I am a young up and coming professional. I work in regulatory compliance specifically pertaining to Banks and Financial Institutions. I am looking to build my knowledge of investing by actively trading and reading much of the useful information on SA. Hoping to use active investing to fund world travels one day.
I've been investing for over 5 years now. My trading strategy is 50% identifying under-the-radar, unloved stocks with great upside. 50% blue chip stocks that pay a consistent dividend. I understand that I am not the best investor, so I try to listen to some of the best investors.
Private real estate & retail investor. Mostly involved in long term investments in commercial, semi-industrial and residential properties in key eastern European regions with growth potential since 1990s. Trading intermarket spreads and non directional option strategies on NYMEX, CBOT & ICE profitably since 2008. In favour of alternative investments such as numismatics, art and other memorabilia. Diversifying in dividend paying stocks worldwide with occasional contrarian approach.
Otzar Capital Advisors is a group of former Wall Street sell-side equity research analysts, with over 10 years of experience at top banks including Barclays and Credit Suisse. Our team also includes a political consultant and analyst who served a number of senior advisory positions in Washington D.C. and abroad. Otzar primarily covers small and mid cap stocks in the Telecom, Retail and Technology sectors. We specifically look for relatively under-covered stocks and opportunities missed by the market and we like to dig and take a deeper look, well beyond what everyone sees which might include site visits and face-to-face meetings with management.
I'm a newbie investor who just got into the market not for long, mainly doing Gold ETFs, occasionally do oil as well, charts and patterns are my best pals, news and global trends are my best assistance. I'm mainly focusing on daily and weekly trend, would love to keep all my trading movement updated. Happy trading, thanks.