featured on SeekingAlpha, StockTwits, Yahoo Finance, and CNNMoney, among others.
Feel free to message me to discuss potential opportunities and/or Philly sports.