I am a multi-million mile frequent flyer that invests in airline, both on the upside and downside. I write or buy options depending on the situation. Visualize George Clooney in "Up in the Air" and that is me. I just don't meet women like he does. I am also a business consultant and have consulted to a number of airlines, aircraft manufacturing and airline support companies over the years. I also have worked in the aircraft manufacturing industry early in my career. I also worked in a corporate role for a pharmaceutical company for 5 years. then joined the wild world of consulting with two giant consulting firms and one independent before I started my company nearly 25 years ago. I have positions, on and off, positive and negative on almost all airlines I feel that I can predict the direction within the normal parameters of prediction. Anybody that says they know the direction for sure is a fool. That brings me to my new peeve on SA. There are so many posters that repeatedly post the same misinformation on multiple threads here. When I try to correct them on obvious errors (not opinion) they attack me for presenting the facts and call me a fanboy. When you ask why these guys do this, they will tell you that they don't have any positions in that security. I think they are all lying about their holdings, waiting as they think they are forcing the price down or are being paid by someone for their posts.
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Evaluation of the dominant assumptions and an understanding of the dynamics of the economic engine is the basis of an approach to asset allocation that provides for both a rational determination of value and an understanding of sentiment in the form of price as a measure of the irrational nature of the operational environment, an approach that is intended at once to avoid unnecessary risk while at the same time enable gradual rebalance of assets as a means to increase net worth via optimization of appreciation and long term yields. Let's call that buy low and fly high just for fun.
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For nearly the past 28 years, X has been an investor in both the market and real estate. During that time, a spectacular investment portfolio has been achieved. X is now helping others achieve their financial goals.
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Jeff Life graduated in 1990 with a B.A. in Political Science from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida. While working in the International Business Center at the University of Miami as a research assistant for Dr. Robert Gross, Jeff performed research on many projects in Business and Economics and helped to edit various books that were published by the Center. Also, he managed to organize many seminars for foreign and domestic leaders of multinational corporations. Jeff became an expert in compiling, formulating and applying data in various economic models to come up with proven and developed theories in business practices and Economics.
Jeff served as consultant for a project joint venture between USAID and Price Waterhouse in privatization of small-scale businesses in the newly developing market economies in Russia and the Newly Independent States of the former Soviet Union, and graduated with a 3.875 grade point average earning him a Master’s Degree from University of Miami in International Studies with concentration in International Business & Economics.
With his keen eye for business, Jeff provided his services as a consultant in debt resolution management for various corporations such as, IBM, Colgate Palmolive and Levi Strauss, among others. His knowledge and experience afforded him a position of finance management working as a Finance Director for various auto franchises, negotiating loan terms with financial institutions and along the way accumulating 15 years of experience of working with lending companies and the banking industry.
Jeff became a fully licensed mortgage broker in the state of Florida in 2006, and worked with a branch of the Bank of Commerce as Director of Mortgage Operations, and later as Director of Loss Mitigation for a federal housing assistance program. He has been doing loan modifications since 2008.
In January of 2009 he founded Federal Home Mortgage Assistance in order to help the South Florida community deal with the financial and economic difficulties that have been brought on by the global financial crisis, bringing resolution and relief hundreds of families.
I am a relatively new investor looking to apply my research skills learned as a journalist and fact-checker to the area of equity analysis. I am particularly interested in finding value in the small-cap field.
early (ish) days on active investment. been in property for a while.
Been a great year, FB,NOK the stand out winners. Long FB ( $27, sold too early at 46.08) ,AAPL ( $477) ,NOK ($3.77, sold too early at 6.32, bought back at 7.65!), LCC ($16.06, sold at 20something, bought again at 23.25 before the merger),
Watching LINE( I missed that one!) , ALU ( bought at 3.77), MSFT( missed that ship), HSBC ( bought at 677p, patience required...), and of course ORCL, out of ex employee interest.
took a tiny position in FNMA at 2.35 not clever I know, but sold at 2.95, too nervous to hold.
oh...added some AMD at £3.63, sold at 3.75 to buy some bbry...again!